Don't They Know Leadership When They See It?
Despite the moral and intellectual leadership of frack-happy luminaries like Amber Rudd, the country's biggest windfarm operator is considering divesting itself of its interests in oil and gas. Worse yet, Danish Oil and Natural Gas propose to invest the proceeds of the sales in renewable energy projects, rather than in something sensible like fracking Lancashire, or a blanched Sino-French pachyderm with infinitely extensible completion deadline and matching price tag. Instead, Dong Energy is seeking to consolidate the grip on Britain's wind which has gradually and insidiously come about through decades of rule by sandal-wearing metrosexuals. The company is majority-owned by the Danish government, which is also unscrupulous enough to run a welfare state in a country whose citizens, despite being Euro-wogs of 1973 vintage, look just like real people.