“The Line” is being built right now in Saudi Arabia. To me, it looks like an Agenda 2030 nightmare, so let’s laugh at it.

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William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
1 year ago

I’ve only watched 42 seconds and I can’t stop laughing, laughing at how our family and friends and 99% plus of this so-called world of people can buy into this bullshit, it’s funnier than a barrel full of monkeys.

Come on Saudi, just call this shit what it is (NOTnilc the LINE) call it:: THE PRISON and see how truth sells, lol.

Last edited 1 year ago by William Lodderhose
BOD BNAIRD
BOD BNAIRD
1 year ago

there was a computer game spec ops the line… guess where it was set….. you guessed it saudi,,,, sand storms and all……… yall ought to check it out on the tube……..

Valentine Kosyak
Valentine Kosyak
11 months ago
Reply to  BOD BNAIRD

I remember the game. Played it so high, after breaking my arm… It didn’t leave a good feeling. However, Indigo Prophecy left quite a remarkable impression

BOD BNAIRD
BOD BNAIRD
1 year ago

Silo s01………..

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
1 year ago

I remember watching the remake of Total Recall with Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinsale and Jessica Biel and thought who would choose to live stacked on top of your neighbors? Of course I never dreamed some fucking architects would actually propose to build shit like this in my lifetime, amazing.

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
1 year ago

I remember watching the remake of Total Recall with Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinsale and Jessica Biel and thought who would choose to live stacked on top of your neighbors? Of course I never dreamed some fucking architects would actually propose to build shit like this in my lifetime, amazing.

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
1 year ago

Notice if you look carefully at each time they show a computer rendering of this MESS (sorry I mean the Line) they render it as if the minute each LINE around the world is built suddenly all the trees and grass return outside it, what a joke, some clips show complete deserts and the minute the Line materializes (poof) nature returns, what an AL GORE nightmare (whoops, sorry I mean “dream”) yeah because you better be asleep to believe this one….

Yep, this one should help me produce a lot of funny poster art, no doubt.

Last edited 1 year ago by William Lodderhose
Justhere Forthefood
Justhere Forthefood
1 year ago

Hi again Bill! I have been researching this topic a bit and it is wild. This guy, Mohammed bin Salman, the Saudi crown prince, is doing a lot more than this project. You can do tons of fun stuff with his other awesome ideas, like the floating island, the winter Olympics in the desert, some kinda turtle thing…oh, and an enormous cube that makes the thing in Mecca look miniscule. Some think he’s the Antichrist and they may not be wrong. I feel he is a force to be reckoned with.

C B
C B
1 year ago

So they’re building a giant ant farm in the desert. Complete with glass walls on either side, so your betters can watch you do your ant things.

And what exactly do they “recycle” salt into? Glad we have physicist Pikachu Kaku on the scene to not ask the obvious questions.

Ramadasa Jivatma
Ramadasa Jivatma
1 year ago

What could possibly go wrong? Ha! Everything.

Call 4Zero
Call 4Zero
1 year ago

I can see supply delivery even people transport via drone vehicles. Maybe even living in an eco dome of some kind. The LINE idea is fantasy idiosy. Look at the typical city suburb, nearly all “needs” are within three miles as it is. BTW there are some very cool personal drone motorcycles available now.

Stellar Shriner
Stellar Shriner
1 year ago

just put me down now, and DO NOT bring me back. thanks Matt

Matthew Cattell
Matthew Cattell
1 year ago

It’s reminiscent of the ridiculous vanity projects that tend to come with the territory of a desertified fiefdom, an abundance of cash and the technology and grand designs of technocrats and the eco loon brigade. In England, aristocrats would build overly ornate follies in the grounds of their mansions to serve as testament to their status and wealth. Rich Arabs are not that different and being egged on by lunatics who’d ordinarily have no hope of funding such grandiose utopian visions by themselves. I wonder who thought that glass, concrete and steel were the materials with which to construct this monstrosity?

Justhere Forthefood
Justhere Forthefood
1 year ago

Gee if there’s a fire, that steel will melt. Awwwwwww.

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
1 year ago

ah-ha, you’re right in this reality steel will melt now, hey it might even melt now out in that 140 degrees Matt mentioned, lol

Loz Hey
Loz Hey
1 year ago

I have an image that sums this up? Shows “Smart Cities/15 minute Cities” vs “Concentration Camps”. Would like to share…but can’t upload images to this place. Thank you.

