A Smart City is an urban environment with omnipresent surveillance and data harvesting technologies that will monitor and record even the most intimate, personal details of everyone.
The goal is to know everything about everybody: what you eat and drink, where you go, what you buy, who you meet, what you think, how you feel, your opinions, your habits, your health and vaccination status, and so on. Every. Little. Detail. The justification for this all-encompassing surveillance is that it is supposedly essential to “save the planet” from climate change. They also guarantee it will make your life more connected, safer and healthier.
Every aspect of life in a Smart City will be monitored by a wide variety of data harvesting technologies: SMART Lights, SMART Poles, SMART Cars, SMART Neighborhoods, SMART Homes, SMART Appliances, SMART Energy, SMART Transportation and many other SMART technologies. Together they will form an omnipresent surveillance grid, continually collecting all information about every little detail of the life of the people.
A Smart City limits your movement
In order to make sure that everyone remains within the perimeter of data harvesting, movement in Smart Cities will be limited to 15 – 20 minutes from home. This concept has coined the phrase “15 Minute Cities” and is being promoted as the best idea ever for saving the planet from climate change. Everything you need will be made available within a short distance, so no one ever needs to go beyond that perimeter. For longer distances, a permit will be required.
On top of this, 30% of all wilderness areas will be closed off as an encouragement for people to seek their happiness inside the Smart Cities instead of venturing into the majestic outdoors. Virtual realities are being created as an alternative to spending time in nature. Examples are the MetaVerse and all its alternatives. Again, a “wonderful idea to save the planet”: lock the world population up inside Smart Cities, where they “enjoy life” in a virtual realm.
There is zero privacy in a Smart City
The World Economic Forum wrote an article on Forbes.com that describes the experience of a citizen inside a Smart City, who praises it as heaven on earth: “How come we never thought of this before?” One of the characteristics will be that no one will own anything. Everything will be shared: homes, cars, tools, cars, even clothes. At the end of the post, the citizen expresses one concern about life in a Smart City:
“Once in a while I get annoyed about the fact that I have no real privacy. Nowhere I can go and not be registered. I know that somewhere, everything I do, think and dream of is recorded. I just hope that nobody will use it against me. All in all, it is a good life.”
The central nervous system of Smart Cities will be 5G. According to former Chilean president Sebastián Piñera, 5G is not only able to read our thoughts, but can also insert thoughts and emotions into everyone. He stated that it will become the central nervous system of society, and he guaranteed that they will make sure it reaches every home in the country. Interestingly, all streetlights in Smart Cities are also concealed 5G antennas.
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