In response to Clark Cross: This, Danielle, is the real world of global emissions,
Della Cate wrote:
I am sure that, if all this green rubbish come to pass, a lot of these eco loons think that their life will carry on exactly as before. They will still have the latest smart phone and live in a nice warm house. They will still have a car to take them exactly where they want to go, and holidays overseas, accessed by plane, will continue. They will still have a well paid job and health care when they need it. There will still be dinner parties and trips out to festivals and theatres. The only difference will be that their power, that drives modern life, will come from fairy wings and unicorn breath. They might want the rest of us flung back to the Middle Ages, but that’s just for the little people. If you asked them to lead by example and give up flying, cars, phones and all computer equipment, buying clothes ( you can take up weaving and make your own), food from supermarkets (eat only what you can grow or forage), light your house by candles only and cook in a pot over a fire, I wonder what response you would get?
If The Brexit Party adopts a 100 per cent Pro-Fracking in UK policy, I’d guess they could push the numbers up to 40 per cent. The prospect of fuel sufficiency for 80 years, at least, must be a vote winner. I’d go for coal as well. It’s past time for an honest political party to present some facts. I may not live long enough to ever see this, but I cling to the hope.