Another red letter day in the life of the Aardvark today and just like the last red letter day this one has got a little better as once again another green scheme that idiot Chris Huhne is in charge of, is about to crash and burn.
Freshly returned from the car crash in Cancun, Huhne’s latest set back is the Green Investment Bank, or rather the lack of size of the bank.
Concerns within the Treasury mean that the Green Investment Bank is more likely to be a fund Read the rest of this entry
Amongst the really good news about the Bonfire of the Quangos, is even better news as two of Gordon Brown’s Stasi like departments the Renewables Advisory Board and the Renewable Fuels Agency have been abolished.
Caroline Lucas, Britain’s only eco
terrorist mentalist MP is deeply upset by this, which means it is a good thing for everyone who lives in the real world.
The death of the Renewables Advisory Board was accompanied by a leaked letter saying its abolition was because “Those bodies that are considered to no longer deliver functions that are a priority … will be wound up”
This letter has even been seen by the Guardian. OMG! Read the rest of this entry
For the second time in 2010 our output of renewable energy fell by 12% due to “lower than expected wind speeds and a reduction in rainfall” according to Chicken Little’s Department of Energy and Climate Religion.
At last people are waking up to the great Green wind con and the reduction in output is causing questions to be asked about the £1 billion subsidy of tax payers money that the renewables scam receives each year. Read the rest of this entry
The worlds largest wind farm became operational yesterday off the coast of Thanet, Kent.
A great day for Chris “Chicken Little” Huhne as the £800 million development started to generate electricity, the champagne corks popped, Huhne grinned like a village idiot and then ruined the whole event by opening his mouth and spinning lies about Green jobs and how developments like these will be good for British jobs.
For every £1 spent in Britain, £4 went abroad to make this wind farm happen Read the rest of this entry