The truth uncovered by travellers.
Electric vehicles are beginning their journeys to remote regions of Australia.
You may have seen the ads on TV for hybrid ‘outback ready cars’ from multiple companies.
Allowing this expansion to happen is a string of EV charging stations scattered in various locations.
NRMA is currently trialling “first generation stand alone off-grid charging stations” as part of its National Electric Highway project, that is jointly funded with $70 million by the federal government.
But here’s the comical part about all of this.
The charging stations are containerised with a diesel backup, explorers have recently discovered:
Yes, the ‘clean and green solution’.. needing diesel to sustain itself so far out of the cities.
Reminds me of the cartoon Steve Hunter did for TOTT News last year:
But of course, didn’t you know that this is actually ‘much greener’ than you would think (apparently), ‘using less diesel than a car travelling the same distance’.
‘Yes, that was our narrative all along.. yes’.
What a joke.
The green lobby has switched from ‘death to diesel’ just a few years ago to.. ‘well, as long as it isn’t as bad as diesel in regular cars, I suppose that is all good’.
So, don’t you dare laugh, because this is exactly how it was supposed to go.
A clown agenda that is only just getting started, ladies and gentlemen.
The electric vehicle (EV) ‘revolution’ has begun, and we have seen an array of EV-powered vehicles being introduced in Australia over the past few years — from the latest Tesla range, to ‘hybrid EV utes’.
There is also a push inside of the governments to transition society towards EVs, whether they want it or not, including bans on petrol cars from 2035 and pushes for all public transport to become electric.
We have already faced problems with the increased technologisation of cars in recent decades, including the fact you need to send new models to special engineers instead of repairing it yourself.
Not to mention the gross invasion of privacy that new gadgets and apps are having on out lives.
EVs will only make this worse, further pulling away control of the vehicle to machines and corporations, rather than free humans. Driverless cars are waiting in the pipelines to replace them as well, or be introduced once they realise the electric grid won’t be able to handle the EV shift.
Perhaps that was the plan all along.
But don’t lose hope.
It seems that potentially this entire vision will end up being one giant failure, with lithium demands predicted to not be able to be met in the coming years, even with slave miners hard at work.
Perhaps they have already figured this out for themselves, and this is the reason they need diesel-backups to make even this stage possible. And why they need to shift the narrative too ‘but, it still is cleaner’.
Keep an eye on how much the narrative begins to shift as more challenges begin to emerge.
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