Your way of speaking about motorists is "them and us" talk. You clearly never drive, but most on this forum do, and don't share your extreme philosophy. You do not have a right to tell other cyclists on a cycling forum what they should or should not think. You represent a strand of thought, which you are free to express and we will take on board, but you are deluded in the extreme if you think most cyclists don't use cars. We do.
I'd just like to say that as a car and motorcycling owning private motorist; classic car enthusiast, and someone who fully appreciates the convenience and usefulness of cars; I absolutely do not support the current status quo of car supremecy.
As a motorist I would support most measures aimed at making car use more expensive and less convenient. Sure it would mean some personal costs and a loss of some convenience but ultimately a price well worth paying for a cleaner, richer, healthier environment, a more cohesive society and a more secure future.
TBH I find the more extreme view to be the idea that: now people have structured their lives around cheap convenient private car use; It would be somehow morally unacceptable to start disincentivising car use.