Taken as a whole, the global goals present a colorful Utopian vision of a better world for people and the planet. It is intentionally promoted as an idea everyone can get behind, and as far as I can tell, it is an idea that everyone has indeed got behind.
The System -- governments, corporations, organizations, international bodies, universities, religions, etc -- all vehemently support these honorable aspirations. This massive web of global cooperation working toward admirable goals should imply unprecedented and palpable material improvement, not just in the future but also in the present.
Put another way, all of us should be experiencing the benefits of these global development goals here and now or, at the very least, we should be able to clearly see the blossoming of all of this amazing well-being in the present.
Just for fun, let's focus on the first three goals alone: no poverty; zero hunger; good health and well-being.
No poverty: Massive inflation, decreased purchasing power, stagnating wages, currency debasement, etc.
Zero hunger: Sky-high food prices, rationing, supply concerns, supply chain disruptions, warnings of impending famines and shortages, warnings of viral infections that threaten to decimate livestock, etc.
Good health and well-being: In addition to all the problems caused by "no poverty" and "zero hunger", good health and well-being involve lockdowns, social distancing, 24/7 psychological terror operations, peck mandates featuring harmful, inefficient, unnecessary pecks, job loss for refusing to comply with mandates, etc.
The UN wants to achieve all 17 of its Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. To put that into perspective, consider what the first three goals have achieved since the 2020 global totalitarian coup alone and then extend and expand that damage and destruction to include the 14 other goals over the course of the next eight years.
It goes without saying that the blueprint for a better and more sustainable future for all is actually a blueprint for unprecedented global death and destruction.
Want to verify that? Simple. Start from your own experience. Once you've assumed that perspective, it would be worth your time to consider going beyond the material implications of this noble blueprint and consider the blueprint's ultimate spiritual aim, which is mass damnation.
Poorer, hungrier, and less healthy are all very real future possibilities. The only way to manage these possibilities and overcome them is through the implementation of Personal Spiritual Development Goals; more precisely, through the commitment to God and Creation, and the acceptance of Jesus's offer of everlasting life.