Moonbat: The cabinet reshuffle is a declaration of war on the environment

Well it’s about time. Nature has been attacking humanity from day one and as we all know, appeasement never works. Time to give it a darn good thrashing!

So that’s it then. The final shred of credibility of “the greenest government ever” has been doused in petrol and ignited with a casual flick of a gold-plated lighter. The appointment of Owen Paterson as environment secretary is a declaration of war on the environment, and another sign that the right of the party – fiercely opposed to anything that prevents business from doing as it wishes – has won.

Alongside the signs that the government is preparing to renege on its pledge not to build a third runway at Heathrow (transport secretary Justine Greening, who fiercely opposed the idea, lost her job yesterday), this appointment reinforces the impression that Cameron’s professed environmentalism is – and always was – phoney.

Guardian

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2 responses to “Moonbat: The cabinet reshuffle is a declaration of war on the environment

  1. When the Guardian cries, Angels sing.

  2. Land of Hope and Glory Resurrection at last. Thought it had been thrown out with the bath water.

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