GREEN MOVEMENT’S ROTTEN CORE EXPOSED IN NEW VIDEO

The Tesla battery alone weighs 800kg—that’s nearly a ton—equivalent to ten
passengers (an average petrol engine + fuel weighs about 140kg).
Every  servicing  garage  will  be  compelled  to  buy  a  completely  new  suite  of
tools, lifts, ramps etc. under electrical safety regulations for EVs.
•  Death from exposure. In winter, travelling, say, over the Yorkshire moors in a
blizzard  at  night,  you  are  likely  to  die.  The  car  ‘dies’,  as  battery  power  drops
due to the cold. There is now no heating. You freeze inside, you freeze outside
trying to find help. Petrol and diesel cars do not have this problem.
7
As  most  of  the  numpties,  who  think  electric  cars  are  viable,  live  in  towns  the
above  point  doubtless  passes  them  by,  but  the  huge  potential  for  traffic
clogging  due  to  ‘dead’  electric  vehicles  has  not  been  considered
8
,  nor  has  the
issue  of  time  to  recharge.  Currently  an  average  petrol  car  takes  about  five
minutes  to  fill  up  with  petrol,  pay  and  depart.  If  an  electric  car  takes  a
minimum  of  75  minutes  to  recharge  (five 
hours
  is  more  likely),  either  the
queues  are  going  to  be  astronomical
9
  and  the  time  wasted  ditto  (
see  also  note
4.
)  or  there  will  need  to  be  nearly 
five  million
  charge  points  installed  at  an
estimated roll out cost of £20 billion.
The  BBC  took  an  electric  car  from  London  to  Edinburgh.  It  took  three
days, slower than a stagecoach. People sometimes need to get to places quickly!
In case anyone thinks that there is a miracle battery just over the horizon,
The Tesla battery alone weighs 800kg—that’s nearly a ton—equivalent to ten
passengers (an average petrol engine + fuel weighs about 140kg).
Every  servicing  garage  will  be  compelled  to  buy  a  completely  new  suite  of
tools, lifts, ramps etc. under electrical safety regulations for EVs.
•  Death from exposure. In winter, travelling, say, over the Yorkshire moors in a
blizzard  at  night,  you  are  likely  to  die.  The  car  ‘dies’,  as  battery  power  drops
due to the cold. There is now no heating. You freeze inside, you freeze outside
trying to find help. Petrol and diesel cars do not have this problem.
7
As  most  of  the  numpties,  who  think  electric  cars  are  viable,  live  in  towns  the
above  point  doubtless  passes  them  by,  but  the  huge  potential  for  traffic
clogging  due  to  ‘dead’  electric  vehicles  has  not  been  considered
8
,  nor  has  the
issue  of  time  to  recharge.  Currently  an  average  petrol  car  takes  about  five
minutes  to  fill  up  with  petrol,  pay  and  depart.  If  an  electric  car  takes  a
minimum  of  75  minutes  to  recharge  (five 
hours
  is  more  likely),  either  the
queues  are  going  to  be  astronomical
9
  and  the  time  wasted  ditto  (
see  also  note
4.
)  or  there  will  need  to  be  nearly 
five  million
  charge  points  installed  at  an
estimated roll out cost of £20 billion.
The  BBC  took  an  electric  car  from  London  to  Edinburgh.  It  took  three
days, slower than a stagecoach. People sometimes need to get to places quickly!
In case anyone thinks that there is a miracle battery just over the horizon,
The Tesla battery alone weighs 800kg—that’s nearly a ton—equivalent to ten
passengers (an average petrol engine + fuel weighs about 140kg).
Every  servicing  garage  will  be  compelled  to  buy  a  completely  new  suite  of
tools, lifts, ramps etc. under electrical safety regulations for EVs.
•  Death from exposure. In winter, travelling, say, over the Yorkshire moors in a
blizzard  at  night,  you  are  likely  to  die.  The  car  ‘dies’,  as  battery  power  drops
due to the cold. There is now no heating. You freeze inside, you freeze outside
trying to find help. Petrol and diesel cars do not have this problem.
7
As  most  of  the  numpties,  who  think  electric  cars  are  viable,  live  in  towns  the
above  point  doubtless  passes  them  by,  but  the  huge  potential  for  traffic
clogging  due  to  ‘dead’  electric  vehicles  has  not  been  considered
8
,  nor  has  the
issue  of  time  to  recharge.  Currently  an  average  petrol  car  takes  about  five
minutes  to  fill  up  with  petrol,  pay  and  depart.  If  an  electric  car  takes  a
minimum  of  75  minutes  to  recharge  (five 
hours
  is  more  likely),  either  the
queues  are  going  to  be  astronomical
9
  and  the  time  wasted  ditto  (
see  also  note
4.
)  or  there  will  need  to  be  nearly 
five  million
  charge  points  installed  at  an
estimated roll out cost of £20 billion.
The  BBC  took  an  electric  car  from  London  to  Edinburgh.  It  took  three
days, slower than a stagecoach. People sometimes need to get to places quickly!
In case anyone thinks that there is a miracle battery just over the horizon,
The Tesla battery alone weighs 800kg—that’s nearly a ton—equivalent to ten
passengers (an average petrol engine + fuel weighs about 140kg).
Every  servicing  garage  will  be  compelled  to  buy  a  completely  new  suite  of
tools, lifts, ramps etc. under electrical safety regulations for EVs.
•  Death from exposure. In winter, travelling, say, over the Yorkshire moors in a
blizzard  at  night,  you  are  likely  to  die.  The  car  ‘dies’,  as  battery  power  drops
due to the cold. There is now no heating. You freeze inside, you freeze outside
trying to find help. Petrol and diesel cars do not have this problem.
7
As  most  of  the  numpties,  who  think  electric  cars  are  viable,  live  in  towns  the
above  point  doubtless  passes  them  by,  but  the  huge  potential  for  traffic
clogging  due  to  ‘dead’  electric  vehicles  has  not  been  considered
8
,  nor  has  the
issue  of  time  to  recharge.  Currently  an  average  petrol  car  takes  about  five
minutes  to  fill  up  with  petrol,  pay  and  depart.  If  an  electric  car  takes  a
minimum  of  75  minutes  to  recharge  (five 
hours
  is  more  likely),  either  the
queues  are  going  to  be  astronomical
9
  and  the  time  wasted  ditto  (
see  also  note
4.
)  or  there  will  need  to  be  nearly 
five  million
  charge  points  installed  at  an
estimated roll out cost of £20 billion.
The  BBC  took  an  electric  car  from  London  to  Edinburgh.  It  took  three
days, slower than a stagecoach. People sometimes need to get to places quickly!
In case anyone thinks that there is a miracle battery just over the horizon,

Here is an excellent short video which highlights the contradiction at the heart of the green movement, namely that it is funded by the very people that it opposes – the billionaires who run the major banks and fossil fuel companies.

via climate science

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May 19, 2020 at 01:30AM

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