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The Globalist Agenda: The Battle for Humanity's Future

The world is a dark and foreboding place, full of shadowy figures and hidden agendas. And at the center of it all lies the globalist elite, pulling the strings and manipulating the masses for their own gain.

For years, a warning has been sounded by those with an eye toward the future, urging people to flee the cities and suburbs before they become slaves to the burgeoning technocratic "beast" system. The globalists, with their "smart city" technology and engineered emergencies, seek to lure us into stack and pack housing, where they can monitor our every move and control every aspect of our lives. And yet, despite the warnings, there are those who continue to be taken in by the siren song of the city.

Enter Donald J. Trump, the man who would be king. With his promises of "Freedom Cities" and American-made technology, he seeks to convince the masses that cities can once again be centers of creativity and inspiration. But his proposal is merely a repackaged version of the globalist's plan for a public-private partnership, aimed at digitising everything and enslaving people with technology. Is he a useful idiot, or is he knowingly playing a role in bringing about the globalist's utopian dreams of global government through smart cities?

The answer remains unclear, but one thing is certain - the globalists will stop at nothing to achieve their goals. They promise a Fourth Industrial Revolution, where people will "own nothing and be happy." But the price of this utopia is steep - most humans will become "useless," replaced by artificial intelligence and kept pacified with drugs and digitised entertainment. Compliance with a new set of rules, including a social-credit scoring system like the one in China, will be required to enjoy the amenities of the city.

It is a world where the biggest companies in the world are run by woke executives pandering to the likes of Klaus Schwab and Larry Fink's ESG scoring system. A world where small- and medium-sized businesses struggle to survive, while the elite rub shoulders with the Rothschilds, Gates, Soros, and Rockefellers at the World Economic Forum in Davos. A world where climate change is used as a smokescreen for the globalist agenda, and the environment is touted as the highest priority while the masses are enslaved by their technology.

But there are those who refuse to be taken in by the globalist's utopian dreams. They seek to build self-sustaining lifestyles outside of the cities and suburbs, free from the watchful eye of the technocratic "beast." They warn of the dangers of a world where smart homes, connected to the smart grid, and smart cars, zip vertically to various locations within 15 minutes of one's home, are the norm.

The battle lines have been drawn, and the fate of humanity hangs in the balance. Will we be lured into the city, only to become slaves to the globalist's technology? Or will we take a stand and build a future that is truly free? The choice is ours, but the consequences of our decision will be felt for generations to come.

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