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With the spectre of local lockdowns, carbon passports, and wartime rationing…
It’s time to expose…

The Climate of Fear

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Hello, I’m Nigel Farage.

If you know me, then you may already have an opinion about me… informed I’m sure, by the efforts of the media, establishment and government to destroy me.

But being so widely mocked and criticised does have its merits: it allows me to speak freely and truthfully – political correctness be damned.

I spent almost 30 years fighting to stop the EU from gaining control of your daily life. I exposed the lies and the threats.

They called me a charlatan. They tried to take me down and shut me up.

But they failed.

Just a few years ago, I questioned if we were going TOO FAR with the pandemic lockdowns.

I warned about the excessive controls, the dodgy science and the financial impact of lockdown (like the serious inflation we’re paying for now). 

The papers said I was an ‘opportunist’.

My critics claimed that my concern about the failing businesses up and down the country was ‘attention seeking’.

And just recently, the financial elites have even tried to blacklist me from the banking system.

Why? Why have they gone to such lengths to try to get rid of me?

Well, I think it was a warning shot.

In fact, one of the key reasons I was blacklisted by the banks was because of what I am going to reveal to you today.

Unfortunately, it is my duty to tell you that over recent years our leaders have pledged hundreds of billions of pounds on a plan to transform life here in Britain.

The cost of this plan will undoubtedly stretch into the trillions. That’s a lot of money. Your money.  

And it could come with shocking consequences for your home life, your money, even your pension... consequences that you are not being told about.

Despite imposing severe changes and restrictions to your everyday life, this plan has never been voted for. You haven’t had your say. You haven’t been told anything like the truth about it.

And despite this plan being proven in a British court of law – on 19 July 2022 – to be totally unfeasible, it’s going ahead. The powers that be have counted you in. And counted your money in to make it happen.

It enjoys incredible support. Especially by those who have an obvious agenda to control what you can and can’t do.

PM Rishi Sunak says that executing this plan will be “the proudest achievement of our lifetimes”

Sir Keir Starmer, very likely our next prime minister, says he will “throw everything” at this plan.

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz says this plan is “the fundamental task of our century”

The leader of the UN, António Guterres, calls this plan “a giant leap towards global justice”.

So, what will this plan COST?

Michael Kelly – a former Cambridge University professor of engineering and technology – has calculated a total cost to the British government of at least £4.4 TRILLION.

That’s almost FOUR times the money the Bank of England printed in the wake of the financial crisis… AND the pandemic.

That’s FIVE times (in relative terms) what we spent on defending the world from the Nazis during the second World War.

What’s worse is...

To succeed, this plan could require a series of Orwellian measures here in Britain – rolling out constraints and constrictions that would change your life in a lot of very disturbing ways.

For example, it could put you back in a form of ‘local lockdown’, with charges imposed for leaving your area.

It could mean even higher – perhaps far higher – prices for goods and energy.

It could mean an even higher tax rate than you are paying now.

It could mean a prison sentence for not falling in line with new government guidelines.

We could see serious restrictions on heating your home and water usage.

Controls on what you can spend your money on.

Penalties for expressing the ‘wrong’ sort of views, or supporting the ‘wrong’ causes.

It could mean turning you into some sort of villain or outcast, for simply living your life the way you do right now.

This plan has been written into law.

As I’ll reveal in this briefing, I have obtained a deleted government study that suggests the only way to execute this plan is to force you to comply.

A document that was pulled from the internet after just a few hours. Perhaps it was too controversial to remain in public sight.

So, if you’re concerned about the increasing authoritarianism in this country…

If you’re fed up of being stepped over by those in power, who couldn’t give a damn what you think or how you feel…

If you’re disturbed by the idea of the government squandering trillions of pounds of our money on a plan that you never had a say in…

And, if you want valuable guidance on how you can be amongst the few to prepare against this plan – and even profit from it…

Then let me expose…

The greatest lie ever told:

After decades of apocalyptic predictions about the end of the world being just a few months away…

This climate of fear seems almost normal.

But when you step back with a clear head, it’s not only absurd… but dangerous:

My mission today is to show you why the Net Zero targets you hear so much about are not *just* downright impossible…

I’m also going to reveal the specific threats we face as the authorities try to force them upon us.

You’ve heard all the big Net Zero claims I am sure:

No more petrol-guzzling cars on the road by 2035.

The fields of Britain brimming with wind turbines and solar panels…

Energy harnessed from the air, like magic…

Effortlessly charging the batteries to power our buses, our trains, our ships and even our planes… all with zero emissions.

No more filthy old coal. No more smelly old gas. No more dirty old oil.

They make changing our energy system sound like flipping the channels on your TV.

But it just won’t work, because it can’t work.

Net Zero is founded upon a deception.

At its most extreme, ‘Net Zero’ has become a mantra for a narrow minded, cult-like movement. That will not listen to reason and has no respect for the truth.

Oppose – or even just question Net Zero – and you’ll be accused of wanting to destroy the planet. Or murdering unborn children.

Source: Novara Media, Chris Bailey/Bristol Live

This is Project Fear, on steroids.

A whole generation of young people – instead of enjoying life and being hopeful for the future – have been brainwashed… enlisted into the climate militia… living in fear of the sun shining.

Challenge the Net Zero groupthink and you become a target:

I don’t care.

I’m used to it.

Regardless of the risk, the truth must be exposed.

I know people care about these things, because I go up and down the country speaking to real people. Not polls. Not focus groups. Not hearsay.

We’ve received countless emails and messages to that effect.

First, we need to actually examine what Net Zero means.

Literally, it means offsetting our emissions down to the point they equal nothing.

Never mind, for a moment, that the last 150 years has seen an almost exponential rise in our emissions…

Never mind that this year 8.3bn tonnes of coal will be consumed – a record high.

They say Net Zero will supposedly be reached in a variety of ways:

  • Building vast amounts of wind and solar energy
  • The electrification of our entire heating systems and transport systems
  • Setting up large-scale battery and power storage plants
  • As of yet unknown technological advancements to improve the efficiency of clean energy
  • Culling farm herds, reducing fertiliser use, meat production and consumption.

Put together, these objectives, if pursued in earnest, would amount to the largest transformation of our energy system, culture and economy, perhaps ever.

All at once. And in a ridiculous hurry.

But the Net Zero commitments governments have made are not an achievable goal – not even close.

If you find it difficult to believe that governments would commit to Net Zero… and seal the commitments into law… without understanding what this means and without planning for how to deliver it, consider this:

The UK’s High Court recently ruled that “the Government had failed to show that its policies will reduce emissions sufficiently to meet its legally binding carbon budgets.”

Justice Holgate

Mr Justice Holgate, the numbers presented by the government simply do not add up.

I bet you’ve never been told that simple fact, have you?

Well there’s a lot that you haven’t been informed about, I’m afraid – as you are about to see.

Instead, you’ve been told the science is settled. It’s not.

We’ve spoken directly to respected academics and experts who have compelling proof that Net Zero is impossible.

You’ve been told we have the technology to go green. We don’t.

You’ve been told we have the minerals and metals for those billions of batteries, turbines and generators we’re going to need. Not by a long shot.

You’ve been told we’ve got the money to pay for it all. Not nearly enough.

You’ve been encouraged to ‘do your bit’ and to support this de-industrialisation of Britain… when we are responsible for just ONE percent of global emissions. It’s not right.

You’ve been made to feel like it’s all your fault… to guilt-trip you into buying new cars, solar panels, heat pumps, turning vegan, staying indoors and ‘off-setting’ your carbon footprint – whatever that means.

All in the name of the Net Zero crusade.

And despite the supposed ‘softening of Net Zero’ the prime minister is trying to float in the press to win back votes…

Which includes reversing a policy that didn’t actually exist…

Our extensive research reveals a different agenda. A darker agenda, I’m afraid to say.

This isn’t guesswork.

In the course of this investigation, we spoke directly to real authorities who you will rarely see on the BBC…

Their work will rarely be shared by the wokerati on social media.

Because they reveal an uncomfortable truth about the sham that is Net Zero.

A truth that spoils the plans of the authorities who want to use Net Zero as an opportunity to exact more controls on our lives and remove more of our freedoms.

