The World Economic Forum (WEF) which is led by Klaus Schwab and meets every year in Davos, has added to its mission statement that people do not have the right to own their own car and can instead “walk or carpool”.
According to the WEF, there are too many people who own their own vehicles and this situation presents a “problem for global warming”, which “must be corrected”. The Forum added on its website that one proposed solution is to fix prices in the car market to keep them artificially high and discourage buying.
Previously, the WEF had published an article stating that community car sharing should become part of a “circular approach” to reduce the number of vehicles on the road. The few cars that there would be, according to the Forum, should be state owned and people should rent them from the state.
These claims are obviously extremely hypocritical, as all the senior members of the WEF own private jets, which they use to fly to Davos every year. It should be noted that a plane trip generates emissions equivalent to that of 336 cars combined.
This argument of the Davos Forum is not only reduced to caring for the environment, but also has to do with the destruction of the concept of private property. In all the solutions proposed by the WEF, the end of private property is central; from cars to houses.
“A design process that focuses on satisfying the underlying need instead of designing the product for purchase and possession is essential for this transition to a circular economy,” the WEF states in another of its articles. “This is the necessary mentality to redesign cities and daily life to reduce the carbon impact,” they conclude.
In the article, the WEF claims that it is a good thing that fuel prices are rising, and that they are still not high enough. “First, the major democracies should agree to end the undervaluation of fossil fuels, which is the main factor preventing a transition to clean energy,” they say.
And, as usual, the organization that counts among its ranks the main ministers of the world’s Economy, ensures that the tax exemptions that have been given to try to reduce the prices of gasoline and gasoline to consumers must be eliminated. “The major G20 democracies should collectively commit to phasing out tax breaks for the production and consumption of fossil fuels.”
With information from La Derecha Diario