Russia has started the construction of a prison-style 15-minute city (FMC), with more to come.
The Daily Expose reported on this development, citing the new city of Dobrograd in Russia’s Vladimir Oblast (province). According to the outlet, construction in the city located east of the capital Moscow has been ongoing for a year.
But Dobrograd is not the only FMC to be built in Russia. The website of the state-owned financial services firm Sberbank features a detailed presentation of another “smart city” – with its title hinting at the same FMC model espoused by the globalist World Economic Forum (WEF). (Related: The globalist vision: “15 Minute” prison cities and the end of private property.)
In August 2021, the 15-minute triangle project of the Moscow city plan was included in the Top 30 of the FMC international “Urban Design Competition.” This triangular FMC, which measures three by three kilometers, is in the form of a polycentric urban planning system.
The main transport networks are located underground, with only bicycle and pedestrian routes at surface level. Meanwhile, the buildings are raised on supports. Much detail is on energy efficiency, with the FMC intending to use renewable sources such as solar, water and wind.
Edward Slavsquat expounded on this triangular FMC, dubbed “SberCity.” He remarked that this area “will one day be home to more than 65,000 lucky residents.”
“The ‘smart city’ was initially reserved for [Sberbank] employees. But now, anyone insane enough to want to live in [Sberbank Chairman and CEO] Herman Gref’s ant farm is welcome to do so.”
FMCs are PRISON CITIES to round up people
The idea of an FMC, in which residents live within a short walk or bike ride of all their daily needs, has been embraced by many mayors around the world during the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic as a central planning tenet. But it is not without its drawbacks,
According to Bloomberg, urban experts warn that a popular post-pandemic design principle may not translate well from Europe to North America and could exacerbate inequality. Toronto-based urban designer Jay Pitter is one of them. During the CityLab 2021 conference, he warned that transplanting the FMC template across the Atlantic could be “presumptive and colonial.”
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, a member of the Conservative (Tory) Party, hit out at the FMC concept. According to him, there was a “relentless attack” on motorists who “depend on their cars to get to work, take their kids to school, do their shopping [and] see the doctor.”
British Transport Secretary Mark Harper, a fellow Tory, agreed with Sunak. He continued by saying that the FMC concept was a movement backed by the U.K. Labor Party “to remove your freedom to get from A to B how you want.”
“What is sinister – and what we shouldn’t tolerate – is the idea that local councils can decide how often you go to the shops, and they can ration who uses the roads and when. They police it all with CCTV,” said Harper. He added that the government would look into ways to stop “overzealous” councils restricting road use “if they don’t follow the rules.”
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