We spoke to Mark Mills, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute…

Earlier this year, he gave a presentation to a large Norwegian wealth fund called: “The energy transition delusion: inescapable mineral realities.”

He delivered a series of shattering facts that left the room rather stunned. And he told us, despite all the hype and bluster – there is no energy transition actually taking place.

We spoke to Associate Professor Simon Michaux, who has a PhD in mining engineering.

He spent 18 years with Australia’s Sustainable Minerals Institute and last year presented to the UN resource panel (91 times).

He put it very bluntly: “We are in for a serious rough patch… We cannot magic up more minerals”.

We spoke to Doomberg, the world-leading team of anonymous industry consultants with deep experience in commodities, private equity and the hard sciences.

They spoke of the ‘great lie’… that people are being brainwashed and that the “back of the envelope with a pen is all you need to rule out some of these fantasies”.

We spoke to ex-CIA analyst James Rickards, lauded across the globe for his forecasting, who said of these Net Zero targets: None of it is true.

And we spoke to award-winning, $1bn wealth manager Eoin Treacy, who told us:

Net Zero may be the biggest delusion in the 5,000-year history of financial markets – and a great opportunity for clever investors.”

In fact, we’ve conducted hundreds of hours of our own research into this, to expose the misinformation and, what looks like to us, outright deception.

When you have seen our research perhaps you will come to the same conclusion: that Net Zero is an act of self-harm. We risk giving up freedoms and de-industrialising Britain for nothing more than a pipe-dream.

I’m going to run you through the most important findings in just a moment.

I also want to share a practical and direct way you could benefit from all this.

Because, make no mistake: this is about money; this is about the estimated £125 trillion, globally, being thrown at Net Zero between now and 2050.

And that makes this a big investment story and opportunity, for you.

This is a story already moving markets and wildly distorting prices. Unless you understand HOW it’s moving stocks, you’re likely to be on the wrong end of those moves.

For example, look at what’s happening to some of the companies mining metals used in the billions of batteries we need… for all the electric vehicles and devices being rushed through the production line for Net Zero:

Patriot Battery Metals Inc. (PMET): UP 83% over the last 12 months…

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
Five year performance of PMET: 2018 -75.86% | 2019 -75.71% | 2020 +17.65% | 2021 +70% | 2022 +1194.12% | 2023 to 30/9 +66.67%

 DLP Resources Inc. (DLP.V): UP 85%

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
Five year performance of DLP: 2018 n/a | 2019 n/a | 2020 n/a | 2021 -14.98% | 2022 +12.2% | 2023 to 30/9 +108.7%

Liontown Resources (LTR.AX) – lithium suppliers: UP 84%

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
Five year performance of LTR: 2018 -44.92% | 2019 +265.4% | 2020 +290.8% | 2021 +414.71% | 2022 -20.48% | 2023 to 30/9 +122.73%

NGEx Minerals (NGEX.V) – copper suppliers: UP 188%

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
Five year performance of NGEX: 2018 n/a | 2019 n/a | 2020 +35.06% | 2021 -255.77% | 2022 +66.49% | 2023 to 30/9 +82.47%

Azure Minerals (AZS.AX) – nickel suppliers: UP 952%

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
Five year performance of AZS: 2018 –81.54% | 2019 -10% | 2020 +285.19% | 2021 -27.88% | 2022 -40% | 2023 to 30/9 +1100%

Follow our lead on this and you won’t be left behind. Many stocks are benefiting in a big way from the surge of money flooding into the resource sector. And investors in those companies are counting big profits.

That’s why we’ve devised a special investment plan exclusively for you. Think of it as a blueprint, to show you which assets could surge – and which could fall – as the Net Zero story plays out:

  • You’ll discover four companies that could be the next big beneficiaries of the trillions of dollars running through the energy sector right now.
  • You’ll discover a clever way to position your money in the revival of a practically unlimited energy source that could power Britain for the next 1,000 years.  
  • And you’ll learn the name of the one ‘greenwashed’ stock you should avoid at all costs.

Forecasts are not reliable indicators of future results.

You’ll know the truth.

You’ll have the facts.

And you’ll have a clear plan to help turn the chaos of Net Zero to your financial advantage.

In a moment, I’d like to put that plan into your hands.

But first, I need to share 5 simple reality checks that prove Net Zero is a total sham:

Reality Check #1:
“We can’t magic up more minerals”

Let’s zoom in on just ONE subsector of the Net Zero transition: EV batteries.

Open up one of these batteries and you’ll see a cocktail of metals inside.

Nickel… cobalt… graphite… lithium…

These are all critical metals used inside these batteries.

And it doesn’t take a genius to realise we’re going to need a whole load more of these metals to reach Net Zero targets.

But just how much exactly?

Well, the International Energy Agency recently ran the numbers:

  • Annual nickel production will have to increase 19 times.
  • Cobalt will have to increase 21 times.
  • Graphite – 25 times.
  • And then there’s lithium, which requires a 42-fold increase.

Is it really feasible – or even possible – to ramp up global production of ALL of these resources?


Dr. Simon Michaux – a professor of mining at the Geological Survey of Finland – has presented to the United Nations on that exact subject.

He said, at 2019 mining rates, it would take almost 10,000 years to mine enough lithium for the energy transition.

But believe it or not, lithium is a drop in the bucket compared to how much copper we’ll need.

Copper is THE foundational metal that our modern world is built on.

It’s underneath our floors, inside our walls, our computers and our cars. 

Even some of our money is made out of it.

But it’s also used in wind turbines, solar panels, energy storage systems and a host of renewable technologies.

And S&P Global – the owner of the S&P 500 – has recently released some enlightening figures about the amount of copper society will need to meet energy transition targets.

It found that we’ll have to mine more copper than was consumed during the entire 20th AND 21st century.

Are you starting to see just how colossal of an undertaking this all is?

With the numbers laid out as starkly as this, it’s easy to wonder why any government would sign up to this.

But the reason why is actually quite simple.

It’s all because of…

Reality Check #2:
“They didn’t do the maths”

Back in 2016, I stood up in European Parliament and said something that put a lot of noses out of joint.

I accused the majority of our leaders of never having done a proper job…

Or working in business…

Or working in trade…

Or ever creating a job in their lives.

And we’re really seeing the consequences of similar deluded thinking with Net Zero.

You see, before I entered politics, I had a small business with six employees. And do you know what we did before launching any sort of initiative where we’d spend money?

We worked out how much everything would cost before we actually launched it.

But it turns out our government did little of that before signing the country up to Net Zero.

Instead, they waved their fingers in the air and said the project would cost £1.4 trillion (before savings).

But do you know what analysis went into producing that figure?


The government embarked on this folly without doing any actual cost analysis…

And without devising a proper plan to actually deliver it.

That’s right. They signed the British people up to Net Zero, sealed into law, without having any idea as to how it could be achieved.

Now, I appreciate these are big claims I’m making.

But they’re not actually my claims.

They’re the legally binding rulings of Britain’s High Court of Justice.

To use the words of the lawyers who brought the case against the government…

The High Court found that the net zero strategy… doesn’t meet the Government’s obligations under the Climate Change Act to produce detailed climate policies that show how the UK’s legally-binding carbon budgets will actually be met.”

Translating the legalese…

That means there’s no robust plan – and no numbers – to back up how the UK will actually achieve Net Zero.

But the thing is, some experts – like the energy infrastructure firm, Atkins – have done the numbers.

And do you know what they found?

That the UK needs to increase new electricity generation built each year five-fold to meet Net Zero targets and maintain security of supply.

That’s the equivalent of building Ireland’s entire energy system every single year.

Given this, how much is this thing really going to cost?

Well, it will come as no surprise to you that the wonks at Whitehall may have drastically underestimated the total price tag.

And it looks like they’ve done so to the tune of almost $3 trillion.

Remember, Michael Kelly – a retired Cambridge University professor – has calculated a total cost to the British government of at least £4.4 TRILLION.

More money than we used to wage World War 2! Think about that. Back then we could be confident – proud – to throw our national wealth for a great cause. Perhaps the greatest cause.

