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Rolf is an Oxford-educated British IFA, now retired. Rolf has been a bear from the late 90s on, hence the byline "Sackerson" (a famous 16th century bear on London's animal-baiting circuit). Rolf runs the Broad Oak Magazine blog; originally named "Bearwatch", it was set up ... more

Energy and Liberty

Date: Sunday, June 28, 2020 7:47 AM EDT

As the statue-rollers do their bit to help capitalism collapse under its self-contradictions, one should have thought the PC response to energy issues is 'renewable/small is beautiful'; but it seems Greenery has its own conundrums. Even Greta Thunberg is not immune from Left criticism, as witness Cory Morningstar's series on how 'Joan of Aargh!' is part of a plan to cash in on eco-investment and the charity/quango gravy train; this is a revolution that, like the French one and pace vegetarianism, threatens to eat its own children.

Nick Drew, writer at Capitalists@Work, here discusses another campaigner's idea that renewables may be a Bad Thing because of a 'power struggle' in two senses...

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