This globalist organization published a paper proving the Left is coming for your cars

The goal of the global Left is for individuals to have ownership over nothing and zero privacy. 

And they believe you won’t just go along with it, you’ll be happy about it. 

And now this globalist organization published a paper proving the Left is coming for your cars. 

Imagine no possessions . . . I wonder if you can

The World Economic Forum is likely the closest thing there is in reality to a New World Order or Illuminati. 

It’s a collection of the richest and most overly-educated elites from across the globe. 

What is pontificated about at the WEF weaves its way down to universities in the United States and fills the minds of America’s next generation. 

Political leaders, both Democrat and RINO use what they learn from the WEF to shape their policy agendas.

And if you appreciate freedom and the Constitution, that should trouble you.  

The WEF has predicted that by 2030 people won’t own anything or have any privacy and be happy about it.

And their next policy push is right in line with that projection. 

No need for greed or hunger . . . a brotherhood of man

WEF officials have released a policy paper calling for an end to privately owned vehicles.

They say more walking and biking, mass transit use, and ride share programs will decrease the need for metals and fossil fuels. 

According to them, that will benefit both the economy and the environment. 

However, there has been little throughout history that has proved to be as big of a boon for the economy than the explosion of the automobile industry. 

Of course, for the WEF’s plan to work, everyone would need to live in urban areas.

But that’s just part of the big picture they want anyway. 

In their paper, “3 circular economy approaches to reduce demand for critical metals” they call for a “clean energy revolution,” saying it is needed now. 

According to the paper, the average automobile in England is driven just 4% of the time.

That’s why they look at ride share programs as a viable alternative to owning a car. 

Imagine all the people . . . sharing all the world

However, the organization which promotes the “Great Reset” did not stop there. 

They apply the same principles to private homes.

The WEF challenges people to “go from owning to using.”

“More sharing can reduce ownership of idle equipment and thus material usage,” the paper reads. “To enable a broader transition from ownership to usership, the way we design things and systems need to change too.”

And the WEF believes you need to sacrifice your privacy to ensure they can monitor for best optimization. 

They suggest cars, for example, could utilize “user profiles” that “create a distinction for work and personal use on the same device” allowing for the “number of devices per person” to be reduced.

“Unless we can dramatically reduce current metal usage, the debate and tension on finding new mines will not go away.”

Are you willing to give up all ownership and privacy?