Elites Plan “Smart Cities” – Plantations for All, Peasants


Saudi Arabia is planning a $500 billion renewable energy smart city without cars and roads. In other words, you will own nothing and be happy. The elites are planning Agenda 2030, getting the peasants out of their cars. Read on, especially to the end, where there are a few clips about the WEF you might want to see.

This upcoming development is called “the city of the future in NEOM.” His Royal Highness Mohammed bin Salman, the Crown Prince, has announced the designs of “The Line.” It’s a plantation of high rises without cotton fields.

There is no new technology. It’s similar to the Ghost cities of China. They didn’t work out. It’s central planning – collectivism.

This is going on in every city. Even the little village I live in is listed as a community for change on Agenda 21 and Agenda 2030. It was rural, now becoming citified, with tall buildings popping up. The left is destroying our property value with high taxes as we speak.

Derivation of NEOM

The word NEOM is derived from “NEO MSTACBEL,” whose initials MSTACBEL signify core project areas such as media, sports, technology, and energy. And then the word is abbreviated.

The letter M is the symbol of the word “meem” in Arabic, the first letter of the Arabic word for the future (mustaqbal), and also the first letter of the Prince’s name M, Prince “Mohammed” bin Salman.

The letter “M” was then merged with the word “NEO” from the Greek language, meaning new, and thus became the name of the city “NEOM” which is located on the Red Sea in northwestern Saudi Arabia, approximately Spread over an area of 26,500 square kilometers, and made up of 41 coastal islands.

Sounds phony, woke, and a bad idea.

The Prince is a modern, forward-thinking person compared to most of the Royal Family, but this looks like another World Economic Forum (WEF) scam.

Discover Neom, world-leading architects plan to revitalize urban living for a healthier and more sustainable way of life.

The biggest hint is the “vertical living” vision. We know the WEF goals are to put us all in high rises and get us off the land. With the attack on farming and single-family homes, that appears to be a well-thought-out reality.

“The designs revealed…for the city’s vertically layered communities will challenge the traditional flat, horizontal cities and create a model for nature preservation and enhanced human livability. The Line will tackle the challenges facing humanity in urban life today and will shine a light on alternative ways to live,” the Crown Prince, also Chairman of the NEOM Board of Directors, said.

It looks like another plantation with the entire populace under the elites’ control. Someone owns it and controls it. Where does freedom fit in? The plan is to include nine million people in 34 square meters because urban living works so well now???


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Future city

“The development will be free of roads, cars, and emissions. This is part of its goal to prioritize health and wellbeing over transportation and infrastructure, unlike traditional cities.

“The Line is only 200 meters wide but 170 kilometers long and 500 meters above sea level. Yet this space will eventually accommodate 9 million people and built on a footprint of only 34 square meters.

“As for mobility, residents will have access to all facilities within a five-minute walk. This is on top of high-speed rail with an end-to-end transit of 20 minutes.

Don’t worry; they promise an abundant world of nature.


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Plantations for the peasants.

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Harrison Pendleton
Harrison Pendleton
1 year ago

The democrat and liberal elitists already have their plantations and leg irons on their current populations of abducted blacks and ethnics while awaiting Joe Biden’s illegals to add to their slave-worker force. No kidding.

1 year ago

A little over 20 years ago I was working in Dubai. There were a lot of expats working there and some were planning on living there. Most of the Expats that I knew were gone in 5 years. I saw the same thing in Singapore. Singapore is a planned city. It’s a great place for a few months. I lived there for a Year. After 3 months I did pretty much everything there is to do in Singapore. Then I began taking regular trips to Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Japan, Hong Kong, and the Philippines. Planned cities where you are stacked like sardines in a high rise, are very boring, unless you have the money and ability to travel. Luckily, my business allowed me to travel and my boss was overjoyed that I would travel regionally. I’ve been to NYC once and never saw need to go back. After an hour on the ground in NYC is was apparent why New Yorkers are so rude. I’d go crazy too if I lived there. High density populations create psychotic people.