Such a prescient, beautiful sentiment.

Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Why Don't They Think Things Through?

Such As.

When considering the almighty shambles that is Western Government today and the malignancy wrought upon us by The EU it's easy to forget some of the disasters for which political failure is responsible. Indeed as Merkel and Sarkozy chase the Holy Grail of their own stupidity, I suspect their time is heavily committed to trying to breathe life into the corpse of their making.

So as winter approaches I fell it pertinent to revisit the climate change industry. So vast is this operation you have to beg the question of how much it contributes to the burden of debt around our necks. Of all the nastiness and Goebbels like propaganda employed by The EU to scare us, wind farms must rank amongst the most foul.

This excellent site tells it how , it is. Just this one aspect of the ideology is costing billions. Add the dumping of any will to develop shale gas reserves and we see trillions of retrievable debt ignored by the so called leaders. Note as well the blatant failure to comply with "inconvenient" laws. As an additional measure of the propaganda by  stealth and omission, look at this barely reported matter in the same vein, shhhhhhh, don't tell too many people! plus, prince of common sense!

Still on climate, since it remains one of the EU's biggest scams, look at the new "climategate" emails popping up, as we see here.  Of the eye watering snippets is this, as part of this post about not thinking things through. "“Nations must invest $37 trillion in energy technologies by 2030 to stabilize greenhouse gas emissions at sustainable levels.” 

Finally we have that other issue surrounding the control of our lives and the unshakeable belief, not shared in Egyptian and Middle Eastern countries right now, that, as a powerful elite our masters' are able to side with their corporate friends in the continued rape of the West's peoples. Shameless. and blatant.

There are so many examples of these consequences. Fishery policies that have allowed the hoovering of the sea bed , trade regulations to block imports. Trade barriers and tariffs in all but name abound. All of these considerations are but minor when held against the size of this out of control, undemocratic dictatorship by bureaucracy. Sadly I see no end in sight. A slow and lingering decline welcomed only by those able to profit from insider trading. Trade that sometimes seems deliberate in its destruction of the masses for the gain of the few.

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