World Economic Forum Paper Declares ‘Time To Look Beyond’ Private Car Ownership
According to a newly published paper from the World Economic Forum (WEF), private car ownership is “wasteful” and should be abolished.
To get around that problem, the WEF suggests community-sharing cars. Arguing that the initiative alone would lessen global demands for “critical metals” and fossil fuels.
“We need a clean energy revolution, and we need it now,” the paper began.
The article continued: “But this transition from fossil fuels to renewables will need large supplies of critical metals such as cobalt, lithium, nickel, to name a few. Shortages of these critical minerals could raise the costs of clean energy technologies.”
Warning about “unintended consequences,” the paper argued that it is “it is time to look beyond” and consider “three mindset changes” that can “help reduce demand for critical metals.”
Klaus Schwab at the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos:
"The future is built by us, by a powerful community as you here in this room." pic.twitter.com/zgs4ZhSkLR
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) May 23, 2022
One of these so-called mindset changes involves people selling their cars, walking more often, and ultimately sharing vehicles.
“Car sharing platforms such as Getaround and BlueSG have already seized that opportunity to offer vehicles where you pay per hour used,” the paper included.
The WEF went on to suggest that this community-sharing “mindset” must be applied to other areas of life such as private homes. “Go from owning to using,” they encourage.
The basic gist of the whole piece is shifting the world towards the “you will own nothing, and you will be happy” platform that is now the tagline line for the WEF’s “Great Reset” plan for 2030.
In 2018 WEF made predictions for 2030,
"You'll own nothing
And be happy"
"Meat will be a special treat"
Today WEF pressures farmers to do that,
The WEF created this… pic.twitter.com/SuXBkrr7nF
— Josephine Cashman (@Josieamycashman) July 15, 2022
“More sharing can reduce ownership of idle equipment and thus material usage,” they wrote. “To enable a broader transition from ownership to usership, the way we design things and systems need to change too.”
The paper later states that redesigns would eventually be applied to cities.
We have seen this globalist message all throughout the mainstream media in recent months and even years, as the Western world is being told the consumption of gas must be reduced in place of electric vehicles.
The “climate apocalypse” has become a hot-button issue for the Biden administration, which has parroted similar talking points regarding the world’s need to “push the reset button.”
For example, just recently Director of the White House’s National Economic Council, Brian Deese, argued that the President’s policies will make Americans pay more at the pump, but that it’s a good thing.
CNN asks WH's Brian Deese what he'd tell Americans who can't afford to pay high gas prices for months/years if military analysts project the Russia-Ukraine war to go so long
Notes progress but also: "this is about the future of the liberal world order and we have to stand firm" pic.twitter.com/vlY2I5v2Xs
— Alex Thompson (@AlexThomp) July 1, 2022
“What do you say to those families that say, ‘listen, we can’t afford to pay $4.85 a gallon for months, if not years, this is just not sustainable?’” the CNN host asked Deese.
“What we heard from the President today was a clear articulation of the stakes. This is about the future of the Liberal World Order and we have to stand firm,” Deese responded.
Big League Politics has reported on Biden outright saying that a “New World Order” is his major public policy goal. And many of his statements line up with the WEF’s plan for 2030.
But of course, we’re still being told this is all a major conspiracy theory.