The truth behind the dash for gas – water destruction.

COMMENT –  Thanks Tap for that very interesting documentary. It really is a scary business Fracking.

Watched a documentary film last night called Fracknation by Phelim McAleer, what a joke!! A complete opposite of what of what this documentary says. Its worth watching just to hear what pathetic arguments he presents in his documentary. He also mentions that Putin is funding anti-fracking groups lol.

TAP – Don’t be fooled into equating anti-fracking with anti-hydrocarbon.  That’s usually managed opposition.

Published on 27 Apr 2014

Documentary lifting the lid on fracking spin, investigating environmental and health issues associated with fracking in Australia, the US, and Lancashire and UK Methane’s plans to drill near drinking water sources in Somerset. 



I’m a website designer, and recently took a client making these large mills used for drilling. This entire time, I thought they were doing traditional drilling. Today, as I was going over the site with the client, I found out that the products he’s manufacturing are geared toward fracking. The website it pretty much done, and now I feel like shit knowing that I’ve contributed to this environmental hazard. Wish I knew before taking this project.

This seems like another procedure on the long list of the Agenda 21 plan. They’re hitting us from every angle possible, contaminating everything: water, air, food, etc. A slow kill process brought to you by these Fabian, elitist sewer rats.

If there is anyone here that would like to make use of my design services for an anti-fracking site, then please let me know. I will do it absolutely free of charge. I’ll even provide the hosting for free.


and when i wrote to my MP  all she said was it will be fine. I wonder whose pay she is in.
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4 Responses to “The truth behind the dash for gas – water destruction.”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Clearly corruption on a massive scale. Who needs gas anyway, in may area of the country there is no gas and we’ve survived millenniums without it. Switch to electricity or better still make your own.

  2. Anonymous says:

    According to the Financial Times, NATO secretary-general Anders Fogh Rasmussen told an audience at Chatham House in London that the Russian government has been working with NGOs to ‘maintain European dependence on imported Russian gas’ by ‘funding anti-fracking groups’ to mislead the public and lobby governments. Maybe, maybe not. But such Gazprom conspiracy theories are irrelevant. Large green NGOs were born out of the excesses of British and European politics; they were created by politicians in Westminster and Brussels, not by Vladimir Putin.
    Forget alleged Russian meddling – just consider how close and incestuous the relationship between European politicians and green NGOs, including ones that oppose fracking, has become in recent years.
    In 2007, three years before David Cameron became UK prime minister, he announced his commitment to ‘microgeneration’ – that is, generous subsidies for domestic producers of electricity, solar PV panels in particular. ‘I passionately believe that a greener world will be a safer world’, he told reporters. What made this press conference so unusual is that it was held on the rooftop of Greenpeace’s London HQ.
    The Labour government at the time also sought the support of green NGOs. The drafting of Labour’s Climate Change Bill in 2005 had been led by former Friends of the Earth (FoE) activist Bryony Worthington, who had been seconded to the newly formed Department of Energy and Climate Change.
    Meanwhile, FoE ran an extensive campaign to lobby politicians and raise public support for the bill, called The Big Ask, which Worthington had established while at FoE. For her work on what became the Climate Change Act – regarded by many as the most expensive and damaging legislation in Britain’s history – Worthington was made a life peer, a remarkable achievement for someone not yet in her forties who had made no other notable contribution to public life or democratic politics.
    The Climate Change Act, which became law in 2008, was a hastily constructed instrument, intended as much to give British politicians leverage on the world stage as to reduce domestic greenhouse gas emissions. The conceit – and the reason for the haste – was that Britain, having enacted the world’s first domestic legislation to reduce CO2 emissions, would enjoy some kind of moral authority at UN meetings to find a global agreement on the issue. But the UK and the EU have been sidelined, and climate meetings always tend to descend into chaos and bitter acrimony.

    Read more: http://www.spiked-online.com/newsite/article/dont-blame-russia-for-the-anti-fracking-panic/15241#.U6wXwfldWzU

  3. Anonymous says:

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    Please sign Petition to stop David Cameron from Fracking: He wants to pass bill to drill under England’s homes.
    Fracking releases stored Methane by injecting chemicals into the ground and under homes.
    Many water supplies have been destroyed and we need to get off petroleum products today.
    Click here to Stop-fracking-law

    Read more: http://www.kobashi.co.uk/essentialoils/Kobashi-Green-Environmental-Policy.html?gclid=CLXJ4onLl78CFa2WtAodd0wAFA

    Gordon.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Thanks Tap for that very interesting documentary. It really is a scary business Fracking.

    Watched a documentary film last night called Fracknation by Phelim McAleer, what a joke!! A complete opposite of what of what this documentary says. Its worth watching just to hear what pathetic arguments he presents in his documentary. He also mentions that Putin is funding anti-fracking groups lol

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