Tuesday, June 25, 2013

The data is in: more Green jobs means less real ones

From JoNova
It’s not rocket science. If energy costs more, that means we have to make do with less of it, or make do with less of something else. Thus if the government forces everyone to pay more for electricity, companies have less spare cash to employ people. Their margins are tighter, they can’t make and sell as many products. So when we are told the clean energy revolution is creating jobs, is it virtually self-evident that’s a mythical fairy claim.
Each green job in Britain costs £100,000 (and 3.7 other jobs)
In Spain for every green job created 2.2 jobs were lost
In Italy, each green job cost 5 jobs from the rest of the economy….To Read More….
My Take - As you read this please keep in mind that the main stream media has yet to say a thing about any of this that Joanne has posted. Please remember that everything has an historical foundation. The historical foundation about 'green' is that dystopia follows 'green' like Sancho Panza followed Don Quixote, a madman.   As for Sancho Panza; in order to follow this madman he willing abandoned all that was of real value in his life with hope of receiving some kind of reward.  Although illiterate, and proud of it, he is a realist to Don Quixote’s insanity inspired idealism.   Sound familiar?  Who supports all this ‘green’ insanity?  The ignorant, the greedy and the foolish!   

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