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- 97. One sinner that repenteth | Roger Helmer MEP
Fritz Vahrenholt is a distinguished German politician (SPD) who gained a doctorate in chemistry in Münster, and started his professional career at the environmental protection agency in Berlin, and the Ministry of the Environment of Hesse. He has spent much of his career campaigning on environmental issues.In 1998 he joined the energy industry, and until 2001 was on the Board of Deutsche Shell AG, a Shell subsidiary. In 2001 he moved to post of CEO of the wind turbine company REpower Systems AG and remained there until 2007. From February 2008 he was CEO of electric power company RWE subsidiary RWE Innogy. In 1999 he was made an Honorary Professor of chemistry at the University of Hamburg.Vahrenholt was for years a true believer in climate alarmism — until he read “The Hockey Stick Illusion”. He is now a convinced sceptic, and recently collaborated with colleague Dr. Sebastian Lüning to write a new book “The Cold Sun: Why the Climate Crisis Isn’t Happening”, currently only available in German, but scheduled for publication in English later this year.
URL: http://rogerhelmermep.wordpress.com/2012/05/30/one-sinner-that-repenteth/ - 63KB - 07 Sep 2012
Excerpt: 2001 he moved to post of ceo of the wind turbine company repower systems ag...
- 98. Developers who refuse to build homes must have their land taken away, Miliband warns | Mail...
The Labour leader will announce tomorrow that he would give councils power to start charge fees to those sitting on land - and then to issue compulsory purchase orders.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2345691/Developers-refuse-build-homes-land-taken-away-Miliband-warns.html - 228KB - 21 Jun 2013
Excerpt: rate rating 0 report abuse i think wind farms are not helping property...
- 99. Unions need more power: What the head of Labour's biggest paymaster 'Red Len' McCluskey told Ed Milliband
The Unite union is seeking to get a stranglehold on Labour by training activists as future MPs and seeking to flood the party with 15,000 new members from the union.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2273530/Unions-need-power-What-head-Labours-biggest-paymaster-Red-Len-McCluskey-told-Ed-Miliband.html - 210KB - 05 Feb 2013
Excerpt: new james lovelock has described wind turbines as monuments of a failed...
- 100. The ghosts of Hampden,Pym and Eliot should haunt Parliament today
Members of Parliament are heirs to a great tradition. Some of our predecessors took great personal risks to defend and extend the liberties of Englishmen and women. They fought to prevent the executive government, the Crown, exercising too much arbitrary power at the expense of the people.Today we need to remember that when Parliament debates whether important matters of criminal justice, recently repatriated to UK control, should be surrendered to the EU. John Hampden, John Pym and John Eliot fought against a Crown which wanted to presume to itself the power to tax without reference to the grievances and rights of those paying the bills. They fought to uphold the right of Parliament to fashion the law and ensure its fair enforcement. John Eliot died prematurely from his stay in prison for refusing to accept Ship money. John Hampden died of his wounds in an early battle of the civil war. Their cause was just and ultimately upheld.Today the threat to our liberties and right of self government comes not from the Crown but from the EU.
URL: http://johnredwoodsdiary.com/2014/07/10/the-ghosts-of-hampdenpym-and-eliot-should-haunt-parliament-today/ - 152KB - 01 Aug 2014
Excerpt: to have disappeared into the wind reply hope posted july 10 2014 at...
- 101. Wind farm contracts to increase energy bills for families - Telegraph
Millions of families face higher energy bills because of a “shocking” catalogue of errors made by the Government when it awarded contracts for expensive offshore wind farms, MPs will disclose today.
URL: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/9799261/Wind-farm-contracts-to-increase-energy-bills-for-families.html - 61KB - 14 Jan 2013
Excerpt: royal celebrities weird home news wind farm contracts to increase energy...
- 102. The great wind terror: we name the guilty man – Telegraph Blogs
And it's not David Cameron. Or Sir Reginald Sheffield Bt. Or Mrs Clegg. Or Tim "Trougher" Yeo. Or Lord "Ugh" Deben. Or the noisome Chris Huhne… Though, of course, all have played their part at one time or another in the despoliation of our matchless landscape with view-blighting, fuel-poverty-creating, sleep-denying, sick-making, flood-exascerbating, price-inflating, property-value-trashing, greed-stoking, puke-making, bird-slicing, bat-chomping eco crucifixes…I'm talking about the North London Marxist trustafarian ovoid who was, as Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, more responsible than any man or weird egg-creature alive for establishing the framework for Britain's disastrous wind policy. It is nicely summed up by this commenter at the Business Green website:Miliband has huge cheek, opportunistically raising his head at this point as if he is an innocent bystander.
