Uncle’s Unusual Laissez Faire Attitude Toward EVs

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Here’s a little rant about the interestingly laissez faire attitude of the busybodies and control freaks who constitute the government toward the risks – the actual dangers – posed by electric vehicles.

Saaaaaaaaaaaaaaafety only matters when it doesn’t conflict with control.

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  1. Morning eric. Here’s an article on G’s latest victims of censorship. If this isn’t proof positive it’s a govt. agency I don’t know what it would take to convince someone. Of course, it’s a big win for Israel too. To add a little more to it, Saudi Arabia has jumped on board since Iran is a sworn enemy.

    For what it’s worth, I’m convinced….and not recently, arming and enabling Saudi Arabia will come to bite the US in the butt. https://lewrockwell.us7.list-manage.com/track/click?u=6ad24f4cd1574f1f7b8a0a03a&id=3e73dbe94c&e=62e95e6f13

  2. Agenda 21, UN2030, whatever you call it, it’s all part of the plan to control the masses and take away our transportation and means of mobility

    Love to see them try and take my cars away now

  3. WRT the cell phones, only one was prohibited on airliners: the Samsung Galaxy 7. That phone was called out BY NAME in the airline’s manuals. The other phones were permitted on board.

    • The Galaxy Note was singled out because it had a design flaw (or multiple flaws, I don’t recall in detail) that gave it a higher-than-average likelyhood of self-igniting into a lithium fire. Not the kind of thing you want on an airplane. Most phones and portable batteries don’t have that.


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