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Thursday, 5 September 2013

BBC television news……

Don’t tell the whole story. Instead they cherry picked part of the story to suit their green agenda.

A BBC Radio 5 live survey has suggested that people in the UK support clean energy and think that the government is not green enough. But in times of economic difficulty, people say cheap energy is more important than reducing emissions. Do we have to choose between the two?

The survey, carried out by ComRes, showed broad support for clean, "green" energy sources.

Unfortunately too many taking the poll, seem unaware of the true cost and lack of constant and significant generation by renewables.

Just take todays breakdown of electricity generation by type.


At the most it is 2.1%, at the least it is just a pitiful 1.4%.

And from the Royal Academy of Engineering comes this cost analysis.


If only the sheeple would look outside the BBC generated green bubble and see that cheap energy can be had. Shale gas for one.

But then again it’s like educating pork.


  1. I was down at Whitstable a few days ago, lovely sunny day with a gentle breeze, the sky was a gorgeous blue and the sea was a greenish colour with small waves lapping gently on the shore driven in by the on-shore breeze. It was quiet and very peaceful, "How wonderful" I thought, "this typical, English seaside solitude and beauty" Then foolishly I looked out to sea and what did I see, thirty wind generators and not one of them moving even though we had the aforementioned breeze, not one . All I can say is that it is a good job that abortions are legal in this country or those monstrosities could never have been stuck there to completely balls up an otherwise picturesque scene. I curse them and the scum who promote them, may their ear'oles turn to arse'oles and shit all down their necks. Yours bitterly. Conkcord.

  2. In a previous life I used to manage the utilities for several large breweries. Main job was cutting energy usage while keeping the lights on and production going. Without seeming to be too pompous, I was quite good at it. Its all common sense really.
    However I listened to some of the Radio 5 Live "Energy Day", what a complete load of wankers they are, god only knows what other people thought as they saw me screaming at the car radio; had to change to Classic FM to cool the blood. But as I have more than a passing interest in the subject I had to keep going back. Richard Bacon is a total twat, some of the left wing "green" shit he was coming out with was unbelievable, change to Classic. There is no one I know who is prepared to pay more for energy so that we can have more windmills, except for one or two quite wealthy individuals who don't care what it costs and then drive round in BMW X5's and Range Rovers, not diesel either.



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