Why They Are Really Pushing Electric Vehicles
Hint: It's Not About The Climate
Climate change (formally “global warming”) is predicated on the lie that since the industrial revolution, the planet has been warming due to human-created air pollution (CO2). This in turn creates a green house effect, thus warming the average global temperature, melting ice, raising sea levels, killing wildlife, etc, etc, we’re all going to die. The “science” of course doesn’t hold up as it is based on the idea that the earth has a homeostasis for global temperature. The MSM couldn’t use the term “global warming” anymore as it was too descriptive and vulnerable to scrutiny. By changing it to “climate change” the lie becomes more ambiguous. Those who found that the earth is actually cooling, can still fall under the umbrella of climate change. You just won’t hear from them on the MSM because that’s not part of the plan. Yes, the earth certainly goes through cyclical changes in climate, but there is no “real” evidence supporting the claim that we play a massive role in either altering, or contributing to this cycle. I have plans to write a thorough article on this massive hoax, but today I want to focus on a portion of its agenda, to make all privately owned vehicles electric.
The move to eventually replace all combustion engines with fully EV (Electric Vehicles) has been declared by numerous car manufactures such as Toyota, Ford, Volkswagen, GM. The reasoning behind this momentous transformation is to reduce CO2 emissions produced by their vehicles, and save the earth from climate change. Apart from the hypocrisy of creating tons of pollution to mine lithium, EV’s are expensive and, as of now, not very practical.
Although there are models of EV’s claiming a 400mi range, the combined average range for all Ev’s on the market is around 200mi. These tests are also done, using a full charge. Fully charging your EV is not recommended as it puts additional stress on the battery to charge from 90% to 100%. The recommended maximum charge to prolong the health of your battery caps off at 80%. So in reality, EV’s are getting around 150-160mi per charge on average in a real world situation. They aren’t practical at all if you want to go on a road trip. If for some reason you do take one out for a cross country tour, you better plan ahead as there are only 45,000 charging stations across the US, compared to 150,000 gas stations. Instead of a 3min fill up at a gas station, be prepared to wait 30-45min to charge your EV every time.
If your only commuting is based in a large metro area where gas prices are obscene, then EV’s are a decent option. The problem is they don’t want EV’s to just be an option, they want them to be law. Washington just became the newest state to outlaw the sale of combustion engines by the ambitious year 2030.
Washington Governor Jay Inslee stated:
That being said, Ev’s are slowly increasing their range, decreasing their time to charge, and charging stations are sprouting quickly across the globe. By the year 2030 or 2035 EV’s might actually be a practical mode of transportation for road trips, trucking, etc.
The irony in pushing the EV agenda is that the electricity the cars use mostly comes from fossil fuels. Let’s see what Rob Smith wrote on the WEF’s (World Economic Forum) website.
“While these vehicles obviously run on electricity, that electricity typically comes from a mix of emissions-intensive fossil fuels, nuclear energy, and power from renewables. That is, unless you live in country like Norway, which generates virtually all of its electricity from hydropower. But Norway is the exception rather than the rule.”
The actual long term issue with EV’s is that…well they are electric, and electricity can be turned off or denied.
The real agenda here is to control your ability to travel.
Charging stations don’t give you the option to pay in cash. They all require either a bar code connected to a virtual wallet that you scan through your phone/key-tag, or by using a debit/credit card. Here lies the actual motivation for going electric, as the globalist agenda to go cashless draws closer.
The globalists have planned and are scheduling the rollout of CBDC (Central Bank Digital Currency).
Biden’s Executive Order 14030 “U.S. Climate-Related Financial Risk”, administers the use of ESG scores (Environmental, Social, corporate Governance) in the US. This is essentially the same thing as China’s social credit score. Another executive order he signed early last month “Ensuring Responsible Development of Digital Assets” is encouraging the federal reserve to continue its research in developing a CBDC for the US.
When centralized digital currency becomes an institution, the government will have full control of what you can and cannot buy. All digital money transactions will be monitored by a central computer. If the government thinks you are a political danger to them, or that your carbon footprint exceeds the federal limit, they can simply deny any transactions you might want to make. This of course goes way beyond being able to travel freely. Nonetheless, your ability to traverse the country is an important freedom that the globalists plan on taking away.
If you look at a map of existing EV charging stations, it becomes apparent that they are being strategically located to corral the public into mega population centers (democratic cities). The gas station you’d normally find in a small town in the Great Plains will disappear, forcing populations to draw nearer and nearer to big cities. This makes monitoring, and controlling the public herd much more feasible for the globalists.
I have nothing against the technology of EV’s. I actually think it’s pretty neat they exist. They just aren’t as practical or useful as combustion engine vehicles. This is the real reason why the inferior EV is being thrown at us against our will. It isn’t and never was about saving the earth, it’s about limiting and controlling your freedom to travel.
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