ENERGY giants have been paid a record £4million a week in subsidy this winter to turn off wind turbines.
Successive governments have had no coherent energy policy for the UK instead they have kow towed to the warmists and the EU’s ridiculous carbon penalties policies.
Blackouts are coming make no mistake the country is teetering on the edge of a power shortfall and no amount of wind turbines will make a difference when the wind is not blowing ditto solar re the sun not shining.
The whole CAGW – ruse just like its mothership the EU – is over – those who have joined those bandwagons are just in denial of the hard facts and truths that have come into the public domain.
History will ultimately record that the current political establishment wilfully and deliberately inflicted on this nation a climate/renewable energy subsidy scam destined for massive grid failure, extreme fuel poverty, excess deaths from hypothermia and economic privation.
We are heading for an electricity industry where renewables and nuclear are given CfdD strike prices – set by the government – while gas is given capacity subsidies to make them profitable despite having to operate part time – again set by the government.
In other words the government is controlling the entire profitability and economics of our power generation. So obviously, with the market place utterly forced out, prices will go up and up.
This is about the financialization of industry sectors whereby in order to thrive companies with the collaboration of governments no longer need to sell useful products and services that people freely buy in an open market. Instead investors make highly leveraged investments which have income streams guaranteed by current and future generations of taxpayers.
Exactly the same principle is embodied in the current set of so called free trade deals being negotiated by the EU: TTIP with the US, CETA with Canada, TiSA between 52 countries. All of these intentionally by-pass democracy, in fact they are designed to isolate and protect corporate manipulation of governments from democratic scrutiny and processes, ie, from any expression of democratic will through national parliaments. Which is, of course, an aim held in common with the EU.
Clearly, leaving the EU is the only way to escape these agreements. Yet, even if that is accomplished there is no guarantee British governments would not simply sign up to them from outside the EU. The fact is that these agreements are supported by most of the UK’s current government, particularly Cameron and Osborne.
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