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Governments are about to introduce Climate Change Lockdowns disguised as “15 Minute Cities” under the UN Agenda 2030 directive & WEF Great Reset plan

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Your Government is pushing ahead with plans to bring 15-minute cities to a location near you. They are a brainchild of the UNs Agenda 2030, and are in effect Climate Change lockdowns.

And once combined with a digital ID, a carbon credit score and a programmable central bank digital currency (CBDC) token, you’ve got the perfect recipe for creating a digital open-air prison.


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By Sikh For Truth – Editor of Truth Talk UK & Regular Contributor to The Expose

Canterbury’s council bosses have drawn up a radical plan to tackle congestion that will split the city into five zones and ban residents from driving directly between them.

During the Middle Ages, Canterbury, a cathedral city in southeast England, was a pilgrimage site. With cobbled streets and timber-framed houses, ancient Roman walls encircle its medieval centre. It has a population of 43432.

In Canterbury’s ‘Local Plan to 2045’, the council proposes splitting the city into five districts, with drivers unable to cross between districts by private car – even if they live there.

Within the document is the idea of 15-minute neighbourhoods: For example – “Community infrastructure provided as part of upcoming developments should be accessible to new and existing residents – preferably within 15 minutes walking time and always within 15 minutes.” – They say this is about ’living locally’.

Those who break the rules will face fines (possibly the same as Oxford’s £70) enforced by number-plate recognition cameras and won’t be able to make simple journeys around the city. According to Page 14 of the draft Canterbury District Local Plan to 2045 – there will be “Implementation of an ANPR-based sectoring system and modal filters to limit cross-city trips.”

They will instead have to drive out of their ‘neighbourhood’ and onto a new bypass – essentially a much larger outer ring road – before re-entering their chosen zone. Short, direct journeys across the city – like to supermarkets, retail parks or GP surgeries – will be banned to encourage residents to walk, cycle or use public transportation.

Designed after a system used in the Belgian city of Ghent, the proposal is part of the council’s revised draft Local Plan. In the five zones, major roads will be closed, forcing drivers to ditch their cars or use the bypass. ANPR cameras will be at the entry and exit points of each zone so drivers can’t move between neighbourhoods.

Ben Fitter-Harding Conservative leader of Canterbury City Council, an advocate for sustainable development who has worked on the Canterbury Circulation Plan for two years, is confident the major road network transformation will turn out well. He said:

“For residents within the five zones, they can access the facilities within their neighbourhood by car if they need to. But if you want to travel to a different neighbourhood, the most convenient way to do that will be by walking, cycling or using public transport.”

“It would likely be a frictionless system, so there would be cameras.”

“We will fine people who decide ‘I’m planning to drive across the city, I don’t care’.

“If you drive between neighbourhoods you will receive a fine.”

He continued: “The amenities and services that you would need are all in your neighbourhood. You wouldn’t have all the rat running, so it’d be fantastic if we could achieve it.”

He also said: “In 20 years’ time, you’re likely going to have your groceries delivered or you’re planning to go to a different supermarket or a new local shop in your own neighbourhood.”

However, Lib Dem councillor Nick Eden-Green says the scheme raises some “serious questions”. “When I visit friends I don’t consider which zone they are living in. It’s “frankly ridiculous – you’re creating ghettos where people are locked in and can’t travel elsewhere.”

It gets even more difficult for outsiders too: Visitors from other Kent districts and boroughs, or tourists, can’t park within the city walls. As a result, most parking lots will be made redundant. Tourists and visitors can park in one of four zones around the city centre. From each zone, visitors will be able to ride the park and ride into the city.

What is a ‘15-minute city’?

This is all being done outside of the normal democratic process, for instance in Oxford where similar plans are afoot. Traffic filters will divide the city into “15-minute” neighbourhoods. Duncan Enright, Oxfordshire County Council’s cabinet member for travel and development strategy, said the filters would turn Oxford into “a 15-minute city” with local services within a small walking radius.

Mr Enright said: “It is about making sure you have the community centre which has all of those essential needs, the bottle of milk, pharmacy, GP, schools which you need to have a 15-minute neighbourhood.”

He insisted the controversial plans would move ahead whether people liked it or not. And it’s the same story in London. TfL consulted thousands of people who overwhelmingly said no to the ULEZ expansion. 60% of respondents opposed the expansion, but it’s going forward anyway.

Nigel Farage has called out the Canterbury plans, claiming “climate change lockdowns are coming.”

While Ben Fitter-Harding blasted the social media chatter and told people not to “spread misinformation.”

This is also part of the UN Sustainable Development Goals for cities and human settlements. As part of the 2030 Agenda, Sustainable Development Goal 11, “Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable”.

