Saudi Arabia Unveils Mega Project, Social Media Brands It A Dystopian Nightmare

Saudi Arabia shared an advertisement for a city mega-project earlier this week named “The Line,” which many Twitter users compared to a disturbing dystopian future.

“For too long humanity has existed within dysfunctional and polluted cities that ignore nature,” the promotional video states at its opening. “Now a revolution in civilization is taking place. Imagine a traditional city and consolidating its footprint. Designed to protect and enhance nature. The Line will be home to 9 million residents and will be built with a footprint of just 34 square kilometers. And we are designing it to provide a healthier, more sustainable quality of life.”

The proposed megaproject is to be constructed in Noem, Saudi Arabia in the northwest part of the country. The linear city is planned to stretch for 170 kilometers, or just under 106 miles long, but only be about 200 meters, or about 650 feet wide and 500 meters, or about 1,600 feet tall.

It will also run on 100 percent renewable energy and it will preserve 95 percent of the surrounding land for nature, according to the megacity’s website.

The video claimed residents will have access to their daily needs, within five minutes and that they can travel from one end of the city to the other in only 20 minutes.


“The Line” will also have Artificial Intelligence technology, making services autonomous.

Additionally, it will be lined with a mirror-type coating with a temperate climate as it provides, “equitable views” and access to nature.

In response to the Saudi pet project, Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) tweeted, “This is the future they want for us. This is the ‘new world order’ in its pure form. We cannot allow this kind of stuff to become reality.”

The Daily Wire’s Matt Walsh also tweeted, “I’d rather be dead than live in something like this,” adding “From “don’t build a wall” to “build a wall and live inside it. This is an exciting opportunity for anyone who has ever dreamed of living in a termite colony.”

Walsh’s colleague Michael Knowles added, “Saudi Arabia figured out a way to cram all the city-dwelling libs into a giant wall that they never have to leave and convinced them it’s really cool and progressive.”

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