On Tuesday, the UK’s Energy Bill had its third reading and was passed by the House of Commons. It may sound innocuous but this is part of the tyranny that is being implemented under the banner of net zero, David Kurten said.
In a video, Kurten highlights two specifically awful things in this Bill: the energy smart regulations and the energy performance regulations. “This is how the government is going to try to take your property off you,” he said.
David Kurten is the leader of the Heritage Party, a political party formed in 2020 to defend our heritage and restore our nation. Kurten has worked tirelessly over the last few years in defence of our freedoms and to highlight the nefarious actions of both London Mayor Sadiq Khan and the UK government. He regularly uploads videos on his YouTube channel. Yesterday he uploaded a video to explain the hidden agenda behind the newly passed Energy Bill.
“This bill is huge,” Kurten said in the video above. “It’s over 400 subsections and clauses.”
Until a final version of the Bill has been prepared to be given Royal Assent, you can read a copy of the current version of the 446-page bill HERE with the agreed 127 pages of amendments to it HERE. The long title of the Bill reads:
A Bill to make provision about energy production and security and the regulation of the energy market, including provision about the licensing of carbon dioxide transport and storage; about commercial arrangements for carbon capture and storage and for hydrogen production and transportation; about new technology, including low-carbon heat schemes and hydrogen grid trials; about the Independent System Operator and Planner; about gas and electricity industry codes; about financial support for persons carrying on energy-intensive activities; about heat networks; about energy smart appliances and load control; about the energy performance of premises; about energy savings opportunity schemes; about the resilience of the core fuel sector; about offshore energy production, including environmental protection, licensing and decommissioning; about the civil nuclear sector, including the Civil Nuclear Constabulary and pensions; and for connected purposes.
Energy Bill, UK Parliament, last updated 6 September 2023
This Bill is going to completely and utterly change our lives in the future, Kurten said. “[It will] bring in the World Economic Forum’s idea or mantra of ‘you will owe nothing and be happy’ because it’s what this bill does or has the potential to be.”
The energy smart regulations are detailed in section 235 of the Bill. Section 235 doesn’t say anything as it stands but it gives the Secretary of State the power to make regulations about energy smart appliances and apply them to most of the electrical appliances that we use day to day as well as internal heating.
“In the future, the Secretary of State could make secondary legislation on any of those things, at any time, and lay something before Parliament that says: ‘Oh, well, you’re not allowed to use your cooker on a Sunday’ or ‘You’re not allowed to use your dishwasher and washing machine between midday and midnight’, for example.”
This Bill also extends the time that energy companies are allowed to push smart meters onto homes for another five years and gives energy companies targets to get smart meters in every home. “So, they’re really pushing this. They want everybody to have a smart meter so somebody else remotely can control your electricity and turn it off and turn it on. Turn it off remotely at the flick of a switch,” Kurten said.