Malice as a ‘Virtue’: Cost of Subsidised Renewables Power Means the Poorest Go Hungry

Worshipping windmills and posing prostrate before panels is a fast track towards being regarded by one’s peers as the King or Queen of the Virtue Signallers. Moral posturing begins with an appropriately preened identity, which can be paraded in front of all, provided that it’s PC perfect. Hence, the use of a motley bearded, hipster … Continue reading Malice as a ‘Virtue’: Cost of Subsidised Renewables Power Means the Poorest Go Hungry

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November 2, 2017 at 01:31AM

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