Fact: 15 minute cities are permanent climate lockdowns
In an earlier Nation First article, we covered in detail the World Economic Forum’s complete takeover of Great Britain’s political leadership.
And it hasn’t taken long for results to become apparent.
The United Kingdom (UK), a first-world nation once associated with world finance and prosperity, is now facing double-digit inflation and an ever-worsening resource crisis.
Market shelves are sitting empty, a record number of people facing hunger, and the country is expected to perform the worst of any G7 economy.
And while the British people are suffering great hardship, their so-called leaders are busy drawing plans to implement their version of Communist China’s social credit system.
This is Klaus Schwab’s UK for you, where pretty soon the average citizen will come to “own nothing” and “be happy.”
In the latest development, as per Klaus’ orders, many local governments in the UK have publicised their plans to divide their cities into several separately administered districts.
They claim the plan will help meet the government’s ‘sustainability’ goals by reducing the need for commuters to travel long distances for their daily life needs, such as shopping, education, work, etc.
On the surface this sounds great, giving convenience by making cities more walkable and reducing monthly fuel expenses.
However, delving deeper, there are some details the UK politicians are purposely downplaying or neglecting to share: These 15-minute cities are actually permanent climate lockdowns.
And here’s where the fake news legacy media also fails.
They try to tell us that any claim that 15-minute cities are lockdowns is a ‘conspiracy theory’.
Well, we know from the pandemic how well conspiracy theorists are going in the ‘proven right’ stakes… and it’s a lot better than the legacy media.
What neither the politicians nor the legacy media tell us is that these ‘15-minute cities’ will also include measures to drastically curtail freedom of movement between districts.
This would include many roads blocked off, setting quotas on how many times you are allowed to cross from your district, induction of new traffic rules to where and when you can take your car, and of course, even greater surveillance so that Big Brother can keep better tabs on you at all times.
And, of course, there will be fines for those that stray beyond their 15 minute lockdown.
They may try to hide the fact they are fines by claiming they are tolls or levies but, as the old adage goes, if it looks like a duck, swims like a duck and quacks like a duck then it probably is a duck!
For non-egalitarian Britain, this 15-minute city design will further reduce social mobility as people of different social strata remain largely confined to their respective districts and small businesses lose trade.
One must remember that this is all part of a wider plan to exert control over people and curb their resistance to World Economic Forum’s designs.
Many British people aren’t obviously a big fan of this blatant attack on their freedom reminiscent of the ‘Hunger Games’ and have taken to the street in protest.
One such protester was quoted by OxStu as saying:
We’re here to come together to say no to 15-minute cities, we’re here because we’re incredibly worried about the attack on our rights, the freedom of movement, and everything that comes from freedom of movement… Most people you speak to here are going to be all for a return to local economies. But this isn’t going to achieve that, it’s going to restrict people’s rights.
This permanent climate lockdown agenda isn’t confined to the United Kingdom.
In Australia, the socialist Victorian government has also made known their intentions to implement similar plans in their state, albeit with the bureaucratic overlords suggesting an additional five minutes be allocated to allow us mere mortals that bit more freedom.
And given the infiltration of the World Economic Forum in to the United Nations, and the United Nations’ infiltration of local councils the world over, it perhaps won’t be long until a permanent climate lockdown proposal is coming to a city or town near you.
To conclude, it is clear that the 15-minute cities plan serves only to increase the power of centralised governments and their agendas.
We can actively push back against this authoritarian measure by:
- Joining together to voice our concerns and rejecting permanent climate lockdowns.
- Talking with local councillors and local politicians about our concerns that 15-minute cities are really permanent climate lockdowns.
- Forging stronger links between different communities of people so that we may all come together against oppressive regulations.
We, as concerned citizens, shouldn’t allow anyone to compromise our liberty this way.
Protest, resist, and make your voice heard!
George Christensen was a Member of Parliament from 2010 - 2022 who popularly represented the federal electorate of Dawson in north Queensland for the LNP, part of the Government coalition. He explores both the big philosophical questions of our time and current events from a conservative worldview. He comes from a farming family and his background is in journalism and business.
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