Another half a million will be in fuel poverty in 12 months time

El Gordo wants to set up a £60bn climate change fund to help poor countries come up with bullshit ways to deal with climate change.

Meanwhile, BBC News is reporting this morning (on the TV but not on the website for some reason) that an extra half a million families could be forced into fuel poverty because electricity companies are being forced to spend billions on expensive, inefficient and unreliable windmills instead of cheap, reliable power stations to hit bullshit government targets.

This is just getting beyond a fucking joke.  Climate change has been happening for millions of years and it will continues to happen for millions of fucking years.  There is no proof – not one single piece of evidence that stands up to the briefest of scrutiny – that the climate is being changed by human activity in any significant or detrimental way.

Windmills and solar panels can’t even come close to producing enough electricity to meet demand.  Relying on “renewable” energy will turn electricity into a luxury that only the ruling classes can afford which will, of course, solve the problem of electricity rationing which we will be seeing in the next few years.

And to rub salt into the wound, we’re going to be contributing our “fair share” of a £60bn fund so that corrupt third world despots can come up with similar bullshit claimte change policies while an extra half a million people are expected to be spending 10% of their income on gas and electricity in the next 12 months.

Where on earth can I get away from this fucking bullshit?  I swear to god, much more of this and I’m going to go postal in Westminster Palace.

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5 comments

  1. Daggs (50 comments) says:

    Interesting! Do you know the rules Re.’fuel poverty’ ?
    I live on a modest pension and already pay more than 10% of it in fuel bills. But i do have savings.

  2. KeithS (80 comments) says:

    “already pay more than 10% of it in fuel bills. But i do have savings.”

    More fool you (and me). We should have spent it all on booze, fags, holidays, Sky TV, and all the other things that the “poorer people” seem to have, instead of saving for our old age. Then we could have got all sorts of subsidies thrown at us.

  3. Daggs (50 comments) says:

    Yer! How mad is that?
    I’m going out on the piss tomorrow. I might come back in August!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Charlie Marks (365 comments) says:

    Most UK energy companies are transnational corporations based in France and Germany – the so-called liberalisation of energy markets is hard-wired into the European Union.

    On fuel poverty, Consumer Focus reports that the energy companies have failed to pass on cuts in wholesale energy prices – in other words, customers are being overcharged by an average of 74 pounds this year.

  5. Glen (3 comments) says:

    Also why this unemployed trucker can not get a f***in job cause fuel duty etc is closing so many haulage companies come on britain when we gonna wake up an since june its got a lot worse. Who’s responsible not labour i’m afraid it was the idiots who voted them in again bring back the monster raving looney party i say

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