Armstrong Economics Blog/WEF Re-P osted May 5, 2023 by Martin Armstrong
“Make no mistake, it’s not about your convenience, and it’s not about saving the planet. It will be a complete impoverishment and enslavement of all the people,” German MEP Christine Anderson said regarding the push for 15-minute cities. She’s right. The 15-minute city is marketed as a futuristic town where everyone will live within 15 minutes of essential services. They are marketing these cities as affordable, convenient, and virtuous as they combat climate change. The truth of the matter is that these cities are reminiscent of the Jewish ghettos during World War II or the Japanese internment camps in the US. They are designed to contain and control the people.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) claims that Paris will soon become a 15-minute city, and Milan and Melbourne are also running pilots to test this design. Every street will have a bike lane as it will be easier to reduce our access to cars. Reducing our access to personal vehicles will reduce our ability to travel outside of our 15-minute enclosures. Everyone will work within a 15-minute radius, their children will go to school within this 15-minute radius, and there will be no “need” to leave. The problem here is that they have the power to prevent people from leaving.
As Anderson said, governments can easily implement climate emergency lockdowns. “The looming existential threat of climate change and worsening income inequality require us to urgently rethink our existing cities, and rapid urbanization makes it imperative that we create a new and better city-building template for cities to house future city dwellers,” the website for the enclosures states.
Since governments have made homeownership completely unaffordable to many, they are marketing “accessory dwelling units” (ADUs) under 1,000 sq ft as a viable alternative to housing. They claim this will solve homelessness as well since we will all be completely equal. YOU WILL OWN NOTHING AND BE HAPPY.
The government will choose where we live and how we live. The globalists want us to rely solely on government, a government that they hope will be a united one-world unit. The majority will be the “have-nots.” The few elites at the top will prosper on their puppets in their doll house towns who they can play with like Sim characters. My computer model has been stating that the globalists will fail, but it will take a revolution.