It’s time our politicians came clean on climate change. We need to know exactly where they stand. Are they for
a) junk science, cooked books, rigged data, old people dying in fuel poverty, landscapes trashed and wildlife slaughtered by bat-chomping bird-slicing eco-crucifixes, enriched crony capitalists, higher taxes, green ideologues making the rules, economic stagnation, wealth redistribution, brainwashed kids, academic corruption, the decline of the West?
b) economic growth, the scientific method, cheap energy, rising standards of living, deregulation, freedom, liberty, abundance, conservation, nature, prosperity, limited government?
You can be one or the other but you can’t be both any more than you can be half pregnant.
And it’s time we stopped indulging those politicians, especially on the conservative side of the argument, who pretend you can.
This is why I praised Nigel Farage for his sensible response at the weekend to a climate change question by a BBC interviewer.
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