Tory MPs Tell David Cameron To Cut Green Taxes For WindFarms
The disproportionate influence of the Lib Dems on the coalition government has been clearly shown in many fudged policy decisions, the worst of which is the whole renewables crusade driven entirely by Chris Huhne and his insane personal desire to have 32,000 on shore bird choppers.
The coalition government is shaky at best, if this were not the case then the disingenuous Huhne would not have lasted so long, Huhne has in fact achieved nothing but promoting his Climate Religion and helped line the pockets of those rich enough to own enough land to have a windfarm cash generater that pays when it generates electricty, and also pays when it does not generate electricty.
British windfarms have been paid millions of pounds to not generate electricity, which Huhne seems to think is reasonable and provides cost effective power, most probably because Greenpeace, WWF and FoE told Huhne that Green subsidised energy is cheap, politically correct and wholly endorsed by the Church of Climatology.
Now, at last MPs are hearing the uproar about the whole Green renewables scam, well at least Tory MPs are, don’t expect any opposition from the Green socialists in the Labour and Lib Dem parties.
DAVID Cameron is under fresh pressure from his own backbenchers to slash subsidies for controversial onshore wind farms. Dozens of Tory MPs are joining forces in a new group pressing for the Government to review funding for a technology they argue does “more harm than good”.
Selby and Ainsty MP Nigel Adams, one of those who attended the group’s first meeting, urged the Prime Minister to act in the House of Commons yesterday by focusing support on “cost-effective and reliable” technologies like biomass rather than “inefficient, costly, large-scale onshore wind farms”.
He told the Yorkshire Post onshore wind farms were “cash cows” and added: “One person’s subsidy is another person’s tax, but if you do have this pot of money to encourage green energy I’d much rather see if be used on proven, reliable, cost-effective technology like biomass.”
The group, led by Daventry MP Chris Heaton-Harris, marks a significant shift in pressure on the Government from its own MPs over onshore wind farms which have often proved controversial, particularly when located near some of Yorkshire’s beauty spots.
“Cast Iron” Dave has two problems facing him now:
Cameron’s hold over his backbench MP’s is tenuous and politically he cannot afford a rebellion, the other is upsetting Little Nicky Clegg and his Lib Dems.
Chris Huhne is not popular in the coalition, not even with his own party, but Huhne is 20% of the Lib Dem presence in the Cabinet and a one time Lib Dem leadership contender.
Assuming Chris Huhne is charged with perverting the course of justice, then he will be removed and ergo the problem is largely neutralised as the lunatic evangelist for Climate Religion approved energy will be gone, if Huhne is not charged then Cameron will be caught between his backbenchers and the Lib Dems, all the while chained to a suicidal energy policy.
Posted on January 27, 2012, in Anthropogenic Global Warming, Church Of Climatology, Climate Change, Conservative, Green Lies, Renewables, Wind Power and tagged David Cameron, Tory MPs, Wind Farms. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.