Rick Godley
Rick Godley
1 year ago

Well, it’s all right riding around in the breeze
Well, it’s all right if you live the life you please
Well, it’s all right doing the best you can
Well, it’s all right as long as you lend a hand
You can sit around and wait for the phone to ring (at the end of the line)
Waiting for someone to tell you everything (at the end of the line, of the line)
Sit around and wonder what tomorrow will bring (at the end of the line)
Maybe a diamond ring
Well, it’s all right even if they say you’re wrong
Well, it’s all right, sometimes you gotta be strong
Well, it’s all right as long as you got somewhere to lay
Well, it’s all right, every day is Judgment Day
Maybe somewhere down the road aways (at the end of the line)
You’ll think of me and wonder where I am these days (at the end of the line, of the line)
Maybe somewhere down the road when somebody plays (at the end of the line)
Purple haze
Well, it’s all right even when push comes to shove
Well, it’s all right if you got someone to love
Well, it’s all right, everything’ll work out fine
Well, it’s all right, we’re going to the end of the line
Don’t have to be ashamed of the car I drive (at the end of the line)
I’m just glad to be here, happy to be alive (at the end of the line, of the line)
It don’t matter if you’re by my side (at the end of the line)
I’m satisfied
Well, it’s all right even if you’re old and gray
Well, it’s all right, you still got something to say
Well, it’s all right, remember to live and let live
Well, it’s all right, the best you can do is forgive
Well, it’s all right (all right), riding around on the breeze
Well, it’s all right (all right), if you live the life you please
Well, it’s all right, even if the sun don’t shine
Well, it’s all right (all right), we’re going to the end of the line

Steven Wallace
Steven Wallace
1 year ago

My brother was telling me about this awhile back. He said it was awesome and he kinda wanted to live there. Fuck. This is upsetting.

Mary M
Mary M
1 year ago
Reply to  Steven Wallace

Listening to the plans is making me nauseous. It is very upsetting. I don’t consent.

Drake Eblis
Drake Eblis
1 year ago

“you can check out anytime you like, but you can never leave.” -The eagles hotel California

Jeremy Wojtkiw
Jeremy Wojtkiw
1 year ago
Reply to  Drake Eblis

Never truer lyrics written…

Loz Hey
Loz Hey
1 year ago

How to describe an image. Using words. The upper image shows “smart citiies”…bright illuminated…the lower image is from a photo of the frontage of Auschwitz Berkenau with train lines leading to it. The wording for these images is: Upper image: “Its called a Smart City” Lower image: “Because if they called it a concentration camp, you might not want to live there”

Jett Rink
Jett Rink
1 year ago

This has literally been done in an experiment called Mouse Utopia. Let’s just say it didn’t end well for the mice.

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
1 year ago
Reply to  Jett Rink

Yeah they tried this experiment in St. Louis in the 50s it was called Pruitt Igoe, (get this detail) it consisted of 33 buildings 11 stories tall and was an historic failure. They tore down this mess in 1976 televised, it was such a total violent disaster with tenants attacking each other and so forth, I was a kid in St. Louis at the time.

Darren Cox
Darren Cox
1 year ago

oh noo – 33 and 11 – well, we know what to expect from such things!!

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
1 year ago
Reply to  Darren Cox

I know right…it’s the first detail that pops up on wiki, but all of us in St. Louis knew that a long time ago, we just didn’t know the numbers meant something to the creeps back then.

Justhere Forthefood
Justhere Forthefood
1 year ago

Hi Bill! My mother in law lives in attached housing in New York and it’s a nightmare on numerous levels. She refuses to leave. I don’t like going there.

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
1 year ago

Oh boy, I’ve been to Manhattan several times, I know what you’re talking about. I used to love New York, being an artist they drill that fairytale into you as well, how great a city it is, even my parents were in love with NY, they spent their honeymoon there.

I used to tell friends it was my favorite Island (and I love tropical ones) but NY had museums, great pizza and so, so much more. But now, stepping back, I think New Yorkers should have really learned a lesson in 2020, man if that didn’t alert you to get the heck out of dodge I guess nothing will. Oh and I forgot to mention 9/11, yeah that probably should have woke up more New Yorkers as well.

Take care I always enjoy your comments.

Jim Townsend
Jim Townsend
1 year ago

I too have visited Manhattan many times, for all the same reasons you mentioned. I love the art deco buildings! But I’m not sure I’d want to live very long in a place so dominated by TV-watching blue state mentality. I’m not a fan of either of the two TV channels, blue or pickup truck army. But I just enjoy the artistic variety of a city like that.

But the last time I went there post-covid was last December with a girlfriend to see the Rockettes, and the crowd was different. At one point it almost felt like it was going to turn into a stampede, so I turned us around and walked us back to train station and got us out of Dodge.

Last edited 1 year ago by Jim Townsend
William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
1 year ago
Reply to  Jim Townsend

Wow really, that vibe would tell me to leave also. I haven’t been back since 2002, even then I was really getting a weird vibe less than a year after (you know what) we stayed there in May of 2002 if I remember correctly.

It was amazing how every trip I took starting in 1983 when Times Square looked like something out of a Scorsese film, the city turned into a Disney commercial (kind of), all the charm of Hell’s Kitchen and Little Italy was gone, I too enjoyed the architecture as well, thanks for that memory.

Justhere Forthefood
Justhere Forthefood
1 year ago
Reply to  Jett Rink

Cabin fever is a thing.

