Source: Shane Trejo
The World Bank is suggesting an end to the sale of motor vehicles in the latest psychotically authoritarian “Great Reset” scheme from the globalist elite.
Climate economist Baron Nicholas Stern, an influential British elite, spoke at the World Bank’s “Financing Climate Action” summit on Apr. 21 where he made his Draconian anti-human proposal.
“The right kind of policies have to be put in place, including the abolition of fossil fuel subsidies, the advancement of carbon pricing, but clarity on timescales for decentralization of the grid, clarity on timescales for stopping the sale of internal combustion engine vehicles, and so on—making sure the sense of direction is clear in those ways,” said Stern, who worked as the World Bank’s top economist from 2000 through 2003.
Big League Politics has reported extensively on the Great Reset agenda to destroy freedom for humanity under the guise of helping the environment:
“The attacks on the family, middle class wealth and small business are not isolated. They are
part of a coordinated attack to loot Americans, peonizing us and relegating us to a life of
serfdom. They call it The Great Reset.
Despite the fact that we’re assured — what else? — fact checkers and experts have debunked
this wild conspiracy theory, there is little doubt that the World Economic Forum, a powerful Soros-linked transnational NGO, is pushing for a radical realignment of the American economy.
But don’t take my word for it, they say it themselves: “You’ll own nothing and you’ll be happy.” This, of course, raises the obvious question of who is going to be doing the owning in this future utopia-by-Amazon.
The answer boils down to “not you.” Rallying cries about Big Government can be a bit anachronistic when discussing the Great Reset, which will use not the Eternal Science of Marxism-Leninism as its lodestone, but good, old-fashioned crony capitalism and gangster finance.
A small example of how it’s playing out before our very eyes: Blackrock is a venture capital firm currently paying outrageous prices for suburban family homes. They’re not buying the homes to flip them. Rather, for Blackrock, these are attractive rental investments. So while they might pay 150 over market today, they’re big enough that they can take the hit up front and recoup the loss later.