LAST week the Chatham House think tank released Futurescape, four short clips illustrating what they predict our world will be like at different stages in the hundred years between now and 2121.
Piccadilly Circus is used to exemplify the green utopia where 63 species of plant life can be discovered in a single decorative column, with nesting falcons and butterflies. This is also the site of (presumably one of many) temples of ‘Earthism’, the new nature-based religion.
AI will ‘take care of our every need’. This includes the purchase of a jacket that changes colour and style so that we are always ‘on trend’ and never have to buy a new one. The same applies to all retail where clothing will be upcycled, recycled, and exchanged under the auspices of the new ‘circular economy’; this means that shops will be fewer, making space for venues that offer entertainment and nightlife.
Meanwhile the ‘Goodeeds’ department store accepts only ‘care pounds’, a government-certified cryptocurrency that is earned by our contributions to community projects.
Goodeeds is host to ‘The World-Famous Insect Food Hall’, and if we get fed up with these delicacies there are plenty of meat-free food stalls to choose from in and around Piccadilly Circus.
Babies will be ‘genetically modified’ and we will each have an implant that ‘monitors our health’.
Other delights that await us include free drinking water from a fountain to deter us from buying unhealthy alternatives, the opportunity to relocate to Mars, and of course more ‘multiculturalism’.
There are too many terrifying aspects of these four clips to outline them all here, and I’d rather you watch it yourself anyway, but one of the things that stood out for me was the laughter in the background in every clip. It felt sinister, as though our globalist overlords are laughing at us. Another was the noticeable lack of white people. Scariest of all is the combination of what they are not saying, for example about social credits, lack of freedom and choice, and the fact that if they put this on the Six o’Clock news this evening not many would bat an eyelid. Nowhere near enough people would ask questions or have any concerns, but I’d wager that plenty would dismiss it as a conspiracy theory.