Gas prices too high? Get a car that doesn’t use gas. You win, they lose.
Big Carbon holding world economies hostage? Long-term solution: help everyone get into electric cars.
Need to occasionally drive long trips? While most regular driving is less than 50 miles per day, such that one can easily charge at hime, for those occasional longer trips, most new EV’s today have ranges of 250-350 per charge, and the new Biden infrastructure bill will be adding charging stations (using DC fast chargers that get to a 90% charge in a short time) along the interstate highway system every 100 miles.
Cost of transporting other goods (in addition to profiteering and price gouging that likely violates antitrust laws) driving up prices with a ripple effect? More electric cars and trucks (and yes, we are now seeing the development of very large eighteen-wheelers that are powered by either batteries or biodiesel made from commercial cooking waste in restaurants) or hybrids with both.
Cost and reliability of electricity to power the electric vehicles too high? Enjoy do-it-yourself homemade energy produced from rooftop solar coupled with battery storage that does not go down in rolling blackouts.
They want to hold us economic hostage? Time to strike back.
There are alternatives, folks!