It’s called SMART CITY because…..

…if they called it a “Concentration Camp”,
you might not want to live there.
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6 Responses to “It’s called SMART CITY because…..”

  1. sovereigntea says:

    The dystopia will be implemented by networks of fanatics a cult “educated” by people such as Professor Tim Lenton, GSI Director.


    Tim Lenton is Professor of Climate Change and Earth System Science at the University of Exeter and Director of the Global Systems Institute. He has over 20 years of research experience in studying the Earth as a system, and developing and using models to understand its behaviour.

    He is particularly interested in how life has reshaped the planet in the past, and what lessons we can draw from this as we proceed to reshape the planet now. These topics are covered in his books ‘Earth System Science: A Very Short Introduction’ (OUP, 2016) and (with Andrew Watson) ’Revolutions that made the Earth’ (OUP, 2011).

    Tim leads the University of Exeter’s Climate Change MOOC (Massive Open Online Course), which has attracted over 60,000 learners worldwide since its launch in 2014.
    Research interests

    Tim is particularly interested in how data science and artificial intelligence can be used to help create a more sustainable future for 9-11 billion people on this finite planet. He recently introduced the possibility of ‘Gaia 2.0’ – humans adding some self-aware feedback to the Earth’s self-regulation. Sensor technology and machine learning will be crucial if we are to achieve that.

  2. sovereigntea says:

    Our enemy Professor Tim Lenton, GSI Director big chief of Execter University Global Systems Institute would very much like to see you monitored 24/7/365 with AI systems and eating worms & bugs on to please the Rockerfellers ,Bezos & Bloomberg.

    Tim Lenton is very much a designer of the global gulag they desire.

    Critical Transition 5.
    Diversifying Sources of Protein
    Rapid development of diversified sources of protein would complement the global transition to healthy diets, with
    all its advantages. Over the next decade, three categories of alternative proteins can be scaled up: plant-based
    meat substitutes, proteins from insects, algae and worms, and proteins grown in the laboratory or “clean meat”.
    These could compete with traditionally raised beef and other animals on price, offering consumers competitive
    alternatives to meat and dairy that will often be better for human and planetary health. Their development could
    also reduce demand for crops to feed to animals, cut land and water use and reduce methane and
    carbon emissions.

    Ten Critical Transitions to Transform Food and Land Use
    Growing Better: Ten Critical Transitions to Transform Food and Land Use
    The Global Consultation Report of the Food and Land Use Coalition September 2019

    For people, nature and climate

    There is a remarkable opportunity to transform food and land use systems, but as the challenges are growing, we need to act with great urgency. The global report from the Food and Land Use Coalition (FOLU) proposes a reform agenda – centred around ten critical transitions – of real actionable solutions. These could deliver the needed change to boost progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Paris Agreement, help mitigate the negative effects of climate change, safeguard biodiversity, ensure more healthy diets for all, drastically improve food security and create more inclusive rural economies.
    Full report
    Executive summary
    Summary report
    Technical annex

    Critical transition 1: Promoting healthy diets
    Critical transition 2: Scaling productive and regenerative agriculture
    Critical transition 3: Protecting and restoring nature
    Critical transition 4: Securing a healthy and productive ocean
    Critical transition 5: Diversifying protein supply
    Critical transition 6: Reducing food loss and waste
    Critical transition 7: Building local loops and linkages
    Critical transition 8: Harnessing the digital revolution
    Critical transition 9: Delivering stronger rural livelihoods
    Critical transition 10: Improving gender equality and accelerating the demographic transition

  3. Weaver says:

    This really is dystopia sovereigntea these people are obviously hand-picked to perform the agenda for the New World Order.

    • sovereigntea says:

      60000 change agents ideologically motivated to subvert society

  4. ian says:

    You can certainly appreciate the fact that we pay them, but they work for the WEF assholes, and we are never consulted. The only ones consulted are those who it won’t affect. I really enjoy funding these guy’s lifestyle. We are treated life a flock of sheep or chickens. Will they switch the 5G on along with the Christmas lights, that might be their next move. SRADS. Sudden Rotating Adult Death Syndrome.