Today, knowing the flaws of the Net Zero pipedream – it’s a tragic waste of money.

Think about what that’s going to do to our economy.

Coming out of the pandemic, we’re paying brutally for the effect money printing can have on life in Britain.

Raging inflation has sent the price of everyday goods soaring…

Rising interest rates – to combat that inflation – is squeezing all of our incomes and threatens to see millions lose their homes…

And we’re now facing our highest tax burden since World War II just so the government can pay off its own debt…

Rather than fund our ailing public sector.

All of this is why we’re seeing everyone from underground workers… to bin collectors… to firemen… to NHS consultants taking to the picket lines.

No doubt your own wealth has taken a big hit over the last few years.

That’s what makes it so important to start turning these events to your advantage.

Because, for some, the forces in play will create a great deal of new wealth.

That is what happens during periods of seismic change and disruption. And make no mistake, that IS what you are facing. A big change to your life, one way or another.

With your investing hat on, it’s time to ask yourself an important question: if Net Zero is just around the corner, why are big fossil fuel companies like these SURGING?

Baker Hughes Company (BKR) +54%

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
Five year performance of BKR: 2018 –25.77% | 2019 +22.56% | 2020 -15.84% | 2021 +18.85% | 2022 +25.77% | 2023 to 30/9 +21.57%

NGL Energy (NGL) +200%

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
Five year performance of NGL: 2018 –2o.84% | 2019 +34.52% | 2020 -70.99% | 2021 -24.17% | 2022 -33.52% | 2023 to 30/9 +219.83%

Marathon Petroleum Corp (MPC) +41%

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
Five year performance of MPC: 2018 -7.78% | 2019 +5.69% | 2020 -27.5% | 2021 +6.32% | 2022 +85.78% | 2023 to 30/9 +31.96%

Follow the money and the picture becomes very clear: the smart money isn’t buying the hype.

It’s often said that the stock market is a ‘truth machine’ and that’s what we’re seeing here.

In 2022 fossil fuel investment by governments hit a RECORD £7 trillion. The big money is taking no chances. It’s hedging its bets and moving into proven energy sources – diggers and drillers who are going to be called upon to keep the lights on.

My message today is to help you get on the right side of this change.

Because the cost of falling on the wrong side could be very grave indeed.

That’s why we’ve spent time and resources putting together a robust plan for you to start positioning your money intelligently. Clearly, there is a hellbent intent for governments all over the world to invest in revolutionising the energy grid.

And that means there is an opportunity to make smart tactical moves to, potentially, capitalise.

That’s what I’d like to show you – in just a moment. Specifically, four companies – across the energy sector – that could take advantage of the mad money flooding into the industry right now.

The investment case for each of these companies is laid out in plain English in a special series of briefings. You can see them on the screen right now.

I believe it is imperative you use our plan as soon as you can. And start turning the tables on a trend that is currently working AGAINST your better interests.

But the sad truth is, here in the West, we’re getting an easy ride compared to the devastation we’re about to see in developing nations.

Because there’s another thing which the “cult” of Net Zero seems happy to turn a blind eye to…

And that brings me to…

Reality Check #3:
How Net Zero gives the green light to a new slave trade and mass pollution

At this point, you may have heard about the claims about atrocious crimes against humanity happening in the Xinjiang region of China.

Over the last decade, it is believed that the Chinese Communist Party has detained more than 1 million Uyghurs against their will.

Held in what the state calls “education camps”, these people have been subject to forced abortion, sterilisation, torture…

And shuttled into forced labour camps.

And do you know what?

If you’ve got solar panels sitting on top of your roof, parts of those panels have almost certainly been manufactured in one of these labour camps.

That’s because a full 95% of ALL silicon-based solar modules are manufactured using Xinjiang silicon.

Again, this isn’t speculation on my part…

This is the result of analysis straight from Bloomberg New Energy Finance.

And unfortunately, the use of slave labour isn’t just limited to the solar panel supply chain.

The electric vehicle industry is harbouring its own nasty secret.

Take cobalt for example. This is a metal that the EV industry cannot live without because it’s a critical component in the vast majority of EV batteries.

And cobalt mining has some particularly nasty pitfalls.

Not only can acute or chronic cobalt exposure lead to breathing problems, heart failure, memory loss and blindness…

But its ore is usually found alongside arsenic. So, if you don’t take proper precautions when mining it, it can have catastrophic consequences.

And it just so happens that a full three-quarters of cobalt is mined where there’s very little thought given to safety precautions…

And even less thought to human rights.

I’m talking about the Democratic Republic of Congo. A country that has a long and storied history of dictatorship, corruption and human rights abuse.

Now, recently, the DRC’s cobalt mines caught the attention of Amnesty International.

Amnesty, along with a group of reporters, personally travelled to the DRC to investigate reports of child slavery in the region’s mines.

What they found was shocking.

Every day in the DRC, as many as 40,000 children – some as young as four years old – are forced to work in makeshift cobalt mines.

At best, these children run the risk of growing up with birth defects or being plagued by seizures…

At worst, they end up tragically losing their lives to the perils of these makeshift mines.

The same thing is occurring over in Indonesia, too…

Are the tragic deaths of these people worth the supposed benefit of electric vehicles…

Vehicles that – according to reports – do not even have a better environmental record until they’ve been driven some 50,000 miles?

Again, if you own an EV, I’m not saying this to judge you.

I’m revealing the truth – the underreported impact – so that you can make your own judgements. We can’t shy away from this.

And believe it or not, the impact on human lives is just one side of the coin when it comes to the damage Net Zero is doing.

Because it turns out the energy transition will leave its own wake of mass pollution in its path.

That may come as a surprise, given that practically every company you can name is scrambling to go green. Publicly, they all want you to believe they’re all friends of the Earth.

But a recent report by research firm, Scientific Beta, reveals that companies with ‘good ESG scores’ pollute just as much as their low-rated rivals.

These are the same ESG-rated firms your pension adviser is being strongly encouraged to put your money into. Their priority should be making you a return… not throwing your contributions into greenwashed stocks.

What happens when it all comes crashing down is anyone’s guess. But it won’t be pretty.

Now, let’s cycle back to the damage being done by rare earth minerals again.

The metals that are crucial for medical devices, computers, smartphones, heavy machinery and, of course, renewable energy technology.

It may surprise you to know that for every tonne of rare earth minerals extracted, miners also produce 2,000 tonnes of toxic waste.

Given that rare earth production could need to increase by as much as 7x to meet Net Zero targets…

Just how much waste do you think stands to be produced?

We’re looking at 4.8 BILLION tonnes of toxic waste annually.

That’s the equivalent of 30 Mount Everests of waste produced every single year.

And that’s JUST rare earths.

It doesn’t take into account the plethora of other materials we need to pull out of the ground to achieve Net Zero. And the strain that’ll have on the surrounding environment.

When it comes to lithium, for example, you need to suck up 2 million tonnes of water just to produce a single tonne of the stuff.

You can imagine the devastating impact that has on the surrounding area, like the destruction of wildlife.

None of it makes any sense, when you actually look at the consequences.

Take the fact that the Scottish government felled SIXTEEN MILLION TREES to make way for its latest wind turbine wheeze:

Take the cargo ship that turned into a fireball after an electric car on board spontaneously combusted, creating a major environmental disaster…

Isn’t this exactly the type of thing the climate crusaders are railing against?

If you think this all sounds completely backwards... it is!

And that brings me to…

Reality Check #4:
“There is no energy transition”

It doesn’t matter which facet of Net Zero you home in on, there’s always something that just doesn’t stack up.

You’ve got British solar panels not working properly because the summer sun’s too hot…

And electric vehicles actually leading to GREATER lifetime carbon emissions than an internal combustion engine…

As a result, Dr. Mark Mills calculated scenarios in which driving an electric vehicle “leads to greater lifetime emissions” than driving a petrol-powered car.

Then you have offshore wind… By some estimates, it’s even more expensive than our sky-high gas prices.

Then there’s the government’s air source heat pump scheme.

Driven by the mandate to ban gas boilers by 2035, the government wants to get these things installed into 600,000 homes every year.

