The saviours of the planet
I see Tobacco Control are hoping to prostitute their “expertise”?
They reckon that their brilliant performance at stopping smoking [?!] is a talent sufficient to save the planet.
They are touting themselves as the experts to force us all to save the future of our world.
They point out the fantastic success [?!] of plain packaging so presumably they are the only people who can think up the idea of plastering a lurid image of a drowned village on the side of a domestic oil tank? They are the only ones who can ban advertising of cars. Presumably they are the only people who could come up with the idea of dressing all cows up as polar bears?
They also want to “denormalise” all those people who they reckon are causing Warble Gloaming? This one I confess has me a little intrigued. Do they want to make it mandatory for every non-all-electric home to have a skull and crossbones painted on the front door or on a sign in the front garden? Will meat eaters have to eat out on the pavement?
Of course the first big task is to invent Second-hand Climate Destruction, where if you encounter someone who is an evil fossil fuel user another species becomes extinct, or the sea levels rise another few inches?
None of their measures really matter. Success is irrelevant.
They just want to ensure their salaries.
The climate-change version of ‘vaping’ must be to force people to buy wholly inadequate electric heat-pumps instead of gas boilers, just like vaping, it’s all bling & glitz and no substitute for the real thing. And when there’s a power-cut, like happened in northern England for 10 stormy winter days up to this week, that’s the equivalent of your vape needing a re-charge. The similarities are endless . . . . just like their salaries, pensions & expenses.
“The similarities are endless . . . . just like their salaries, pensions & expenses.”
The perfect response Mp.
I would guess they all are also driven to and from the office each day and at least 50% of them have on their desk a humidor of the finest cigars money can buy.
Yes, what “Climate emergency”?
There was a bit of a breeze in your area this week?