Do what I say, not what I do: this is also the motto of the World Economic Forum. While the “green transition” is being radically pushed forward and people around the world want to tell people what they are allowed to consume and possess and what they are not, it seems to do very little with the green agenda. May go. At a panel at the meeting in Davos in 2022, the moderator asked the audience in the room how many of the attendees would own an electric car. Conclusion: Not even five percent of the spectators came.
The full video of the panel can be seen on the WEF YouTube channel here. The topic of debate was China’s role in the global energy transition. The participants always tried to emphasize that China is also committed to achieving climate goals (even if the reality hardly reflects this, after all they still rely mainly on coal-fired electricity). . Moderator Ling Xueling talked about this with, among others, a representative from CATL, one of the world’s largest battery makers for electric vehicles. This naturally emphasized the rapid development of electric vehicles and higher demand for batteries.
Explosive: As part of the debate about e-mobility, Schuling addressed the audience directly and asked with a wave of his hand who was driving an electric car. The result was dire: not even five percent of those present came. Even WEF supporters aren’t setting a “good” example here (as we know, electric cars are not a “green” solution for the environment).
So I’ll put this out to the audience right away and say: How many of you are driving an electric vehicle right now? (Counting) One, two, three, four… So I would say probably less than five percent of the people sitting here in this room.
Translated: So I’ll put this to the audience and ask: How many of you are currently driving an electric vehicle? (Counts) One, two, three, four… I would say that the number of people sitting in this room is probably less than five percent.
During the discussion, it was rightly noted several times that it is essential that citizens change their consumption behavior to meet the climate agenda. However, the acceptance of so-called “solutions” such as electric cars among those present at Davos clearly demonstrated that these changes will hardly be voluntary. The globalists themselves, who want to rise above the population and decide how they should live, will certainly be excluded from any coercive measures.