And it’s offering a £6,000 bounty to every household that does so.

But aside from being an eye-sore… noisy… bulky… and as much as three times as expensive as the average gas boiler…

Scores of users have found they are ‘useless’ when it’s too cold outside. And they’ve instead found themselves putting back in the gas boilers they just ripped out.

And if you dare to resist, the new energy bill just passed through parliament threatens a £15,000 fine… or even a prison sentence for those who won’t play along.

Finally, you’ve got the most backwards thing about the entire energy transition.

That everything we do here towards preserving our planet is practically futile.

Because for every step toward Net Zero the Western world takes…

Over in China, they’re approving the equivalent of two coal plants every week – a full six times as many as the rest of the world!

Now it goes without saying that there are a lot of losers in the energy transition.

But if there’s one winner from this whole thing, it’s undoubtedly China.

And on the subject of China, that bring us to our fifth and final fact.

The harsh truth that practically the entire Net Zero supply chain is controlled by one of our greatest geopolitical adversaries…

Reality Check #5:
Net Zero puts the entire world in the palm of China’s hand

Whether it’s solar panels… electric vehicles… or wind turbines…

Right from the extraction of raw materials right through to the finished product…

China has the supply chain locked down.

Take solar panels. Manufacturing a solar panel broadly consists of four processes.

First, you have to mine quartz and turn it into polysilicon – 79% of all polysilicon production is in China.

Second, you have to slice polysilicon ingots into wafer-thin sheets – 96% of wafer production happens in China.

Then those wafers are polished, treated and turned into solar cells – 85% of cell production happens in China.

Finally, solar cells are wired together and turned into modules.

All this equates to China making up an average share of 84% of ALL solar panel manufacturing.  

Then there’s electric vehicle batteries.

The International Energy Agency recently investigated China’s share of the EV battery market.

It found that China has an 85% stranglehold on anode production capacity…

A 70% share of cathode production capacity…

And in fact, a full three out of four lithium-ion batteries are produced in China.

But above and beyond all of that is the iron grip it has over the most critical resource on the planet…

Rare earth metals.

As mentioned earlier, without rare earth minerals and metals, the way of life as we know it would come to a complete halt.

Without rare earth minerals, there would be no way to manufacture smartphones… digital cameras… speakers… engines… or computers of any kind.

And the bad news is…

The VAST majority of rare earth extraction takes place in China.

So much so that 80% of the United States' rare imports…

And a full 98% of the EU’s imports come from China.

China’s dominance over the energy mineral supply chain is now so great that it is more than DOUBLE OPEC’s share of the energy market.

If geopolitical tensions with China were to escalate, many believe China could cut off access to almost every piece of tech the modern world relies on.

Drones, precision guided missiles, computers, batteries, EVs, smart devices, you name it. And it all comes with the added risk of handing China an immense surveillance network here in the West. 

China has the rest of the world over a barrel if we run mindlessly into this doomed Net Zero future.

I’m not comfortable with that – are you?

Is giving up our national security worth the trade-off?

Look, if you can’t see by now that Net Zero is, at best, deeply flawed… or more likely, fundamentally impossible…

And extremely dangerous to the world order…

You never will. It’s too late for you.

But if you can see that there’s not enough time, technology, money or resources to make Net Zero happen…

It MUST raise important questions in your mind.

Why is it going ahead?

What is the real agenda here?

And what are the authorities prepared to do to execute this plan?

In the Name of Net Zero
Climate Lockdowns. Carbon spyware. Emergency rations. Tax crusades. Government-controlled bank accounts.

I know that what follows will sound like pure conspiracy theory. Like something out of Orwell’s 1984. And I will likely be branded irresponsible for sharing it. 

In fact, what comes next is, frankly, hard to believeat first.

“Not here,” you may think. Not in a democracy like ours. This is Britain, after all, not Beijing, isn’t it? Sadly, I think you’re going to be rather shocked.  

I’ve shown you that we simply cannot create enough power using solely so-called ‘clean energy’.

So, if we can’t magic up enough renewable energy, what’s the plan?

Well, I believe you’re going to start hearing and seeing two seemingly harmless words more and more in the media… and from the government…

Two words that carry with them some very dark implications:

“Demand Management”

Put simply, if the renewable energy zealots cannot conjure up enough power using solar and wind, then demand and freedoms must be constricted… to meet the otherwise impossible Net Zero goals.

What that could mean for your way of life is rather chilling to consider.

You’ll see that our universities, the media, the government and unelected but influential groups like the World Economic Forum are pushing this unsettling agenda in lockstep.

Plans, suggestions, ideas, initiatives, pledges… that could one day worm its way into policy.

Remember, ours was the world’s first government in the world to declare a ‘climate emergency’… and rush the Net Zero plans into LAW.

Now we’re starting to see WHY.

It’s a lot easier to introduce extreme measures in times of supposed emergency.

The Covid-19 lockdowns are starting to look like a trial run. A pilot study, for a new raft of restrictions and authoritarian controls. The supposed never-ending emergency of a ‘climate crisis’ is the perfect excuse.

So, let’s look at the information starting to leak out about what could be in store for us, in the name of Net Zero:

Local lockdowns and
“15-minute cities”

Climate lockdowns are already being prepared.

It’s only a matter of time. I’ve stated this publicly.

In response, I have been branded part of the tin-foil hat brigade. So be it.

But the signs are clear as day that we could be moving towards severe restrictions on where you can and can’t go.

In November 2021 – under the cover of a raging pandemic – the World Economic Forum floated the idea of something called ‘the 15-minute city’.

Wouldn’t it be great, asked the WEF, if everything you needed to live, survive and thrive was no further than 15 minutes from your front door?

In theory... we’d all be working from home (like during Covid). Your nearest John Lewis would be a five-minute bike ride away. Schools, libraries, community centres, leisure facilities – all within walking distance.

You’d never need to use your car or truck again. So good for the climate!

In practice... it could be more like the movie The Hunger Games.

At its extreme, we could all be confined to ‘zones’... requiring permission (or paying) to leave... under the threat of fines and other penalties for non-compliance.

Remember when they said you couldn’t travel more than 5 kilometres from your home during the pandemic?

Well, imagine that permanently... with border gates, facial recognition cameras and checkpoints.

Sound farfetched?

It’s already in motion.

Just take a look at what’s being planned in Oxford, one of the most historic cities in Britain…

In December 2022, the Oxfordshire County Council approved plans to lock residents into one of six zones... turning it into a 15-minute city – all to ‘save the planet’ from climate catastrophe.

Plus, the council will place camera-monitored electronic gates on key roads in and out of the city.

According to website, The Daily Sceptic (emphasis mine):

“Under the new scheme, if residents want to leave their zone they will need permission from the Council. Residents will be allowed to leave their zone a maximum of 100 days per year, but in order to even gain this every resident will have to register their car with the council who will then track their movements via smart cameras round the city.”

What if you lived in Oxford and didn’t want your rights to be abused like this?


Duncan Enright, Oxfordshire County Council’s cabinet member for travel and development strategy, told The Oxford Mail the controversial plan is going ahead “whether people like it or not.”

Who knows how enforced or effective these zones will be? But the intention is what’s important here – to control your movement.

The same hairbrained scheme is being rolled out in the equally historic English city of Canterbury. The city council is set to divide Canterbury into 5 zones to create a 15-minute city:

“If you drive between neighbourhoods, you will receive a fine,” says city council leader Ben Fitter-Harding.

Pretty soon, you could start receiving messages like these, just for going on a Sunday drive to the coast:

This is an idea that will persist.

How long before we start to see signs like these up and down the motorways?

In London, we’ve already had Sadiq Khan’s money-grabbing ULEZ scheme… designed to coerce people into buying expensive EVs… forcing them to pay fines for driving through their own city.

Despite public protests and justified outcry, they won’t drop it. ULEZ fines totalled £224 million in 2022 alone. Your normal everyday behaviour has been turned into their cash cow – all in the name of Net Zero.

It’s another example: They don’t care what you think. They don’t care that you don’t want this. The Net Zero crusade marches on.

Even now, when we’re seeing people vandalise these sinister ULEZ cameras…

It’s going ahead. And expanding.

