Saturday, January 8, 2011
four visions of city life in 2040 - planned-opolis
Welcome to the Prison Planet: The Debate is Over
January 7, 2011
This is a real video found on “the Forum for the Future” website. There are three other “possibilities” also featured, all promoting “low carbon” lifestyles.
Some of the largest corporations on earth have signed on as partners of the “Forum for the Future.” What might first appear as just another special interest lobbyist group, pushing a corporate agenda masquerading as a humanitarian cause, is actually the coup de grace, the globalist “end game” laid out for all to see.
The seemingly innocuous cartoon with its disarming music, features the future of the human race, confined in cities built by central planning, food rationing, the end of intercity travel, allocated slots on public transportation, allocated jobs, allocated housing, and just about every other aspect of corporate fascism, communism, socialism, Orwellian police state society, the Brave New World, and every other tyranny real or imagined cobbled together into one nightmarish and very real goal.
While three other possibilities are also featured, none remotely as terrifying as the one above, they seem less likely considering their divergence from the very real UN Agenda 21, a program of literally moving people off their land, and having them converge inside tightly controlled cities.
The Prototype and Piecemeal Progress
Further proof that “Planned-opolis” is the design of choice is the fact that it isn’t something you have to wait for, the prototype already exists at the tip of the Malaysia Peninsula upon the island republic of Singapore. Described as “The Singapore Solution” by National Geographic, Singapore has achieved in one generation its booming metropolis with soaring towers, an efficient mass transportation system, safe streets, and relatively low unemployment through a system of draconian central planning under a single party system.
National Geographic proposes the following question: “What price prosperity and security? Are they worth living in a place that many contend is a socially engineered, nose-to-the-grindstone, workaholic rat race, where the self-perpetuating ruling party enforces draconian laws (your airport entry card informs you, in red letters, that the penalty for drug trafficking is “DEATH”), squashes press freedom, and offers a debatable level of financial transparency?”
National Geographic, and very obviously the Forum for the Future seems to argue, yes, social engineering and the suspension of your inalienable human rights are more than acceptable to ensure their idea of a well-oiled society is realized.
Take another look at the “partners” section of the Forum for the Future. What sort of planned city do you think would benefit the interests of Royal Dutch Shell, Cargill, or Bank of America? The goals of the Club of Rome and the UN’s Agenda 21 have long been denied by the mainstream media, including Reuters and Time Warner’s CNN, but something is changing.
The program for global government, the systematic dismantling of traditional human society, and the creation of a socially engineered, electronically controlled humanity is being openly sold to the public. It has been piecemeal laid into place on the back of wars, staged terrorism, the fraud that is “global warming,” financial collapse, and the coming wars and cold wars waged against rising states.
One can only imagine the implements of tyranny that will be developed during an ensuing stand-off between the West and China or war with Iran. One can only imagine how alluring any job or home will be, allocated or not, following the collapse of America’s dollar or the bursting of China’s housing bubble, or any number of collapses the ponzi-globalist system seems prone to create.
Humanity’s inalienable human rights are non-negotiable. For America, these rights are enshrined in the Bill of Rights, but were existent long before the Founding Fathers put quill to parchment and are applicable not just to Americans, but to all of humanity. No crisis, no threat, no philosophical argument can undermine, usurp or side-step these human rights. Furthermore, central planning, rationing, socialism are not solutions to any given problem, but rather stop-gaps at best. It is technology, education, innovation, and exploration that solve problems permanently.
Prehistoric man didn’t emerge from the ice age because of careful rationing, socialist policies, or central planning, they did so by inventing better spears and hunting techniques. They further weathered food shortages and overpopulation by developing agricultural technology and exploring new climbs and places to settle. That is how we will successfully weather the challenges we face today, through innovation, technological progress, education, and the exploration of new climbs and place, including space travel and colonization.
Those that would deny you this future and confine you in a “planned city” within which they control your very destiny, seek to deny you your humanity. They do so not for the benefit of mankind or the planet, but to feed their insatiable megalomania. One only needs to consider Forum for the Future sponsor, Bank of America’s “foreclosure frenzy” in which they were literally stealing homes from people who had fully paid for them, or fellow sponsor Royal Dutch Shell, one of the greatest purveyors of real environmental and humanitarian devastation in, amongst other places, Nigeria. These are businessmen, bankers, propagandists and polluters, already plaguing the world with their complete disregard for the environment or humanity. Would confining humanity to corporate sponsored “planned-cities” be offering a solution to the world’s problems, or eliminating the possibility of anyone ever solving them?
For more on the Forum for the Future and their proposed “prison cities,” visit Infowars.com.