Agenda 2030 is being pushed by local leaders.

n London, surveillance technology is expanding to control our car trips. London’s ULEZ zones will be expanded to cover most, if not all, of the city. This means you will have to pay £12.50 a day for the privilege of getting into your car, no matter how short or long the trip is. There will be a 200 million pound ANPR camera network to fine drivers when they do.

The plans for Canterbury seem to be derived from a plan which was proposed in 2020 labelled “The 15 minute city” and is part of the overall Net Zero 2030 agenda.

Under the plan described by Councillor Val Kenny: “The covid-19 crisis has torn a hole in city budgets decimating urban economies” and thus to build back better they recommended: That “all residents will live in 15 minute cities.”

The decentralisation of services has become known as the 15-minute city. This is where you can do your job, get to school, see your doctor and be entertained all within a 15-minute radius of where you live. Promoting active travel and reducing car use are key to achieving the 15-minute vision.

Also from the 2021 Canterbury Climate Action Partnership document under the section sustainable transport – it states the following: To “Encourage CCC to set up a low emissions zone(s) and tackle air quality hotspots; ensure that all council vehicles are ultra-low emission/electric by 2030;”

This plan is the same as London’s for the establishment of low-emission zones.

“As climate change and global conflict cause shocks and stresses at faster intervals and increased severity, the 15-minute city will become even more critical.” – World Economic Forum (WEF) – March 15, 2022.

The 15 minute city concept is also being pushed by our esteemed friends at the World Economic Forum: In the article: The surprising stickiness of the “15-minute city”

They explain what it means: The “15-minute city” concept—which implies having all necessary amenities within a short walk, bike ride, or public transit trip from one’s home—has demonstrated stickiness not just as an idea, but as a powerful tool for action – from Paris to Seoul, from Bogotá to Houston. It was coined in 2016 by Sorbonne professor Carlos Moreno, who won an Obel Award in 2021.”

According to Delloite: “The re-zoning model will gain further traction in the future, boosted during the COVID-19 pandemic by new ways of working that require less transport. With climate change as a major global concern, C40 in its C40 Mayors’ Agenda for a Green and Just Recovery has recommended this model for cities worldwide. This is because its pedestrianisation approach contributes to a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and supports environmental sustainability. Most notably, the ‘15-minute city’ was popularised in 2019 by Paris and is a flagship initiative in the current programme for the city.”

In many other cities around the UK and the world, this plan is being replicated. Oxford City Council is working on the same thing.

C40:

There are 97 cities in the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, which represents one twelfth of the world’s population and one quarter of the world’s economy. The C40 was created in October 2005 when London Mayor Ken Livingstone convened representatives from 18 megacities to reduce climate pollution together. With the help of former US President Bill Clinton, Mayor Livingstone and the Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI) strengthened both organizations in 2006, expanding the network to 40 cities and helping cities deliver projects and project management to reduce emissions.

It was C40 that introduced the 15-minute city concept. It’s a network of mayors from nearly 100 world-leading cities working together to tackle climate change – right now it’s headed by London Mayor Sadiq Khan.

It’s understood that the COVID-19 pandemic played a significant role in accelerating this shift to 15-minute cities and according to Lisa Chamberlain of the World Economic Forum, “the 15-minute city grew from a “nice-to-have” to a rallying cry.”

Global organizations, such as the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, took notice too. In July 2020, they published a framework for cities to “build back better”, and the 15-minute city concept was at the heart of it.

And who funds C40.org? It’s a partnership with many companies including the Open Society Foundations, founded in 1993 by George Soros. Other partners include the Wellcome Trust, the Clinton Foundation and the World Bank.

In a Twitter thread posted by Frédéric Leroy, he outlined some of the chilling aspects of these so-called C40 Cities. Based on his research, you will own zero private vehicles under the ambitious goal.

He also reports that there are some really powerful people and organizations behind the C40 initiative. Michael Bloomberg is the C40 Board president, and Sadiq Khan is the current chair. C40 is also part of the Global Commons Alliance, a public-private partnership with PlanForThePlanet, the World Economic Forum, Rockefeller Foundation, WBCSD, EAT, Club of Rome, WWF, WRI etc.

Birmingham, Ipswich, Oxford, Manchester, London, Glasgow and Edinburgh are other 15 minute cities:

“15-minute city” – straight out of Agenda 2030. Combine a digital ID with a carbon credit score and their programmable CBDC token and you’ve got the makings of a digital open air prison.

As usual, ordinary people will pay for the 15-minute city. Particularly urban car owners and families who commute across town to visit relatives or friends.