Chris Mann
Chris Mann
1 year ago

I volunteer Saudi Arabia and Israel to do this nonsense first! SO PROGRESSIVE! FOR HUMANITY!

Darren Cox
Darren Cox
1 year ago
Reply to  Chris Mann

well they only made slavery illegal in the 1960s so they have to make up for that!

echo charlie
echo charlie
1 year ago

The views are equitable but the trim options around those windows not so much…

Darren Cox
Darren Cox
1 year ago
Reply to  echo charlie

I’m sure that the sand storms won’t mess up the mirror finish at all haha

jabba dahut
jabba dahut
1 year ago

“welcome to bilderberg, home of the bilderberger”

Joseph Collini
Joseph Collini
1 year ago
Reply to  jabba dahut

And he ends with, “Can I take your order?” 🍔🍟🌭

Justhere Forthefood
Justhere Forthefood
1 year ago
Reply to  Joseph Collini

“The food is always ready. Are YOU ready?” (Letterman skit.)

Jim Townsend
Jim Townsend
1 year ago

The Line will start at the coast and that’s where all the elites will live, with their yachts docked just outside The Wall, and their private airport just next to the docks.

And one small matter: where’s allllll the water coming from? Where’s all the sewage going? Will it have a similar sewage system to the Burj Kahlifa’s, where hundreds of sewage trucks line up to cart away all the poop?

And what about tectonic movement; ever see a sidewalk buckle and crack? But I’m sure a hundred mile long building won’t have problems with that.

And if anyone decides to leave, you only have hundreds of miles of desert to walk through on either side. And I wonder when we’ll see documentaries about all the bodies that pile up outside certain sections of the wall, as undesirables are thrown off, starting with gays and those of certain religions and nationalities, etc.

Man this place is gonna be great!

Last edited 1 year ago by Jim Townsend
William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
1 year ago
Reply to  Jim Townsend

It will be GREAT (as Tony the tiger screamed) and it will be SUSTAINABLE according to Saudi (Fairytales) so sign up and dream the DREAM, because there’s no reality to this nightmare. Good points you made on several details.

Last edited 1 year ago by William Lodderhose
Darren Cox
Darren Cox
1 year ago
Reply to  Jim Townsend

what EXACTLY are they doing with the “recycled sea salt” anyway? I can see them reclaiming gold and other minerals etc from the residue of desalination but sea salt? How good would the pumps need to be to carry water from the desalination plant near the ocean all those kilometers into the desert – it would also have to pump less de-salinated grey water as the cost of making fresh water from the sea 100 KM or more away to flush toilets and fill pools seems crazy expensive. there would have to be a system of pipes and pumps that make the people the furthest from the ocean the people would suffer the most when anything went wrong – the lady mentioned 3 geographic zones but I think she means 3 economic zones – the workers that rich people need to feel that their wealth means anything, by the contrast between themselves and the less wealthy – those waiters and prostitutes would likely have to live in the furthest zone – their work would not be a 5 minute walk away but a crowded subway ride of 100 KM back and forth. Where would the prisons be? Where would the sewage plant be – line of poop trucks sounds terrible!? not a 5 minute walk from your condo I hope! Hilarious!

Last edited 1 year ago by Darren Cox
karin teves
karin teves
1 year ago

Nothing in a container is natural. This city is a container. I recall some one out there saying the U.N. has claimed most of the world population will be gone by 2030. Maybe this claim came from you..can´t remember. But what a coincidence this LINE will be finished by 2030. Interesting video Matt, thank you.

Darky .
Darky .
1 year ago

Don’t feed the screen. this is a fear trigger to suck up your energy
it’s designed to get ppl rattled. It’s nothing but a nothing burger

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
1 year ago
Reply to  Darky .

I’m sorry but what part of have a laugh at this mess did you not understand, I don’t think Matt nor anyone here is into the “fear” anymore.

Timothy Laudeman
Timothy Laudeman
1 year ago

Hello William. I thought I’d check in and here you are, having a “laugh.” Still talking about your art as well I see. I’m speaking to you because we have a very, very brief history, but this is for everyone who is getting a “laugh” out of this. Someone above in the comments was confused about the term “2030.” They thought perhaps the controllers were supposed to have all of their plans wrapped up by then. In case that person reads this, here’s how it breaks down. The overarching plan is labeled as Agenda 21. The term 2030 is a checkmark or a stake in the ground if you will for the controllers to have certain goals met by that time. There are certain goals for 2040, 2050,2060,etc. They plan on having the entire thing wrapped up by 2100. That’s my understanding of this entire cluster fuck and it appears to me that they’re ahead of schedule because of ignorance, apathy and people that simply can’t believe that their way of living is going to change. That might very well be the case for the majority of people listening to this drivel. But if you have children or especially grandchildren, they’re screwed, glued and tattooed. Just thought I’d clear that confusion up. These cities will be a reality regardless of how well they work or don’t work. Your ass or a family members ass is going inside one of the cities at the end of a gun if necessary. Absolutely hilarious. I can’t stop laughing. Now we can always come together and at least attempt to stop them or we can continue to watch conspiratainment every week and call these people stupid, when in fact everyone who thinks these nut jobs won’t stop at anything to accomplish their goals for us are completely and utterly wrong. Yeah, just thought I’d check in. Kind of like stepping into a time machine and going back in time. Certainly no forward thinking ideas coming from this crowd. It doesn’t take much to make you folks laugh. This was a barrel of laughs. Meanwhile, the controllers proceed unimpeded. I’ll check back in next year sometime. Carry on and my apologies if I spoiled the afternoon fun.

