Tennesseans Fear Smart Cities Will Lead To Travel Restrictions In The Future

With Transportation Projects Like The One Currently Underway In Chattanooga That Will Allow The City To Monitor Over A 100 “Smart City” Intersections When Complete – The Entire Downtown Area – Some Tennesseans Question Where These Initiatives Are Leading Major Hubs Within The State. Will Today’s Smart Cities Become “15-Minute Cities” In The Future?

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“Smart City” At Center Of Power Grid Study, Remote Control Of Electricity, And Other World Economic Forum Initiatives

The “Smart City” Of Chattanooga Is The Focus Of An Ongoing Study Between Oak Ridge National Laboratory And EPB, The Publicly Owned Electric Power Distribution And Telecommunications Company That Serves Approximately 180 Thousand Homes And Businesses In A 600-Square Mile Area In The Greater Chattanooga Area And Hamilton County.

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Chattanooga Agrees To Adopt World Economic Forum’s Smart City Technology Roadmap

Chattanooga, Tennessee Is One Of Only Two Cities Chosen In The United States That Have Agreed To ‘pioneer’ A New Roadmap For Adopting New Technology As Part Of The World Economic Forum’s G20 Global Smart Cities Alliance.

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The Great Reset: Op-Ed By James V. Ferguson, MD

You May Not Have Heard Of Klaus Schwab, But You Need To Know About This Dangerous Globalist. He Is The “Founder And Executive Chairman Of The World Economic Forum.” Klaus And His Elitist Buds Fly On Their Corporate Jets To Davos, Switzerland Every Year To Hobnob And Determine The New World Order. Schwab Said The Covid Pandemic Is An Opportunity To Institute A Great Reset Of The World Order. Remember What Democrat Rahm Emanuel Once Said: “Never Waste A Crisis.”

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