Senior ministerial aides are among the growing number of Conservative backbenchers publicly warning about the consequences of gas fracking, The Daily Telegraph has learned.
Street Democracy writes:
Either this is a play on ‘reverse psychology’ of ‘lets get the trust back from the public and make out we totally understand’ and then ‘when the public have faith in our play on opposition we then say ‘its safe! Then they will be able to say all sorts like ‘we the rebel’s and opposing politicians would never allow fracking if it wasn’t safe, but guess what, it is!’.
To me never trust a politician, there is too much evidence of them deceiving the public, lying to the public and not doing anything for the public for me to change my mind. This is playing on the conscience of the public to give a false hope but to me is riddled in deception.
Fracking the public knows obliterates the natural landscape from above and below the ground, and the dark, swift sophistication of the Tory Party are now playing a different board game in frustration, to get their fracking up and running.
Now a fatherly approach is happening, to soften the blows and patronise us into thinking these politicians do care about is and our environment. We shall see the next move of the chess pieces as the hard right Tories keep on moving forward with the corporate rape of our earth, we shall see. For more on this story click here for the Telegraph or continue reading below.
‘George Hollingbery, a parliamentary private secretary to Theresa May, the Home Secretary, has warned that he will be “manning the barricades” if there is any danger posed to water supplies by shale gas exploration.
Mr Hollingbery, the MP for Meon Valley in Hampshire, warned that gas fracking could be “disastrous” in his county because of the area’s fragile water supply.
He is the first senior Tory to openly attack the process of fracking, which David Cameron this month backed in the strongest possible terms.’