JOHN Elwood’s bullet points in his manifesto to beat the globalists are right on the money. Or should that be right on the robbery? We can do many things he suggests, such as not watch or listen to this and that, not use establishments that accept cards only and use cash whenever possible, never take a Covid test, never wear a mask, refuse the emergency so-called vaccines, avoid charities that mention Climate Change or support illegal immigration (RNLI as a start), oppose all so-called green energy farm sources such as solar and wind, and prepare to refuse future lockdowns.
As for buying electric cars, do we really need to be reminded of that folly? Maybe some of us do but I don’t. Same as heat pumps, another hopelessly inefficient and expensive trap. Avoid them just like smart meters and smart motorways. In the latter’s case positively dangerous as has been proved and borne out by experience of the AA, RAC, police, fire and ambulance services not to mention every breakdown and recovery firm in the land. They all said they were dangerous and always have done. Why did it take so long to stop the rollout and why, if the authorities admit knowing they are dangerous now, have not the existing ones been switched off before they can do any more harm?
Trouble is, it’s all too late. I wonder how many have had the guts simply to drive a non-compliant car back and forth through the Ulez barricades and incur the massive fines and then refuse to pay them? I know I didn’t. I went out and meekly bought an £8,000 compliant car that I didn’t want and don’t particularly like. (Anything diesel four years old or less or petrol seven years old or less complies, pretty much.) So I bought a bloody boring six-year-old Hyundai, then couldn’t get any ‘scrappage’ compensation for my existing vehicle as I wasn’t on social security. I feel bitter for sure but I have gone along with the flow like a coward. In many ways I am ashamed. If we all had ignored it the entire thieving system would have crashed. Just like refusing to pay the BBC licence. If everyone did then that, too, would crash. No good one or two of us doing it. You don’t resist and in so doing you illustrate how you don’t really mind being led by the nose to disaster.
I hear this Carbon Net Zero green revolution is at last being trailed as impossible to complete as it’s too expensive. How long has that penny taken to drop? Believe me, the money will be found from somewhere to force it all through. That money is coming from YOU. Wake up.
The reason the government are frantically trying to take away your gas boilers and pushing the insulation certificates and the heat-pump story is because they know that their solar and wind ideas can never hope to provide enough energy. Not now, possibly not ever. That’s before their dreamed-of switchover to electric vehicles starts to bite.
When the Labour Party get into power, unless these recently heralded contracts to drill for oil and gas are by then set in statute, they will be scrapped overnight and we will be further plunged into energy insecurity if not energy poverty or even energy non-existence.
We have to drill down to the very heart of the trouble here. It’s not a global conspiracy. If they were clever enough to do that they would have done something more effective than creating this mayhem. No, the trouble is our society of super-fast communication. We have brainwashed ourselves in a lot of cases. I know it’s dangerous-sounding, to align with the ‘ignorance is bliss’ contingent but I am feeling more and more that ignorant is exactly where more people out there should have stayed. Information isn’t knowledge and a little of it can often be worse than none at all. It looks interesting and convincing but in most cases totally unbalanced even if the images are 100 per cent genuine. A snapshot of a march here, a flood or dramatic forest fire there, then the spectacle travels around the world in a flash on social media. A crashing climate crisis is approaching for sure. It must be true – it’s on my smartphone.
Then there’s gender re-assignation, which must be the daftest of all the current fashionable and perverted tropes.
The other day someone asked a pundit to define ‘woke’. He couldn’t, certainly neither quickly nor clearly. I will. It’s not being able to call a policeman a policeman. It’s not being able to tell a man from a woman. Your daft ideas. Your fault. You fix it. Do it soon.