The ’15-Minute City’ Scam

This is a long read, but it’s important. It’s a speech given to the town council of Aurora, Ontario, by Joseph Sussman.

15-Minute City: This Statement Should Be Read At Every City Council Meeting In America

Every period of history sees some lunatic villain try to take over the world, or at least as big a piece of it as he can swallow. Some of them come to violent ends–Hitler, Pyrrhus, Attila, et al. Others succeed for a time, building empires that eventually collapse. Alexander the Great, for instance.

This dynamic of history is still active in our time. But now it’s being acted out not by warlords, but by politicians, lawyers, technocrats, and academics–globalists all.

The aim is the same as it always is: to take over. To rule the world.

Among their favorite projects is the “15-minute city.” They’re going to redesign our cities so that no one will have to travel more than 15 minutes in any direction, to do anything. It’s efficient! Scientific!

No. It’s a scheme to enslave us to a total surveillance state. To abolish our freedom of movement. To erase our rights to private property. “You will own nothing, and be happy,” pontificates Klaus Schwab, godfather of the World Economic Forum. As crazy as it sounds, he means it literally. You really will own nothing. They will own it all. They will own you.

So read the speech, and believe it. It’s every bit as sinister as you might think.

4 comments on “The ’15-Minute City’ Scam

  1. I talked to a Georgia Tech professor who teaches sometimes at the GT campus in Shenzhen, China. He said some Chinese corporations have very large buildings where their employees work, live, shop, have medical care and entertainment. The residents generally stay there all the time and they have a very high suicide rate. The professor said an American consultant told him we won’t have the suicide problem in our 15-minute cities because we’ll have small nature parks to keep people from despairing.

    1. Gee! Now why didn’t we think of that? Nothing like a little nature park to jazz up a life of unrelieved and dreary slavery!

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