WEF Speaker Praises Cities Where People Don’t Own Cars, Is “Sustainable”

In addition to advocating for eating insects instead of meat along with wanting people to own nothing and be happy, one participant in the World Economic Forum (WEF) conference in Davos, Switzerland floated the idea of a car-free lifestyles pointing to cities, like Zurich, where people don’t have to own cars. The group came out for ending private car ownership last year.

As an aside, the WEF recently denied accusations made against the group about their ideas of The Great Reset, eating insects instead of meat, and You’ll own nothing and be happy as conspiracy theories. But, as Michael Shellenberger reveals, they’re not.

The World Economic Forum was formed by Klaus Schwab in 1971 as an organization dedicated to resolve international conflicts. If what has been happening in the last few years, as evidenced by the turmoil in places like Holland and Sri Lanka, the WEF now exists to create conflicts with it’s advocacy of environmental policies.