As reported by The Guardian, ULEZ could be just the start of a wider frogmarch into climate totalitarianism:

What’s really going on here?

Millions of hard-working people have been dealing with record inflation, rising mortgage costs, train workers and doctors on strike, a failing pension industry… but penning you in and fleecing you for trying to live a normal life is at the top of their agenda.

Such bans and restrictions are “immovable” – those are the words of the secretary for ‘levelling up’, Michael Gove. 

I find that very strange, don’t you?

And it spreads far wider than just locking you up in your local area…

There’s an endless list of dangerous ideas and proposals coming out of universities, think- tanks and influential – unelected – groups.

This ‘woke war on you’ threatens to invade every aspect of your life:

  • Distance rations: will you be able to fly abroad on a family holiday… will you have enough ‘carbon credits’ stored up?
  • Controls over your diet: the Net Zero crowd want us all to give up meat… and even a proposal to start feeding schoolchildren insects.   
  • Digital Carbon Passports: a new idea being touted by yet another think-tank is a carbon ID card. There’ll be no escape for energy sinners.
  • I could go on and on… Smart thermostats to track and trace your carbon usage. Central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) that could impose direct penalties for uncompliant climate behaviour. Water rations. You name it.

These are all ideas and suggestions floating around right now as the climate crusaders step over your right to privacy.  

We’re facing a new ‘panopticon’ of surveillance over our daily lives and activities… ushered in under the guise of environmental concerns.

How many of these schemes, think-tank ideas and woke demands become reality is anyone’s guess. There are more than enough of them to tell me what the underlying plan is here:

As clean energy fails to deliver enough power, the contingency plan is to get you to live in some sort of authoritarian dystopia. All without your say so.

That’s not guesswork.

We have discovered a deleted, official government report speculating on ways to alter your behaviour to achieve Net Zero.

And the conclusion of this government report should send a chill down your spine. I quote:

“If we can impart one lesson, the first law of behaviour change would be this: reduce the burden of action for the greatest number.

Let me translate that for you: the execution of this plan requires taking away your right to choose to conform.

Is it any wonder they deleted this report within hours of being published?

Don't lose hope

Let’s take a breath here.

It’s all rather disturbing, isn’t it?

Given what you’re up against…

Given the seemingly HELLBENT crusade for this government – and the next – to run headfirst into a Net Zero disaster that could leave millions colder, poorer and with your freedoms under threat…

You may be feeling – understandably – worried.

Even hopeless.

You wouldn’t be blamed for wanting to ignore all this. Many people will bury their heads in the sand, it’s overwhelming.

But if you hold financial responsibility for yourself – and your loved ones – you just can’t do that. The cost of allowing yourself and your money to be at the mercy of these events is just too great.

The fact is, as we saw during the pandemic, the powers that be are more concerned with virtue signalling than doing what’s good for you and this country.

We’re still paying for that now.

Mark my words, they’ll go down the road to Net Zero to breaking point. It doesn’t matter if it’s 2030… 2035… 2050. It’s coming.

But break it must, because the numbers do not add up.

And you and your investments will pay for it, unless you correct the course now.

Don’t rely on the government to backtrack far enough.

Don’t rely on them to wake up ANY TIME SOON and admit they were dead wrong.

The earlier you take protective and proactive measures, the better.

As I said earlier, I’m not here to merely expose the flaws and lies that are inherent to the Net Zero crusade.  

I’m here to help you overcome it.

And – potentially – to profit from it.

There is a huge amount of money exchanging hands to drive this energy transition. Whether it’s good for the country or not – this is a multi-trillion-pound trend. A super trend that is going to make and break fortunes.

Let me show you how to rise above the mania – and use these dramatic events to your advantage:

Your Energy Investing Action Plan
Four stocks to buy now – to get on the RIGHT SIDE of the energy super-trend

Despite Rishi Sunak’s watering down of a handful of climate pledges…

Despite the fact that – as I have shown you – many of these targets are a complete fantasy…

The transition to new forms of energy is an unstoppable trend.

Remember, an estimated $125 trillion is to be spent on this crusade over the coming 25 years or so.

We’re already seeing social and financial upheaval as a result – and it’s only going to intensify.

Some of it will be good – like the plans to harness home-grown power sources and regain energy independence.

Some of it will be bad – like the threat of totalitarian controls I have shared with you in this report.

Today, you have a choice:

To be at the mercy of these powerful events…

Or take positive action to get your money on the right side of them, taking maximum possible advantage of the most pervasive financial trend of our lifetimes.

Today I want to show you that your best defence against the looming controls and restrictions… and your best chance of profiting from the mania… is a radical and urgent form of financial independence.

The reality is, you cannot truly be free in life unless you are financially free.

If you are beholden to the financial establishment, you are at its mercy… you are far easier to manipulate. That’s a simple and undeniable fact.

But if you are in control of your own financial affairs… if you are making coherent and informed decisions… you can use the big changes we are seeing in the world today to improve your life and wealth.

From what I have revealed today, you must see that it has never been more important to be the master of your financial destiny in Britain.

If you agree, I would like to share with you details of a simple but important plan we have been working on for many months, behind the scenes.

To many people, the turbulence in the energy markets is going to look like pure chaos.

But if my presentation today has chimed with you, then I want a different outcome for you. I want to help you make sense – and money – from what’s going on.

To construct this plan, I’ve worked closely with one of the world’s most respected wealth managers and traders.

You may well have seen him on CNBC, Bloomberg TV, CNN or Reuters India. (He has also been interviewed on the BBC World Service, Ireland’s Today FM and Financial Sense Online.) 

That’s because Eoin Treacy is an award-winning investor with close to $1 BILLION in assets under his stewardship.

He currently advises four different $100m funds… manages the money of some of Asia and the Middle East’s wealthiest families… and his other clients include sovereign wealth and pension funds.

He is also a highly successful gold trader whose advice would have helped investors position themselves ahead of the last gold bull market.

Eoin got in pretty early – in 2003. He then called the top at the very peak – in 2012 – when gold had rocketed over the subsequent 13 years.

And over recent years he has helped thousands of private investors understand how powerful forces and trends can send certain stocks on big price climbs. 

Here you can see Eoin teaching other wealth managers how to spot good value investments. We’ve blurred their faces out because they may not want their clients to know they come to someone else for their investment ideas.

Most impressive of all, Eoin is the man other fund managers and traders go to, to help improve and hone their investment methods.

And right now, Eoin believes the energy transition is presenting private investors like you with an unmissable opportunity to profit.

Over the last 12 months, energy stocks – both renewable and traditional – have been amongst the most rewarding shares available to the private investor.

From energy giants, like Shell:

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
Five year performance of SEL: 2018 –27.27% | 2019 +43.75% | 2020 +21.74% | 2021 +71.43% | 2022 -50% | 2023 to 30/9 +1754.17%

Targa Resources:

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
Five year performance of TRGP: 2018 –18.09% | 2019 +23.46% | 2020 -32.43% | 2021 +99.55% | 2022 +43.38% | 2023 to 30/9 +18.46%

And Marathon Petroleum (MPC):

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
Five year performance of MPC: 2018 -7.78% | 2019 +5.69% | 2020 -27.5% | 2021 +6.32% | 2022 +85.78% | 2023 to 30/9 +31.96%

To a new wave of firms riding the tsunami of investment flooding into clean energy…

Like electrical infrastructure firm Atkore Inc. (ATKR):

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
 Five year performance of ATKR: 2018 –7.51% | 2019 +103.93% | 2020 +1.61% | 2021 +107.47% | 2022 +2.01% | 2023 to 30/9 +31.54%

Periods of great change present great opportunity to informed investors.

Don’t get left behind, here.

You cannot control how far Britain plunges toward Net Zero.

You don’t have to agree with the enormous investments going into clean energy.

But you can take positive action today to, potentially, benefit from this gargantuan new trend.

The forces in play here are backed by trillions of dollars in investment capital. And we are seeing enormous wealth creation as a result. 

If you land on the right side of this, you could be counting the rewards for a decade… as the big money flows into everything from battery metals to nuclear energy… to clean technology stocks… to traditional oil and gas companies that must pick up the slack as the green grid falters. 

