When technology is emerging, creative thoughts arise with it. This go along with exaggerations and dangerous outcomes. This manipulative force never stops just in one scheme but stepping on a ladder of control for world governance. With this evolving of power, your very own cities are subject for testing the effectiveness of the plan. Here’s the creation of 21st century cities. Aren’t you excited or have been trembling to live there?
Like the UN in its drive for the “Strong Cities” in the part one of this article, the World Economic Forum (WEF) known as the architects of The Great Reset, they too had willfully directed the COVID-19 operation as a way of promoting the idea that your cities and infrastructure are unsustainable and thus, all places must upgrade to Smart Cities (Digital cities). In June 2019, the WEF announced they were collaborating with the leadership of the G20 to lead a “new global effort to establish universal norms and guidelines for implementation of smart city technology”. Their move brought the WEF into a global organizations focused on bringing the Smart City vision to life.
The term “Smart Cities“ is so mysterious and puzzling. IHS Markit defines a smart city “as one that uses an integrated information and communications technology (ICT) system to improve efficiency, manage complexity and enhance citizens quality of life, leading to sustainable improvement in city operations.” They’re Bringing together these three: LATEST TECHNOLOGY, INTELLIGENT SOCIETY AND GOVERNING BODIES. They claim that in building sustainable environment it offers citizens a high quality of life.
LIFE IN A “SMART CITIES “
With the thought that Local governments are ‘inadequate’ to provide needed technology, The Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak launch a so called “Innovation Zones“ where tech companies can create their own cities and governments, this made the privacy loving people respond with fear and concern. While the full plan for the Innovation Zones has yet to be released, The Las Vegas Review-Journal obtained a draft copy of proposed legislation which would GRANT TECH CORPORATIONS POWERS IN THEIR OWN CREATED CITIES AND GOVERNMENTS. Life in this Smart City an “alternative form of local government” will be built around the use of innovative technologies, including:
• Blockchain• Autonomous technology• Internet of Things • Robotics • Artificial intelligence • Wireless technology• Biometrics• Renewable resources
The investigative writer DERRICK BROZE stated how Blockchains CEO Jeffrey Berns has been promoting his vision of a blockchain smart city since 2018. A city with “No government. No bank. No corporation. Just trusting in math.” The Blockchains website describes how smart devices could be connected to a blockchain. “By connecting smart devices to a blockchain – from smartphones and computers to internet-enabled cars, smart locks, advanced manufacturing machines, and security systems – we can facilitate marketplaces, payment services, or even a sharing economy for the Internet of Things. This makes possible not just peer-to-peer transactions, but even machine-to-machine payments for services, from tollbooth payments to battery storage, consumption, and trading. Best of all, because these interactions are on a blockchain, they will not rely on financial intermediaries or be subject to the security risks inherent in centralized data storage systems. There is a central command center where all “footage from crime prevention, disaster prevention, environment, and traffic surveillance cameras” is monitored to provide useful information to the citizens. Internet of Things sensors installed in houses and building are also designed to provide “real-time information to users, of how much energy has been consumed and what measures can be taken to minimize utility bill.”
Understanding the Dangers of Innovation Zones and Smart Cities by Derrick Broze.
THE DANGERS OF SMART CITIES and THE LACK OF PRIVACY PROTECTION
Derrick Broze stated that this agenda was deceiving with its attempt to use blockchain, Innovation Zones, and “smart cities” are highly for the purposes of monitoring and controlling the population within the city. Clearly, smart cities are not going away. However, what is often not mentioned is that these smart, autonomous cities also involve massive invasions of privacy, and in some cases, giving up your right to drive or own a vehicle. The plan also envisions a driverless city where residents use ride sharing services like SOCAR exclusively.
In Derrick B. article,he cited an example of an on going Smart City. The Songdo International Business District (Songdo IBD), a 1,500 acre stretch of land along the Incheon waterfront, just 20 miles southwest of Seoul, South Korea. “A place where the garbage is automatically sucked away through underground pipes, where lampposts are always watching you, and where your apartment block knows to send the elevator down to greet you when it detects the arrival of your car. Sensors in every street track traffic flow and send alerts to your phone when it’s going to snow, while you can monitor the children’s playground on TV from the comfort of your sofa.” For these groups of manipulators they are proud to offer a city where computers and sensors are built into the buildings and streets, sensors are gathering information on daily life, traffic, and energy consumption, collects 24-hour real-time data from on-site equipment such as CCTV, various sensor devices, traffic detectors, and there is no mention of privacy protections of the people. Another Smart City is in Quayside, a planned smart city that has been in the works since 2016. Located on 12 acres of waterfront property southeast of downtown Toronto, Canada, Quayside represents a joint effort by the Canadian government agency, Waterfront Toronto, and Sidewalk Labs, which is owned by Google’s parent company Alphabet. But this city has consistently faced pushback due to a failure to build-in the necessary privacy protections.
