The World Economic Forum says that the average car is “only being used 4% of the time” so most people shouldn’t be permitted to own a car. Doing the math, this means that the average person drives their car an hour a day.
Most people have a computer and a cell phone, even though they are given one by their employer. This increases your carbon footprint, they say.
If people only replace their phone every five years instead of every three, they would reduce their carbon footprint, they say.
So the World Economic Forum thinks that we, the peasants, should not own cars. We shouldn’t own phones or computers. No, if we need one, it will be issued to us. Once every five years.
Who determines what you need? Why they do, of course. Not you.
This is nothing more than Soviet style communism.
Andrew Wilkow has coined a phrase called the “everyman king.” It is the idea that the American dream turns every property owner into royalty. You own land, a home, and most of the same luxuries owned by the elites. This means that the everyman has the same access to the same luxuries that the elites have. This cannot be permitted to stand. What good is it being an elite, if any member of the public can get the same stuff that you can?
This is the essence of communism- it is sold to the public as a plan to make everyone equal, but it of course does nothing of the sort, and never has. All communism is good at doing is making those in charge of the communist party into elites who have access to those luxuries that have been denied the everyman.