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Charles Calls For Emissions To Be Kept At COVID Levels

May 25, 2020

By Paul Homewood


From the Daily Mail:



So he expects us to maintain emissions at the current rate? What planet does he live on?


Hasn’t it occurred to the twerp that millions are sat at home instead of working? Estimates put the number on furlough at over 6 million in the UK, on top of some 2 million out of work completely. That’s a quarter of the workforce.

Meanwhile government borrowing last month was £62bn. That’s equivalent to about a third of GDP.

Across the world, other countries are going through exactly the same economic collapse.

How does the Prince of Wallies suggest we maintain emissions at today’s levels without making our current economic crisis a permanent one?

And what effect does he think that will have on society, when millions are thrown onto the scrapheap?

  1. John Palmer permalink
    May 25, 2020 2:02 pm

    You gotta say, the lad’s consistent!
    Consistently wrong, consistently pushing the GreenBlob agenda and permanently lost up there on ‘Planet Chuckie’.

    • May 25, 2020 5:57 pm

      Consistently travelling around the world using fossil fuels, then moaning about them.

    • Jonathan Scott permalink
      May 26, 2020 2:31 pm

      His ginger “son” appears to be trying to outdo his father in the climate virtue signalling stakes or is he just overly influenced by relatively recently introduced malevolence? I am a monarchist but dear god this pair do nothing to aid the cause!

  2. Broadlands permalink
    May 25, 2020 2:05 pm

    “How does the Prince of Wallies suggest we maintain emissions at today’s levels without making our current economic crisis a permanent one?”

    More to the point, how does anyone, Prince or politician, expect to lower (and store) even some of the CO2 we have already added in order to get to Net-zero by 2050?

  3. bobn permalink
    May 25, 2020 2:05 pm

    When Charles starts commuting to his gigs on a bike, rather than by helicopter or chauffeured Limo, I might think he’s not a hypocrite.
    Another of the Cummings do as i say not as i do elitists school.
    Boris confirmed that all law is advisory only, so we make a point of getting together and shaking hands with everyone we meet.

  4. cajwbroomhill permalink
    May 25, 2020 2:18 pm

    Since H RH Prince Charles, unlike his mother, does not understand the monarchcy’s vital need
    to keep out of politics, he should step aside and enter private life.

    • Curious George permalink
      May 25, 2020 3:57 pm

      Isn’t He surprising? He noticed that something was out of ordinary.

      God save the Queen.

  5. Chaswarnertoo permalink
    May 25, 2020 2:46 pm

    Just skip the moron and go straight to Wills and Kate. Queen Kate, dribble…

    • Gerry, England permalink
      May 26, 2020 1:37 pm

      Perhaps you missed it when William also spouted ignorant global warming drivel so it might not be that much of an improvement. Queen Anne the Second perhaps?

  6. Patsy Lacey permalink
    May 25, 2020 2:48 pm

    Even his mother thinks he’s extravagant. His latest foray into the ether was to describe the sheer joy he felt, aged seven, when his equally extravagant grandma took him to the Bolshoi ballet. He thinks this would also inspire today’s youth.
    Without wishing to denigrate the performing arts, he really doesn’t know how the other 95% live, never mind the other 50%.

    • Neil Wilkinson permalink
      May 25, 2020 3:03 pm

      He needs to be a participant in the programme Rich House Poor House lol

  7. Geoff B permalink
    May 25, 2020 3:15 pm

    he has always been an eco loon……

  8. Stonyground permalink
    May 25, 2020 3:21 pm

    Just ignore him, everyone knows that he’s an idiot.

  9. HotScot permalink
    May 25, 2020 3:38 pm

    We only have 100 days left dontchaknow.

  10. John Peter permalink
    May 25, 2020 3:43 pm

    “The GDP figure in 2019 was $2,824,850 million, leaving United Kingdom placed 5th in the ranking of GDP of the 196 countries that we publish.”
    That is £2,321,888,280 or over 2.3 trillion Pounds Sterling. So yes, “government borrowing last month was £62bn. That’s equivalent to about a third of GDP.” monthly.
    What bothers me is that the whole ruling class does not appear to understand basic first year university economics. They do not understand underlying facts and quantification. Between Climate Emergency current and future expenditure and Covid19 economy shutdown we are heading towards bankruptcy.

  11. JerryC permalink
    May 25, 2020 5:07 pm

    There should be a law – Commoners should be permitted to emit as much CO2 per year as Prince Chuck, but no more than that.

  12. Peter permalink
    May 25, 2020 5:17 pm

    This guy has never had a real job in his life and is just so far out of touch with ordinary people. Not sure why anyone listens to a word he says these days

  13. MrGrimNasty permalink
    May 25, 2020 5:23 pm

    I don’t think poor Chaz has the brains to make the link between the productivity of fossil fuels and the freeing up of money/time/human energy and creativity to indulge in his favourite frivolous luxuries.

  14. markl permalink
    May 25, 2020 6:24 pm

    This call to keep fossil fuel use at the current/lock down levels is absurd…. unless you want to stagnate the world’s economy. Notice how it’s the Western/industrial countries alone that are requesting it?

  15. Old Grumpy permalink
    May 25, 2020 7:58 pm

    I noticed he is calling for a new “inclusive” form of capitalism.
    Coming from a member of the world’s most exclusive club, this indicates that self-reflection is not his strong suit.

