The British government’s new Energy Minister has admitted that the UK will be facing electricity black-outs by 2016 because coal and nuclear power stations are going to be decomissioned and “green” power can’t be produced in big enough quantities to keep the lights on.
It’s a welcome admission that the British government’s energy policy is going to destroy the country and that the green scam is intended to return us to a mediæval economy but there’s a gotcha. It is, says David MacKay, our fault that there isn’t going to be enough electricity because we keep opposing wind farms, nuclear power stations and energy imports and not at all the fault of the British government for committing to closing down existing powerstations and replacing them with windmills.
So it’s our fault for objecting to handing over acres of countryside for windmills and the planning system is getting in the way of the British government’s plans. The general public isn’t going to change its mind over wind farms and when electricity rationing and black-outs start there are going to be riots. Therefore, in the mind of a politician, the only solution is to change the planning system so that we can’t object to wind farms. And because planning is devolved, it will only be changed in England and large scale wind farms will only be built in England against our wishes. The Scottish government has already said that no nuclear power stations will be built in Scotland even though they have thousands of square miles of uninhabited countryside that would be perfect for nuclear power stations.
So the burden will once again fall on England to provide for the whole UK while the celts get to pick and choose when they want to contribute and on what terms. All I can hope is that when the lights go out – and there is very little doubt that they will – that the ensuing total failure of society will destroy the anti-English British establishment.