#FLOP26 Livestreams catch-up

Here are this #FLOP26 Livestreams recorded so far. If you watch them on Youtube, you may have to scroll past the 10 minute intros on each video, but they're all cued-up here at the start of each conversation. Look out for details of each new daily Livestream during...

New Project: the #FLOP26 Livestream

The annual UNFCCC, COP meeting climate ritual is returning after its Covid19 hiatus. Naturally, the UK being this year's host means that we have had to endure perhaps the most intolerable levels of green propaganda, as well as Lockdowns. What I have always found most...

Is there a plan?

Podcasters Alex McCarron (Escape from Lockdown) and Paul Rodriguez (State of the Markets) have a debate on the ideas in currency about whether all things Covid (and more) are the fruits of a 'plan' or not. Arguing that there is a plan was State of the Markets co-host,...

It’s not enough to criticise only XR’s ‘methods’

The fortnight of Extinction Rebellion (XR) protests on London’s streets are drawing to a close. As with earlier protests, significant news coverage and comment has been driven by XR’s trademark tactics: although seemingly making demands of government, directing its...

Texas: a crisis caused by policy, not climate

Blaming climate change for the cold snap, or renewables for the blackouts, lets energy planners off the hook. In mid-February, an unexpected and severe cold snap hit most of the USA. It was caused by Arctic air pushed down from the north by a rare but not...

The Cumbria coal mine must go ahead

The green blob's attempt to reverse a democratic decision is a disgrace. When plans for a coal mine were recently given the go-ahead by Cumbria County Council, green campaigners, journalists and quangocrats were outraged. They demanded that MPs, ministers and the...