15 Minute Cities: Human Corrals | Douglas Farrow
15 minute cities. You’ve heard about them, and if you live in Edmonton you are under imminent threat of it becoming a reality, with other Canadian cities planning in that direction. But why are they bad? Surely it would be convenient to have work and services closer. Perhaps to not even need a car? And wouldn’t it be a return to simpler times when communities were closer knit, and everyone knew their neighbors? Douglas Farrow is a professor of ethics and religious studies at McGill University. Recently he was interviewed by the Western Standard and The Epoch Times on why 15 minute cities are a tool of totalitarian government. In those articles he was quoted as saying that there’s nothing to prevent the tyrants from tightening controls even further once the cities are in place, and that they will become an integral component of the surveillance state. But even those articles restricted themselves to a few choice comments. Professor Farrow’s thoughts on the matter go much deeper and he joins me today to share them, and to provide us all of a much deeper understanding of how the globalist agenda will not only subject us all to their control, but infect our very society with their own brand of anti-ethical behaviour.