Sounds like a cynical exaggeration? Here is the short of it:
1. Ireland Fast-Tracks Law Effectively Banning Gas Vehicles Within A Decade. Is The US Next? (full article below). Numerous western countries ban gas vehicles by 2035-2050.
2. There is only enough lithium on the planet to replace about 5 percent of the existing cars with fully electric cars. Plus, there is not enough electricity to charge these 5% of Full Electric cars, and there will be much less after oil heating, coal and nuclear power are abolished.
Meaning: Only the upper 1 -5 percent of the population will drive a car at all in a few years (if the globalist’s CO2 policies are implemented).
The highest density of fully electric cars in 2020 is in the Netherlands where 1.6.% of all cars are fully electric, that’s after trillions of dollars of subsidies being spent worldwide. World lithium reserves are 10 Million tons. In the best case, reserves may last 16.9 years.