By James H. Bush


  • By 2023 British power station generating capacity will only be 33.5 GW if we remain in the EU, 40% lower than peak demand and less than half British capacity in 2012. So if we stay in the EU blackouts will become a daily reality, especially in winter.
  • This is because the EU is forcing the closure of our coal-fired power stations. Already 12.6 GW of capacity has been lost and the remaining 16.4 GW will be closed by 2023. From 2019 onwards we will also lose 5.6 GW of nuclear capacity as the older reactors reach end of life.
  • No new power station construction is underway and nor has final sanction been given to any new power stations.
  • Energy policy is under the control of the EU. The three key EU energy directives are:
  • Large Combustion Plant Directive (LCPD)
  • Industrial Emissions Directive (IED) which replaced LCPD on 1st January 2016.
  • Renewables Energy Directive (RED)
  • The renewables directive has forced the government to promote windmills, but they only produce electricity when the wind blows – regardless of demand. As the electricity they produce cannot be stored they make no contribution to meeting demand.
  • The EU’s crippling of our power station capacity is helpfully explained in an informative article at:

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  1. Deuteronomy 33.22 says:


    A tremendous inexpensive aid to
    – liver detoxification,
    -cartilage, collagen, tendon ligament strength
    – intestine gut lining repair
    – powerful antiinflammatory
    – balances the more inflammatory amino acids when eating the muscle meats
    – accounts for the longevity in Japanese villages where cartilage rich soups are drunk
    – The Glycine in gelatin has been shown to massively help and minimise the inflammatory damage to the brain during a stroke (Ray
    Dietary changes can eliminate arthritis

    Arthritis is characterized by pain and inflammation of the joints. According to the National Institute of Health, gelatin has even been approved by the Food and Drug Administration – as a safe dietary supplement for healthy adults. According to a mega-analysis by the National Institute of Health, ingested gelatin has been found to increase joint cartilage in animals.

    The relief of pain and inflammation happens even before the cartilage is build up; gelatin seems to have an aspirin or cortisol effect on the cartilage.

    Could gelatin have an “anti-aging” effect?

    There are new studies that show that eating gelatin rich food helps maintain a more youthful appearance. Researchers at the Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology studied the effects of gelatin on skin repeatedly exposed to ultraviolet light.

    They found that mice (without gelatin in their diet) exposed to ultraviolet light had a 53% average decrease in the collagen content of their skin. The exposed mice that ate gelatin had no reduction of collagen, but instead had an average increase of 17%.

    Gelatin is made up of collagen, which goes into your system and stimulates your body to start putting down more collagen. In fact, gelatin has been touted as a folk remedy for weak fingernails because of its collagen and mineral content.

    The best way to eat gelatin is with other foods and can be added to smoothies, oatmeal plus meat, chicken, seafood dishes and salads. It helps with the absorption of nutrients and thus optimizes the value of any meal.

    Keep in mind, the best form of gelatin is from grass fed cattle that can be found both on the internet or your local health food store.

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