Central planning, eh?
I thought that had been tried. And failed. Everywhere. Especially NYC.
This interesting article should have some comment about how urban planning is related to the widespread concern about Agenda 21, i.e., the United Nation's reach into matters that traditionally have been domestic affairs of the sovereign nation, the United States of America. It would be a good way to inform a public now informed by partisan perceptions of good and evil, and would better be explained as a factual reality surrounding future urban planning. Those are the facts worth knowing, and so far I don't really know what they are even though I read what's available in the mainstream media.
Uhhh, right. This really works well in place like Rio de Janeiro Brazil.