It means we will not build a road that would help emergency services reach remote areas ‘because climate change’. It means we will not help build a power station that would bring electricity, jobs and growth to an under-developed region ‘because climate change’. It means less money on life-saving medicine ‘because climate change’.
Green Imperialism is still Imperialism. Barry Woods encapsulated this defective attitude on Twitter thread back in 2015:
By Paul Homewood
Conservative Woman’s scathing assessment of the disastrous Theresa May’s latest policy shambles:
IN the last wretched days of her premiership, Theresa May has announced her worst policy yet. No, I am not talking about her decision to rush through a £1trillion ‘Net Zero’ emissions target with no scrutiny and no impact assessment, extraordinarily ill-considered though that is. I mean her pledge that in future Britain’s entire £14billion aid budget must be spent ‘in a way that contributes to the transition to the global low-carbon economy’.
The phrase is pure jargon, but it means that the welfare of the poorest people in the world is now less important to us as a country than supporting a trillion-dollar worldwide ‘green’ energy racket. What does that say about us?
It means we will not build a road that would help emergency services reach remote areas ‘because climate change’. It…
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