posted on Aug, 7 2017 @ 03:54 AM
The EUrogarchs and NATO had 2 objectives during the past 16 years (among others):
1) Hide the real number of casualties in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq
2) Reinforce the UN panel on climate change and other global warming supporters
2) Impair people's abilities to own cars and severely limit people's mobility, plus guarantee that Europol can electronically hack and control your
The trick they have been using is to mix up the idea of electric cars and self-driving cars into a single thing to make sure that car buying price and
ownership would become extremely expensive overall.
Myth1 : Electric cars are expensive because they are a new technology especially due to Li-Ion batteries.
Electric cars are not a new technology and existed during the 20s. Li-Ion batteries are a new technology but due to their massive production during
the past 10 years they are not anymore to be considered expensive.
Myth2 : Electric cars require more complex software and electronics systems compared to internal combustion cars.
This is blatantly false, because the mechanical complexity is much simpler with electric cars especially the control logic that act upon the electric
Myth3 : Self-driving cars are safer because human error causes most accidents on the road.
This is a fraud because most of the worst accidents on the road are caused by excessive traffic of heavy vehicles (big commercial trucks) and bad
maintenance of vehicles.
Myth4 : The deaths and severe injuries caused by car accidents has been increasing since about 10 years.
Here's where the military fraud comes into play. NATO armed forces are hiding their real casualties in the Afghan and Iraqi war (deaths and severe
injuries) and disguising them as 'car accidents' since about 2005-2006.
The number of deaths in the battlefield or grave injuries are reported in NATO countries statistics as car accidents.
Myth5 : Electric cars must provide self-driving capabilities and very fancy electronic and software systems to their owner otherwise they do not
represent a leap in technology.
Again electric cars existed already during the 20s and there's no way that an electric motor can be made to appear as a new and revolutionary
Myth6 : Electric cars are to replace all internal combustion cars some time in the future.
This is only applicable in countries and areas in which Nuclear Energy and nuclear fuel cycles are fully developed, because it would render transport
fully dependent on electricity. This can only be achieved with nuclear energy, as other hydrocarbon based production would simply be shifting the
balance from one hydrocarbon to another, or from a local energy production to a centralized energy production. Moreover the centralized energy
production would be strained and a failure of one such power plant would result in a paralysis of an entire region or country in the worst case.
Myth7 : The best way to use the new AI and electric drive technology is on cars, and this would reduce dependency on hydrocarbons.
Actually the best way to exploit AI and self-driving technologies together with electric drive is on the development and consolidation of train
transport for heavy cargo. That includes modernization of classic railway for the operation of automated (drone trains) and magnetic levitation
technology for transport of cargo on "special rails"
This would significantly reduce the need of big semi-trailers moving long distances on highways and leave the road free for small vehicles.
Semi-trailers or container trucks would only be used from a railway hub to a final destination, hopefully no more than 50Km away from the hub.