Oh dear I was unaware the my concern for the vulnerable members in society whom I know, via reports in from the regions are suffering NOW through life below the official EU poverty line indicter could be remote construe as a personal prejudice. Did you serious expect anything other than a regulatory mess as our policies makers have for generations proven to be quite deficient at–-professional progressive policies making of a proven high standard. Quality cost effect nature. Therefore I think it would be safe to assume we will never see a coherent cost effective policy for many a long year as we are simply incapable of providing one.
Whatever the associate problems of combatting global warming, we have been sold the idea and its now an entrenched part of out daily life’s so we have to deal with it or face international isolation.
Of course I am fully aware that we could all be having our energy supplied cheaper, but one would have to get to the bottom of the so called drive for world domination and control to even start to look at the source of the problem, OPEC, if you can believe what they say, or indeed what anyone says these days, have told us that it’s the speculators who have driven the oil and gas prices up–-another example of the greed of the capitalist system– but I suspect there is more to it than that.
I find this ever so contradictory when you say–– Similarly, there is no actual food shortage and nor is there likely to be. There are, however - once again - massive regulatory burdens, subsidy and trade distortions, plus many other factors, which combine to cause local and regional shortages or the price hikes which are causing so much grief.
There are indeed food shortages world wide, and millions are dying from the effects thereof–-there is not much I can do over international starvation, but I can point out the effects in the UK of a deficient incompetent succession of governments, most with a hidden agenda to appease those who would destroy this nation. Competent Government is a concept long lost to us, and therefore we must accept the chaos that the slightest international unrest seams to delight in heaping upon and of course is the vulnerable in society that suffers,
And sir no matter what you claim a hungry belly will never differentiate as to what causes a food shortage.
I was not even intimating that we should throw money at anything, as given our trade deficit we really don’t have that much to throw at anything, unless of course you are a spend and tax fan. I advocated a more frugal use of our resource, both financial and human.
The solution can only be and its is the only one that I am looking for is effect, proficient innovated government that prides itself in its strong social policies, for with effective and progressive social policies, mountains become moles hills as we all pull for the common good.
Beside all that if throwing money at something solve the problem we would not be in either Iraq or Afghanistan.
We have to shift our intelligence up upon higher plains of thought, as things around us surely are not improving with the methods we used to handle them today, or as we did in the past.