"Gödel's first incompleteness theorem, perhaps the single most celebrated result in mathematical logic, states that:

For any consistent formal, recursively enumerable theory that proves basic arithmetical truths, an arithmetical statement that is true, but not provable in the theory, can be constructed.1 That is, any effectively generated theory capable of expressing elementary arithmetic cannot be both consistent and complete. "

you see godel referes to true statement but Godel cant tell us what makes a maths statement true

peter smith the Cambridge expert on Godel admitts Gödel didn't rely on the notion of truth

now because Gödel didn't rely on the notion of truth he cant tell us whatmakes a maths statements true thus his theorem is meaningless

it is like me saying there are gibbly statements which cant be proven but not being able to tell you what gibbly statements are, then you all would say my theorem is meaningless