Consumer Price Inflation and The Electrical Vehicle Market: The Dirty Hard To RECYCLE Mining Process of Lithium Batteries, The TRENDY Climate Alarmism movement, and Alternative fuels – August 25, 2022,

 

Could consumer price inflation be the boost the Electrical Vehicle(EV) market is looking for? Or will consumer price inflation simply make electrical vehicles out of reach for most people? And what I’ve been looking at recently is the possibility that Electric vehicles may indeed become a TREND THAT HAS AN EXPIRY DATE.

The grid as currently constructed in most parts of the world, along with this push for more renewable energies, massive DEBTS globally as well developed nations becoming increasingly reliant on OPEC+ nations to fulfill it’s growing fossil fuel demands, and the reality that creating Lithium batteries consumes A LOT OF WATER, makes me wonder if as EV’s become more popular will the PEOPLE will eventually turn on this market altogether.

As an investor or even a trader, you’ll want to pay close attention to this market because, in my opinion, Lithium does NOT look like the new oil market; it’s actually even dirtier than Oil and could threaten human civilization at a faster rate than Oil ever could because let’s be honest this Co2 emissions scheme that threatens human civilization is a SCAM.

One massive volcano eruption could wipe us all out a lot faster than the rate in which fossil fuels are burning and temperatures have been rising for centuries, as Canada I remember when our teachers told us that Canada used to be covered in ice, and when the ice began to melt is when what Canadians know as First Nations people, began to come here, which when you think about it, is not a major event, because Canada and America, via their Alaska purchase are connected with RUSSIA, and if you look at some of the Russian people living in their Northern regions, they look an awful like First Nations people in Canada, many of whom have since race mixed.

How is lithium mined, and why its mining is criticized? | Kalkine Media

 

So how long can this climate change alarmism last? Well, if we’re to be serious, climate change alarmism is the best thing to happen to the socialists and globalists who want a one-world government because it’s hard to defeat even if conditions on earth are normal; one small event or isolated event can be presented as “See I told you climate change was real.” But as you know as a majority of people believe in these globalist scams until they don’t, and one of the ways you’ll be able to convince people that climate alarmism is a scam is CONSUMER PRICE inflation, which in the modern era is the direct result of SHORTAGES.

A lot of experts, I’m noticing, are looking at INFLATION from the MACRO level when they should be looking at consumer price inflation from the MICRO level, because as an example, MALINVESTMENT in the economy might equate to a RETAILERS having a lot of stuff people NO LONGER want, as consumers shift their attention to what they NEED.

People NEED housing; people NEED food; people need ENERGY; on the flip side, people don’t need to buy new clothes, people don’t need the hot new widget or be part of the hot new trendy thing. Furthermore, and I point to this in another post, Americans are ALREADY struggling to pay their utility bills.

More than 20 million Americans are behind on their utility bills | usatoday.com

Don’t these EVs need to be plugged in? I have to also talk about the extremely low borrowing costs for the Federal Government. To date, allowing the federal government to spend money into the economy has accelerated malinvestments. Now, when I write about government spending, I’m writing about DEBT SERVICING; there is no COHARANT plan in the United States, EU Member States, countries like Canada, Australia, and the U.K to allow the FREE MARKET to innovate its way out of this REGULATORY nightmare.

Every time the Central banks keep interest rates LOW, it’s encouraging Federal governments to go into debt and worsen the problem; I’m not even sure lithium is a good investment in the free market. If the governments of the world stop demonizing coal, oil and gas, and Nuclear energy, can Lithium realistically compete? Is the EV even worth it?

Recycling Lead-Acid Batteries Is Easy. Why Is Recycling Lithium-Ion Batteries Hard? | cleantechnica.com

lithium-ion batteries are far more materially complex. That requires tailoring lithium-ion recycling processes to recover a range of cathode materials (lithium, cobalt, nickel, manganese, iron, etc.), anode materials (graphite), and conductors (aluminum and copper). These complexities pose significant challenges for efficiently recovering materials and processing them for re-use cost-effectively.

Because most fossil fuels can stand on their own WITHOUT the help of the government, a market can NATURALLY form around it, with Lithium, it looks like the entire Lithium market will have to be shaped and then reshaped by central planners. So there are two very serious problems with EVs. The first is battery manufacturing, especially when it comes to EXPORTING of EV vehicles because what it’s looking like is that companies might have to take on the model that we’re already seeing as a growing trend in the China EV market; Leasing Batteries.

Chinese EV maker Nio launches battery leasing service, eyes global market | reuters.com AUGUST 20, 2020

BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Chinese electric vehicle (EV) maker Nio Inc NIO.N has launched a battery leasing service that will allow drivers to buy an EV without owning the battery pack – one of the most expensive EV components – thereby lowering the starting price of its cars.

The service, called “battery as a service” (BaaS), entails drivers paying a monthly rental fee for use of the batteries.

So in China, and for me, this is SCARY to think about because simply buying the BODY of an automobile and being forced to deal with ONE entity to power it sounds like a monopoly, which could quickly turn into a STATE run monopoly, which could easily dissolve into a shortages problem, if let’s say that company or group of companies, has let’s say a labor dispute, or the government decides that it doesn’t want you to drive anymore.

Now, with gas-powered automobiles, there is a plethora of gas stations, and yes, there is centralization to gas-powered automobiles, it might surprise people to learn that if the grid goes down, most gas stations can’t pump gas, but the direction we all initially thought we were going was a more DIVERSIFIED ENERGY MARKET, which could equate to automobiles being fueled by a diverse group of energy systems, I even remember people talking about water powering automobiles.

