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The Minister of Justice Zbigniew Ziobro in social media warns against publishing “fake videos”. Earlier, the minister himself posted such a video on Twitter. We explain where this warning and reluctance of the minister to electric cars came from.

There has been a political conflict in the government for some time between Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and Zbigniew Ziobro, the Minister of Justice and at the same time the leader of the Sovereign Poland party (since May 3 this is the new name of the Solidarna Polska party). The reason is the EU climate package. Minister Ziobro and his party are critical of EU projects, including the Fit for 55 package, which aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55 percent. by 2030 compared to 1990 levels. Ziobro points out to the Prime Minister that at the EU summit in December 2020 he agreed to a package of changes that was harmful to the Polish economy, according to Ziobro. Part of this package is to be a ban on the registration of new combustion cars in the European Union from 2035. Sovereign Poland claims that this is ecological madness, and Poles will not be able to afford new electric cars.

Prime Minister: Poland did not support; Minister: Unfortunately, she supported it

Prime Minister Morawiecki stated at a press conference on May 11: “Poland has never supported any Fit for 55 package.” As he explained, the directives related to this package are adopted not unanimously, but by a qualified majority. “In this way, Poland is outvoted,” said the head of the government.

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Zbigniew Ziobro replied to the Prime Minister on Twitter. “Unfortunately, it supported … On December 11, 2020, the European Council decided on #FitFor55. Poland had the opportunity to veto, but Prime Minister @MorawieckiM single-handedly – without the participation of the Council of Ministers – agreed to the drastic tightening of the climate package pushed by Germany and @donaldtusk. It happened with the firm opposition of Solidarna Polska.

In another entry from May 12 (published exactly at 21.37) he suggested that the introduction of the EU climate package called Fit for 55 will lead to tragic consequences. He used a video showing a car exploding and burning on the highway. Zbigniew Ziobro wrote: “However, it must be admitted that the world of #Fitfor55 promises to be exciting.”

Zbigniew Ziobro’s deleted entry from May 12, 2023Twitter

Under the video posted by Minister Ziobro, there is an inscription: “From Carlos Fuentes”. In this way, Twitter identifies the source of the uploaded video. So, Minister Ziobro posted a video from the account of the user Carlos Fuentes from Venezuela, who on April 7 posted a video of a burning car with the following text: “Tesla electric car wreck. Looking at the battery explosion, I believe that this technology has a long way to go, before it matures.”

Internet user’s entry about the alleged fire of an electric carTwitter.com

Not an electrician, just gas bottles

Zbigniew Ziobro’s entry on Twitter is no longer there, the minister deleted it about 12 hours after publication. By then, the post had almost 79,000 likes. views and almost 800 likes. Why did the minister delete it? It is possible that because Internet users quickly determined what the posted material really shows. Contrary to Zbigniew Ziobro’s suggestion, not expressed directly but confirmed by his next tweet, it was not an electric car fire. A little less than an hour after the publication, one of the Internet users wrote in response to Minister Ziobro: “It amazes me that over 200 people have already been manipulated and liked this video in which a truck with gas cylinders explodes.”

Internet user’s entry explaining the causes of the car fire to Minister ZiobroTwitter

This comment was accompanied by a link to a recording on YouTube entitled “Explosion Bottles Gas LPG” (“Explosion of LPG gas cylinders”). This is a nine-minute compilation of amateur recordings, showing from various angles, including from a car recorder, a collision between a truck and a bus on the highway. and then there is an explosion.A part of this montage are shots identical to those in the video posted by Zbigniew Ziobro.

We found another video on YouTube – published July 13, 2013, with the same shots as in the video attached to the minister’s deleted tweet. The video has the Russian title “Explosion of gazelles with cylinders on the Moscow Ring Road”. On the same day, the Russian news agency RIA Novosti published the informationthat approx. At 18:00 on the Moscow Ring Road, an Isuzu Gazela truck collided with a bus, as a result of which 119 gas cylinders exploded, the truck driver was injured.

Problem with electric fires?

In the next entry, Minister Ziobro admits that he was fooled. He recommends being vigilant and at the same time indicates that putting out electric cars is a problem. “Watch out for fake videos published as spectacular fires of electric cars. The problem with extinguishing them is real, as the firefighters themselves say, so you can be fooled, so be vigilant” – wrote Zbigniew Ziobro.

To maintain the message that electric cars can be dangerous, he joined the entry link to the text from the Niezalezna.pl websitewhich was released on March 28. This is a report from the operation of extinguishing an electric car, which took firefighters 21 hours. The text states: “This situation shows how dangerous situations can be caused by the ‘electrics’ that the European Union wants us to drive.”

According to data from the end of March, according to the Polish Alternative Fuels Association, there were 67,127 electric passenger cars in Poland – 33,263 fully electric, 33,864 plug-in hybrids; plus 3,588 electric vans and trucks. On the other hand, according to the newspaper “Rzeczpospolita” February 4According to information from the State Fire Service, in 2022 firefighters extinguished ten fires of electric cars, while there were fires of internal combustion cars 8 333. In turn, in the United States, according to autoinsuranceEZ.com, citing data from the National Transportation Safety Board NTSB from 2020, for over 199 thousand. vehicle fires, only 52 concerned those with an electric drive.

However, you should be aware that fires in “electric cars” are put out differently than in “ordinary” cars. Therefore, in June 2022, the General Headquarters of the State Fire Service issued a document entitled “Standard rules of conduct during incidents with electric passenger carsin which methods of extinguishing fires of such cars are described; PSP units in Warsaw and Kraków have special tubs for extinguishing electric cars, other units in the country are trained to use the new equipment to extinguish such fires.

Main photo source: Leszek Szymanski/PAP





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