All this is chatter and manipulation of general opinion.This is pretty short-sighted. We're already at the point where IPv4 cannot support the "whole internet" any more, ISPs provide IPv4 via CGNAT or DSLITE to customers (sharing a single address for many of them) and there are quite some hosts out there reachable only via IPv6 (most notable here the "beefy" machines building official FreeBSD packages). This doesn't come as a surprise, we all knew 32bit addressing won't hold …
For about 8-15 years, marketers say that ipv4 is about to end, but ipv4 is not over yet!
And most of the internet segment is on ipv4.
We will use ipv4 for at least another 10 years!