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
1 year ago

Hey Tim and anyone happening to read this, I used to play hockey, baseball, I surfed, jumped moving trains, and sky-dived for fun, in-between as kids we got in a lot of fights growing up semi-poor in St. Louis. Be that as it may, I understand the desire to “fight” these monsters (with pickup truck armies as Matt says) I get it, seriously – as you noted especially if you have kids.

Now let’s step back and take a peek at recent history. 2001 they turned sky-scrapers into dust. So, who knows how??? We don’t – but they did it. Oh boy, for now we’ll ignore the other b.s. they pulled off in the 20th century alone, 2 world wars, Vietnam and a bunch more “fun” around their campfire, no doubt.

And, while they were busy cooking that stuff up, they pulled off fake-MOON landings and a host of other crazy little social engineering like the BEATLES for instance, (anyone want to detail the works of TAVISTOCK and how 99% of the world still thinks that’s the original Paul McCartney).

And….your very own family and friends have bought all this plus most have taken (God knows what) in the form of several shots since 2020 and none of them believe a thing you or I think about the truth behind the works of these demons…….

So my question to you or anyone who thinks we shouldn’t be a least having a laugh is HOW WOULD YOU FIGHT THIS, do you really think you or even 33,000 of you would stand a chance.

IMO, this snow-globe was designed to pull this stuff off. Even if you had some wild out of this world weapon and could arm a small army do you really, seriously think you could change the destiny of these demons? Really?

Timothy Laudeman
Timothy Laudeman
1 year ago

Hello William. I left a rather long comment at least an hour ago that must have not passed the sniff test. Let me put it this way. I see absolutely nothing has changed here, and I do mean nothing. The controllers are going to have the last laugh. Keep those drawings coming, or at least keep talking about them. I’ll check back in next year and see if you fellas have made any progress. I’ll check back in an hour to see if this comment passed the sniff test. I’m not sure why my last comment was censored. I’m all ears if anyone cares to give me an explanation.

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
1 year ago

You know Tim, I used to think you were just some troll living in his mom’s basement, but with your comment about kids and wanting to stop this madness, I’ll bite. Please, PLEASE outline your detailed plan. I mean, sure it’s fun for you to jump in here and try and make FreeVoice supporters feel bad and all, but did you give even a minute of detailed thought to “your plan” of how to stop this madness?

No, you just like to leave comments with no actual work involved. You like to note that I’m still here talking about my art, well brother, that’s what I did for a living for four decades and I donate a mountain of it to help the cause here and on QofC, so my question to you is, what are you bringing to this party but a semi-sh*tty attitude? Please inform all of us.

Timothy Laudeman
Timothy Laudeman
1 year ago

To this party here I bring nothing because I don’t have the mentality or humor of a kid in Jr. High School. The plan, in my opinion isn’t to stop what’s coming so much as it’s to get ready for what’s coming
. I mean that both physically and spirituality, whatever that means to you. But that falls on deaf ears here because everything, and I do mean everything is just one big joke to be laughed at. Don’t let me get in the way of your laughter and reminiscing about a part of your life that no longer exists. I simply thought I’d check in and see if anything is new since we spoke recently and damn if I don’t come across a comment from you that I could have easily read from you on here a year ago. And to be clear, it isn’t just you but the entire comment section. Everyone here watches rhe same movies and TV shows over and over as well. I shouldn’t throw stones but that seems like a boring way to move through life. Just one person’s opinion. Carry on. I wouldn’t want to interrupt the fun and reminiscing about the good old days. Like I said, I’ll check back in another year and see what new words have been added to the notnilc dictionary even though it’s completely unnecessary on this platform. Good grief.

Last edited 1 year ago by Timothy Laudeman
Shelly Perrini
Shelly Perrini
1 year ago

That’s where Darky is at. He/She is not wrong about what they’re seeing. It’s true. It’s a nothing burger 🍔. I chuckled at that. 🩷

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
1 year ago
Reply to  Shelly Perrini

I had major dental surgery Friday and still on pain meds, maybe I mis-read their comment, whoops.

Shelly Perrini
Shelly Perrini
1 year ago

Feel better! Kudos for going through with dental surgery. I despise going to the dentist above and beyond for a cleaning.

