In response to Viv Forbes: The impossible green dreams,
Inspector General wrote:
Wait! We are not doomed after all . . .
The recent fatwah against the internal combustion engine on 4 (or even 3) wheels has got a lot of people talking. Man On The Street normally just goes along with green. He can’t be bothered to argue and doesn’t know jack about the minutiae. But he’s arguing now.
More and more people are realising that the greens are trying to sell us magic beans.
The greens have overstretched themselves. They cannot deliver, and this government will, albeit reluctantly, realise it as they must.
They could always scrap the HS2 vanity project and put a few billion into flood defence and avoidance schemes in those parts of the country where it can make a difference. It might go some way to avoiding the personal tragedies and the huge economic costs of flooding.
I went on a long drive recently and couldn’t help but notice the once green countryside blanketed with sterile black solar panels. No plants or animals just acres of silicon. The future is black! Take that anyway you want!
Malcolm Parkin wrote:
The green dream will come to a grinding halt as it is unrealisable because of the many factors listed in this article, but not before billions have been wasted. Which is the purpose of the Marxist greenies anyway, to wreck capitalist economies. I hope the plain-speaking Australians will see these eco-loons off!