Average daily maximum temperatures in the US during 2022 were just about average since 1895, and down almost three degrees since 1934.#ClimateScam pic.twitter.com/zDlCFGcroB— Tony Heller (@TonyClimate) January 1, 2023
A solar farm needs 240 times more land than a small modular nuclear reactor to produce the same amount of electricity according to Dominion Energy. pic.twitter.com/gtysG8IUOW— Brian Gitt (@BrianGitt) January 4, 2023
Coming for our cars
WEF Declares People Have No Right To Own Their Own Cars: ‘You Can Walk or Share’https://t.co/89MmmwdeGI— Wittgenstein (@backtolife_2023) January 3, 2023
So not only are they not happy with us having freedom of movement, they are now stretching to reach their ultimate goal – to stop us in our tracks.
Biden recently signed into law a requirement that all vehicles produced after 2026 be fitted with a remote kill switch. Electric vehicles are already equipped with this capability via internet-connected “superchargers.” Buried deep within the massive infrastructure legislation recently signed by President Joe Biden is a little-noticed “safety” measure that will take effect in five years. Marketed to Congress as a benign tool to help prevent drunk driving, the measure will mandate that automobile manufacturers build into every car what amounts to a “vehicle kill switch.” We covered this overreach here, too.
However, there is movement on the EV front. If Japan isn’t super-invested, the mass car market listens. Look at this report from Forbes.
January 6, 2023