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Agenda 21, Agenda 2030, The New World Oder, whatever you want to call it; is the epitome of evil. It will be built around herding people into smaller and smaller communities. 'Stack and pack' do not work. I live in the UK. People were moved into blocks of flats, one of which near to where I used to live, was over 20 storeys tall and half a mile long! Not even the Police would enter on their own! There was no community spirit at all. Nobody had neighbours. Well, they did, but once you were contained within your dwelling, you became isolated and insulated against all other human contact. The balconies connecting all the front doors were not like your back garden (yard). Neighbours can't meet in the morning on their driveway, or mow their lawns and chat over the fence. And because it was a breeding ground for crime, residents locked themselves away as soon as possible!.
Also, the NWO can never work where there is abundance. Money, fuel, food, water etc will start to become expensive commodities. We will have to work longer and longer hours just to make ends meet. The whole system will be driven by scarcity and once we are locked into that, there is no getting out. We will be debt and work slaves to the system!.

Paul Simmonds, tubebn 8 Comments [10/4/2018 7:50:26 AM]
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Kanna

Agreed, solid blocks of apartments are not congenial places. So work, save your money, and buy/rent something nicer. That has nothing to do with any "NWO", but with sheer economy.

10/4/2018 10:02:50 AM

Citizen Justin

What Kanna said.

Also, a 20 storey block of flats half a mile long does not exist in the UK. I would be surprised if a single residential building that large existed even in Asia. Most 20 storey buildings in the UK would be considered 'towers', significantly taller than they are wide.

10/4/2018 3:15:31 PM

Doubting Thomas

It's because cities are densely populated areas and developers want to get as much bang for their buck as they can. It's far more profitable to build big apartment buildings where hundreds of different people will live rather than build individual houses where a few people will live. If you don't like it, move out to the country.

10/5/2018 6:56:43 AM

Doubting Thomas

@Citizen Justin

A half-mile long building isn't really feasible anywhere. That's going to be blocking a lot of streets, and the ground needs to be perfectly flat before a building can be erected on the site. There's usually a lot of change in ground composition over a half mile. Makes more sense to erect a series of buildings rather than one long one.

10/5/2018 6:58:58 AM

Citizen Justin

@ Doubting Thomas

Yeah, I know. It becomes more obvious the longer you consider it.

Theoretically - yes, theoretically - the foundations could be staggered if the ground wasn't completely level, as in the case of terraced housing on a hill. However, the foundations of tower blocks (or a towered ridge in this case) are way different to those of a two-storey terraced house. Plus, the logistics of people going in and out... there's a reason these towers usually free-stand in either wasteland or an attempt at parkland.

I will say that I can imagine Boris running for PM on the promise of building one and then hoping his constant idiocy will make people forget about it, much like a certain other blond git.

10/5/2018 9:54:36 AM



The New World Oder is just a river in Germany.

10/8/2018 4:48:08 AM

Happy Atheist

You want gardens, move to the countryside. It's cheaper too.

10/8/2018 2:35:45 PM

Anon-e-moose

The New World Oder


...and would still be better than you, smelly.

10/16/2018 8:02:39 AM

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