Even as he personally galivants around the world in his gas-guzzling private jet, Schwab is convinced that those "lower" than him on the power and money totem pole have no right to own a car. According to Schwab, they should be forced to "walk or share," though it is unclear precisely who they would share with if nobody is allowed to own a car in his envisioned new world order.
Since it could be difficult to outright ban cars, Schwab has suggested manipulating the markets and money systems to price out ordinary people from ever being able to afford a car. Much like the globalists have already done with housing, if the money changers can concoct a scheme to make cars too expensive for the average man, then car ownership will effectively become out of reach with no need for a ban.
A paper recently published by the WEF promotes a stepping stone to that endgame in the form of "communal sharing of cars," which the globalist body says must become part of a "circular approach" to reducing global demand for precious metals and fossil fuels.
By jacking up gas prices as they continue to do, the globalists are incrementally pricing the general public out of car ownership – all in the name of "global warming," of course.
"The global elites in Geneva, Switzerland, are now instructing their Young Global Leaders embedded in governments around the world that far too many people own private vehicles and they must be priced out of the market with massive gas price hikes," writes Baxter Dmitry for Newspunch. (Related: At a recent WEF event, the UN official declared that "we own the science".)
Because cars and vans in England are used just 4 percent of the time on average, according to the WEF, nobody there are anywhere should be allowed to own them. Instead, people need to pour their cash into ridesharing apps just to get around town.
"Car sharing platforms such as Getaround and BlueSG have already seized that opportunity to offer vehicles where you pay per hour used," the report states.
Imagine trying to get around in the average American town or city, which lacks adequate public transportation infrastructure, with just a ride share app. This is what the WEF wants for your future.
Recognizing that existing infrastructure makes this next to impossible, the WEF is also pushing for a total reinvention of cities as we currently know them. The goal is to make them all "smart," meaning no individual will be able to live without being connected to the system.
"A design process that focuses on fulfilling the underlying need instead of designing for product purchasing is fundamental to this transition," the WEF says. "This is the mindset needed to redesign cities to reduce private vehicles and other usages."
The WEF further indicated in a separate article that gas prices did not get nearly high enough in 2022. To get them even higher, the globalist body has summoned its legions of Young Global Leaders – Ivanka Trump is one of them, by the way – to push for an end to all tax credits for oil, gas, and coal production.
"This idea isn't new," Dmitry says. "Basically it's the same idea as pricing fossil fuels based upon their carbon content. The result would make gas an unaffordable luxury for the vast majority of the population."
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