People Are Now Being Advised to Get Rid of Their Cars

Today, gas prices are a significant factor in the lives of Americans. Because of gas prices being so high, some people are cutting back on the amount of time they spend driving each week.

Other people are making the case for employers to allow remote work opportunities, due to the growing costs attached to daily work commutes.

The White House, on the other hand, is insisting that a transfer over to electric vehicles is going to solve problems with gas prices. What the administration isn’t mentioning, though, are all the issues to come up with EV charging stations not working.

In the middle of all this, the World Economic Forum (WEF) is now advising people to get rid of their cars altogether, per Breitbart News.

The WEF on Private Car Ownership

The World Economic Forum essentially argues that for the purpose of the environment, people should reconsider owning and using individual cars.

This, per the WEF, will lessen fossil fuels and cut back on the need for various metals. The group then goes on to advise people to carpool as an alternative to using their own vehicles to get them from point a to point b.

However, cars are only part of what the WEF is targeting. This organization also believes that private ownership itself isn’t something that’s of very great importance.

The WEF has repeatedly endorsed systems that take care of widescale needs, rather than property purchases that allow for individuals to meet their own needs and wants.

This is a vital reason why many critics of the WEF view it as a globalist organization that’s out to control and restructure people’s lives.

This call against private car ownership comes weeks after one of the Biden administration’s top aides called for the embrace of a “liberal world order.”

Responses From Everyday People

As it turns out, most folks aren’t too keen on being bossed around or micromanaged by the World Economic Forum. Americans especially don’t take very kindly to calls against them owning cars, homes, or other forms of private property.

This isn’t the first time WEF landed in hot water with the general public either.

Recently, reports have indicated the organization is planning to purchase farmland from farmers in Dutch who lost their livelihoods due to climate change reforms.

It is the view of many people that the World Economic Forum has a vested interest in uprooting people’s lives in order to force through the “liberal world order” previously referenced by the Biden administration.

What is your response to the World Economic Forum calling for people to reconsider car ownership? Would you be willing to get rid of your car for the sake of the environment? Let us know in the comments feed.

This article appeared in New Vision News and has been published here with permission.