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Welcome to Oxford, England. The first city in the world to limit freedom of movement for citizens in their cars, that I'm aware of. The city will be split into 6 districts, and you'll be allowed to drive into another district 100 days a year. How long before it's only 50 days?

Welcome to Oxford, England. The first city in the world to limit freedom of movement for citizens in their cars, that I’m aware of. The city will be split into 6 districts, and you’ll be allowed to drive into another district 100 days a year. How long before it’s only 50 days?

 AGENDA 2030 you can now see in real time coming into fruition: “It is about making sure you have the community centre which has all of those essential needs, the bottle of milk, pharmacy, GP, schools which you need to have a 15-minute neighbourhood.”

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Rosey
Rosey
1 month ago

UK here. Each household is give 100 visits. Not per person.

marie
marie
1 month ago
Reply to  Rosey

I hope you can move somewhere less controlling. I was looking into Alaska and Siberia but they’ll probably be all over those people too

nicorico
nicorico
1 month ago
Reply to  marie

What about these 2 south american countries: Paraguay, Uruguay. These are peaceful countries we rarely hear about in the news which is a good sign.
Alaska in regards of criminality statistics is a dangerous place.

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
1 month ago

Oxford is a bastion of the ruling class.

solarsavior
solarsavior
1 month ago

Sounds familiar. How long until they implant the clock into your arm whereby time becomes currency.

HeebSeed
HeebSeed
1 month ago

The Environmental Dictatorship is real my friends.

Rick
Rick
1 month ago

This is what the WEF proposed in their haunting video of what the world will look like in the future.

Everything will be within a 15 minute radius from your living quarters. Looks like these poor saps are their first guinea pigs. Always the small villages. Easy prey.

Hope
Hope
25 days ago

People here are talking about the “15 minute radius” area. Although many times much bigger, this reminds me of the Indian Reservations here in the US. Although most times people can come in and out as they please; they just don’t. It’s very separated. Which matches that the elite want to keep the people separated.

Last edited 25 days ago by hope