• The Texas catastrophic blackouts: Lessons for developing countries

    • Date: 06/03/21
    • Tilak Doshi, Forbesd

    For planners and politicians of the developing countries, most of which are signatories to the (non-binding) Paris Agreement, hectored constantly about the need to “transition” from fossil fuels, the Texas debacle provides ironic education when the chips are down in the richest country in the world. The recent severe snowstorm in the US led to […]

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  • William Murray: Environmentalism, Trumpism, and the Working Class

    • Date: 20/02/21
    • William Murray, Quilette

    There is strong evidence that America’s environmental policies and practices over the past half-century—and their contribution to lower economic growth and rising income inequality—have brought class tensions to a breaking point. The inauguration of President Biden as the 46th US President hasn’t produced quite the catharsis that Democrats (and others) had hoped for. After only […]

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  • When smart people get the climate crazies

    • Date: 15/02/21
    • Michael Kile, Quadrant Online

    If Machiavelli set out to devise a strategy to drive the greatest wealth transfer in history, monetizing “climate change” on the pretext of saving planet Earth from an anthropogenic apocalypse would be at the top of his list. Globalists and climate controllers are very keen on it too. One of them is former rock-star central […]

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  • The political economy of mass hysteria & panic

    • Date: 11/02/21
    • Ivan Jankovic, American Institute for Economic Research

    The situations of collective insanity characterized by mass hysteria and panic are almost impossible to handle reasonably in a democratic society. A positive feedback loop between media “reporting” on disasters, real or imagined, the sense of dread, panic and urge to do something by the public and the response of the politicians to satisfy this […]

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  • Norway proves Britain’s electrification strategy is doomed to disaster

    • Date: 07/02/21
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

    There has been no doubt at all that the placemen at the National Grid, Ofgem and elsewhere have been covering up for the looming energy catastrophe for a long time now. They have assured us that we can rely on intermittent renewable energy, batteries and stupid smart meters to provide all of the energy we […]

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  • Are you ready for the climate lockdowns?

    • Date: 05/02/21
    • Stephen L Miller, Spectator US

    It’s only a matter of time Last week President Biden signed an executive order to rejoin the Paris Climate Accords. This was a mostly symbolic gesture, as the same alarmism being pushed prior to the agreement in 2016 is still being pushed now while nation-states like China are still ignoring it. Now Biden administration climate […]

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  • Raise fuel duty, Rishi, and watch the Red Wall votes evaporate

    • Date: 03/02/21
    • Howard Cox, The Conservative Woman

    THE Treasury’s customary pre-Budget routine, leaking threats of a fuel duty hike, is upon us again. Hurrah!  There’s a big difference this time, though – we are in a pandemic and more than 100,000 have regrettably died. The Government has borrowed and spent billions on the never-never to prop up business, jobs and society.   In […]

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  • Tesla’s dirty little secret: Its net profit doesn’t come from selling cars

    • Date: 01/02/21
    • CTV News

    Tesla posted its first full year of net income in 2020 — but not because of sales to its customers. Eleven states require automakers sell a certain percentage of zero-emissions vehicles by 2025. If they can’t, the automakers have to buy regulatory credits from another automaker that meets those requirements — such as Tesla, which exclusively sells electric cars. It’s […]

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