Mary M
Mary M
1 year ago
Reply to  Darky .

Agreed! Even though it is funny to laugh at, for the first few minutes I was a little upset at the thought of it. I had to stop myself and remember that it is a trigger (not Matt’s presentation but the actual notnilc plan.) Thanks to Matt for giving us a few laughs.

Tyler Kong
Tyler Kong
1 year ago

If I had stumbled upon the presentation video for “The Line” outside of the free voice context I would have assumed it was a trailer for a new Dystopian Sci-Fi TV series.

Darren Cox
Darren Cox
1 year ago
Reply to  Tyler Kong

yeah, zombie apocalypse in The Line would be a great show!

Shelly Perrini
Shelly Perrini
1 year ago
Reply to  Tyler Kong

I had the same sense that it was something from a sci-fi movie. The way Matt framed up the details was hilarious!

Darren Cox
Darren Cox
1 year ago

I mentioned this before – the parallel between AC Clarke’s novel The City and The Stars and current city planning – a city, described when written in the mid 1950s as being the last one left on Earth – an Earth where mankind has retreated from exploring the stars – all of humanity (they think) living in a self contained city where the outside is inhospitable desert. What is very very interesting and timely is that this novel literally describes the false world of Ready Player One as well – the residents do not want to leave the city, run by a sentient computer – an AI before AI was a phrase – and the people just LARP D&D and soap operas as avatars in endless role playing entertainment false realities – sex is 100% recreational as people are born from the AI labs (something like that). The novel ALSO has a secret human city where the hero needs to get to like Waterworld or The Matrix AND as a nod to the Tartarian bog – a deep underground ancient subway – how did that creep Clarke manage to prognosticate all these things?

Ricky Bobo
Ricky Bobo
1 year ago

It looks like a giant, shiny coffin for humanity.

Timothy Laudeman
Timothy Laudeman
1 year ago
Reply to  Ricky Bobo

That’s actually a very good description of it. They haven’t missed a deadline yet and they won’t miss this one either because collectively, people are stupid.

Steven Wallace
Steven Wallace
1 year ago

What happened to my comment?

Darren Cox
Darren Cox
1 year ago
Reply to  Steven Wallace

Matt will approve it after a few cold ones! Let the man have some downtime!!

Timothy Laudeman
Timothy Laudeman
1 year ago
Reply to  Darren Cox

My first comment from over an hour ago hasn’t posted and I don’t know why except I see nothing funny about what’s going on and said so. That must not be allowed. One would think we’re on YouTube.

Timothy Laudeman
Timothy Laudeman
1 year ago
Reply to  Darren Cox

His entire life is down time.

Shelly Perrini
Shelly Perrini
1 year ago

Do you need a hug? Sounds like you’re having a bad day. Hope it gets better for you soon 💜

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
1 year ago
Reply to  Shelly Perrini

yeah, I think Tim needs a hug and then some, honestly I have no idea what Tim thinks all of us here should be doing??? Tim??? Hello, list out your ideas, don’t just rain on our little parade and then disappear again….

Timothy Laudeman
Timothy Laudeman
1 year ago

William, you draw well but you aren’t very bright. My intention in visiting was to simply see if the collective has changed at all and it hasn’t. Talk about a hive mind mentality. You keep asking me what my plan is to stop what’s coming and I keep telling you that there is no stopping what’s coming. This entire experience is an individual journey from beginning to end. The question to you is two fold, because I’m still not clear on your position. With all the things the controllers accomplished already, and you so aptly listed, which included the various wars, 9/11, the jab, etc. , do you think they’ll be successful or not with things they have planned in the video above. In other words, are the controllers serious about 100% control or are they simply trying to scare the collective to feed off of the loosh created? Are these plans real to them, or are they just trying to scare us? Because if you think like I do that they mean buisness then I can’t understand how everything under the Sun is just one big joke. Does that mean I hide under my blankets all day waiting for the end to come? Absolutely not. I like to have a good time like the next guy, and I do. I also know these beasts have unhuman like patience, and like the commenter above who was confused about Agenda 21 and thought they missed a deadline, that’s proof positive to me that certain people in this crowd are taking things way too lightly. Most of us will miss the most gnarly things based on the average age of the people who visit this site. But it’s coming. And the troll in my mom’s basement line went out of style almost 15 years ago. Kind of like your drawings. I’ll say it again, and I mean this hand to heart. You are extremely talented with your art. You truly are. But the harsh reality is nobody really cares what you did for 40 years except you. Just like nobody cares what I did for 37 years. People may enjoy your work and they’ll indulge you talking about it so much because people are generally good and don’t deliberately go out of their way to hurt people’s feelings. But in the end, it really doesn’t matter what you did to anyone but you. Again, the same goes for me. I’m not coming here to wreck the party, or because as the nice lady who will hopefully be knocking on my door momentarily thinks, I’m having a bad day. Neither reason is accurate. Again, I simply decided to check in since we recently spoke and not one thing has changed in over a year. Not one. I’m not mad and I’m not jealous. For some reason that makes no sense, I’m shocked at just how much things have stayed the same. I only have answers for myself. Again, it’s always been an individual journey. Do what feels right to you with the time you have left. Take care and happy drawing. To the lady above, if you’d like my address I’d honestly give it to you. Or we’re you just being “funny?”

