(Article by Alan Barton republished from AllNewsPipeline.com)
We could go into a huge discussion of the development of those villages into cities and into the causes and reasons of urbanization, but that is beyond this columns reach for now. Let’s just say that the move from rural to urban centers of population is way past the breakeven point with urbanization having far surpassed the rural and even the suburban home numbers are falling as those homes are being destroyed to make way for yet larger massive high density housing and associated infrastructure. Historically the way out of this has been war and natural disaster including pestilence and famine, which seem to go together all too often. Ostensibly the reason that the WEF has been pushing the 15 minute city idea is to bring us back to those smaller self sufficient groupings of families, or the so-called “it takes a village” concept. On the simplest surface level that might seem to be a good option; go back to what works best. But things are not what they seem.
On the World Economic Forum’s website, a simple search indicates there are about 6,380 pages referencing Smart Cities and about 1,330 results on a 15 Minute Cities search. Those two concepts are not mutually exclusive, but rather are joined at the hip in many various ways. Much can be learned by perusing those articles, but we will not do so other than a few references here and there as there is so much glorious propaganda and double speak that makes them look like the end all for human existence from here on out. One such example is a white paper titled Governing Smart Cities: Policy Benchmarks for Ethical and Responsible Smart City Development published in July 2021 where they open up and give the reasons behind them; “The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the importance of resilience in societies across the world. The crisis has seen cities, in developed and developing nations alike, reaching for data and tools to get real-time intelligence and make targeted interventions to save lives. Digital tools are a step towards realizing the “smart city” that technologists have been anticipating for years.”
Please note this phrase from that white paper; “data and tools to get real-time intelligence and make targeted interventions”. That is the real purpose of Smart Cities, to deprive you of any privacy and monitor your every move, thought and actions. To accommodate all of that data they have instituted 5G wireless communications to facilitate its disbursement to the authorities that claim to require it for enactment of whatever ideas are in their evil little minds. Smart Homes, Smart Cars, Smart Phones, completely integrated with all of your medical, financial, educational, family and friends associations; who you speak with, what you say, where you go, how you eat, how you use the restroom (ever heard of Smart Toilets?), how and what you peruse on the internet, what movies you watch, what music you listen to, what political policies you like or dislike and how you vote, and so much more including what you may be doing to avoid detection. Digital monies, cellphone tracking systems, the ability to turn the phones camera and mic on at any time remotely is already a common practice and they can detect where you are and who you are with using those devices. Not to mention for those that use “burner” phones to try to avoid such spying, they also have voice and facial recognition as well as spy balloons hovering over the US as well as spy aircraft both civil and government circling over many parts of the US where they think persons of interest may be. Watch some MonkeyWerx videos if you do not believe this fact.
So just what do Smart Cities have to do with 15 Minute Cities you might rightfully ask? Great question; please allow me to give some mumbled answer if I may. How, you may ask, can they better control where and with whom do you associate? How can they make it easier to keep track of so many billions of people worldwide and not plug up the data links with so many items, and to better control what they allow you to do based on the decisions that the AI computers that go over such vast quantities of data? Another great question that deserves some discussion; but first just what are those 15 minute cities we are referring to.
Most media outlets decry any malevolence or conspiracy concerning the subject; “the hottest conspiracy theory of 2023 comes from an unlikely corner: town planning. This relates to the idea of “the 15-minute city” and has even gone so far as to be mentioned in UK parliament by an MP who called the idea “an international socialist concept” that will “cost us our personal freedom” and the “15-minute city itself is a simple idea. If you live in one, it means that everything you need to go about your daily life—school, doctors, shops, and so on—is located no more than a 15-minute walk from your house.” Sounds all well and good, but that is not the truth but is what the WEF and other secret societies push as their propaganda to get you to happily subsist in one. Are there presently any 15 minute cities around? Well – sort of is an accurate answer, but they are really trying hard to become so. Many cities claim they are converting into them, and so it may be best to show an example so let’s look at one to better understand how it actually works.
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