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Flink Plankter Flink. Jan 24
Replying to @FrackFreeEY
Imports from Russia have a higher global CO2 footprint than Uk produced Oil and Gas. The faux greens are acting as dutiful puppets to Mr Putin by stealth.
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Flink Plankter Flink. Jan 24
Replying to @FrackFreeEY
HorseHill RT = Russia Today = Propaganda mouthpiece for a corrupt country, that wishes to export Oil and Gas to countries such as the UK. No surprise that it is spreading fake news to try to discourage the UK to produce its own Oil and Gas.
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Flink Plankter Flink. Jan 24
Replying to @FrackFreeEY
HorseHill Acid wash is the same process used by the water industry, if it was so bad why don't you stop drinking tap or bottled water?
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Flink Plankter Flink. Jan 24
Replying to @FrackFreeEY
HorseHill Shame on the dishonest faux greens, having lost the augument they resort time and time again to lying. Acid washing is Like descalling a kettle, it removes a thin layer of limescale dust/crust. It does not split or pressure rock.
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Flink Plankter Flink. Jan 22
Or it could say the truth- "No Fracking is required or intended." "We all use Oil" "Local Oil production from HorseHill, costs less in CO2 to get to the place of use than imported Oil" "So Support Horse Hill Oil production." " Less virtue signalling - Go plant a tree."
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Flink Plankter Flink. Jan 22
Replying to @alexforeurope
Horse Hill is a selfish over-travelling Oil user. The public see Faux greens like you, breaking the law with litter strewn, eyesore squatter camps, for the clueless hypocrites that you all really are.
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Flink Plankter Flink. Jan 22
Horse Hill Brexit is the repeatedly, democratically expressed will of the majority of the citizens of the UK. If you don't understand that ask a grown up. Remoaners deserve as much sympathy now, as they gave to leavers in the past few decades - None.
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Flink Plankter Flink. Jan 21
2/2 You can't say Oil extraction should stop immediately, but then demand Oil extraction as and when it suits you.
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Flink Plankter Flink. Jan 21
1/2 I hope those books were not ordered via the internet (part made and powered by hydrocarbons) or delivered by Royal Mail or other fossil fuelled vehicle using delivery service? And that photo was not taken with a smartphone (part made and powered by hydrocarbons).
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Flink Plankter Flink. Jan 21
Replying to @jamieclimate
How ironic, that without the 'fossil fuel' industry, there would be no internet upon which you are lamely virtue signalling.
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Flink Plankter Flink. Jan 21
Replying to @FlinkPlankter
Does an overpopulated world need more humans? In dating etiquette, should you stop slurping milkshake when asking - What do you feel about sticking a straw into the balls of a dead man to suck out the sperm?
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Flink Plankter Flink. Jan 20
Reducing pollution per person is part of the equation. Sex Education and Contraception is another part of the solution to Climate Change. PHONE-IN - Would you stop having kids to save the planet?
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Flink Plankter Flink. Jan 18
Replying to @_AliceOh @WealdOilers
The whole focus should be directed at the public (not Governments or Businesses). People should be encouraged not to make bad choices, like your selfish travelling.
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Flink Plankter Flink. Jan 18
If you think that UKOG is lying about the methods they use, then perhaps you should take legal action against them. Put your money where your mouth is.
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Flink Plankter Flink. Jan 18
Now that a government with a strong majority is in power, hopefully there will be some improvement in spending on services including Fire fighters. That money not being squandered in the EU trash bin has got to go somewhere.
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Flink Plankter Flink. Jan 18
Replying to @XRGuildford
9/9 The front line in dealing with climate change is each of the many small choices made by every ordinary member of the public. So sling your (police time and resource wasting, fake news peddling, snowflakey, scaremongering, naff amateur dramatics) hook.
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Flink Plankter Flink. Jan 18
Replying to @XRGuildford
8/9 That is not a subsidy to one sector of the energy market. It is a cost saving to the home energy bill payer and applies to the whole energy market. If the tax rate were increase from 5% to 20% it would just go to general Government taxation receipts.
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Flink Plankter Flink. Jan 18
Replying to @XRGuildford
7/9 Which says- "A significant part of the UK fossil fuel subsidies identified by the commission is the 5% rate of VAT on domestic gas and electricity, cut from the standard 20%."
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Flink Plankter Flink. Jan 18
Replying to @XRGuildford
6/9 Also where do you get the "UK pumping £10bn / yr into fossil fuel industry" figure from? Is it from the old Guardian story.
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Flink Plankter Flink. Jan 18
Replying to @XRGuildford
5/9 How else would xStinkyreBellEnds traipse around the country to take part in their lame publicity stunts, with out coaches, planes, trains and mummy and daddy lending them the SUV.
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