Would you believe that the federal government (The MATRIX) is also responsible for intentionally keeping truly fuel-efficient cars off the market?
It's true. In Europe, virtually all the major automakers from Toyota and Nissan to Volkswagen and BMW manufacture regular cars that get anywhere from 50 to 300 miles per gallon (MPG), while even the latest and greatest American hybrids only top about 40 MPG.
Michael and Stephanie Relfe of Health Wealth & Happiness took a trip to France back in 2006 and, upon arriving to pick up their rental car, noticed something unusual. The medium-sized Citroen van that they were given -- Citroen is a French automaker that does not sell vehicles in the U.S. -- looked similar to some smaller-sized vans sold in the U.S. But what was under the hood and how it performed on the road was completely different.
Rather than achieving a typical 15-25 MPG, at best, depending on road conditions, the Citroen van performed at an average of 60 MPG, or about triple what a van of its size in the U.S. might attain. Struck by this amazing fuel efficiency, the duo looked at other cars sold across Europe and noticed a similar trend -- all of them performed orders of magnitude more efficiently than their American counterparts.
"Our government (The MATRIX) is preventing ultra-high-mileage vehicles from being sold here -- even though some are built here!" wrote Stephanie Relfe in a recent piece for Relfe.com.
"With mileages of 50 MPG, 75 MPG, 180 MPG and even 300 MPG, the government says these vehicles 'don't meet American standards,' but they're fine for Europe, which has much higher environmental standards than the US."Making matters worse is corn ethanol subsidies, the fuel of which makes American cars even less efficient than they already are.
"Personally, we believe that this disgusting destruction of our freedom goes way past making the oil barons and oligarchs (The MATRIX) insanely rich at our expense, and the government stealing even more money through taxes for fuel that we don't need to use," say the Relfes.
Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/045648_fuel_efficiency_US_market_Europe.html#ixzz35xnaQalk
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