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
1 year ago

Yep still the smart ass I see. I’m not sure how many others are actually reading your b.s. so I’ll give them a quick summary.

This (clown/know it all) Tim pops in here occasionally now “to have a laugh at us” (or so it seems). He’s a troll, who thinks he’s preparing both physically and spiritually (or so he says, but what he really enjoys is talking down to people and it shows in his comments if you read enough of them). If anyone gives Timmy enough rope he’ll simply hang himself (which I’ve done again). So, smart-ass let’s see if you can dig yourself out of your own hole (again).

Tim you now claim (today) “there’s no stopping what’s coming” yet yesterday your exact words were:

“Now we can always come together and at least attempt to stop them or we can continue to watch conspiratainment every week and call these people stupid, when in fact everyone who thinks these nut jobs won’t stop at anything to accomplish their goals for us are completely and utterly wrong.”

So which is it Timmy? Should us “stupid / not very bright / hive minded real people trying to take a few minutes to enjoy ourselves” believe your B.S. today, or should those same stupid people believe your B.S. from yesterday, because you’re saying the exact opposite now as you retreat into your Mom’s basement (no doubt) like any other troll.

BTW I enjoyed your “conspiratainment” that’s a good phrase. As for your up and down talk, your blessing us with your superior attitude as you both compliment me and then smack me a sentence or two later, I say good luck to you Sir, may you enjoy the remainder of your troubled life and hopefully find a cure for the EGO (you think) you have under control.

cine wave
cine wave
1 year ago

they already have 100% control.
what they want built gets built.
what they don’t want, doesn’t get built.
people already living in worse slums, but those don’t require any capital.
cold war was the boogeyman threat for decades.
question is if this one is real or not.

Timothy Laudeman
Timothy Laudeman
1 year ago
Reply to  Shelly Perrini

I’ll give you a hug you won’t forget sweetheart. If you csn dish it out you need to be able to take it

Chris Fernandez
Chris Fernandez
1 year ago

Yeah he is another Neil THE ASS Tyson.

Paul Schoenmann
Paul Schoenmann
1 year ago

Boondoggle!!

Joseph Collini
Joseph Collini
1 year ago

I read “The Line”, and immediately was reminded of the song “The End of The Line” by the Traveling Wilburys. It’s a toe-tapping, happy sounding melody, with lyrics that describe life’s journey as hopeful, but unrealistically optimistic, in my opinion.

It’s as if the song writers are trying to convince themselves and their listeners, that the world is better than it appears, or will someday evolve into something joyful. … Just the way the promoters of The Line in Saudi Arabia are doing for their project. ….My two cents, anyway.

Joseph Collini
Joseph Collini
1 year ago

“The Line”, is like “The Road” (movie).
.. A long path through hell! 🥵🌡️👹

Joseph Collini
Joseph Collini
1 year ago

Neil Smoking-deGrass Tyson. 🌿

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
1 year ago
Reply to  Joseph Collini

lol

Richard Clark
Richard Clark
1 year ago

“Do you think I am stupid?!…is this supposed to be a line for ants?” 🤪

Gabriel McLoughlin
Gabriel McLoughlin
1 year ago

I can see it now ‘ A big ass crowd of 🇾🇪 Yemeni freedom fighers ‘ armed with slingshots and graffiti spray ‘
Giving the LINE a urban face-lift.
Cheers Gabriel ☀️

Gabriel McLoughlin
Gabriel McLoughlin
1 year ago

Where can I park my 🐫 🐪 🐫 🐪 🐫 🐪 🐫 🐪 🐫 🐪 🐫 🐪 🐫 🐪 🐫 🐪 🐫 🐪 🐫 🐪 🐫 🐪 🐫 🐪 🐫 🐪
And my 500 wives. Cheers SIR GAYLORD SNOTALOTT 🤓

Shelly Perrini
Shelly Perrini
1 year ago

OMG I totally forgot about the camels! 🐪 Does each living space come with a port to park the camels?

I can totally see it now. Just me and my camel sombering along the desert terrain while the Desert breeze gently blows my Burka in the wind lookin’ all sexy as I pose for a moment to take a selfie. My friends will be SO jealous!

EthericBliss -EB
EthericBliss -EB
1 year ago

Gotta ring in on Mitchu-oh-KaKaPoo… THAT cat started in the 90’s as a “regular guest” on the Art Bell show. I even remember the “announcement” when he said that he’s got something “BIG coming” for himself. Dude’s BEYOND a freaking sell-out. I KNOW what that thing is.

Anyway, not to derail the topic… where do “I” sign-up for that claustrophobic living quarters??

