Einstein insisted that nature is locally real, which is also know as counterfactual defeniteness and means that results of experiments are predetermined. But, if everything is predetermined in every region of space(-time), if everything is predetermined by some hidden variables, then we do not have any room for stochastism (randomness/free will) anywhere. This means that we have superdeterminism -- our space-time is static and everything is know in advance. Is it right?
I mean that if result of your measurement is predetermined by the region of space you are located in, then the property you are chosen to measure is also predetermined by your region properties. You cannot have free will for yourself and determinism for the object that you measure.
I am asking because the famous Bell theorem is known to be inappropriate in case of superdeterminism. Yet, it is used to rule out the local realism. But how can you do that if local realism implies the superdeterminism?