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Why the transition to renewables is unnecessary

Dear Editor

It is difficult to think of a more disorganised, destructive, ill thought out, amateurish and laughable social and economic change than this transition to ‘renewables’.

(And given the sheer amount of mining involved in EVs there is nothing renewable about them, they will literally suck up the earth’s crust and probably that of the moon in the quest for raw materials.)

And why is this transition such a mess? Because it is unnatural. In comparison the transition to the internet and online world was seamless, pain-free, and self-motivating (it did not need subsidies).

The social and economic change bought about by the internet was wanted, had clear benefits, and clear profits that motivated industry to be creative and produce great products that worked. Like Napster, Netscape, email, the www address system and YouTube.

In contrast the damage to society and the economy from Net Zero is staggering. Electricity prices hundreds of per cent higher. Because of this, inflation hitting double digits. Companies moving abroad where energy is cheaper.

If we get a hard winter energy prices will spike again and spur inflation again, trigger another rise in interest rates and company closures, as well as outright fuel poverty and even fuel rationing.

The public outrage at 15-minute cities and ULEZ is going to explode when they realise Net Zero was not about saving the planet, it was about reducing the population of one species in particular: Homo sapiens.

And you know what? If it wasn’t for immigration the population of Europe would have been falling since the 1970s anyway. As has Japan’s. The modern way of life, urbanised, automation, women’s lib, brings about a population decline anyway. This Net Zero transition is totally unnecessary!

Matthew Sykes


Keep your gas boiler – and go to jail

Dear Editor

If you don’t scrap your gas boiler, you could be thrown into prison. Do not  vote for ANY of the parties in Parliament at the General Election if you value your freedom.

Brian Silvester



The SNP’s squandered billions

Dear Editor

Blaming Westminster for every SNP self-inflicted wound is a permanent Scottish government stance. I would suggest that the 15 years the SNP government has been in charge has given them plenty of time and money to sort out health, education, housing and other problems if they had not squandered billions on their numerous failures and pet projects. Here are just a few of their financial disasters:

·       The CalMac ferries fiasco – £300million;  

·       Financial guarantees when GFG Alliance took over Lochaber aluminium smelter – £586million; 

·       Legal costs payment to Alex Salmond over unproven allegations ­ – £500,000; 

·       Settlement to Rangers directors over botched police investigation into Rangers takeover –  £40million; 

·       Propping up collapsed renewables manufacturer BiFab –  £52million. 

The list goes on and on and on yet the SNP supporters are in denial.

Clark Cross



The Westminster liars who put the ‘Con’ in ‘Conservative’

Dear Editor 

We are constantly urged to be alert to scams but nowhere will you see warnings of the greatest scammers of all: the con men and women in the Palace of Westminster.

The blatant lies that are told at Prime Minister’s question time are an obscenity and insult to our intelligence. Isn’t it time that these criminals, which is what they are, are prosecuted and imprisoned? 

We are repeatedly told of the financial help ‘given’ to us by the government for energy costs. Really? They forget it is our money they are ‘giving’ that eventually is paid as profit to the energy company shareholders. What a con! Our taxes are being transferred to energy capitalists, who include Prime Minister Sunak’s family. It is a clever ruse to transfer our taxes to capitalists. And the capitalist scheme of inflation is deliberate and rewards the rich and punishes the poor.

The energy scam has to be amongst the greatest frauds of all time, Covid coming a close second. Water is another classic example of unaccountable profits being made from our polluted rivers and coastal waters.

And all this is being done in the name of the most abused word in our language – democracy!

Sunak and his predecessors are the real criminals in this society and getting away with robbing and enslaving the people they fraudulent pretend to represent.

Malcolm Naylor


Revelations about the Deep State

Dear Editor

I am a regular reader of your site, which is amongst the top three in the UK in my view for those of us who are awake to the global tyranny and want to see our own ‘reset’ that renews genuine conservatism.

I recommend that you watch the first part of this video where Mike Adams of Brighteon interviews Dr Shiva Ayyadurai, who has worked phenomenally to expose the intricate web of deception and censorship operating in the Deep State and related NGOs in the US. His revelations here, in my view, deserve a wider audience.

Andrew Cullen 

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