Posted by Sam Fenny - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 20 February 2024

America’s First 15-Minute City Has Been Created In Tempe, Arizona – Do Residents Know What’s in Store for Them?

A Tempe, Arizona, neighborhood has been named “Culdesac” and is America’s first example of a 15-minute city, a vision of the World Economic Forum and the globalist cult, who are pitching the concept as being more environmentally friendly. Instead of seeing this development as a dystopian nightmare, Culdesac residents appear to be thrilled at their new way of life, do they have any idea what they have in store for them?

A 15-minute city is a SMART City in an urban environment with omnipresent surveillance and data harvesting technologies that will monitor and record even the most intimate, personal details of every individual inhabiting it.

The globalist goal is to collect the data of every individual and will know:

What they eat and drink,
Where they go,
What they buy,
Who they meet,
What they think and feel
Their opinions and habits
Their health and vaccination status. Etc, etc..
In other words, every little detail, and as the oft-quoted Noah Yuval Harari has said, those who own that data will know you better than you know yourself. Yet this all-encompassing surveillance has been justified as we are told that it will be essential for the future of the planet, and to save it from “climate change.”

They also guarantee it will make your life more connected, safer, and healthier and it looks like the Culdesac residents have bought the idea.

A 12 News report promoted the community as helping with sustainability which includes them giving up their own vehicles as Culdesac is the first community in the nation to be designed around car-free living, but instead of being unhappy about this, the report showed a Culdesac employee who seemed to be thrilled about the alternate transportation provided in the neighborhood du to gas vehicles being prohibited from the area.

The employee told 12 News “Residents can own one [a car] as long as it’s not parked on site. “Can you imagine living on top of your grocery store?” the employee asked the news outlet.

“What’s the appeal of living on top of a grocery store?” asked the People’s voice” who say that “of course, the development will be used to push similar Agenda 2030 nightmare neighborhoods across America.”

A more recent report by NBC News promoted the car-free community to a national audience, talking with Culdesac co-founder Ryan Johnson, who claimed, “Every generation and including 90% of Gen Z would like to pay more to live in a walkable neighborhood.”

Do they know what their “walkable neighbourhood” is really all about though? While they may be thinking that it is like a scene from a 1950s movie, with white picket fences and all, or at its worst, it would be more akin to “Nosedive” an episode of Black Mirror. However, as the creator of Black Mirror states, is “satire, on acceptance, and the images we like to portray and project to others” and he says “it is basically, the world we live in.”

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