In the upcoming season of You Don’t Own Nothing Goyim, goyim may not even own a car.
Motorists are to be given up to £3,000 to replace their cars with greener forms of transport.
Drivers in built-up areas with the most polluting cars will receive public money to abandon their vehicle for ‘credits’.
These will be used on alternative modes of transport such as bicycles and electric scooters but will also work on congestion-easing forms like public transport, car clubs and taxis.
It is hoped that the move will reduce car dependency in major cities.
The scheme will be trialled for two years in Coventry this spring, targeted at those with diesel cars built before 2016 and petrol motors before 2006, according to The Times.
Motorists in the area who agree to have their car towed away for the duration of the trial will be given between £1,500 and £3,000 to spend on alternative transport.
The West Midlands scheme is being paid for as part of a £22million ‘future transport’ initiative funded by the government.
A similar programme could also take place in Hampshire, where the county council is pondering a ‘mobility credit scheme’ for residents who agree to give up their car for good.
Things like a car and a house are just like your rights and your money: you used to have them.
But due to the virus and global warming and stuff, you can’t have them anymore.
Everything on earth has to go to Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates, in order to save the planet.