Na­tion of suck­ers

The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - - Letters -

In the course of com­mer­cial re­al­ity, a prod­uct or ser­vice is re­placed by sub­sti­tutes which are bet­ter, cheaper, more re­li­able, if it is still re­quired. Elec­tric­ity is in ever in­creas­ing de­mand, and yet we are hav­ing foisted on us, a prod­uct, so­called “re­new­able en­ergy”, which is more ex­pen­sive, no bet­ter and un­re­li­able? All driven by the cli­mate change myth and ig­nor­ing our min­i­mal con­tri­bu­tion to it, even if it ex­ists.

PT Bar­num got it right … when one dies, two are born. We ap­pear to have a whole coun­try full of suck­ers! John Grundy, Chiswick

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