But it’ll take a sprawling 6G wireless infrastructure to build humming smart city and cozy smart home:
[T]oday’s exponential growth of advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, and automation will usher in unprecedented paradigm shifts in the wireless communication.
These circumstances lead to four major megatrends advancing toward 6G: connected machines, use of AI for the wireless communication, openness of mobile communications, and increased contribution for achieving social goals. https://joebot.substack.com/p/beyond-the-great-reset-10-official?s=r&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web&utm_source=direct
SMART CITIES A DIGITAL PRISONS AND CONTROL
Derrick Broze in his article Smart Cities: Digital Prisons of The Great Reset. Stated that in November 2020, the WEF selected 36 cities to “pioneer a new global policy roadmap for smart cities developed by the G20 Global Smart Cities Alliance”. The cities are meant to be the models for the Smart City future. These cities will be used as the testing grounds for the WEF and G20 “roadmap”. These so-called “pioneer cities” include Barcelona, Spain; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Dubai, United Arab Emirates; London, United Kingdom; Mexico City, Mexico, and San José, United States. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner also is a great example of a government leader who used his position of power to absorb the UN/WEF Agenda 2030. In May 2018, Turner established a Smart City Advisory Council to help transition Houston to the city of the future. The advisory council will set the stage for Houston to become the Smart City of the world. Under Turner’s mayorship, Houston has also partnered with with tech giant Microsoft as part of the Microsoft Innovation Alliance initiative. Turner also partnered with Verizon Inc to make Houston the site of the first 5G implementation in the United States. The connection to 5G networks is important because the technology is the backbone of the Smart City vision. In order for the AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES, DRONES, ROBOT ASSISTANTS, SMART LIGHTS and SENSORS in the street to operate, there must be no problems between devices on the Internet of Things (IoT). This means smart cities must be outfitted with 5G.
The rise of this Smart Cities can be considered A DIGITAL PRISON when everything is manipulated by a so called INTERNET OF THINGS. When even in your own home you’re under strict, tight surveillance, you’re no difference with a controlled character in a “Sim City”. You have rendered your complete privacy to “ Global Smart Cities Alliance” (GSCA) and the WEF as the power in control for smart city governance. The United Nations is not alone in leading the charge for Smart Cities for there are also non-governmental organizations (NGO’s) involved in the process. These include 100 Resilient Cities Network (100RC), developed by the Rockefeller Foundation The SDGs were part of a larger resolution known as the 2030 Agenda, or Agenda 2030.
This Sister Cities (Smart and Strong Cities) made up this “two parts article” are committed to the sustainable development goals for the 21st Century, Agenda 21 a New World Order. Are you into modern things and places? Is it your dream to live in unusual , high tech environment and to have everything automatic yet own nothing? Technology advancement is good but should never take away God’s part in your daily life. It should not replace the true Creator in your heart. Smart City creation is an invasion of humanity. A threat to the relationship of family and friends. This modernization of everything will cause you to become stranger to yourself while others are in control of it. A fully digital life in a controlled environment is losing your spirituality. A life invaded by a beastly system. Yet a lot will be in awe, hurriedly and eagerly absorbing it to live in this modern digital cities but it offers just a temporal happiness in exchange of your freedom . Pray for discernment when this time comes for you to firmly choose heavenly things rather than what this world can offer to you. A city where God is magnified is a true amazing city! Stay with it!
“Anyone who loves their life will lose it, while anyone who hates their life in this world will keep it for eternal life. Whoever serves me must follow me; and where I am, my servant also will be. My Father will honor the one who serves me.” John 12:25-26 NIV
Romans 1:20 For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse 21 Because that, when they knew God, they glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; but became vain in their imaginations, and their foolish heart was darkened. 22 Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools,
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