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The War On Ownership

The "green" agenda has very little to do with the actual environment.

With the global oil markets in the middle of a major shake up and the petro-dollar being's more of an economic play than anything else.

This is always the case with the "green" agenda.

After all - it's a $50 trillion dollar opportunity for investors, right?

The entire plan hinges on an all encompassing change to the global economy.

We have two competing systems right now.

The east is pushing for a dominant BRIC system.

Anchored by Brazil, Russia, India, and China.

The west is trying to incrementally dissolve the petro-dollar and seamlessly move the world into a global carbon based currency.

Whoever wins out - will control the flow of global investment for the next hundred years.

The plan that western governments are trying to implement is much more complicated though.

By switching the world to a carbon based CBDC - everything needs to change.

This includes various tax structures.

One aspect of moving away from the oil trade is that state govt's can no longer expect the same return from taxing fuel.

Which is why they are testing out a plan to charge drivers by the mile and there's a few 'pilot programs' currently underway.

California seems to be taking the lead on this...

"The plan is borne from the fact that Californians have switched to electric and hybrid vehicles at a faster rate than other states, spurred on by large state, as well as federal, subsidies. As a result, gas consumption has declined, in turn reducing the state’s gas tax receipts. One might think this could be rectified by simply shifting money from the general fund to make up for it. But the state faces up to a $55 billion dollar deficit this year, causing it to consider a host of additional taxes, including a wealth tax."

From the myriad of options available to them; they have chosen to begin tracking drivers with GPS monitors.

You will have to plug one of this GPS trackers directly into your car to log how far you travel & where you go.

"Buyers of electric cars may not have been aware of the new tax-by-the-mile plan before they made the decision to purchase their vehicle. Had they known about the potential added cost, they may have made a different decision. But regardless, California law mandates that all new car sales be electric by 2035." (I believe NY is doing this as well)

All of this reminded me of a clip of Ida Auken speaking at the World Economic Forum.

Her whole pitch is to get rid of ownership; in general.

"Why own a house? Why own a car? Why own anything?"

"Global leaders" have embraced this ideology by adopting the slogan...

"You'll own nothing and be happy"

It's a service economy or a circular economy (as they call it)

Renting over ownership.

This concept is widespread and will have an effect on everything, from your household appliances, to even your clothes.

However, let's stick with their transportation plan.

The point is to make private car ownership more inconvenient than their alternative "service economy"

In the United States...

“Oregon was the first state to consider a mileage tax that would track all of your mileage, with a GPS device, on which roads or streets you drove, and then send a personalized tax bill to each driver. Excess mileage could be charged an extra carbon tax. Now Buttigieg is bringing this to the national level.”

The World Economic Forum loves this idea. At the end of this post - you'll see a link to the WEF website.

They published an article entitled - "Goodbye car ownership, hello clean air: welcome to the future of transport"

"Why own a car?"

In order to get the populace to embrace this idea - they have to make your life inconvenient. They need to create the impetus for change.

"This pay-to-drive scheme essentially turns your car into a rental, where you absorb all the capital and maintenance costs, and you pay a mileage fee to boot."

Just as an example - It's the same pricing scheme that you find when you rent a car at the airport.

However, as it turns out, they are really following the main proposals of the technocracy movement.

Yes, it sounds crazy but the "Technocracy Study Course" addressed this all the way back in 1934!

Here's an excerpt from that document.

"Whereas, at the present time, one buys an expensive automobile, and leaves it parked the greater part of the time in front of his house as evidence of conspicuous consumption, the automobiles that we are speaking of would have to be kept in operation. This would be accomplished by instituting what would resemble a national ‘drive it yourself’ system.

The Automotive Branch of Transportation would provide a network of garages at convenient places all over the country from which automobiles could be had at any hour of the night or day. No automobiles would be privately owned. When one wished to use an automobile he would merely call at the garage, present his driver’s license, and a car of the type needed would be assigned to him."

When he was through with the car he would return it either to the same garage, or to any other garage that happened to be convenient, and surrender his Energy Certificates in payment for the cost incurred while he was using it.

In modern context - the energy certificates = carbon tracking.

Sounds exactly like what they are forcing everybody into today, doesn't it?

You can find a link to the "technocracy study course" right here -


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