Author: Adrestia

The Chihuahua of Doom

[Ed: This article continues where  “A Precautionary Principle”, published yesterday, left off, but can be read as a stand-alone article.] The difficulty for anyone who wants to point out that the climate king has no clothes is the sheer inertia of the narrative, the absolute power of the climate change story which is, when you look at it closely, nothing more than just another millennial panic. I’ve watched those who normally would have been very suspicious of, for example, an American millionaire who proclaims that rising sea levels will drown Miami while at the same time buying a waterfront…

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Activities that present an uncertain potential for significant harm should be subject to the best technology available with requirements to minimise the risk of harm unless the proponent of the activity shows that they present no appreciable risk of harm – Wikipedia A recent UKIPD post had the following paragraph: “People… don’t want fracking and they don’t want pollution, flooding and other effects of unsustainable development. UKIP should be campaigning for the environment on behalf of the people because nobody in parliament is. Descending into climate denial will not win votes.” During the 2015 election, I mentioned on Radio…

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“The Conservative Woman”

As a bit of a political junkie I read a lot of blogs, not discriminating by their take: left, right or barking. One of the better ones is The Conservative Woman, not too partisan and with a lot of common-sense. Sometimes, if things get bad enough, even the most dedicated supporter can have enough. It’s well worth reading the 24th Oct post by Laura Perrins. Maybe she is beginning to see the light: An Open Letter to Miss Laura Perrins Miss Perrins, let me persuade you to come over to the dark side! During the 2017 election I was asked by…

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Enoch was wrong

Enoch Powell, who may have been a very clever man but was a lousy politician, made it impossible to talk about immigration for more than a generation. With his so-called ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech he gave those who hate their country an excuse to attack anyone who tries to address the problem.  Ms Waters is making the exact same error. I wrote the following open letter to Stuart Agnew as soon as I heard that he too was giving our enemies an obvious target: “Dear Stuart, To say I was surprised by your suggestions for leadership candidates in the latest Eastern MEP update would be an…

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