Owen Paterson, our local MP, doesn’t think much of his constituents. Once news got out about Dart Energy’s efforts to obtain planning permission for a test drill on Brooklands Farm, Dudleston in May, he failed to attend even one meeting he’s been invited to by locals in nearby village halls. He was sacked as Minister for the Environment, but still he’s frequently on record saying he’s in favour of Britain being fracked as much as possible, as soon as possible.
When asked recently about the people who will be affected by this, he replied to a local connection, who I’ve known all my life, that the people meeting in the Village Halls are not ‘real people’. No doubt he considers them entirely expendable, and with him clearly not possessing the highest of IQs, he actually thinks it’s OK to go round saying that.
He’s so taken up with the Satanist cause since his Bilderberg initiation last year, that he can no longer see that the village people who he’s lived nearby, are just as human as he is. Doubtless he no longer sees himself as fitting into the ‘human’ category, but something a little higher than that. It would be hard to disagree with him about being inhuman, yet very hard to see that he has become anything other than evil political trash – hopefully soon to be slung out by the electors of North Shropshire for his unbelievable arrogance.
What’s going on here? Paterson might have been sacked from his position with DEFRA, but he’s clearly still working as an integral part of the government in another role, pushing fracking and other environmentally-noxious global programmes.
It’s not difficult to see how plans are being laid by Paterson and the other sickos in their Satanic cabal to engineer circumstances which will make the destruction of Britain’s countryside with gas drilling more persuasive to a sceptical electorate.
You have to read the next bit with voices of low cunning –
No 10 Downing Street
Cameron – How can we force these bloody councils to drill into their aquifers and destroy their water reserves? They’ve cottoned on to what we’re up to with our dash for ‘gas’. It’s not right.
(The real business is water. Destroying all easy access to it so people can be charged a fortune for it is the key to understanding the otherwise inexplicable gas dash.)
MI5 – Ed Davey told them we won’t be able to get gas from Russia (we don’t buy any Russian gas actually!) and they didn’t believe him. We told them we won’t be able to get gas from the Middle East as well, and they didn’t believe that either.
Cameron – Well there must be something you can do. The public’s so dumb. What other deceptive nonsense can we shove down their throats?
MI5 – Just a thought, Prime Minister but why not burn down some power stations, and mothball the rest until they’re screaming for something, anything, to be done. People won’t care about water reserves when their houses are freezing up, and they can’t see in the dark. We’ll tell them it’s because of all the Councils blocking the plans to drill for gas, and they’ll start backing down quick enough…or we’ll push through National Emergency legislation and override them.
Cameron – I like your style. OK. Let’s try it.
The plan goes into operation. IQ-challenged Paterson gets his weekly update from Downing Street and reads the script. When he decides he has to communicate with his less-than-human constituents, this is what he spills out –
October 29th Shropshire Star top headline tonight.
Paterson warns of long term energy crisis.
…Owen Paterson reiterated his view that the lights will ‘definitely go out’…
He refused to be drawn on reports of possible winter blackouts and the closure of power stations.
Didcot B, a gas-fired station in Oxfordshire..was reduced to half capacity as a blaze broke out in one or two cooling tower modules, Paterson pointed out..
(TAP – there was no fire alarm from the power station. The fire was reported by a member of the public observing the fire from their house. very odd)
There was also a fire at the power station in Ironbridge earlier this year, and another at Ferrybridge in Yorkshire (TAP – what? not two other fires at power stations? Surely one fire every thirty years would be about the norm. Three in a few months. Now that’s getting careless.)
Paterson continues – ‘If we have a very, very cold January, and no wind (Does he know about weather modification technologies and what’s being planned for these? – presumably he does)….the lights will definitely go out….’
TAP – The government is also mothballing nuclear power stations and retiring coal-fired stations. It doesn’t take a genius to see what these crazies are contemplating next, does it.