Cars banned from 75% of London Roads in Hackney!! πŸ˜‘

The anti-car plans are getting ever more draconian!

In the wake of London’s Islington Council announcing it wants to ban cars from 70% of its roads, Hackney Council went further yesterday and said it will bar cars from 75% of its tarmac. The anti-car march continues – from London to Scotland to other parts of the world, this is getting very depressing for car lovers.

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  1. The most bombed priority target in German occupied Europe was the Luna Werke in Germany which researched, developed and made synthetic oil. If it had not been and research, development and production thus severely disrupted, the German army would have not run out of petrol at key battles including the Ardennes Offensive (‘Battle of the Bulge’ as better know via that title of the famous film) and in the case of the latter campaign the panzers would have been across the River Meuse with a reinvigorated Luftwaffe as support (Allied Intelligence reports and subsequent post-war studies confirmed this).

    At the end of the war, the US, Britain and any other country with a modicum of common sense would have garnered enough information though captured scientists, blueprints etc to start their own synthetic oil production for both military and civil use (the US obtained a lot of V2 Rockets and members of the scientific team including Werner von Braun under ‘Operation Paperclip’ to start their own rocket and missile production which lead to NASA and the eventual Moon landings).

    Assuming that synthetic oil production has enjoyed considerable investment and support from 1945 to the present day, this means that those nations that have acquired this technology after World War Two would be in a position to possess virtually unlimited stocks of Petrol, Oil and Lubricants (POL) and thus render electric cars and other such battery and electric vehicles a rather unwieldly and expensive luxury!

    In the words of a surviving (103-year-old!) SS Panzer officer, ‘Synthetic fuels today, unlimited momentum tomorrow!’

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