Have You Heard About 15-Minute Smart Cities? Now You Have – A Dystopian Totalitarian Future

Have You Heard About 15-Minute Smart Cities? Now You Have – A Dystopian Totalitarian Future

Have you ever heard of the dystopian future involving 15-minute cities? Cities where you don’t have to own anything and yet you will be happy. Cities where everything is really close to home, and you don’t need to own a car. Cities where you are basically imprisoned in a district with only a few times a year allowed to get out of it. Covid has opened the door to hell for civilians and if we do not take action, the future is not looking too bright. 

Check out more disturbing data below.

Someone said: “This is an important point, and it shows how disconnected people are with their councils and consultation. There’s huge money available to councils who sign up; they are chomping at the but for it. People must get involved or it will go ahead.”

Here’s more about the plan:

According to the official notes: “The Future of Urban Consumption in a 1.5C World has been co-created and co-delivered by C40, Arup and University of Leeds with funding from Arup, University of Leeds and Citi Foundation.”

C40 is a network of mayors of nearly 100 world-leading cities collaborating to deliver the urgent action needed right now to confront the climate crisis. Together, we can create a future where everyone, everywhere, can thrive.

The Elites that are in charge of the world are explaining what 15-minute cities would mean here. 

They are not talking about the totalitarian nature directly, but you can see people’s opinions about such monstrosities below:

People are protesting for their rights and freedoms.

Wait till it comes to your city, then you will decide whether you like such a life or not. 

Rada Mateescu

Passionate about freedom, truth, humanity, and subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years, and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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