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The handwriting is all over this page. I've posted the conclusive evidence. They're telling you a ban on combustion engine gasoline burning production cars is coming.

The people who complied to covid mandates, moved forward peak oil by 50 years.

It's in the peak oil article I attached on the previous page.

It's right here.

Back in 2015, ConocoPhillips CEO Ryan Lance told Bloomberg it would take another 50 years for electric cars to have a material impact on oil demand—probably not in his lifetime. That was the widely held view just five years ago. Few in the oil industry would make that case today.

Proud to say I never complied, I knew better.
 
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If they can ban gasoline burning cars, they can ban gasoline stations. Imagine what that'll do to the cost of a gallon of gasoline, considering the demand.


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Imagine what that'll do to the cost of a gallon of gasoline, considering the demand.

The blue print has already been made. In the old days B&W film was the norm and color was expensive. With the advent of color B&W chemistry became expensive. You may recall Rhymen Paul Simon begging.... don't take my Kodachrome away! Well the EPA did (due to the chrome in the process) and life went on. There is virtually no film left, it's all digital (electric). You can bet with all the major auto mfg. making the push to electric it's coming. It may wreck our nation but that's acceptable losses.


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Once fully enslaved, no nation, state, city, of this earth, ever afterward resumes its liberty.

^^^^ This is truth. It happened with the European nations that dominated the oceans and it will happen to America! The 20 century was the American century, the 21st century is the Chinese century. The bell curve will not be denied!


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This post shows just how far out of touch the OP really is.
 
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This post shows just how far out of touch the OP really is.


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A Tesla went to the semi's in Super Pro at Sacramento last weekend. That's pretty funny. Laughing Hard
 
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"Pay by th e mile". How is that going to work? I mean, are they simply going to ask you how many miles you drove last year?

Here is an article dated March 12, 2021 that should give you some insight on a couple of states (democrat lead states) and other pilot programs already in place.

"States are leading the way, with Oregon and Utah launching the first programs and several others running pilots to test technology and build public support. The approach has bipartisan support in Washington, and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg has signaled his openness."


https://www.washingtonpost.com...lectric-mileage-tax/


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"Pay by th e mile". How is that going to work? I mean, are they simply going to ask you how many miles you drove last year?

Here is an article dated March 12, 2021 that should give you some insight on a couple of states (democrat lead states) and other pilot programs already in place.

"States are leading the way, with Oregon and Utah launching the first programs and several others running pilots to test technology and build public support. The approach has bipartisan support in Washington, and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg has signaled his openness."


https://www.washingtonpost.com...lectric-mileage-tax/


They're gonna have to tax the living daylights out of the surfs, by the time they get done bailing out all their too big to fail buddies again, this go around.

They have a con for every agenda they wanna get done, planned years in advance. They'll tax you out of gasoline too, if you'll let em.

These democraps are just following orders, according to any given agenda.

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It's not like we have American Big business funding one side and the labor unions funding the other side.

They're both funded by multinational corporations. Feathers of the same bird.

99% Liberals in conservative costumes arguing over transgender bathrooms.

Such a waste of anyone's effort, they already proved they only count the votes of their preference.
 
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...by the time they get done bailing out all their too big to fail buddies again, this go around.

Bail outs will of course continue, but under different cover than in the past. Specifically bank bailouts have changed with the passing of the "Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Act" and "USA passed law in 2010 "Statutory bail-ins". Henceforth, and they are coming as exemplified by Cyprus 2013, the "bail-ins" will be financed by the bank "creditors" (which is you and me the depositors). Which "ensures shareholders and depositors pay their share of costs" in the event of a bank failure. Anyone suffering under the illusion of FDIC take a look at their asset to liability ratio. YOU WILL BE SHOCKED! They have $25Bn asset reserves vs. 9,283Bn liability deposits at US Commercial Banks vs. $297,514Bn liability in total US Financial Derivative Exposure!!! It's a sick joke perpetrated on those gullible enough to believe it. "In 2012, FDIC + BOE created new bail in requirements". America is changing, and changing fast. Those that are prepared will prosper those that are not will be victims w/o recourse.


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...by the time they get done bailing out all their too big to fail buddies again, this go around.

Bail outs will of course continue, but under different cover than in the past. Specifically bank bailouts have changed with the passing of the "Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Act" and "USA passed law in 2010 "Statutory bail-ins". Henceforth, and they are coming as exemplified by Cyprus 2013, the "bail-ins" will be financed by the bank "creditors" (which is you and me the depositors). Which "ensures shareholders and depositors pay their share of costs" in the event of a bank failure. Anyone suffering under the illusion of FDIC take a look at their asset to liability ratio. YOU WILL BE SHOCKED! They have $25Bn asset reserves vs. 9,283Bn liability deposits at US Commercial Banks vs. $297,514Bn liability in total US Financial Derivative Exposure!!! It's a sick joke perpetrated on those gullible enough to believe it. "In 2012, FDIC + BOE created new bail in requirements". America is changing, and changing fast. Those that are prepared will prosper those that are not will be victims w/o recourse.


I remember that in 2012. This has been building for some time, and you're right!! Many are completely oblivious to the whole thing. I have a few people close to me got into Bitcoin early heavily. They're feeling RICH right about now. I keep warning one in my family, if you don't hold it, you don't own it. I don't know about that deal there. I'd be ready to bail on a moments notice, if I were he. I know how mania works! i've been to Vegas, been up large on the Blackjack tables. I know how mania works.

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https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-021-01983-z

This will only get worse if these places that are the worst polluters go to EVs. As I have suspected for a long time, it's not the US that is the biggest problem but the media and liberals make it sound like it is.

I'm not saying that we couldn't do better as far as pollution goes though. We all still have to do our part but don't penalize us when other parts af the world are the biggest part of the problem.



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General Motors tells Chevy Bolt owners to park outside because batteries could catch fire



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I can see where solar power, wind power and hydro power (ocean tides, etc.) will eventually provide all the electricity ever needed. The dinosaurs will Rest In Peace.
 
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A lot of good electric vehicles will be when we don;t have any black top to drive on, or tires to roll on. When we stop drilling for and refining crude oil.

Only 40 to 45 percent of crude makes fuel, the rest is used for thousands of other products. So if we stop making fuel for transportation and heating products...Where do we get the 50+ percent of other petroleum based products?

You can't refine those other chemicals without refining fuel stock products. You can't take a barrel of crude and make it all one thing...everything is in the barrel just the same. How do we dispose of all the fuel products of refining, or is that the next environmental problem?


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I saw today where the Camaro is dead again. Changing the plant to build EV sedans.



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I’ve been seeing a number of Tesla’s in my daily minor commutes to and from work.

Saw at least 3 in the last couple days

Add in some other EV’s or Hybrids and the numbers are rising I’m my area of these cars.
 
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When things get short in supply....Many people of the planet will be eliminated.....The controllers aren't leaving this blue paradise is search of some other planet....We will be leaving......
Who needs to manage billions of PEOPLE....certainly not the Uber Wealthy controllers.....They are not experimenting with targeting virus's for fun..
 
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