London’s DAILY Driving Tax

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The World Economic Forum (WEF) has a firm grip on London. The WEF has warned us that they plan to ban private car ownership to save the world. All it takes is the stroke of a pen for these asinine ideas to become law. London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) law is not going as planned as the people are fighting back.

The new law charges drivers in high-traffic areas a £15 tax PER DAY to use their vehicle. It does not matter if you drive a Hummer or a Tesla; the government needs your money to save the environment. If you drive outside of a congested area, you will be subject to a £12.50 daily fine. People are already grappling with the cost of living crisis, but the government simply does not care. Londoners could pay up to £300 simply to drive to work or school and even those who live in the designated ULEZ zone cannot bypass the tax.

The government has installed CCTV cameras around the city to enforce the tax. A group called the Blade Runners has emerged and they are working to protect the public by removing these dystopian cameras. “There are 24 hours in a day. We either fight it or accept it. We do whatever we can,” said the activist when speaking to the Daily Mail. “What we will achieve by our actions is the removal of the infrastructure and waking up the sleeping masses to what is really going on.”

People are celebrating this group that has effectively dismantled over a quarter of CCTV cameras. The police are launching Operation Eremon as a counterattack but have not stated the exact penalties. Tory MP Iain Duncan Smith celebrates those who “cement up the cameras or put plastic bags over them.” Nigel Farage posted on X, “When laws become enemies of men, men become enemies of laws. I have been firmly told that in our area no ULEZ camera will stay up for very long.” The people are powerful when they come together – resistance is not futile.