  16. Barbara E permalink
    May 25, 2020 8:18 pm

    Sir David Attenborough said the coronavirus pandemic has swept the problem of climate change from the front pages and that it must be put back there and he praised Greta Thunberg for galvanising the youth and following the science – all this and more related verbatim for DT readers along with a report that the Prince of Wales is calling on world leaders to capitalise on the “unique but narrow window” to put “planet and people first” in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. In the same edition we read about ‘a particular headache for public health officials, scientists and politicians as Wales and especially the old mining communities has proportionally almost twice the number of cases of the coronavirus as the rest of the UK while mortality rates in and around the Rhondda Valley have also been among the very highest in the country’. Just read that again – a particular headache caused to officials – what? We are talking people and lives here. The DT reports ‘There is an older, sicker population and the history of coalmining and heavy industry means there are people with breathing problems that the coronavirus is particularly likely to affect. The Welsh Valleys are tight-knit communities, in which generations of families still live in homes together, leaving older people susceptible; obesity rates are high and so too smoking along with lung diseases contracted in the mines.’ Surely this is where investment must be made giving communities such as these opportunities to make improvements to their lives. How spoilt I feel having lived in the Southeast all my life.

  17. May 25, 2020 10:13 pm

    In a few years time it will be unconstitutional for him to blather politics. The beeb would no doubt -argue that greenbabble is not political because there’s an all-party consensus. Would the existence of a sceptic party losing a few deposits destroy that argument? It would be worth it just to shut him up.

  18. May 25, 2020 10:55 pm

    Great Reset = Great Leap Backwards

  19. ianprsy permalink
    May 25, 2020 11:04 pm

    Paul, you asked a few questions at the end of your piece but forgot the most important one: “what difference would it make anyway?”

  20. NeilC permalink
    May 26, 2020 2:30 am

    The great myth is levels of global CO2 are higher today than when they first started recording the data.

    If, as the IPCC say, CO2 is a well mixed gas in the atmosphere, how can the levels be measured lower. As their fundamental science suggests CO2 is a well mixed gas, who is lying?

    In relation to CO2 and temperatures, how come temperatures have not dropped 17% along with the decline in CO2 levels?

    Why can’t the greenblob see their own lies.

    • May 26, 2020 7:57 am

      They are mainly a Rentacrowd mob, a manifestation of troublemaking for their kicks, exemplified by ERebellion, whose motives have nothing to do with human wellbeing and everything with weird fun. At best a distraction from useful, productive activities.
      Not even as healthily natural as the hippies.
      Drearily boring wasters.
      Best ignored or hosed with (slightly)dirty water.

    • MrGrimNasty permalink
      May 26, 2020 11:11 am

      It’s a claimed drop in emissions – of which there are still lots man-made and natural. Emissions still exceed adsorptions, atmospheric levels are still rising overall – natural seasonal effects mean it rises and falls in an annual cycle within the general increase. You cannot have a % of a temperature – although weather forecasters often say things like the temperature will be half tomorrow what it was today. The effect of CO2 is logarithmic. If going from 350 to 700ppm caused 1C of warming, you’d have to go to 1400PPM to get another 1C (ignoring other factors/feedback). CO2 is well mixed in the atmosphere, although if a really massive amount (measurable PPM) were released/absorbed at one location obviously it would take a while to stabilize globally. It doesn’t mean measured PPMs at all points in the atmosphere are identical all the time.

  21. Iain Reid permalink
    May 26, 2020 7:41 am


    the 17% is not true.
    Or perhaps I should say that it is misleading as it is 17% of our circa 5% of man made CO2 emissions.
    The CO2 monitoring site at Muona Loa in Hawaii has not recorded any drop in CO2 levels in the atmosphere, they are still on an upward trend. Could that be an indication that the 5% is actually much smaller? It surely indicates the futility of even Europe’s quest for net zero?

    • NeilC permalink
      May 26, 2020 2:51 pm

      Ian, according to the IPCC suggest total man-made emissions are 3% of total atmospheric CO2. The UK, it is said contributes 1% of the 3%. So, 0.0416% x 3% x 1%= 0.00000125%

  22. Coeur de Lion permalink
    May 26, 2020 7:43 am

    What is he going to do about sub-Saharan Africa?

  23. BLACK PEARL permalink
    May 26, 2020 10:43 am

    He really dosn’t believe any of this scat
    He just wants to build more subsidy generators on Crown Estates land / seabed, farming money out of the peasants for the next 25 years, just like the rest of the billionaire investors in this scam.
    Him catching a good dose of Trump-20 would be the best for all of us.

  24. May 27, 2020 3:52 am

    Memo to the Royal Family.
    Never ever name your son “Charles”.
    It doesn’t ever work out well.

    • Ben Vorlich permalink
      May 27, 2020 6:21 pm

      John and James don’t have a good track record either.

      For those in South Britain.
      John Baliol= Toom Tabard
      James I = held captive in England for 18 years, assassinated at Perth 1437
      James II = killed by exploding cannon Roxburgh Castle in 1460
      James III = Killed 1488, when the king faced the army raised by the disaffected nobles and many former councillors at the Battle of Sauchieburn
      James IV = Killed Flodden 1513 along with a large number of Scottish nobles
      James V = Died of Fever in 1542 shortly after Battle of Solway Moss
      James VI = the wisest fool in Christendom
      James VII = Died in exile

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