The plan seems to limit car ownership. If you combine these plans with plans to ban petrol and diesel cars by 2030, it all starts to make sense. It is part of a coercive drive to keep motorists on their toes, posing as a revival of Britain’s green and pleasant land. Homes with cars will have to count how often they use them and there will probably be more surveillance, permits, and penalties coming.

No matter what is happening, it is being done outside of democracy, by climate change companies and climate zealots. This is in the name of saving the planet from net zero destruction.

Of course in order to save the day we have to give up more and more of our privacy and liberties or be fined. The classic behavioural nudge. No, it’s not a lockdown in the normal sense, but it is more authoritarian for sure. This is where we must think about our own daily routines and make sacrifices for the supposed global good. Decarbonising the west may be a way of deindustrialising the west.

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Demeter
Demeter
1 month ago

Apologies for not reading the article first but already know this.

It’s not just Oxford but Canterbury too, a place i love but don’t know why.. Which is probably mentioned in the article but these ridiculous farts will keep pushing their agenda, they can’t help themselves.

Really think the best thing is to know them as the pathetic, disgusting, evil things they are.

And just say no!

Icu8itall
Icu8itall
Reply to  Demeter
1 month ago

Interesting comment. Well said Demeter. I’m so frustrated at this crap that im sincerely having the hardest time NOT JUST TYPING SWEAR WORDS AND NASTY NAMES on this topic. Everybody that I ever knew took that damn JAB. Yes some are already gone others you can say are dead too and they just don’t know it yet. Arrogant little cult members. I’m so perturbed that I couldn’t finish this article. I’ve known that this lockdown was coming for 3 years now and I am no further prepared today then I was 3 years ago. I’m 28 miles North of Chicago, south of Wisconsin border and closest only to Lake Michigan in my backyard, Literally. Little Kazaria (HIGHLAND PARK IL) is the next town south of me in Lake Forest Il. That being said any ideas where to HUNKER DOWN thru this lockdown crap where a man can still be a man. Looking @Missouri and Maine here myself and hoping you or somebody, anybody, might have better idea/s. Peace

Demeter
Demeter
Reply to  Icu8itall
1 month ago

Blessings me darling, know i’d love to have you as a friend.

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Suzanne
Suzanne
Reply to  Icu8itall
1 month ago

I was feeling the same way. Hardly used to swear but doing it more often now. The problem with their plan is that people may not like the shop, doctor, school in their zone, so what happens with that. They have to walk for miles or go around in circles to get there or pay fines. What happens when lots of elderly can’t or don’t want to ride bikes and aren’t fit enough to walk. If you aren’t well you can’t go running and catching a bus. You can’t go carrying a sick child to your main doctor or hospital. Obviously if this really gets going, people will not see the outside of their zone. No travel to the countryside, no seaside, no surprise jaunts anywhere. It will get the only way you see countryside or another country will be through one of these headsets. Which is the WEF ultimate aim I think.

GundelP
GundelP
Reply to  Suzanne
1 month ago

It is just temporary, they don’t wish to keep us alive. The projected population drop (deagel and Georgia guide stones) mean that 16 should die in every 17. But till then it would be easier to them to control us if kept as rats in cages surrounded with the killer ‘smart’ tech.

Now they are targeting our pets, too. No joy allowed to remain.

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Demeter
Demeter
Reply to  Icu8itall
1 month ago

Know it probably sounds perverse but i’m sort of happy to still be around and witness the collapse of a fake, evil system, which i’ve had some knowledge about for over 40 years.

The collapse will be horrendous but think it must happen. Also think all we can do is prepare well enough for a short period, storable food and water, battery lamps, wall lights etc, with both rechargeable and normal batteries. Plus things like beany hats, warm gloves etc, basically clothing which can be layered when needed.

Truly wish the best for you and your loved ones Icu8itall, which is one smile of a name.

Bob - Enough
Bob - Enough
Reply to  Demeter
1 month ago

People are not seeing it though. I am posting on the Daily Mail and for some reason my comments on the subject remain (???) … but I get nothing but downticks and abuse…

PS As a side issue, I still have this feeling that we are all missing something. Just needed to say that.

Demeter
Demeter
Reply to  Bob - Enough
1 month ago

Wear the downticks and abuse as a badge of honour Bob, you wouldn’t be getting them if you weren’t hovering around the truth target.

Agree, personally think we only have a partial grasp of the something/somethings.

nng
nng
Reply to  Bob - Enough
1 month ago

Jesus Christ! He is waiting for you to ask him to save you. God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son that whosoever believeth in him should not perish but have everlasting life. John 3:16. Yes it is simple, call on him

Bob - Enough
Bob - Enough
Reply to  nng
1 month ago

Already done, made my peace and I do not worry for myself. Even told the kids that I shall die standing, before I get the mark (jab).