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In the modern era, we’re headed for a one-trick pony EV market, and currently, it’s hard for me to imagine it, especially when I look at lithium; the race for lithium has just started, and nobody is dirtier at producing lithium than China, and it will shock people when they realize how far ahead the Chinese are in their EV market than Europe and the United States.

One of the benefits of the Chinese being the manufacturers of the world is that Western countries’ HIGH-cost structure will make them UNCOMPTETIVE against Chinese manufacturers. Now, sure Western leaders can tariff Chinese-made EVs, but the title of this post revolves around CONSUMER PRICE INFLATION, and the point I’m trying to make here is costs are already exploding under these new political energy policies, and the numbers in the United States show that climate change is not important to Americans.

You have to understand the data to know what’s going on in these polls. The Harvard study I point to does everything in its power to make it appear that Americans care about climate change alarmism, but where it really counts, most Americans only seem to care about climate change if they don’t have to DIRECTLY pay for it

Poll: Facing extreme weather is changing Americans’ views about need for climate change action | harvard.edu June 21, 2022

  • only 39% support a carbon tax if it substantially increases their energy prices
  • 62% of the public still thinks the government should allow oil producers to drill for more oil in the U.S. to try to help lower gasoline prices in the future.
  • 57% support increased state spending to prepare for future weather disasters

How I interpret the data I point to above is that a lot of Americans imagine the government as having this magic money tree, and as long as the government handles climate change without harming the American standard of living, most Americans are on board; however, once consumer price inflation starts to chew away to American earnings, all of a sudden climate change isn’t that big of a deal.

This is why in my opinion, the EV market could be a TRENDY event and very well might end up as a market enjoyed primarily by the elites in society. I’m still a believer that a diversified energy market is coming, and the moment it arrives, EVs are going to lose a CONSIDERABLE amount of market share. I’ve written about biomass in other posts, I’ve written about alternative energy fuels plenty of times on this post, I personally don’t think the car batteries have to be as large as they are, and I’ve argued that EVs work best in conjunction with something else.

EVs have fewer moving parts, but the BATTERY poses a serious problem; hybrids lowered emissions, and they’re great on gas, flex fuels still in their infancy have fallen out of favor in favor of EVs, but I wouldn’t count them out just yet, because the claim I’m making in this post is that once people actually observe Lithium mining which in many ways looks WORSE than the tar sands in Alberta Canada, there might be a rethink in Lithium.

Again lithium requires a lot of mining; it’s not like the lithium battery only contains lithium; as pointed out, the lithium-ion battery contains lithium, cobalt, nickel, manganese, and iron, just to name a few, this is A LOT of mining, and when you learn about Lithium, you’re reminded of the Biomass scam.

The global Biomass scam | cutcarbonnotforests.org

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Now, if you go to Youtube as an example, they’re trying to make sure the NARRATIVE surrounding Biomass is upheld; one of the reasons I used the video in this post WITHOUT Youtube is because whenever I expose the fallacies and narratives being promoted, I’ll find Youtube videos BLOCKED on my posts. You’ll notice that the individual in the video above believes in wind and solar but is exposing Biomass as a scam, yet, Youtube made sure it put a WARNING label on his video anyway, I bring this up because Left Wing groups are also finding themselves being CENSORED!

Are you starting to see where I’m going with this? How long will it take before people start to comprehend that Public-Private partnerships between western governments and private corporations? I think that revolution is coming, you may have remembered Michael Moore and Planet of the Humans, he exposed this fraud a while back and if you visit his Youtube channel, there’s a Youtube warning label on it?

Michael Moore Presents: Planet of the Humans | Full Documentary | Directed by Jeff Gibbs | YouTube

Apr 21, 2020 Michael Moore presents Planet of the Humans, a documentary that dares to say what no one else will — that we are losing the battle to stop climate change on planet earth because we are following leaders who have taken us down the wrong road — selling out the green movement to wealthy interests and corporate America. This film is the wake-up call to the reality we are afraid to face: that in the midst of a human-caused extinction event, the environmental movement’s answer is to push for techno-fixes and band-aids. It’s too little, too late.

In my opinion, there comes a time when common sense takes over the world again; now, when this shift happens, it’s not going to be a coherent shift, like Left and Right Wingers are going to see eye to eye on this, but there will be a COMMON enemy, and it will likely be the profit-driven politicians and corporate entities attempting to profit of off this MADNESS!

Both sides, in my opinion, will not be loud with their revolution. I think this is something that is already slowly building and will manifest in itself in a way nobody can predict at the moment; the bottom line here is that when I look at companies like Tesla, which in my view, appear to be running out of money, it wouldn’t surprise me in the least if we start seeing a DECLINE in the EV market.

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When it rains, it pours, and I think once the RETHINK of energy starts to happen, we’re going to see a new market emerge in which lithium is a player but not as large a player as we thought. My basis for thinking like this revolves around the MARKET profitability of Electric Vehicles; when most people imagine EVs in the year 2022, they imagine themselves being on the right side of history.

Well, in my opinion, once consumer price inflation persists and Americans, as well as other people in the world, start to comprehend the actual price tag attached to this political climate change hoax, voters are going to look for a MORAL escape that already exists, and once that takes off, it’s over, the world would have changed! So if you’re invested in lithium, you’d be wise to pay close attention to consumer sentiments.

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Interesting times ahead