The cheapest unit of energy is always the one that isn’t used

It may be a cliche, but it’s true.  The cheapest unit of energy is always the one that isn’t used.

Those are the words of RWE npower’s Chief Executive, Paul Massara (on the video below).

Once again we see reinforced and overtly articulated, the implementation of the global sustainability agenda, which is seeking to force consumers to use less energy by driving up prices.  It is staring us in the face, yet still it is shrouded in deception and dishonesty – even with the price comparison sites pretending better deals can be had, so they cash in each time some desperate customer switches supplier to postpone the inevitable hike of more than 10% when their ‘fix’ deal ends.

All the comments from David Cameron, Michael Fallon and the cast of bare faced liars at the heart of government, including Ed ‘justify your price increase as I load on the levies’ Davey, about shopping around for a better deal, is nothing more than theatre.  It’s all an act.  There is no plan, no impetus and no desire to increase energy supply to meet demand.  The politicians know the agenda they are working to.  They know they are pricing people out of the ability to afford energy to heat their homes and cook their food, all for the corrupted ideal of environmentalism.

Only the most deceitful or utterly incompetent and deluded fool could possibly argue that almost doubling the wholesale cost of electricity from nuclear power, in 10 years time, could result in cheaper energy bills.  But that was David Cameron, speaking about the plans for the construction of Hinkley Point C.  Only a moron like him could suggest that getting a French company to build the power station with oodles of Chinese money equates to kick starting the UK’s nuclear industry.

It is an outrageous lie.

If all this does not provide sufficient evidence that our rulers – who are supposed to be our servants – are serving interests other than ours, then nothing will.

5 Responses to “The cheapest unit of energy is always the one that isn’t used”

  1. 1 officialaccountability 21/10/2013 at 9:41 pm

    Bearing in mind the old German idea of ‘liebensraum’, it is foolish in the extreme to allow other countries to run our vital services.. especially nuclear.

    Whilst our Days of Empire seem long over now, we cannot possibly pretend that other countries do not have ‘an eye for empire’. That would be very shortsighted and silly.

    Perhaps I can remind us that our Opium Ward, foisted on the Chinese the opium we gleaned from other parts of our empire – to their great detriment?

    Should we all be taking a course in speaking Mandarin, this autumn?

    When the lights go out we will need to communicate effectively ..and fast.. probably by mouth, since there might well be a telecom/internet blackout.

    How long could you last with no fresh water, no heat, no light, no gas, no refuse collected (No scrub it.. we’re already living with that) get the idea, i’m sure.

    Scaremongering? Possibly.

    But we really should keep a better hold on our employees in the ‘Parliamentary decision industry’. They are not doing us any good.

  2. 2 officialaccountability 21/10/2013 at 9:44 pm

    “Throw another politician on the fire, Mother. It’s getting very cold out here.”

  3. 3 JW 21/10/2013 at 10:17 pm

    Dontcha just love the pained empathic, “we’re all suffering together” expression on the face of this multi-millionaire?

    Just a thought but is this the first time a commercial company has actually encouraged people to buy less of their product?

  4. 4 Derek Buxton 22/10/2013 at 11:16 am

    That video just prives what I have long said, the energy companies were given a blank cheque by our corrupt government. It is intended to bring back rationing by the back door no matter how many people it kills. In fact that seems to be the aim, reduce the population. However, should this dream world ever com to pass, does any one actually believe it would save them money? Not a hope in hell. Reduce you usage and the price will just be increased by a greater factor, after all we, the poor have to support the millionaires! And no I am not socialist in any way, I believe in the profit motive and free markets….I just wish we had some!

  5. 5 Derek Buxton 22/10/2013 at 11:17 am

    Apologies, in the first line it should read “proves” naturally. incontrollable fingers I’m afraid.

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