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/jamesdelingpole/100191145/the-great-wind-terror-we-name-the-guilty-man/ - 58KB - 28 Nov 2012
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- 103. Chris Huhne's favourite yoghurt ingredient – Telegraph Blogs
Let me explain the analogy, which I first introduced to a nauseated world in a Spectator column penned in bile in the aftermath the Eton Grocer's spectacular general election non-victory. Here's the relevant passage:Quite the most absurd piece of recrimination I've heard so far from the Cameroons, though, is the notion that the real people to blame for all this are those 900,000 or so folk who voted UKIP, as well as all those rabid head-banging types like James Delingpole who were so unhelpful in pointing out the flaws in Project Cameron's splendid policies. If only we'd held our noses and accepted that the Cameroons, for all their flaws, were our last hope of restoring Conservatism to power in Britain, then Dave might be in position right now to effect Real Change.This is what I call the Dog S**t Yoghurt Fallacy. Suppose your preferred brand of fruit yoghurt manufacturer has been losing sales of late and has decided, after doing a bit of market research, that it may be necessary to alter the formula slightly. What at least some of the punters are clamouring for these days, it seems, is not chunks of fruit in their yoghurt but bits of dog poo instead.
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/jamesdelingpole/100059574/chris-huhnes-favourite-yoghurt-ingredient/ - 67KB - 22 Feb 2012
Excerpt: green alternative to nuclear 8211 wind power 8211 doesn t require massive...
- 104. On EU, is Miliband ignorant or deliberately dishonest - The Commentator
Power is being transferred all the time to the EU. Every new Directive and regulation gives the EU more power and the UK government less. Mr Miliband has no intention of holding a referendum on it despite his promise.Mr Miliband sat firmly on the fence the other day in his speech on a referendum. The bottom line, we were told, was a referendum would be unlikely between 2015 and 2020 if Labour win the election. The Mirror can say that means a vote is possible, and the FT can reassure business (just the Europhile kind of course) that there will be no referendum.The problem with the policy is that it is based on a lie. It assumes no powers are currently passing to the EU, and that no powers will pass to the EU in the next Parliament.
URL: http://www.thecommentator.com/article/4809/on_eu_is_miliband_ignorant_or_deliberately_dishonest - 32KB - 29 Mar 2014
Excerpt: ignorant or deliberately dishonest power is being transferred all the time...
- 105. Uranium Is So Last Century â€” Enter Thorium, the New Green Nuke | Wired Magazine | Wired.com
The thick hardbound volume was sitting on a shelf in a colleague's office when Kirk Sorensen spotted it. A rookie NASA engineer at the Marshall Space F
URL: http://www.wired.com/magazine/2009/12/ff_new_nukes/all/1 - 79KB - 22 Mar 2012
Excerpt: s experiments producing nuclear power with an element called thorium at...
- 106. Britain should leap-frog Hinkley and lead 21st Century nuclear revolution
It is hard to imagine now, but Britain once led the nuclear revolution.Ernest Rutherford first broke the nuclei of atoms at Manchester University in 1917. Our Queen opened the world's first nuclear power plant in 1956 at Calder Hall.Such were the halcyon days of British atomic confidence, before defeatism took hold and free market ideology was pushed to pedantic extremes.Most of Britain's ageing reactors will be phased out over the next decade, leaving a gaping hole in electricity supply. By historic irony the country has drifted into a position where it now depends on an ailing state-owned French company to build its two reactors at Hinkley Point, with help from the Chinese Communist Party.
URL: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/08/17/britain-should-leap-frog-hinkley-and-lead-21st-century-nuclear-r/ - 156KB - 18 Aug 2016
Excerpt: been happening just as solar and wind costs plummet and the verdict is in...
- 107. Chris Heaton-Harris MP uses 60 adjectives to condemn building of wind farm Tory MPs
During Tuesday's Adjournment debate before the start of the Christmas recess, a number of Members spoke on energy and climate change. The most remarkable contribution to the debate came from Chris Heaton-Harris, the Member for Daventry. He used 60 - yes, sixty - adjectives to describe the decision to approve the building of a wind farm in his constituency:"That brings me to some unbelievably bad news I received yesterday about my constituency. There was—how can I put it?—a disgraceful, vulgar, disrespectful, terrible, shameful, contemptible, detestable, dishonourable, disreputable, ignoble, mean, offensive, scandalous, shabby, shady, shocking, shoddy, unworthy, deplorable, awful, calamitous, dire, disastrous, distressing, dreadful, faulty, grim, horrifying, lamentable, lousy, mournful, pitiable, regrettable, reprehensible, rotten, sad, sickening, tragic, woeful, wretched, abhorrent, abominable, crass, despicable, inferior, odious, unworthy, atrocious, heinous, loathsome, revolting, scandalous, squalid, tawdry, cowardly, opprobrious, insulting, malevolent, scurrilous and basically stinkingly poor decision of the Planning Inspectorate to approve the Kelmarsh wind farm, which will devastate huge swathes of beautiful rural Northamptonshire.
