Published on Aug 23, 2013
These smart cities aren’t just some far off futuristic abstract twinkle in the New World Order’s eye…these are being built right now. Think privacy and freedom are limited commodities now? Try having either of those things living in a smart city control grid where everything you do is tracked, traced, chipped and monitored…there isn’t enough manmade global warming hoax propaganda and green guilt in the whole wide universe that should make any of us want to step one foot into this Orwellian nightmare!
This report covers just two examples of cities currently in developing and various stages of build all over the globe…our brave new world starts with these brave new cities.
“Super-fast fibre optics will be standard in the Cities of 2050, but it won’t just be fibre to the home…more a case of fibre to everything. All services from health, education and government to homes and utilities will be connected to the same network which will be come the nerve-center of the city.”
Masdar City – Smart City of Today
Pioneering the Future of Sustainability
A global clean energy pioneer with over a decade of experience
Masdar City (Arabic: مدينة مصدر, Madīnat Maṣdar) is a planned city project in Abu Dhabi, in the United Arab Emirates. Its core is being built by Masdar, a subsidiary of Mubadala Development Company, with the majority of seed capital provided by the Government of Abu Dhabi. Designed by the British architectural firm Foster and Partners, the city relies on solar energy and other renewable energy sources. Masdar City is being constructed 17 kilometres (11 mi) east-south-east of the city of Abu Dhabi, beside Abu Dhabi International Airport.
Masdar City hosts the headquarters of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). The city is designed to be a hub for cleantech companies. Its first tenant was the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, which has been operating in the city since it moved into its campus in September 2010.
Masdar City – a glimpse of the future in the desert
John Vidal in Masdar City Tuesday 26 April 2011 15.51 EDT
A dusty construction site on the edge of an Arabian desert is an unlikely place for a model of green living. But this is Masdar City, an $18bn (£11bn) Norman Foster-designed project where just a few hundred people are guinea pigs in the world’s most advanced laboratory for hi-tech environmental technology.
Here, residents live with driverless electric cars, shaded streets cooled by a huge wind tower and a Big Brother-style “green policeman” monitoring their energy use.
Conceived in 2006, phase one of the city is now complete after three years’ work and a spend of $1.4bn. The development, near Abu Dhabi, in the United Arab Emirates, consists of six main buildings, one street, 101 small apartments, a large electronic library, and the Masdar Institute.
The Privacyless, Freedomless Smart City of 2030 the Elite Are Engineering
Published on Jan 9, 2017
Well here’s a fat bag of crazy for you, courtesy of the elites over at Davos ahead of their 2017 meeting. Add cashless in there of course, we would have but there are only so many words that will fit into a YouTube video title.
If you look around at the way things are being manipulated on nearly every level right now, you can clearly see how society is being engineered for this future, as insane as it sounds…