Even before the ignominious departure of Climate Religion minister Chris Huhne to face criminal charges for Perverting the Course of Justice, the writing was on the wall for the Green Agenda in Britain.
In October 2010 Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne caused outrage amongst the Green ecomentalists with his statement “We’re not going to save the planet by putting our country out of business“.
Then Huhne was gone, his replacement, Ed Davey professed to be as big an idiot as Huhne, then largely dropped off the radar, after opening an off shore wind farm that Huhne had originally been scheduled to open.
At the beginning of March 2012 Prime Minister David Cameron suddenly turned against wind farms when he said “wind farms over subsidised and wasteful of public money“.
With not only Tory MPs complaining about the cost Greening Britain, but also a Lib Dem Cabinet minister wanting £740 billion of Green taxation removed, the Green NGOs, renewable energy subsidy junkies and every gong banging hippie that barks at the moon are fearing that March 21st will be Black Wednesday for the Church of Climatology in Britain. Read the rest of this entry