Silicon Valley elites have messed up San Fran so bad that they've bought $800M of land to build a new "utopia"
· Aug 28, 2023 ·

The Marxist cycle continues!

A mystery company backed by Silicon Valley billionaires has been snatching up land in a northern California county in an apparent bid to build an entirely new city in the state.

The New York Times reported those investors include some of the Valley's most recognizable names, from Marc Andreessen to Laurene Powell Jobs.

The company, Flannery Associates, has spent $800 million to purchase thousands of acres of farmland in Solano County, which sits northeast of San Francisco, court documents obtained by Insider show.

As I said, the cycle begins anew!

It's interesting: Silicon Valley exploded in the San Francisco Bay area in the decades following WWII as low taxes, great climate, and family-friendly neighborhoods combined with research at military bases and local universities like Stanford.

By the '80s, Silicon Valley was booming with tech development - it still has the highest percentage of homes valued at $1 million or more in the United States! The region has contributed more to the technological achievement of humanity in the past few decades than any place in history to date.

But with those insane levels of wealth and innovation came the elitist ideals of making themselves little gods, and boy oh boy do narcissistic billionaires love toying with thought experiments like those of Karl Marx in their free time.

The results of those experiments have been the "progressive" policies that have plunged California into woke chaos.

Travis Air Force base was a crucial part of the R&D that happened in Silicon Valley. The new utopia practically engulfs the entire base.

"So the entire base is encircled now," Catherine Moy, mayor of Fairfield, told ABC 7 News. "So there's no part that isn't touched by Flannery."

Little is known about Flannery Associates or its specific city plans.

According to the Times, the company is led by Jan Sramek, a 36-year-old former Goldman Sachs trader.

Flannery's backers include Andreessen, Powell Jobs, Michael Moritz of Sequoia Capital, LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman, and others, according to the report.

Reid Hoffman has spent big money to attack Trump and LinkedIn is insufferably woke.

Laurene Powell Jobs is the owner of The Atlantic, which is so woke it's become a meme.

Marc Andreessen is the founder of Mosaic and Netscape, the first widely-used internet browsers, and while he isn't a full woke-commie, he also sits on the board of Facebook/Meta.

Others, like Michael Moritz, have openly criticized the policies that have allowed California to become a crime-ridden, needle-filled hellscape.

So what does this dream-team of woke acolytes and disillusioned billionaire elites have planned for this new Californian mecca?

In 2017, Flannery Associates pitched an idea to turn the Solano County land into a walkable city powered by clean energy and housing tens of thousands of residents, The Times reported. Real estate data shows that the current median housing price in the county is $585,000.

And from The Guardian:

Recently, Flannery has been meeting with local officials and representatives, according to the Times. It has also been sending out opinion polls to local residents to gauge their feelings on an initiative that could appear on Solano county voter's ballots, according to the newspaper SF Gate.

"This project would include a new city with tens of thousands of new homes, a large solar energy farm, orchards with over a million new trees, and over ten thousand acres of new parks and open space," a screenshot of the survey obtained by the newspaper reads.

You can throw all the money in the world at glittering, utopian projects, but if there isn't a good moral foundation and good ideals behind it, it's like building a castle on sand.

Good luck with your next "neo-Marxist city on a hill" project, Cali elites. We'll be here when it's time to start the cycle again!

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