Forecasts are not reliable indicators of future results.

So, let me run you through our Energy Investing Action plan now – the stocks that could offer great rewards as this story plays out:

Energy Play #1:
How you could profit from the ‘EV Supercharge’

There’s an aggressive agenda at play to force us to buy into the energy transition.

On the one hand, you have Rishi Sunak’s electioneering, pushing back the 2030 targets.

On the other, you have Keir Starmer declaring he will ‘throw everything’ at Net Zero.

They both amount to the same thing, in the end.

Sooner or later, the transition is happening.

And a big part of that transition is going to happen on the roads.

The fact is, the government is spending £56 million to build out charging station infrastructure for electric vehicles. And it is going to make damn well sure we buy enough cars to make use of them all.

The simplest way to get the public to start buying EVs is to make them cheaper.

And – at the same time – to make it more expensive to drive your ‘gas guzzler’ from A to B.

The ULEZ scheme has just been rolled out to reach Greater London. And I wouldn’t be surprised if the whole of the UK was swallowed up by it over the next few years… in spite of the fierce opposition.

I think it’s reasonable to speculate that this is just the beginning of an increasingly aggressive push to make all petrol cars a thing of the past.

Families up and down Britain – and all over the world – will ultimately choose what makes the most sense, for the purse strings.

And EVs are about to get a whole lot cheaper.

Remember, you don’t have to LIKE what’s happening here.

But that doesn’t mean we have to take a back seat. Because you can use the coming trend of booming EV sales, to potentially profit.

All told, we’re looking at $860 billion of investment capital flooding into the sector over the next seven years.

EV compound aggregate growth rates (CAGR) are expected to be 47% per year from 2020 to 2025 and 15% from 2025 to 2030.

Since this is essentially a government-sponsored bull market and we have concrete evidence that money is being committed, those growth rates may come close to being achieved.

Production is going to explode.

And that means an astronomical amount of lithium – the core metal component of an EV battery – is going to be required.

It seems nigh impossible that demand will be met – and a price squeeze seems inevitable.

In that scenario, there’s only one sort of company that wins – the miners pulling the stuff out of the ground.

Eoin Treacy, our award-winning investment director, has selected one of the best-placed miners to take maximum possible advantage of this coming supply pinch.

It’s one of the largest lithium miners on the planet – and on the verge of acquiring a major competitor…

Putting it in an even stronger position to supply the boom in EV battery demand.

It’s no flash in the pan success, either… this is an established mining firm with over eight decades under its belt… with major factories in the two biggest EV battery markets: the US and China.

If you want to ride the seemingly inevitable boom in EV sales, Eoin believes this is your #1 tactical play to make right now.

He sees great growth ahead in the coming months and years for this essential supplier.

Forecasts are not reliable indicators of future results.

That’s why he’s compiled an exclusive report for you to review. It contains his full investment analysis, including the name and ticker symbol of this perfectly poised lithium supplier. 

Eoin will also run you through all of the risks to consider before making an investment.

Understanding and weighing risk – such as the volatility of the mining sector – is crucial to becoming a more successful investor. Eoin has spent decades guiding billions in capital. He hasn’t reached his respected position by taking risk lightly.

And nor should you.

You should always assess an investment idea against your own personal circumstances, investment objectives and risk tolerance. If you don’t understand the investment or the risk associated with it, or you’re simply not comfortable putting your money on the line, you shouldn’t invest.

Everything you need to know to make an informed investment is in your report: “White Gold: the lithium firm that could lead the battery boom”.

I’ll show you how to get a copy, in just a moment.

First, I’d like to tell you about…

Energy Play #2:
The smart way to play big oil’s
‘Second Coming’

How often have we been told oil is finished?

Some historical predictions say we should have run out of the stuff in the 1920s!

In fact, for the last 100 years, there have been endless forecasts for oil’s great demise.

But, of course, it’s still here.

And it will be for many years to come.

Now, if you think it’s paradoxical to make strategic plays in both the rise of EVs and the ongoing resurgence of an oil driller…

I understand.

But you can play both of these trends, with great confidence.

In the near-term, oil and gas firms are going to be essential to keep the lights on as clean energy technology lags behind.

As I’ve shown you today… despite all the big promises in the spin, without traditional energy like oil and gas, we’d still see blackouts across the UK.


In fact, a report by Renewable Portfolio Standards states that the unreliability of solar and wind energy “significantly increase average retail electricity prices”.

It’s not the amount of power that wind and solar generate in a year that’s important here.

It’s the reliability of it. Again, this is something the Net Zero crusaders won’t face up to: there is no affordable or reliable way to store the electricity wind and solar generate.

In the real world, a wind farm’s output often drops below 10% of its rated ‘capacity’ for days at a time.

Solar power disappears completely every night and drops by 50% or more during cloudy days.

You get the point, I am sure. To meet our energy needs – particularly in the winter – traditional energy is more essential than ever.

While the media and the politicians froth over renewable energy in public, smart investors need only follow the money. The amount of investment capital flowing into oil and gas reveals what’s really going on.

In 2022 investment in oil and gas soared by 4%. And it is expected to rise further this year.

You may have seen the recent news that regulators have given the green light for us to start drilling the largest untapped deposit in the North Sea.

In the US it’s the same story. Oil companies are drilling like crazy… with the number of oil rigs surging 60% in 2022 alone. According to Forbes, historically, it has rarely climbed at a faster pace than this.

Such positive news is creating a ‘second coming’ for investors with shares in oil firms:

In the developing world, demand for ‘black gold’ is hitting new highs.

The rapid expansion of the Chinese and Indian economies is where the bulk of demand growth is coming from.

They understand that the quick way to improve living standards is to use lots of energy to build cities, industries and to grow food.

That means regardless of what happens on the environment front at home, the big decisions about the outlook for carbon emissions will take place in the emerging markets. That’s a long-term bullish indicator for the oil price.

One important piece of information I don’t believe most people know is that Saudi Arabia requires $80.90 per barrel to balance its budget.

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has ambitious plans. Nothing less than building a brand-new city, at an estimated cost of $500 billion.

To pay for it, Saudi Arabia must turn to the oldest trick in its playbook: attempting to engineer a higher oil price.

Given the strong tailwinds for a very healthy-looking oil price for many years to come, Eoin has selected a global oil giant with years of experience and wind in its sails.

This well-known driller generated revenues nearing $60 billion in 2022. And it pays a very healthy dividend you can start collecting, too.

Its ramped-up offshore drilling programme makes it particularly attractive to Eoin, who believes this is an ideal long-term, strategic play on the oil resurgence.

This could be a stock with real staying power – keeping the lights on for years to come, until renewable technology is finally fit for purpose.

There are risks to consider of course, even in a company of this immense size. You should always be aware that investing carries risk and companies can suffer unpredictable events that can impact share price.

Such risks are covered in our detailed investment briefing: “Strike: how you could profit from the great fossil fuel revival”.

Inside, you’ll find Eoin’s full analysis, including the name of the company and its ticker symbol. And why he believes this is your #1 play on a core energy source that could surge for years to come.

I’d like to get this valuable report in your hands today, alongside our next opportunity:

Energy Play #3:
Grab your stake in the atomic revival

It produces almost no waste.

It produces zero emissions.

It’s the most reliable source of energy known to man.

And it gives you more bang for your buck than gas, coal, wind, solar or anything else you can name.

That’s why, in the global race for energy security, one clear winner is emerging…

Nuclear power.

It all comes down to a basic need to create huge amounts of baseload power without relying on Russian gas… or Saudi oil.

In the midst of 2022’s energy crisis, people began to wonder...

Where would the world be today if we had continued to pursue nuclear power?

Would our emissions be as high? Would pollution-related health issues be as common?

Would Russia have invaded Ukraine without the leverage of Europe’s reliance on continuous flows of Russian gas to provide baseload power?

Would Germany be burning coal for electricity and wood for heating while shutting down its industries?

Would energy grids be struggling under the strain of fluctuating power supply from renewables?

Would inflation have surged as high? Would our energy bills risk bankrupting us and our businesses?

