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America’s INSANE New City Of The Future

Notice no houses,only cramped apartments. This is basically Agenda 2030’s vision for the world.

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thekwon
thekwon
7 days ago

You post a lot of great stuff thank you delete.

I forwarded the 666 Cult of Saturn video to my brother I think it could plant a seed.

thekwon
thekwon
7 days ago
Reply to  thekwon

The movie “Don’t Worry My Darling” with industry slave Harry Styles has interesting things to say about towns like this story portrays. In the movie Styles and several other couples movie out to a desert city called Victory which you find out is a virtual reality city. There are some twists and turns with clear mind control themes and meta verse implications. Surprisingly well done movie and non gory.

thekwon
thekwon
7 days ago
Reply to  deletetheelite

I agree the fractured altars and vast mind control indications are so numerous it’s blatant and the programming to believe the reality is a tricky subtext.

A E
A E
6 days ago
Reply to  thekwon

Fits well with this design as those buildings resemble a Twister/Tornado Family.

hopeless
hopeless
7 days ago

I thought the expressions at 2.52 were very telling of what we are in for….

BooBoo
BooBoo
7 days ago
Reply to  hopeless

Yes, those expressions were very telling.

cajungirl
cajungirl
7 days ago

I like my home in Cajun country just fine thank you! My first thought was scifi movies. The first site they showed was in the desert and I thought, if they don’t want you to leave, how would you get out? And how will they keep it that beautiful? No poor people, no mentally ill or addiction, no homeless, no other human problems? It’s very ambitious and beautiful, but it worries me. I hope their solution to all that is the world’s best mental and social help. I have a notion that you won’t be able to go there unless you are wealthy and will fit into whatever role in which they’ve decided residents must fit. Maybe I’m overeacting, but it seems the creator dreams of perfection which is not attainable with humans.

Last edited 7 days ago by cajungirl
Vievie
Vievie
7 days ago
Reply to  cajungirl

> “if they don’t want you to leave, how would you get out?”

Yup, precisely!

little sunshine
little sunshine
7 days ago

The realities of the future do demand housing density your disgust and hatred of your neighbors don’t change this.

Good thing most of you won’t make it to the other side.

Vievie
Vievie
7 days ago

Especially with Bill Gates buying up all the land. The rest of us non-bazillionaires will get into our closet-sized cells and we’ll like it!

little sunshine
little sunshine
6 days ago
Reply to  Vievie

Should have done a better job caring for the planet then.

“ The pre-destinated will dispatch
While your realm has rotted on our watch”

Vievie
Vievie
6 days ago

Beg your pardon? I own a 5-acre farm in the woods, work from home, and don’t drive. I have my own well, fish my own river, care for multiple rescue animals, and do organic composting. Pretty sure the planet is being “uncared for” by mega poluting, resource-raping corporations a whole lot more than by lil old me. But then, you’re free to make sweeping generalizations about complete strangers if you like ~ this IS America, after all ~ home of the free-if-you’re-wealthy.

little sunshine
little sunshine
6 days ago
Reply to  Vievie

I’m talking about the Judeo-Christian-Islamic world order over the last 2k years.

Vievie
Vievie
6 days ago

Oh, gotcha. Well I wouldn’t know much about that. Wasn’t there.

Vievie
Vievie
7 days ago

Middle of the desert? The most inhospitable part of the country? How you gonna handle water? The Colorado River can’t sustain 5 million more people; Phoenix already (somewhat illegally) diverted so much more of it than they were supposed to, and it’s causing serious problems in that area.

It’s also brutally hot, and requires a ridiculous amount of energy to be hospitable for humans. I lived in Scottsdale, Arizona for 8 years, and it’s common to see temps of 110 degrees in the summer months. There are blackouts, power shortages, sandstorms, and frequent wildfire hazards. Nothing grows there but cactuses and scorpions ~ you can barely sustain a planter of pampered peonies on a balcony window, never mind a family-feeding garden. Definitely NOT where I’d envision a human utopia of the future.

Peter Paul Gaultieri
Peter Paul Gaultieri
7 days ago

Wow, this is “Straight-outta-the-Hunger-Games” sh*t here. I mean right? Maybe they’ll build 11 more across “PanAm” so we can have 12 total, we’ll call them “Districts.”

randall
randall
6 days ago

A pretty prison, but a prison nonetheless

predatorpatrol
predatorpatrol
6 days ago

Yep. Cult.

NameGoesHere
NameGoesHere
6 days ago

They look like insect colonies