The hypocrisy of the EU Commission has no CO2 limit values ​​for its own company cars

2012280032_0001If you analyze what the commissioners of the EU approve of official cars, you have to feel like a kidnapped subject, especially in Germany, to use the more accurate word, vera…. to avoid feeling. The hypocrisy knows no bounds, as long as the good citizens like simple lambs subordinate themselves to the Brussels guidelines for the alleged “climate rescue”. While increasingly stricter CO2 limits are being set from Brussels, which can only be met in the long term with mini mobiles, the High Commissioners are having a good time in German luxury sedans. Anyone who has ever taken a look at the fleet in front of the European Commission building will have been surprised: there are only luxury limousines, mostly German brands, in the VIP parking lot. 29 luxury vehicles with average CO2 emissions of well over 200 grams per kilometer. There is only one exception: an E-Class from Mercedes-Benz as a hybrid version.


Citan crash test disaster: no great moment for Dieter Zetsche

Citan“The Citan is Zetsche's very personal project. That is why he is also responsible for the crash test disaster, ”commented a former Daimler board member about the failure of the Renault van decorated with a Mercedes star in the NCAP crash test. Three stars in a van class in which Ford received five stars for the roughly comparable transit. "This is more than embarrassing. Not just for Mercedes-Benz, but for Dieter Zetsche, ”says a high-ranking marketing manager.


EU Transport Commissioner relies on forced blessings

The EU has once again decided something "future-oriented": As realistic as the decision years ago that Europe 2010 should be the economic engine of the whole world. The EU could just as easily decide how many days of sunshine are permitted or required each year.

Now she wants to "force the market for electric cars", as it is called in the publications of European media. EU Transport Commissioner Siim Kallas wants to ensure that 2020 electric charging stations will be available in Germany alone by 150.000. A total of 650.000 public charging stations will then exist in Europe. Old EU agreements stipulate that by 2020 at least ten percent of EU traffic will (should) be handled with renewable energies and that no internal combustion engine may be used in any city by 2050 (probably already 2030!).