Agenda 2030 has arrived in Tempe, Arizona: This is the 15-minute city model for the rest of America


by Leo Hohmann, Leo’s Newsletter:

Residents smile and nod their heads like zombies thinking they have reached the pinnacle of ‘sustainable’ living, having no clue what awaits them once the technology has been fully weaponized.

A neighborhood in Tempe, Arizona, has been named “Culdesac” and is striving to become America’s first full-fledged 15-minute city.

Actually, they’re calling this one a 5-minute city as you can see on their website.


For those who haven’t heard that term, 15-minute city, it coincides with a vision of the globalist World Economic Forum, which is pitching the concept as being more environmentally friendly. 

There is no personal property in this dystopian community. Everyone lives in a rented apartment. All modes of transportation are public and shared, whether it’s a bike, scooter, an electric vehicle or train. Everything is electric, digitized and connected to the internet.

Instead of seeing this development as a dystopian nightmare, Culdesac residents are excited at the prospect of living in a digital prison. They own nothing and they’re happy. At least for now.

Do they have any idea what they have signed up for? Probably not.

A 15-minute city is essentially a weaponized SMART City, utilizing smart-grid technology for nefarious purposes of surveillance and social credit scoring. The full brunt of the surveillance state won’t come into effect until we have a central bank digital currency, at which point your money has been tokenized and pre-programmed to measure your carbon footprint. If you go over your alloted footprint, your score will fall and if it falls too low your money will no longer work. It can be shut off by the “authorities.”

A 15-minute city gets outfitted with digital surveillance and data-harvesting technologies that will monitor and record even the most personal details of every individual within the city, or a pod within a city.

These cities are voluntary right now. But the plan is to herd everyone into them from the more rural areas. How will they do this? There will be many tactics, including oppressive property taxes and increasing insurance premiums, burdensome environmental regulations on how you are allowed to use your property, and countless other ways, some of which we probably haven’t even thought of yet.

By collecting this digital data the authorities will know:

  • What you eat and drink
  • Where you go during what time frames
  • What you buy, where and how much was paid
  • Who you meet up with
  • What you think and feel
  • Your opinions and habits
  • Your health details and vaccination status.

All of this data will be combined into a carbon footprint and fed back to the resident to inform them of whether they are living within the parameters of what’s considered “sustainable.”

As WEF advisor Yuval Noah Harari has said, those who own this personal data will know you better than you know yourself. And after you get used to obeying the nudges of the algorithyms, you will no longer be in possession of your free will.

Harari has mocked the idea of humans possessing free wills. We simply obey the commands of the AI-driven algorithyms incorporated into the apps on our smart phones, he says. At some point, we will start to wear this technology (watches, goggles and other ‘wearables’) and maybe even submit some day to having it under our skin.

This 24/7 surveillance society has been justified as we are told it will be essential for the future of the planet, to save it from the effects of “climate change.”

The promoters of the 15-minute city concept also promise it will make your life more connected, safer, and healthier and it looks like the Culdesac residents have swallowed those lies whole.

A report from 12 News promoted the community as helping with sustainability, which includes them giving up their vehicles. Culdesac is the first community in the nation to be designed around car-free living. There is literally no place to park a vehicle.

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