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Watch out – green blots on the landscape

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WILL Britain’s history, heritage and landmarks be spared development in pursuit of Boris Johnson’s insane drive towards Net Zero? It’s not looking good. 

Thousands of wind turbines and large photovoltaic panels already disfigure parts of our countryside. Now there are plans to build a 210-acre solar farm which would dwarf the remains of Silchester, Hampshire, a Roman-built village said to be one of our most important ancient sites. 

Could other significant locations also be in danger from eco-lunacy projects? TCW Defending Freedom has been checking at town halls nationwide and found several worrying planning applications . . .

Kent: The White Cliffs of Dover to be painted black to absorb the sun’s rays, creating a huge radiant heater where newly-arrived cross-Channel illegals can dry off.  

Wiltshire: Gaps between the upright sarsen stones of Stonehenge to be filled in with breeze blocks and rendered with cow-dung mortar to create a circular ‘eco-temple’ for the Druidic wing of Extinction Rebellion. 

Somerset:Cheddar Gorge to be walled off at each end and filled with millions of tons of organic waste to make a gigantic digester producing bio-gas. 

Dorset: The Cerne Abbas Giant hillside chalk figure – a naked man displaying a prominent part of his anatomy – to be redrawn to show a Just Stop Oil protester glued to a tanker. Objection received: ‘This will replace one big p***k with an even bigger one.’ 

Lothian: The ancient volcano under the Arthur’s Seat hill in Edinburgh to be reactivated with explosives and its geothermal heat carbon-captured. Technical note: A controlled lava flow will bury the nearby Scottish Parliament building.  

Nottinghamshire:Sherwood Forest to be felled to provide biomass wood pellets for Drax power station. Timber from the venerated 1,000-year-old Major Oak will provide enough electricity to keep a two-bar electric fire going for ten hours.  

City of London: Dome of St Paul’s Cathedral to be clad with solar panels. Developer’s note: Archbishop of Canterbury will hold a blessing service when Wren’s masterpiece will be renamed St Paul’s Climate Concern Cathedral. 

Northumbria: The south face of Hadrian’s Wall to be covered by 73 miles of solar panels, with milecastles replaced by wind turbines. Objection received: Roman legion re-enactors say the downdrafts from the turbine blades will ruffle their togas.  

North of England: The rivers Tyne, Tees, Mersey and Humber to be dammed and hydro-electric plants built across their estuaries. Technical note: Newly-created reservoirs will leave dozens of Labour constituencies under water hundreds of feet deep. Their displaced populations will be offered relocation in Rwanda.  

Central London: An ‘Electric Eco-Everest’ to be built with unrecyclable Tesla car batteries at Marble Arch, in place of the ill-fated mound. Technical note: Visitors may be electrocuted. 

Somerset: The hot springs from the Roman baths in Bath to be diverted into a new purpose-built £100million hydrotherapy / spa convalescent resort for injured eco-warriors, with a special emphasis on treating glue-damaged body parts. 

Sussex: Site of the Battle of Hastings to be converted into a soybean and sunflower farm for manufacturing biofuel. 

Westminster: Powerful suction fans to be installed in the House of Commons to capture the hot air constantly generated by MPs. Technical note: System must be fitted with robust bull***t filters. 

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Weaver Sheridan
Weaver Sheridan
Weaver Sheridan is a wannabe best-selling novelist, one of his efforts being the Fifties Franny series, available on Amazon Kindle books.

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