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  • An electric bus in New York City, 1904.

    Electric cars of all kinds already existed a hundred years ago and were used everywhere, but no one wanted people to have an economical personal transport with high efficiency, they needed super profits from oil, so the technology did not develop on purpose and now we are presented as something new.

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    An electric bus in New York City, 1904. Electric cars of all kinds already existed a hundred years ago and were used everywhere, but no one wanted people to have an economical personal transport with high efficiency, they needed super profits from oil, so the technology did not develop on purpose and now we are presented as something new. @Roobs
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  • The photo, taken a hundred years ago, shows a charging station for electric cars and electric buses in London. Where did it all go?

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    The photo, taken a hundred years ago, shows a charging station for electric cars and electric buses in London. Where did it all go? @Roobs
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  • 🇯🇵 Japan's Prime Minister Just Said The Nation Is About To Fall Apart Because No One Is Having Babies

    "On the brink" isn't a phrase you use lightly.

    Japan's prime minister says his country is on the brink of not being able to function as a society because of its falling birth rate.

    Fumio Kishida said it was a case of "now or never."

    Again, "now or never" isn't something you say if you're not in a dire situation.

    Japan is in rough shape, y'all, and most people don't even realize it.

    Japan - population 125 million - is estimated to have had fewer than 800,000 births last year. In the 1970s, that figure was more than two million.

    Birth rates are slowing in many countries, including Japan's neighbors.

    But the issue is particularly acute in Japan as life expectancy has risen in recent decades, meaning there are a growing number of older people, and declining numbers of workers to support them.

    Researchers estimate that the population will more than halve to 53 million by the end of the 21st century.

    https://notthebee.com/article/japans-prime-minister-just-said-the-nation-is-about-to-fall-apart-because-no-one-is-having-babies

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    🇯🇵 Japan's Prime Minister Just Said The Nation Is About To Fall Apart Because No One Is Having Babies "On the brink" isn't a phrase you use lightly. Japan's prime minister says his country is on the brink of not being able to function as a society because of its falling birth rate. Fumio Kishida said it was a case of "now or never." Again, "now or never" isn't something you say if you're not in a dire situation. Japan is in rough shape, y'all, and most people don't even realize it. Japan - population 125 million - is estimated to have had fewer than 800,000 births last year. In the 1970s, that figure was more than two million. Birth rates are slowing in many countries, including Japan's neighbors. But the issue is particularly acute in Japan as life expectancy has risen in recent decades, meaning there are a growing number of older people, and declining numbers of workers to support them. Researchers estimate that the population will more than halve to 53 million by the end of the 21st century. https://notthebee.com/article/japans-prime-minister-just-said-the-nation-is-about-to-fall-apart-because-no-one-is-having-babies @Roobs
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    Japan's prime minister just said the nation is about to fall apart because no one is having babies
    "On the brink" isn't a phrase you use lightly.
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  • Fingers in 🥧 🥧 🥧

    Check this out, former Qld criminal (Premier) Anna Blah Blah Bligh is the head of the Australian Banking Association since 2017, and she's calling for cash to be only 4% of all transaction by 2025.

    Yeah, nah.

    https://www.macrobusiness.com.au/2017/02/anna-bligh-appointed-chief-banking-parasite/

    https://amp.smh.com.au/business/consumer-affairs/the-australians-who-can-t-remember-using-cash-20230104-p5ca92.html

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    Fingers in 🥧 🥧 🥧 Check this out, former Qld criminal (Premier) Anna Blah Blah Bligh is the head of the Australian Banking Association since 2017, and she's calling for cash to be only 4% of all transaction by 2025. Yeah, nah. https://www.macrobusiness.com.au/2017/02/anna-bligh-appointed-chief-banking-parasite/ https://amp.smh.com.au/business/consumer-affairs/the-australians-who-can-t-remember-using-cash-20230104-p5ca92.html @Roobs
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    Anna Bligh appointed chief banking parasite
    OMG: Sydney, 17 February 2017: The Chairman of the Australian Bankers’ Association, Andrew Thorburn, today announced the appointment of Anna Bligh to lead the ABA as it continues its work to strengthen trust and confidence in banking and deliver better outcomes for customers. “We are excited to appoint Anna as Chief Executive Officer at such
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  • List of public USA attendees to the WEF forum this year.

    Wow, look at all the Republican Rhinos on that list.
    Might as well have a D next to their names.

    source:
    https://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_AM23_List_of_confirmed_PFs.pdf

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    List of public USA attendees to the WEF forum this year. Wow, look at all the Republican Rhinos on that list. Might as well have a D next to their names. source: https://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_AM23_List_of_confirmed_PFs.pdf @Roobs
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