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Wednesday, July 3, 2024 What really happened during the Maui manmade disaster? It was all about destroying Lahaina, depopulating the natives there, and turning the area into the first 15-minute USA city controlled by AI. After the disaster happened, the elites and celebrities started buying land, and Oprah Winfrey wanted to buy all of Maui. Then, the people there kept ...
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Wednesday, July 3, 2024

What really happened during the Maui manmade disaster? It was all about destroying Lahaina, depopulating the natives there, and turning the area into the first 15-minute USA city controlled by AI. After the disaster happened, the elites and celebrities started buying land, and Oprah Winfrey wanted to buy all of Maui. Then, the people there kept asking about the many missing kids. If there are still any missing people or kids, I am sure Oprah is involved because Oprah is known for being a child trafficker, mostly at her schools she opened in Africa. But who knows? Many kids most likely died inside their homes, while others probably died under rubble, similar to the ongoing situation in Palestine.

Smart Cities are about Agenda 21. Smart meters tend to create lots of issues. Smart Cities are very controlled, by AI, similar to the 2014 movie, The Giver. This 15-minute Smart City without cars or roads, controlled by AI, is filled with brainwashed, zombie-like slaves, dressed in the same neutral minimalistic uniform. This dystopian teen movie, based on a novel, is similar to the Hunger Games series in even darker ways. The woman who reviews this movie makes an interesting reference to the 1998 movie, Pleasantville, because the subtle added colors throughout the movies have to do with characters waking up to the truth and fighting back for their peace and freedom to live life. I agree that The Giver is like a dystopian movie about the future for this earth, under a controlled One World Domination, where this 15-minute cities will be surrounded with private nature habitats. These people appear to be enslaved inside this circular minimalistic community, kind of like a modern FEMA camp.

Movie, The Giver, is about 15-minute cities controlled by AI and Agenda 21, Agenda 2030, NWO agenda.

I noticed that this movie is now on Youtube audiobook, but it is seven hours long. I might listen to it during my gym workout.

It is about controlling the earth and people via manipulated land and contaminated food. Bill Gates already owns many farmland in America, where he is contaminating the food with toxic ingredients to make people sick. The constant need for certain injections in the movie reminds me of the stupid vaccines and boosters many current zombies continued to take, fearing they might get some deadly manmade virus or flu going around in 2020.  At the end of the movie, the main character, Jonah, appears to free the enslaved community. The whole movie changes into vibrant color, as people make necessary changes to live their life in freedom. There appears to be a feeling of happiness and light airiness at the end because the darkness has been lifted.

Moreover, many people have mentioned that there is a warning on the packaging for masks, which states that such masks don’t protect from any virus or disease. People who wear masks are just agreeing and accepting to conform as silenced, mind-controlled zombies, following orders, whether out of ignorance or a certain duty of comliance to their country.

The Giver movie summary, explanation, and analysis

The above video further analyzes this movie, as it summarizes the story. The movie is based on a teen novel by Lois Lowry. It also explains reasons for certain ideas in society being promoted. Climate change, vaccines, boosters, etc? It is all about control by some fascist, tyrant, and possibly zionistic leader in order to keep people ignorant from the truth. The community members lack emotions, love, and the ability to connect with others. They are just mindlessly following and obeying orders in their controlled community.

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Fifi Leigh

BA in Social Science from UCI, MBA from WebsterU, and Computer Graphic Design from PlattCollege. I self-published 2 novels on LULU.com. I was born in Edinburgh, Scotland but raised in America. I am a Vegan/Vegetarian and into Animal Rights. https://fashion-tips288.webnode.page
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