Smart Cities - the technologically-run, 'environmentally-friendly lifestyle of the future' Presented as a last-ditch attempt to save the Earth from carbon asphyxiation and irresponsible citizens.
See the perceived benefits, disadvantages and dangers below.
Maria Zeee interviews Senator Malcolm Roberts on the coming tyranny via Smart Cities, and what this means for Australia and the world.
Ex-Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, delivered his flowery speech on Smart Cities for Australia back in 2016. It's what he is not spelling out, and what is behind those key phrases he uses, that is concerning.
When Turnbull speaks of people being social and being at their best in social situations, he means that people will be forced out of the current urban-sprawl, and into high-density housing in crowded Smart cities, all co-existing within these designated habitats.
When he speaks of green space, he means the natural spaces that are being re-claimed by government, Aboriginal land councils, Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and by the private sector, that you will not be allowed to freely access.
The green spaces you will be able to access are the designated park spaces within your Smart City boundaries.
When he speaks of economy, he means the money they will all make off our data via the Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity, our "productivity" as a human resource, and the natural spaces that they will exploit for carbon credits.
Coincidently, Lucy Turnbull (wife of Malcolm and 2016 recipient of Germany's 'Cross of the Order of Merit', the Verdienstkreuz Am Bande, for strengthening Australia's relationship with Germany), sat on the Greater Cities Commission as Chief Commissioner from 2016- 2020, overseeing the development and release of the Greater Sydney Region Plan.
Funny, how these top jobs are populated with CEO's and links to politician's associated connections.