The insanity and irresponsibility of impoverishing CO2 reduction policies
Worse is better (http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/jamesdelingpole/100208719/worse-is-better/)
James Delingpole, Telegraph | March 24th, 2013
…. These times, we’re beginning to appreciate, are not like other times. There’s simply no precedent for the kind of depression we’re experiencing now. Certainly not for the way our political class, in league with the bankers and corporatists (and their inevitable battery of lawyers) are conspiring against the people and adopting measures absolutely guaranteed to make things worse. Energy is a case in point. I think Booker is absolutely right to describe the crazy quest for CO2 reduction at all costs as “arguably the greatest act of political irresponsibility in our history.” There is no logic to it. It’s insanity. ….
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