The answer is that nuclear power promised the precise solutions we lacked in 2022.

After decades of neglect and underinvestment, the nuclear industry is being revived, and in a big hurry.

1970s power plants are coming to the end of their lifespan. And a rush of new investment is hitting the sector.

According to industry experts Schroders, every major economy is planning to significantly boost their nuclear capacity.

Here in Britain, we’re shortlisting six firms to build a series of modular nuclear reactors, investing £77 million in the project.

In the US, a further $150 million is being invested in nuclear R&D, to boost advances in nuclear technology.

Pakistan and China have inked a $4.8 billion deal to construct an enormous new nuclear power plant in Punjab.

France has committed 100 million euros to reviving its outdated nuclear industry.

I could go on… with Sweden, Korea, Japan, India and Canada all stepping up their investment in nuclear power.

This race to bring more nuclear into the grid has sent a selection of nuclear stocks soaring this year.

Of course, Eoin has found a savvy way for you to play this atomic revival…

He’s uncovered a firm perfectly positioned to capitalise as waves of new money hits the sector.

Its core business is to enrich the uranium before it can be used in reactors. This is an essential process, without which the uranium isn’t fit for purpose.

It has a bulging order book of more than $1 billion – and counts the US government as one of its clients.

Eoin’s research reveals this firm ticks all the boxes, with profits of $115 million in 2021 and $131 million in cash, in the bank.

This is an opportune time to grab a stake in the company… after investing heavily on a brand-new enriching facility, its shares dropped in 2022. But as that facility comes online, it’s expected to start processing two months ahead of schedule.

The market is waking up to what a great long-term play this could be.

So, make sure to read your exclusive report on this nuclear play as soon as you can. It’s called: “New Nuclear: our top investment to ride the coming ESG exodus”.

All three of your reports are available to without any financial commitment. They can be in your hands within the next 15 minutes. I’ll explain how you can download them in a moment.

But first, I’d like to run you through our final opportunity:

Energy Play #4:
How to use the coming mining mania to bolster your portfolio

Look, I’m sure you’re keen to dive into these investment briefings.

So, I won’t go into huge detail about this last opportunity.

I’ll save that for your final report – our full research and investment case is laid out for you in plain English.

But I will quickly run you through the highlights, because I think you’ll understand the opportunity right away.

If one thing is clear from today’s presentation it should be this:

We’re going to need a hell of a lot of minerals, metals and resources to bolster our energy plans, be they clean or traditional.

To build the batteries, turbines, devices and billions of feet of cables and wires to electrify the entire grid… it’s going to be an epic bout of mining mania.

Let’s remind ourselves of just how much of this material we’re going to need to dig out of the ground in the coming years:

  • Annual nickel production will have to increase 19 times.
  • Cobalt will have to increase 21 times.
  • Graphite – 25 times.
  • And then there’s lithium, which requires a 42-fold increase.

Or put very simply, in this chart:

To mine even a fraction of these resources would account for the biggest mass excavation project in human history.

Money will need to flow into the mining sector on an almost unthinkable scale. We could be looking at a golden age for investors in ‘digger and driller’ stocks.

And remember, demand is set to outstrip supply by a huge measure. This could create price distortions that should whet the appetite of any ambitious investor.

According to the IMF, striving to achieve Net Zero by 2050 will: “spur unprecedented demand for some of the most crucial metals,” leading to price spikes that “could derail or delay the energy transition itself.” 

This is a classic resource bottleneck… the likes of which savvy investors have taken advantage of throughout the history of the financial markets. As a former metals trader, I recognise it well.

This situation is already sending certain mining stocks on big price surges…

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
 Five year performance of AZS: 2018 –81.54% | 2019 -10% | 2020 +285.19% | 2021 -27.88% | 2022 -40% | 2023 to 30/9 +1100%

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
Five year performance of WC8: 2018 –27.27% | 2019 +43.75% | 2020 +21.74% | 2021 +71.43% | 2022 -50% | 2023 to 30/9 +1754.17%

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
Five year performance of RDN: 2018 –94.67% | 2019 -25% | 2020 +400% | 2021 -33.33% | 2022 -75% | 2023 to 30/9 +552.63%

This is just a selection of some of the best-performing mining stocks – benefiting from a historical surge in energy mineral demand.

And, we believe, it’s just the start of what could be a decade-long trend that you could reap financial rewards from.

But you can’t simply throw a dart at the mining index. Not every stock will rise in this way. Mining stocks are risky and volatile. You need someone with deep experience sorting the good companies from the bad.

That’s where Eoin comes in. He’s enjoyed a long and successful career investing in critical resource stocks – you can see some of those below:

  • Arch Resources - 101%
  • CEMEX - 98%
  • Antofagasta - 73.9%
  • Fresnillo - 64%
  • Great Bear - 137%
  • Petropavlovsk - 63%
  • Polymetal - 52%
  • Yellow Cake - 51%

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.

To help you take full possible advantage of this trend, Eoin has locked on to one company that could see its stock soar as demand intensifies:

  • It’s one of the world’s most established suppliers of cobalt, copper, nickel and zinc… amongst the most in demand metals needed for the energy transition, particularly electric vehicles.
  • It pays a healthy dividend – last year this company paid $7.1 billion back to its shareholders.
  • It’s investing in a niche business of recycling lithium – another in demand battery metal.
  • Unlike many of its competitors, this miner has held on to its massive coal reserves – which looks like a canny move given the current inability of clean energy to power the grid on its own.
  • No matter what form the energy transition takes, this firm looks in prime position to benefit from the massive demand in the materials it supplies.  

Eoin’s full investment profile, including his expert risk analysis is in this special report. It’s called “The Big Dig: our #1 stock to play the coming metal mania”.

Together, these four stock plays represent an enormous opportunity for you to gain advantage in the markets.

Tactically exploiting the mad money being thrown at Net Zero…

Coupled with strategic plays on the long-term and established energy firms that will be relied upon for many years to come.

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None of this involves crystal ball gazing. That’s impossible. We prefer to call it professional forecasting. Put simply, understanding that markets don’t move at random. They respond to deep changes in the world.

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Over the past five years alone, The Fleet Street Letter has shown investors how to get ahead of emerging trends… and use that intelligence to their financial advantage.

  • Like forecasting the increased demand for silver, recommending our readers buy into the WisdomTree Silver ETF way back in November 2019:

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
Five year performance: 2018 –3.55% | 2019 +12.57% | 2020 +40.85% | 2021 -12.11% | 2022 +15.5% | 2023 to 30/9 -7.82%

  • Or strategically channelling the rise of cryptocurrency to our advantage, taking profits of 43% whilst most other investors moved too late or held on too long.

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
Five year performance: 2018 –73% | 2019 +95% | 2020 +301% | 2021 +90% | 2022 -81.02%

  • Or the 70% gain we’re currently sitting on from one of the world’s top energy companies:

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
Five year performance: 2018 +0.73% | 2019 +1.54% | 2020 -40.78% | 2021 +35.81% | 2022 +49.33% | 2023 to 30/9 +15.39%

This is an open position in our portfolio, so it could rise or fall from here.

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For 85 years, we’ve served our readers, providing market intelligence and strategic action.

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I’ve already touched upon Eoin’s fantastic record of getting the big calls – and plays – right.

As our Investment Director, Eoin is the man who turns our INSIGHTS into ACTIONS you can take with your money.


Eoin has worked painstakingly to curate your urgent Energy Investing Action Plan… to help you take maximum possible advantage of this situation.

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Writing to more than 50,000 readers world-wide, Nick is a contrarian thinker and sceptic who shares my own keen instincts for challenging those at the top.

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Our mission at The Fleet Street Letter is to open up uncommon ideas and effective wealth-building research for the private investor and the man on the street.

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The full price of The Fleet Street Letter is £249 per year.

Considering that you receive well over £500 worth of financial intelligence and research the moment you start your 30-day trial, I think that’s great value.

To put that in further context, you’d normally have to cough up a five-figure sum for the guidance of our award-winning Investment Director, Eoin Treacy.

