As the United Nations climate change summit nears, the priorities of globalists and environmental activists are being made public, including the effort to enforce what transportation people are allowed to sell and use.
When world leaders gather in Glasgow they will be transported in electric vehicles as virtue signaling opposition to fossil fuel-powered vehicles, which contribute to so-called climate change.
But now there is another threat preventing the complete transition from gas-powered to electric vehicles, according to Rob de Jong, head of the Sustainable Mobility Unit at the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP).
Jong will be pushing to regulate the used car market, according to the Modern Diplomacy website:
While many developed nations have pledged to phase out petrol and diesel vehicles in