Follow-up: Czech Powert Still Fighting Ford
Sunday, December 12, 2004
Last Month, we brought you the story of Czech Powert. Czech wanted the truth from Ford Motor Company about their gasoline free vehicles, which he thought ran on purified water. We caught up with Czech working his night shift as a greeter at Wal-Mart. He had disturbing news as he passed over a cart still cold from the night air.
MDI has invented an engine that runs on compressed air.
“It was a setup,” Czech said. “The documents were fakes. It was all a bluff to discredit me.” Powert had told us that he had thousands of pages of evidence linking Ford to secret bunkers, deep under Detroit, where Ford was building their AquaMobile. “Everyone knows now that their new cars run on air.”
A small company in Luxemburg, Moteur Developpment International (MDI) has invented an engine that runs on compressed air. MDI has been working towards this goal since 1991, and claims that it will have a working engine within the next year.
But are agents of the Ford Motor Company really watching Czech Powert?
This news comes to us just two days before the publication of a Newsweek article about Bill Ford, President of Ford Motor Company. President Ford, famous for his clumsiness on and off the golf course, claims a commitment to alternative energies. "My passion for the environment hasn't waned one bit over the years," Ford said. While the Newsweek article reads as a thinly veiled commercial for Ford’s new hybrid Escape SUV, it contains a rather disturbing denial from President Ford. "People think we have these things squirreled away somewhere and that we're artificially suppressing them," he said, speaking of the air cars. "You know how crazy that is?" Powert predicted Ford’s denial.
But are agents of the Ford Motor Company really watching Czech Powert? Some would argue that a company as big as Ford wouldn’t even bother with a small fry like Powert. Czech seems to think they would. He glanced around nervously after handing over the frozen cart. “They’re watching me,” he said. “Take the shopping cart if you want to live.”