Paul Daniells
Paul Daniells
1 year ago

They are all paid actors, Matt’s right they don’t know shit, just reading a script for the creepiest of creepy 👍

Dominic Joyce
Dominic Joyce
1 year ago

Looks like hell on earth to me.

Gabriel McLoughlin
Gabriel McLoughlin
1 year ago

JOHNNY CASH ‘ USED TO DO SECURITY THERE.
“I WALK 🚶‍♂️ THE LINE.
cheers SIR GAYLORD SNOTALOTT 🤓

Caesar Best
Caesar Best
1 year ago

For me this project was the ultimate proof they won’t achieve what they’re going for, even the biggest fool isn’t buying this bs.

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
1 year ago
Reply to  Caesar Best

I wish you were right, I really do, but then I snap out of it and remember that 99percent of the people on this “Earth” believe in CNN and Fox and 9/11 and the Moon landings and 2020 covid and the BEATLES (just referencing the Tavistock and demonic history of the Beatles, in case you’re not hip to that) and on and on. . . so I’m sorry… I’m positive there will be a lot of fools (on the hill) who will sign up for this madness. Heck read the rest of the comments here, somebody’s own brother wants to live there.

Paul Daniells
Paul Daniells
1 year ago

The metonic cycle notnilc moon worship.
1982 Nancy Reagan the war on drugs
Nineteen years later the war on terror with the nineteen highjackers.
Nineteen years later the war on germs with the COVID nineteen. I think there are number patterns that are organic from the (real creator), and the notnilc know this, therefore the notnilc tries to counterfeit the real creator by using gematria to help create a false reality, which is the reality that we are noticing that make us say reality gives itself away.

Here’s an organic example, Thomas Miner is a man who killed two wives.
In the reverse cipher t. miner = 83 and the reverse reduction cipher it equals 38
The word murder is exactly the same, murder by numbers. We can find a notnilc created example in the flat earth agenda. The two most common things you hear, spinning ball, and curvature both equal 129 in the most common cipher where A =1 and Z =26. There is an app called gematrinater where you can type in a word and it will give you the number value from each of the four main ciphers. Let’s never forget rule number one, the Mandela effect is real we know that, but the fact that you can connect Tom Hanks to more than one proves it is definitely caused by the notnilc, which makes me wonder if we should add it as another advanced animal farm. If you wanna give me a pooty award, I’ll take it, if so I would like to thank everyone who made this award possible, my parents for not raising me in a church my elementary school principal for letting me start my indoctrination a year later since I didn’t turn six until six days after the school year started that was only two sixes. I would like to also thank my uncle Ben and my aunt Jemima for making my pancakes better. And the cashier at Walmart for telling me my barn door was open, I wish it would have been the greeter so I didn’t walk all around the fu****g store first, and last but not least I should recognize the notnilc for mind fu****g almost every one I know.

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
1 year ago
Reply to  Paul Daniells

awesome – funny stuff, but oh wait Tim Laudeman lectures us yearly that we shouldn’t be laughing at this stuff, he doesn’t offer any solutions, but just enjoys telling us this while he insults Matt, but your comment was by far the funniest, IMO

Timothy Laudeman
Timothy Laudeman
1 year ago

Since we’re being formal I’ll use both of your names as well William Lodderhose. Why do you attribute things to me that I don’t say or do ? You just said I lecture you yearly. That’s completely false and I’d like an apology. How thick are you? We recently spoke on a different
site, so AGAIN, I thought I’d check in and see how things are progressing around here. I received my answer immediately. They aren’t proceeding. They’re stationary at best. You seem to think because you’ve donated money to whatever you want to call this site, that it gives you some type
of pull. You made sure to tell me on the other site that we spoke on that you donated a rather large sum of fiat dollars to this site as well. You may think that gives you sway, but not with me it doesn’t my friend. You haven’t been lecturered by me, but if you were, you’d know it. All I did was hold a mirror up to a past than middle aged man who still is engrossed in juvenile behavior. That’s not a lecture. That’s my opinion, which in this case just so happens to be a fact. I haven’t insulted Matt either. I called it like it is with Matt. He has the easiest gig in the world that affords him all kinds of down time during the day. He makes ridiculous videos that his fans pay him to make. If anything, I tip my hat to Matt. He’s smarter than all of you put together. He has you folks paying him so he doesn’t have to work and in return you folks think you’re receiving something of value. Again, this is all my opinion, which I’m entitled to. You can’t stick to the facts William. You try to hurt my feelings but I assure you that’s a waste of time. If you want to be taken seriously, stop lying about what I’m doing here and my intentions. The intention once more was to simply see what’s new. The answer to that question is absolutely nothing. I gave my opinion about the state of affairs here, and now I’m being accused of lecturing people? Whom have I lectured? Again, I couldn’t care less if you leave your entire estate to Matt when you die. I was here before you. I still have a better grasp on Matt than you, and most importantly, your donations to the involved parties is like water rolling off of my back. It means absolutely nothing to me, good or bad. I’m completely indifferent to it. I think it’s safe to say that the only thing we might agree on is that Paul Daniells has the funniest, smartest comment on here. Kudos to you Paul. Your comment was spot on all the way around. William, you need to stick to facts and learn to differentiate opinion from fact from lectures. You strike me as the type that has to have the last word, so please feel free to do so. Cheerio mate.

