In our show we have been talking about several issues and ideas that might not what they seem to be or made to seem to be. Since the conversation and common understanding are the key for a more mutual life in the present, here we are elaborating a topic many seem to neglect to accept in its entirety and potential seriousness and outcomes.
The ’15-minute cities’ and what’s wrong with them
As we have previously discussed, understanding the actual history of events is crucial in maintaining individual freedom and autonomy. Oppressors are threatened by the truth, as it exposes their actions and intentions, and can lead to resistance and rebellion. This is particularly relevant in today’s society, where psy-ops and propaganda are used to manipulate individuals and convince them to comply with the will of those in power.
One of the ways in which individuals are manipulated is through the consumption of products and services. Corporations use bought and ordered research to convince individuals that their products are necessary or beneficial, even when the evidence suggests otherwise. For example, the pharmaceutical industry has been known to conduct studies that are biased towards their products, leading to the overprescription of drugs that may be harmful or unnecessary.
Similarly, social media companies and other tech giants have been known to collect and exploit user data for their own corporate greed. This has led to a deterioration of individual privacy and autonomy, as well as a general deterioration of mental health and well-being.
These themes are reflected in works of literature such as Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury and The Gulag Archipelago by Alexander Solzhenitsyn. In Fahrenheit 451, individuals are manipulated and controlled through the burning of books and the dissemination of misinformation. Similarly, in The Gulag Archipelago, individuals are subjected to propaganda and psy-ops in order to maintain control and compliance.
In this context, it is clear that the World Economic Forum and their agenda for 15-minute cities should be viewed with skepticism. In a world where psy-ops and propaganda are used to manipulate individuals, it is important to question the motives and intentions of those in power. The fact that the World Economic Forum is an unelected organization only adds to the concern.
Given the history of deception and manipulation by politicians, leaders, and corporate entities, it is understandable that individuals may be hesitant to trust those in power. However, it is important to resist the temptation to fall into a herd mentality, where individuals are driven by fear or comfort to comply with the will of those in power.
Should we lose hope or remain vigilant and critical in our approach to those in power?
By understanding the actual history of events, recognizing and resisting psy-ops, and calling out lies and deception, we can maintain our individual freedom and autonomy. The World Economic Forum and their agenda for 15-minute cities should be viewed with skepticism, given the history of deception and manipulation by politicians, leaders, and corporate entities. It is crucial that we do not fall prey to herd mentality, but instead maintain our independent thinking and critical analysis.
Talk to each other, listen even your own thoughts – you do have more than you might tend to think. The iron-frame of several mediums around you, us meant to control, however, compliance and giving in to brutes in any shape is always the fast lane to a place where destruction and loss of life prevail.