GundelP
GundelP
Reply to  Bob - Enough
1 month ago

Full with trolls and trusted voices, bots.
Watch for example the nick ‘null’, the comments written via this nick (either an AI or more people based on its activity) are completely opposite to one to another.
Try the same comment (or very similar) in different articles and you’ll notice that while you’ll be downvoted if the article is ‘priority’ you’ll be more or less normally voted if it is not.

Bob - Enough
Bob - Enough
Reply to  GundelP
1 month ago

Thanks, have been noting some trends as you state – even time of day of the comment seems to make a difference. Oh yes, the trolls, AI and even Brigade 77 are there, but hey-ho.

Funny commenting on the adverse reactions or the plandemic in general, but they seem most sensitive about Ukraine at the moment.

I will keep an eye out for this “nick ‘null’” – thanks for the heads up.

Fleur
Fleur
Reply to  Bob - Enough
1 month ago

Well done, just keep posting maybe you will manage to reach one or two people and that is a start , that is how it works.

GundelP
GundelP
Reply to  Demeter
1 month ago

Fresh news – While Bill Gates is laughing on us and openly stated that climate change is a hoax.
Here.

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Demeter
Demeter
Reply to  GundelP
1 month ago

Old enough to remember when they tried to terrify us about a coming ice-age Gundel, which changed to global warming with the rolling out of the Club of Rome. There was an Earth Day event back in ’72 which being a teenager, i fell for.

Maurice Strong, the David Rockefeller stooge laughingly confessed to it being a psyop pretty early on.

Going to sort out the treats and meds for my little Princess, keep fighting the good fight.

Bob
Bob
Reply to  Demeter
1 month ago

Government’s we the people are coming

Roland
Roland
1 month ago

What’s to stop drivers from putting fake number plates on their cars?

Joe
Joe
Reply to  Roland
1 month ago

Ummmmm the fact the cameras everywhere will notice a car not authorized in the grid?
License plate readers that work faster than human eyes?

Bob - Enough
Bob - Enough
Reply to  Roland
1 month ago

The plates are just the first line of call, then you have the facial recognition, your digital ID and all these cars will be smart cars – so not sure if they will go off plates or internal chip ID. PS Sorry mixed the order up.

GundelP
GundelP
Reply to  Bob - Enough
1 month ago

And your MAC. Don’t forget them, for us the range is 10-20 meters, for them? who knows.

Bob - Enough
Bob - Enough
Reply to  GundelP
1 month ago

You need to help me out here, apart “Apple Mac” and a local restaurant, not sure what a MAC is, any chance of a guiding hand please ?..

Joe
Joe
1 month ago

You can drive close
But must walk far

nng
nng
1 month ago

We live in a science fiction movie! It is so crazy. Science fiction is supposed to be fiction, for entertainment, right? The crazier it gets the more asleep the people get. We have an enemy and it is sin, it is the devil and the only way to conquer both is to seek Jesus Christ. God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son that whosoever believeth in him should not perish but have everlasting life. John 3:16. Call on him!

GundelP
GundelP
Reply to  nng
1 month ago

I am sorry but as things stand, God let die out the unsuccessful species, we got free will, we should find a way to save us from the evil ‘elite’ parasites. One of the way is quickly distributed knowledge. True knowledge on everything.
They indoctrinated us at a very young age, they do it with our children too.

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1 month ago

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nickitoo
nickitoo
1 month ago

So-called “climate change” only an excuse for NEWSPEAK propaganda language HIJACK. The globalists are doing what elitists always do with the “smelly little people” they despise: Lock them up, one way or another.

NWO’s 15-minute cities = GHETTOS

Lots of little GHETTOS make up the GLOBALISTS’ compartmentalized PRISON PLANET.

Find a way to resist, people of UK. You all don’t have to be “subjects” forever. Show the world how to resist, even after centuries of subjugation.

Pablo
Pablo
1 month ago

The vast majority of people already live close to everything they need. The only thing different here is confinement by digital borders, the evisceration of the fundamental right to move freely and the imposition of monetary punishment. These technocratic managers haven’y any evidence that unequivocally proves that there is a good reason for these restrictions and defilement of humanity, because there isn’t any. This is their model for the Human C.ontrolled A.nimal .Feeding O.peration. What they don’t show are the armed killer drone-bots that will be roaming the sidewalks and flying overhead constantly monitoring all behaviour.

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George M
George M
5 days ago

CONTROLLED DIGITAL CURRENCY. Does this sound like the number of the beast coming into effect?