More stuff that you’d like to know about the great wind(bag) turbine flim-flam-scam

David Davis

This is illuminating and very explanatory, at The Englishman’s Castle.

I have often had my suspicions about these false idols and phantasmal creations.

The GramscoFabiaNazis really are trying, on purpose, to freeze and starve us to death in the darkness. Perhaps they want our surviving children as sex-toys like Mao-tse-Tung [“tell her to bring me some tea”]: or perhaps they are just bored with having to ramble “in the countryside” among too many other people in a landscape that appears to be managed and have purposes that are the reault of the work of others, like Hitler: or perhaps they reall believe what they are saying , like that tormented chappie Madeleine Bunting or that strange woman Georgette Monbiot – I think it’s the last of these three, but it does not exclude them thinking the first two things too.

The buggers really think we are wrong: so wrong that we have to be eliminated as a population. In a way, it’s quite exciting to find oneself in such a manichaean struggle, so near the end of one’s life too, when we thought the Berlin Wall had fallen and we had it all sorted! But then again, it’s a bore and it’s tiring and it costs – lives and money, and resources which the planet [which means mankind] could use better, to fight these bloody people all over again.

And God saw what man had done in his hubristic wind/fart-turbine-ness, and lo, He Was Wroth

David Davis

And yea, verily did God smite the false turbines in His Anger, to teach Man a lesson about “fossil fuels” which God had Laid Before Man Without Let Or Hinderance.

And God said: “Men: why hast ye pandered, in despite of my strictures and manuals (RTFM) to the energetics of the Devil, when all you saddo buggers had to do was pump out of the ground the stuff I furnished you with?  C***s. ”

I’m sure that actually it’s due to the Flying-Spaghetti-Monster.

A Timely Warning

Edward Spalton

A Timely Warning
By Edward Spalton

 The rise in fuel prices may well kill a large number of pensioners, unable to meet the cost of keeping warm. Yet few people look behind the reasons for the present prices. First, there is VAT, admittedly only 5% but significant. I listened to much of the debate on the introduction of this tax by the Conservatives. It was a bloody tribal battle and yet was utterly phoney.

The leaderships of both sides knew it was part of the conditions of continuing EU membership, which they both supported. I thought every MP knew that, yet Dennis Skinner and others went for the Tories in the good old fashioned way with much passion. I thought it was just a skilful charade, playing to their own supporters. Since then, I have learned that many MPs are simply unaware of the number of powers they have handed over to the EU.

So I acquit Mr Skinner and his comrades of what I thought at the time was rank hypocrisy. It was merely ignorance. I cannot acquit the Labour leadership, which promised to repeal the tax, if they came to power. They, at least, must have known it was outside their power to do so (unless they left the EU). Once control over an area of our life is ceded to the EU, it can never return to democratic control in Westminster. So the best Tony Blair could do was to lower it to the permitted
minimum of 5%.  In this area, parliament has lost its power over taxation and so contributes to the energy poverty of pensioners.

Some eco-freaks and disaster mongers actually welcome the price rises because they will make us more careful in using energy. Yet Age Concern reckons that 22,000 pensioners died from cold last year. I suppose there is no more permanent way of changing our energy consumption than dying. The EU?s policy on renewable energy ? the inefficient and useless windmills which clutter our land and seascapes ? has pushed up energy costs by at least £1,000,000,000 to subsidise the
monstrosities. Over the last six years, temperatures have flattened out at 0.2 degrees Celsius lower than their level of ten years ago.

All the signs are that the sunspot cycle is changing to a period known as the ?Dalton minimum?. The last period of this sort was from around 1793 to 1830 ? a time when the Thames froze over and there were widespread famines because of crop failures. The difference now is that the world has over eight billion mouths to feed . Then there were only one billion. Still, the cold climate had one good effect. It set back the unification of Europe and chilled Bonaparte?s ardour on his retreat from Moscow.