Monday, March 4, 2013

Fracking idiots

Yes, we're talking about Greenpeace the enviroloons who believe that people should freeze to death in silence when the wind doesn't blow or the sun doesn't shine and who have taken upon themselves to build an artificial fracking rig on a village green outside George Osborne's constituency offices.
Greenpeace campaigners have erected mock drilling rigs on a village green outside George Osborne's constituency office in protest at fracking.
The group has climbed on to the first floor balcony of the Conservative MPs Tatton office in Cheshire, and renamed it the headquarters of "Frack & Go".
They said a new poll found the majority of the chancellor's constituents oppose shale gas extraction.
Tatton has been earmarked as a potential area for drilling.
Definitely smaller than a birdmincer

Apart from being smaller than a bloody bird mincer I can't imagine for one second that village greens the country over are going to have fracking rigs set upon them. We also know just how Greenpeace come up with their market research too. They either lie or they get the pollster (ComRes) to load the question to give them the answer they want, something along the lines of...
"Do you want a massive industrial fracking rig which also acts as a gateway to hell built in your back garden?" "Or do you want clean green energy from alternative sources?"
Exaggerated for effect of course but only slightly one suspects as we know how the enviroloon mindset works. They are so determined to bring about a new dark ages with us proles ruled over by an (environmentally friendly) elite with a massive die off in population because there's far too many of us and only the enviroloons deserve to live.
sadly they are being manipulated by the politicians for their own purposes, one of which is to make money via shares in birdmincer producers, the other is to use any scam to make money and if anyone's going to survive, it will be the politicians and not the environmentalists as they'll be dropped like a hot turd as soon as they become too inconvenient (I give it five years perhaps less if the lights start going out)
So all Greenpeace are doing is annoying people, by building something which wouldn't be in that place at all. It's certainly not as ugly or as expensive as a birdmincer and gives us cheap energy.
I can't really see what their point was/is.
The fact that there have been recorded earthquakes in areas suitable for fracking way before fracking was even tested seems to have escaped their attention too (or perhaps simply ignored)
Then again I can't really see the point of politicians either.

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