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"The Line" is a Dystopian Hellscape -- Presented as Utopian, of course

Updated: Sep 21, 2023

Several months ago I heard about this bizarre architectural endeavor called "The Line." I recently saw the weird ad for it again and decided I ought to post something on it. Sane people need to hear about this because it illustrates just how power-crazed today's billionaire class of globalists has become. Only then can we understand how critical it is to regain a sense of sanity. Check it out:


So you cram nine million people into a 100-mile long LINE that's about 170 stories tall and just 650 feet wide. But it's all supposed to be good because you don't need cars. As best as I can figure out from the narrator, there are transports that can take you from end to end covering 100 miles in about 20 minutes. And it's all good because it's all divided into "neighborhoods" whereby you can get everything you need within a 5-minute walk. Or something like that. This is what they call "community."

Seems likely the residents would be administered some form of "soma" -- the drug used to keep people docile in Brave New World. But just think of the opportunities for surveillance when people are all herded together in such a vault. This one is pictured in the isolation of the Arabian desert. No escape! I'm sure there are some folks who find this appealing as a cool futuristic existence. But any thoughtful person can see that it's all about dysfunction and loneliness and alienation.

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