There’s no shortage of gas, Mr Fracking Cameron

So why do we need to destroy Britain’s water, soil and air?  Why do we need earthquakes and subsidence?

Answer – because water is the next business idea for the oil elites.  Water is to be made scarce, and then charged for.  Fracking and gas drilling through our aquifers is the fastest way to destroy our water reserves.

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3 Responses to “There’s no shortage of gas, Mr Fracking Cameron”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Water is already (illegally) charged for. The water companies get around it by saying the charges are for cleaning the water.
    However – they charge twice for the same water…
    A charge for the rain water that falls upon your roof (which varies depending if you have a terraced (only 2 sides), semi (3 sides) or detached (4 sides)- the more side to your roof the more you pay.
    This includes flats in a block with only one roof – they all pay as individual buildings (rip off).
    Then the clean water from the tap you use (although they have already charged you for that in the cleaning of the rain water)
    Then the charge for cleaning your waste water which you pay for again as clean water.

    Gypsies do not pay these charges however as the have a stand alone tap in open ground – thereby actioning their human right to fresh water

  2. Nollidge says:

    Tap- I’ve been a bit too busy lately to follow the posts.I’m trying to catch up,but I wonder if this has been posted:-
    `Many chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, can disrupt not only the human body’s reproductive hormones but also the glucocorticoid and thyroid hormone receptors, which are necessary to maintain good health, a new study finds. The results were presented Monday at the joint meeting of the International Society of
    Endocrinology and the Endocrine Society: ICE/ENDO 2014 in Chicago. – See more at:

  3. paul maleski says:

    There’s no shortage of sunshine!

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