COVID and Climate Tyranny go hand and hand

British politicians have passed legislation that criminalizes non-adherence to net zero policies.

In fact, under this new legislation, those who fail to adhere to energy consumption regulations could face imprisonment for up to a year and fines of up to £15,000.

However, there are very real concerns that these amendments could lead to the criminalisation of individuals who do not comply with the new energy rules.

To comply with net zero policies you must do expensive renovations to your home.  If you refuse you will be fined.  If you simply cannot afford the renovations you will be imprisoned.  There is progress for you.  Britain is bringing back debtors prison.  I suppose you could sell your house to pay the fine.  I am sure the government would gladly buy your home so that they can give it to an illegal migrant.  Why have illegal migrants sleeping on the streets when it could be citizens, right?

This has nothing to do with climate and everything to do with making you poor.  They really do want you living in a mud hut and growing your own vegetables.  But, they are prepared to be magnanimous about it.  You can choose poverty or prison.  They don’t care.  Either way you will be completely under their control.

Why, you might ask, is Britain doing this to homeowners?  The simple answer is because they can.  British citizens let their government run over them during COVID.  No one had the balls to stand up and say no and now the government thinks they can do anything.

It’s this pandemic-style shift in power dynamics – this time using the Climate rather than Covid – which is the source of worry for many.

Complying with Tyranny always gets you more tyranny.  It is just a mask until it because home confiscation.  When you give these leftist tyrants an inch you will find that inch moved you far closer to mass graves than you could ever have imagined.

My posts could be sparse for the next 3 weeks.  I am quite tied up with work and travel.  Thank you all for showing up and reading.


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  1. Trevor
    Trevor says:

    Henry David Thoreau insisted that we have a duty to civil disobedience when our governments perpetrate unjust acts and laws. In that point I agree. I would go as far as saying it’s our most sacred duty.

    Thanks for all your posts, we look forward to your return.

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