I am one of the Germans on this site, and also one of the ‘nationalists’ if you may call me that way.
“But isn’t that evil as a German if you look your history?”
Yeah, the same arguments… I dearly apologize, friends, but I prefer an ethnic nation. A cow doesn’t become a duck if it was born among ducks. Sorry.
But let’s start the topic of the article, shall we?
Why do I adress the Germans particularly, other than me being one of them? (I however also most admit that I do not like the term “German” much, it was made up by the Roman, the only English term for “Deutsch” I accept is “Teutonic”) Well, guess who invented cars in the first place?
Correct, a man that went by the name of Carl F. Benz from Mannheim (which also is the city in which the bicycle was created, and yes, that was from a time when city life was still enjoyable). And guess how the Volkswagen Beetle got popularized?
Therefore, like it or not, you gotta thank us for not having to walk all way on your own feet. Sadly, the manufacturer who started it all – Mercedes-Benz – no longer respresents its own country. Of course Germany needs to feel sorry for WWII, even though we have shown lots of power, but that must be per se evil, right? But even not a long time ago, they would represent THEIR people.
Of course, Michael Schumacher just had to be there for his comeback. And Nico Rosberg is half German, and half Finnoswedish (and the son of a former World Champion himself). Nevertheless, back then Mercedes knew that the best drivers come from their own country, so they made it a 100 %ly German team. But guess what happened when Mercedes just had managed to close the gap to Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull Racing? Correct, instead of making any attempts to get Vettel into the car after Schumacher’s retirement, they would pick up the first dark skinned (or should I say mixed, since his mother is a white Anglo Saxon?) F1 driver, Lewis Carl Hamilton.
Now you should know who really is a traitor!
And yes, Mercedes and Hamilton have won six of the last seven World Championships. But was it really just Hamilton? Not the car? The team lead by Austrian Toto Wolff – perhaps Jewish? – just is too perfect, and guess what they did after George Floyd’s death?
And it is still black, and may perhaps never go silver again! Not that I am concerned that much about the color itself, but the means. Why honor everything for a dead criminal? Have you ever heard a black man – except for Jesse Lee Peterson, and no, I do not endorse him either – say “white lives matter?” Certainly not. Competitive sports, in my opinion, should be made to represent a nation, not unholy alliances. You may try to put a cat and a mouse in the same team, yet that does not make them same. Therefore, in my opinion Mercedes would do perfectly fine with one or even two German drivers. Sebastian Vettel has scored four titles for a team dedicated to a (crappy) drink – Red Bull Racing – so what makes you think he could not have scored Lewis’ titles?
The elephant in the room – Lewis Hamilton himself
I have already mentioned some details about Lewis Hamilton. He is so full of himself that he wants to be the best Social Justice Warrior in the world. He is a vegan and claims to be 100 %ly concerned about global warming – yet races in F1.
Not that I was in agreement with everything from Mr. Belfield. I however would say he nailed it perfectly here. I am yet to find a greater hypocrite than Hamilton. What tops being a SJW yet racing in a non “environemntal friendly” sport? There also is a racing series called Formula E, yet Mr. Hamilton is not interested in moving there.
In general, I do not see how veganism and electric cars can really save the environemnt. Guess who suffers the most from electric cars?
I think I make a better environmentalist than those people. I strongly fight against the abuse of plastic and whenever I see plastic lying at the ground, I pick it up and throw it away. THAT is an issue we must be concerned about, not veganism.
If you think NASCAR was the worst four wheeled sport those days, you gotta look at F1. NASCAR doesn’t represent anything, but it never did before either, while European motorsports once did. Just look a few decades back.
All I can suggest you is to not buy a Mercedes car. Do not buy any new car at all. They all look ugly and take away your money. There are many cars I could suggest, many used cars. Here is my suggestion if you live in the city.
And if you live on the countryside:
Or wait… maybe for once it is better if I suggest you a non-German car…
Or should I go one step further?
Regardless of which car you buy, make sure that you do not only do what is good for you, but also what is good for your country! With other words: do not be like the CEO’s of Mercedes GP!