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Well, yes, this is the point for at least some

Net Zero is trapping us in the dungeons of state control

At least some of them out there are looking for the control and any excuse will do. How many though, and how many are useful idiots, that’s the BIG Q

7 thoughts on “Well, yes, this is the point for at least some”

  1. Someone here highlighted the output of https://ukfires.org the other day. Their work should be publicised to the absolute max. Of course they are totally tonto, but they are honest. AFAIK the only pro-Net Zero organisation which is actually honest about what Net Zero actually entails.

  2. Why, exactly, did Britain decide to allow meddling councils crack down on our freedom of movement in the name of climate change

    When Dave Cameron launched his “nudge unit”, we really should’ve built guillotines.

    A government that believes it has the right to “nudge” you – a taxpaying grown adult – into behaviors it wants isn’t your servant, it’s your master.

  3. “Why, exactly, did Britain decide to allow meddling councils crack down on our freedom of movement in the name of climate change”

    As a localist, I fully support this power. Councils are the best level to decide what is road, what is a bus lane etc. And if you vote for commies and hippies, you get commie and hippy policies, and you get them good and hard.

  4. Gen Z have been terrorised since Reception class at school that they will be ostracised for any dissent from the Green Agenda. Critical skills? Observational data? Neglected and superceded as unuseful

  5. how many are useful idiots, … Reception class at school that they will be ostracised for any dissent from the Green Agenda.
    Both reminders that people seek to maximise what they perceive as their own personal advantage.
    The key to combating this shite is to change the incentives.

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