Selling the Dream

Selling the WEF dystopian dream of 15-minute cities and owning nothing has begun. Incredibly, it's being lapped up by the brainwashed millennials.

Selling the Dream
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During the contrived COVID pandemic, some bright spark in the World Economic Forum (WEF) came up with the idea of a 15-minute city.

The premise was that all your day-to-day needs could be found within a 15-minute walk (or drive in your electric vehicle).

However, like all things related to the power-hungry elites, this idea isn't about you but about furthering their influence under the guise of climate-change policy.

Here's what the WEF website has to say:

The historical roots of the 15-minute city are connected deeply with the current moment—one we will be living with for a long time to come.

As climate change and global conflict cause shocks and stresses at faster intervals and increasing severity, the 15-minute city will become even more critical.

Unfortunately for the WEF and their acolytes, the 15-minute city concept wasn't catching on until governments shut down the world in the name of COVID.

The WEF leapt upon the contrived opportunity.

But with COVID-19 and its variants keeping everyone home (or closer to home than usual), the 15-minute city went from a “nice-to-have” to a rallying cry. Meeting all of one’s needs within a walking, biking or transit distance was suddenly a matter of life and death. The pandemic created an urgency around equitable urbanism that sidelined arguments about bike lanes and other “amenities” that have roiled communities for years.

Now, the process of selling their dream (and your nightmare) is underway.

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