Ed Miliband has set out his stall at last. Now we know what his priorities are if he is elected as prime minister.
From the Standard
The environment may not be as fashionable an issue now as it was when David Cameron attached a wind turbine to his house. But I believe tackling climate change is the most important thing I can do in politics for the long-term future of my kids and their generation.
I will not leave those principles behind at the door to Downing Street. That is the choice the country will face at the next election: a Conservative government that … makes Britain a laggard on climate change, or a Labour government that leads.
So there you have it. By conflating ‘the environment’ with ‘global warming’, Ed Miliband hopes to hoodwink the British public into supporting his rich mates in their quest to rob us into poverty and ruin the country’s economy with the international wealth redistribution scheme which masquerades as ‘climate action’.
Fellow traveller Ed Davey at DECC has been doing his bit over the last five years. The cost of his planned measures to ‘decarbonise’ will increase the money required to continue the kamikaze energy policy from £2.3Billion to over £9Billion by 2020. You can be sure Ed won’t be trying to control those spiralling costs if we give him the reins of power in the UK.
After all, it was Ed Miliband as energy minister under Gordon ‘Bigoted flat Earther’ Brown, who brought in the economic suicide note known as the Climate Change Act, which legally commits Britain to wrecking it economy by 2050.
Keep calm and vote UKIP – the only party with a coherent energy policy.