The drastic measures for “climate protection” by reducing the carbon dioxide emissions, which have been declared dangerous, are taking on clear contours. The focus is on mobiles, real estate and latent expropriations.
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Combustion engines will be banned from 2035
The end of the combustion engine from 2035 in the European Union (EU) has already been decided. In the name of climate protection, only zero-emission vehicles may be sold or registered from this point on. But this is already too late, according to Greenpeace’s “climate expert”, Tobias Austrup. In order to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees, combustion engines must be banned throughout Europe by 2028. The fact that e-vehicles only remain emission-free when they are driven, but not when they are manufactured, goes unmentioned. This applies in particular to the production of car batteries.
With around 46 million vehicles currently registered in Germany, phase-out by 2035 is a gigantic ambition. It is already foreseeable that this number of e-vehicles will quickly push the power supply to its limits. It may be that this number of e-cars is not planned at all, since the cost of such a vehicle with a simultaneous impoverishment program can no longer be considered for the majority of people. All of this because of the only traces of CO2 that are necessary for plant growth essential CO2.
“Climate protection” is also extended to real estate
What applies to the mobile should obviously also apply to the immobile. The EU has already announced that it will target residential buildings, among other things, as part of the climate law to reduce emissions by 55 percent by 2030. Thermal insulation of efficiency class “F” is required for residential buildings from 2030. If this cannot be fulfilled, the owner is required to either carry out the renovation measures or give up the building due to the “forced closure”. Even if many house and apartment owners have to give up due to the horrendously high renovation costs, the “big rest” will inevitably lead to a massive increase in rental costs.
Legislation for expropriations already in place
A wave of expropriation by house and apartment owners is looming. The legal basis for expropriations is already on 12. December 2019 created. The federal government at the time implemented an amendment to the “Lastenausgleichsgesetz” (“Burden Equalization Act”). For example, the amendment to Article 21 of the “Lastenausgleichsgesetz” reads:
What thought comes up? The “Lastenausgleichsgesetz” was originally passed to provide financial assistance to those injured in World War II by taking money from the haves. An expropriation. Now the definition of “war victims” has been dropped and replaced with social concerns. This change, which was approved in December 2019, will apply from January 1st, 2024.
In the name of the so-called climate protection, a gigantic redistribution of assets from the broad masses to a sparsely populated peak.