URL: http://conservativehome.blogs.com/parliament/2011/12/chris-heaton-harris-mp-chhcalling-uses-60-adjectives-to-condemn-building-of-wind-farm.html - 153KB - 22 Dec 2011
Excerpt: adjectives to condemn building of wind farm by matthew barrett follow...
- 108. Nuclear: Still the safest mainstream generating technology | Roger Helmer MEP
“It would be madness to abandon our nuclear programme”, says Boris Johnson. And despite the media hysteria going on at the moment, he’s right. Russia has its hand on the gas taps. There is chaos sweeping the Middle East and Arab oil fields. The price of petrol is hitting record highs. Greenpeace are at the door as I write, protesting against the extraction of oil from tar sands in Canada. Energy security has never been so critical.And despite the hype, nuclear is still the safest mainstream generating technology we have.Let’s get it in perspective. Yesterday, in response to a histrionic spam e-mail against nuclear, I wrote: Industry deaths in Coal: >250,000. In Hydro: >250,000. In nuclear, fewer than 100. That’s actually one hundred – not an abbreviation for 100,000. Nuclear is not just safer than coal or hydro — it’s safer by many orders of magnitude.
URL: http://rogerhelmermep.wordpress.com/2011/03/19/nuclear-still-the-safest-mainstream-generating-technology/ - 64KB - 22 Apr 2012
Excerpt: s podcasts podcast on nuclear power wind farm gives the lie to localism...
- 109. Human Rights Act lets us override MPs, admits Lord Neuberger | Mail Online
The Human Rights Act has given courts a blank cheque to make up the law, a senior judge said yesterday.Lord Neuberger, who is the president of the Supreme Court, said the Act effectively gave the views of the judiciary precedence over Parliament. He said this extra power for judges was a good thing – because it kept governments in check.British judges have increasingly defied ministers since the Act was passed by Labour in 1998.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2722337/A-blank-cheque-make-law-Human-Rights-Act-lets-override-MPs-admits-Britain-s-judge.html - 354KB - 12 Aug 2014
Excerpt: precedence over parliament extra power keeps governments in check says...
- 110. Green taxes will push energy bills up to £2,000: Ministers urged to lift 'dranconian' burden on...
By 2020, green charges and tax will make up £620 of the typical annual bill for gas and electricity, according to the Taxpayers' Alliance.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2355195/Green-taxes-push-energy-bills-2-000-Ministers-urged-lift-dranconian-burden-struggling-families.html - 227KB - 04 Jul 2013
Excerpt: cent on renewables such as offshore wind and hydropower the study said...
- 111. Fracking Has 'Cut Carbon Emissions More than All the World's Wind and Solar Energy'
Fracking has led to a greater reduction in carbon emissions than all the world's wind turbines and solar panels put together, the Council of Europe heard last week.
URL: http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/07/04/Fracking-Has-Cut-Carbon-Emissions-More-than-All-the-Worlds-Wind-and-Solar-Energy - 56KB - 06 Jul 2014
Excerpt: emissions more than all the world s wind and solar energy print article send...
- 112. 'No hand on the fucking tiller': The moment Hillary Clinton let loose on Obama during booze-fueled rant, new book reveals | Daily Mail
Hillary Clinton berated President Barack Obama as ‘incompetent and feckless' and said he had become 'a joke' after having one too many glasses of wine at a reunion dinner last year with friends from college, a new tell-all book reveals.'When her friends asked Hillary to tell them what she thought — really thought — about the president she had served for four draining years, she lit into Obama with a passion that surprised them all,' former Newsweek editor Edward Klein writes in his book Blood Feud.'"The thing with Obama is that he can’t be bothered and there is no hand on the tiller half the time,"' Clinton is said to have barked in her boozy rant. ‘That’s the story of the Obama presidency. No hand on the f***ing tiller.’
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2670920/The-moment-Hillary-Clinton-let-loose-Obama-booze-fueled-rant-new-book-reveals.html - 374KB - 27 Jun 2014
Excerpt: a hair raising moment when gust of wind blows her blonde mane into a tangle...
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