This is most true, mal.
To avoid confusion one could refer to the daylight saving time as Central European Time and the non-daylight saving time as Central European Summer Time (CEST or more conveniently CST for those that hold a preference for three character time zone descriptors due to twitter limitations, text messaging restraints, or other technologically induced, OCD-promoting behaviours).
Alas this format doesn't seem to have caught on as far as Reginald F. Aime nor his navy blue jacketed, open neck shirted cloth tardis are concerned.
Of course, the whole thing could be easily resolved by a worldwide UN resolution to adopt Co-ordinated Universal Time as the defacto daily operating standard in each and every timezone, thus doing away with these silly suffixes and causing 4am to occur at exactly the same moment internationally.
Yet under present arrangements, this post remains a perfectly good 4am semi-senseless meandering otherwise destined to pass into the night like a ghost ship sailing upon a sea of silent keyboard strokes, but only if I were posting from Rio, Montevideo, Sao Paolo, or many other urban conurbations resting atop the Brazilian landmass.
Back to the topic at hand, I fully expect the next Reg-fronted Nintendo Direct to conclude as he takes of his face, Total Recall style, to unmask his true visage, a giant, squashed dinosaur head, sweating away underneath with steam rising from it and crazy bloodshot eyes lolling in their sockets.