German left-wing fascists attack an EV car factory — because it represents capitalism. The assault on Elon Musk’s factory is like the attack of Rearden Steel in Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged.

The similarities of Elon Musk to the fictional character in the best-selling novel Atlas Shrugged — businessman Hank Rearden — are in principle uncanny, which just shows the philosophical genius of Ayn Rand.

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According to the organizers:

In Grünheide, near Berlin, 1 million new Teslas will roll off the production line every year, joining the avalanche of cars on the motorways. After three more expansion phases, the plant on the outskirts of Berlin will be the largest car factory in Europe. We want to stop that. More than 250,000 new cars are already produced there every year, adding to the useless electric and combustion engine junk that clogs up our roads and that no one needs in a future where mobility belongs to everyone.

The mysogynistic Twitter fascist Elon Musk has used his brand to establish the electric car as a ‘green’ alternative to the internal combustion engine. But electric cars are not the solution. They are the continuation of the individual transport madness by other means. And that is neither sustainable nor green. The production of an electric car creates a huge ecological footprint through the consumption of resources and thus drives the global climate catastrophe even further.


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