ECOSOC and INGSOC What’s the Difference?

As anyone who read the book or has seen the movie knows, “INGSOC” is newspeak for English Socialism or the English Socialist Party, and was the fictional political party of the totalitarian government of “Oceania” (a regional name) in George Orwell’s Dystopian novel, “Nineteen Eighty-Four”.

INGSOC demands the complete submission – mental, moral and physical – of the people. INGSOC is a masterfully complex system of psychological control that compels confession to imagined crimes and the forgetting of rebellious thought in order to love Big Brother and the Party over oneself. The purpose of INGSOC is total political control and power over the people.

A UN organization known as ECOSOC, which stands for UN’s “Economic and Social Council”, is practically the same in principle.


ECOSOC is tasked with implementing the UN’s Agenda 2030.

As anyone who is awake and aware knows, Agenda 2030 is the UN’s plan to number, regulate, tax, and ultimately control every person, every animal, every thing, literally every blade of grass on the planet, all in the name of “sustainability”. And this NGO called the UN, which technically has no say over what our government does, but whose agenda is quite evident in every aspect of US government and education, plans to punish those who do not comply.

Regarding this article by Nathalie Risse, Ph.D. entitled “Thematic Expert for 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (Canada)” of 22 May 2018, one only needs to read a few sentences before he or she can realize the amount of bureaucracy that has been created around this agenda, and how many thousands of web pages, documents, meetings and bureaucrats are involved, and to understand that Agenda 2030 is no longer a “theory”. If it is indeed a conspiracy, the UN doesn’t seem to mind who knows.