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
1 year ago

IF you’re referring to Howdie’s site, (which I have no idea why you’re being coy about it) you’re now playing multi-level chess and no one reading your drivel will understand. I’m not going to list your errors out in your latest comment, except to say “I donated money” (never said large amounts) what is wrong with you (seriously) you really get off on this sh*t don’t you?

For the record, I asked Howdie (not you) why he wasn’t just coming out and telling his audience that he already had everything on FV he was looking to get with his new site, which of course “he’ll keep 100% of”. As I recall I was one of only a very few who even asked something.

BTW your first comment included this gem:

Now we can always come together and at least attempt to stop them or we can continue to watch conspiratainment every week and call these people stupid, when in fact everyone who thinks these nut jobs won’t stop at anything to accomplish their goals for us are completely and utterly wrong. 

Those are your exact words. Then today in several comments you attempt to back-peddle claiming:

William, you draw well but you aren’t very bright. My intention in visiting was to simply see if the collective has changed at all and it hasn’t. Talk about a hive mind mentality. You keep asking me what my plan is to stop what’s coming and I keep telling you that there is no stopping what’s coming. 

Obviously a second grader (if they’re paying attention) can tell you speak out of both sides of your mouth. You pretend to be superior as you claim to be preparing both physically and spiritually for what’s coming, as you toss out your trashy comments. So which is Oh Brilliant One, are do you think:

We can always come together and at least attempt to stop THEM (or like your back-peddling comments today) There is NO stopping what’s coming.


Corey Montgomery
Corey Montgomery
1 year ago

The burger kalifa sounds pretty good,can’t wait to eat there.😆

Brandon Jerome
Brandon Jerome
1 year ago

Sounds like a digital and physical hellscape, looks like they got the “20 min city” thing figured out 🙄

Mary M
Mary M
1 year ago

Like Matt said, it’s going to be a huge failure and not come close to what they describe. However, just in case, I don’t consent to “The Line” or anything like it to be built in the realm I am existing in.

ddshively@comcast.net
ddshively@comcast.net
1 year ago

THE LINE – Nothing can go wrong, Nothing can go wrong, Nothing can go wrong…

ALEX RASMUSSEN
ALEX RASMUSSEN
1 year ago

I can’t wait for summer to see how Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone will escape The Line. Will they use the superheat from the sun always hitting one side of the Line, focusing it to cause an electro-chemical explosion that blows a hole in the wall… or will they take a long dive, swimming through the ducts of the Desalinization Plant to freedom. Then, how will they face the Sea of Sand with its sandstorm, and the red-haired giants that stalk within. Gonna be a humdinger 😉

Danika Sinram
Danika Sinram
1 year ago

I don’t know if they are testing for gullibility or mocking and or trying to provoke those who can think (or both). The first thing that struck me about this supposedly sustainable monstrosity is the mirror facade. You are going to put mirrors on the outside? So any brave plant that dares to try to grow within ummmm miles will be instantly scorched to ash?! Very Earth friendly

Divona Kushnir
Divona Kushnir
1 year ago

I would like to recommend the book “Tower of glass” by SF writer Robert Silverberg, it is a small book about a society that lives in a compound like this and the ones that are not living there, that are the food growers.

Lisa Jarv
Lisa Jarv
1 year ago

Nail his Ass Tyson

Real Math
Real Math
1 year ago

🎶
kneel to the grass fed bison 🦬
Never done nothing in ya life n
Ain’t nobody listen
To sustainable proposition
Kneel to the grass fed bison 🦬
🎶
😁

Robin Schlegel
Robin Schlegel
1 year ago

I mean, the foliage looks great, but I had a friend who worked at the Embassy Suites, and said the indoor atrium was a nightmare to maintain. There would be a huge mess, and what if there is an infestation of mold or bugs? And, can you imagine what miles of gigantic mirrors in the desert would do? When the sun hit is just right…god only knows what would happen. It sounds like a joke, it would be worse than Snow Piercer. There would be no escape. Look at the ridiculous palm islands they made in Dubai that are epic fails…it’s even worse than the Freedom Ship. If the Venus Project can’t get off the ground, this is impossible on every level. They would have to have container ships coming in 24 hours a day…and if you are somewhere in the middle and there was scarcity, you’d be screwed.

James Smith
James Smith
1 year ago
Reply to  Robin Schlegel

I’m pretty sure the Saudis will eventually use the intense sunshine off the mirrors for public executions. They just don’t want to put that in the promotional videos

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