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But given the urgency of what’s happening regarding the dangerous deceptions of Net Zero…

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If you nod along to the woke agenda…

Or still believe that the establishment have your best interests at heart…

The Fleet Street Letter is NOT for you.

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If you DO want to arm yourself with investment intelligence unavailable to 99% of other investors…

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I created this presentation to spread the truth.

I know those at the top – the elites who run the media, and inside the corridors of Whitehall – will attack me for it.

They’ll hate me for revealing the flaws of the Net Zero sacred cow.

But I won’t be silenced or deterred.

I’m willing to risk my reputation and take all the flak, when our way of life is threatened.

I’m willing to speak out on your behalf.

That’s what I did with Brexit. That’s what I did with the illegal migration crisis. And that’s what I did with the knee-jerk lockdowns.

When you speak out against those in power, you become a target. I know this all too well. Recently you will have seen that they’ve even tried to de-bank me… make me an exile from the financial system… a non-citizen.

But I will continue to hold people to account, no matter how powerful or the personal risk.

Today’s presentation has been about more than exposing the lies we’ve all been told about Net Zero.

More, even, than sharing how you could actually use these lies to your own financial advantage – directly, with strategic investments.

It is about drawing a line in the sand. And taking a stand… Speaking out about what kind of country – and world – you want to live in.

Is it a world where facts don’t matter?

A world where you follow along, even though nothing makes sense?

A world where feelings matter more than science or material reality?

A world in where your opinion makes you an outcast?

I don’t think any of us want to live in that world.

At The Fleet Street Letter, we uphold the right to think differently. To be sceptical about popular delusions. And to invest our money accordingly.

If that’s something you want to be a part of…

Join us, without delay. Click here to try us out, and save £120

I look forward to welcoming you to The Fleet Street Letter.

Many thanks for reading today.

Best wishes,

Nigel Farage
Editor, The Fleet Street Letter

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Advice in The Fleet Street Letter does not constitute a personal recommendation. Any advice should be considered in relation to your own circumstances, investment objectives and risk tolerance. Before investing you should consider carefully the risks involved, including those described below. If you have any doubt as to suitability or taxation implications, seek independent financial advice.

General - Your capital is at risk when you invest, never risk more than you can afford to lose. Past performance and forecasts are not reliable indicators of future results. Bid/offer spreads, commissions, fees and other charges can reduce returns from investments. There is no guarantee dividends will be paid.

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Five year performance figures for stocks without charts:

Uranium Energy Corp: 2018 -29.38% | 2019 -26.46% | 2020 +91.47% | 2021 +90.34% | 2022 +15.82% | 2023 to 30/9 +32.73%

Cameco Corp: 2018 +23.62% | 2019 -21.06% | 2020 +51.25% | 2021 +63.23% | 2022 +4.35% | 2023 to 30/9 +74.86%

Sprott Uranium Miners: Five year figures unavailable

Yellowcake plc: 2018 n/a | 2019 -12.23% | 2020 +23.88% | 2021 +36.55% | 2022 +10.18% | 2023 to 30/9 +49.49%

All performance figures sourced from Morningstar

Charts sourced from Yahoo Finance as of 12 October ’23.

  1. The Guardian, ‘Era of global boiling has arrived,’ says UN chief as July set to be hottest month on record – 27 July ‘23
  2. Hope Valley Climate Action, London's Burning – climate change is here – 20 July ‘22
  3. The Guardian, Dirty air is the killer poisoning us all while the government just spouts hot air – 25 October ‘19
  4. i News, Nigel Farage is back on the war path - and his anti-lockdown party will give him the platform he desires – 2 November ‘20
  5. Sky News, Key points from Coutts' dossier on Nigel Farage – 28 July ‘23
  6. FT, Court rules UK plan to hit net zero target for emissions too vague – 18 July ‘22
  7. The Guardian, Court rules UK plan to hit net zero target for emissions too vague – 12 January ‘22
  8. Zero Hedge, Globalists Suggest "Finance Shock" And Climate Controls To Launch Their Great Reset – 15 July ‘23
  9. HM Government report, Net Zero Strategy: Build Back Greener – October ‘21
  10. The Guardian, Keir Starmer to ‘throw everything’ at plan to get UK to net zero – 18 June ‘23
  11. The Global Warming Policy Foundation, Achieving Net Zero – 2022
  12. This is Money, The great unwinding: The Bank of England calls time on £895bn money printing blitz as it hikes interest rates from 0.25% to 0.5% - 3 February ‘22
  13. Schroders, What net zero means for inflation – 15 February ‘22
  14. The Telegraph, Net zero and ageing populations risk higher taxes, warns BNP Paribas – 10 September ‘23
  15. BBC News, Climate targets 'may mean higher taxes' – 13 February ‘23
  16. Energy Live News, UK homeowners face jail or £15k fine in Energy Bill crackdown – 3 September ‘23
  17. Gov.uk, UK enshrines new target in law to slash emissions by 78% by 2035 – 20 April ‘21
  18. Dept for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Net Zero: principles for successful behavior change initiatives – October ‘21
  19. The Guardian, Ice-free Arctic in two years heralds methane catastrophe – scientist – 24 July ‘13
  20. The Independent, Gordon Brown: We have fewer than fifty days to save our planet from catastrophe – 20 October ‘09
  21. The Independent, Just 96 months to save world, says Prince Charles – 9 July ‘09
  22. BBC News, UK Parliament declares climate change emergency – 1 May ‘19
  23. Forbes, The Case Of Greta Thunberg’s Deleted Tweet — What Alarmists Need To Hear – 14 July ‘23
  24. The Daily Mail online, Now scientists say climate change is making us BLIND – 6 July ‘23
  25. The Independent, Now scientists say climate change is making us BLIND – 28 July ‘23
  26. The Guardian, London facing 45C days ‘in foreseeable future’, mayor Sadiq Khan warns – 18 September ‘23
  27. Futurism, Scientists Say Atlantic Current Collapse Could Lead to Extreme Cold in Europe and North America – 31 July ‘23
  28. LBC, UK at risk of worsening crime as country faces hotter days that could see increase in sex offences – 16 July ‘23
  29. The Telegraph, Bristol SUVs vandalised to shame owners as 'climate criminals' – 24 April ‘23
  30. House of Commons Library, UK and global emissions and temperature trends – 2 June ‘21
  31. IEA, Global coal demand set to remain at record levels in 2023 – 27 July ‘23
  32. The Guardian, Court orders UK government to explain how net zero policies will reach targets – 18 July ‘22
  33. Client Earth Communications, We’ve won our case against the UK Government’s inadequate net zero strategy – 19 July ‘22
  34. Drill or Drop?, Updated: UK government’s net zero strategy unlawful, court rules – 18 July ‘22
  35. Energy Storage News, Net zero’s missing link: Long duration energy storage – 13 June ‘23
  36. Business Green, 'There are enough resources': Study warns investment urgently needed to avoid critical mineral shortages – 20 July ‘23
  37. Reuters, UK net debt passes 100% of GDP for first time since 1961 – 21 June ‘23
  38. You Tube, Mark Mills: The energy transition delusion: inescapable mineral realities – January ‘23
  39. Manhattan Institute, The “Energy Transition” Delusion: A Reality Reset – 30 August ‘22
  40. Climate Champions, What's the cost of net zero? – 3 November ‘21
  41. IEA, Executive summary – The Role of Critical Minerals in Clean Energy Transitions
  42. Reason.com, Innovation Drives Down the Cost of Powering Electric Cars – March ‘23
  43. I.M3, Mining the 'Climate Crisis' – 9 October ‘23
  44. Zero Hedge, "My Fear Is When Push Finally Comes To Shove" Copper Can Go Up 10 Times, Warns Billionaire Mine-Owner – 27 June ‘23
  45. Institute for Government, Paying for net zero – 1 September ‘21
  46. Client Earth, Historic High Court ruling finds UK government’s climate strategy ‘unlawful’
  47. Atkins Realis – Unprecedented build rate required to decarbonise UK’s energy system by 2035
  48. LBC, Brits face biggest tax burden since World War Two as record drop in household income expected after Budget – 16 March ‘23
  49. IMF Blog Chart of the Week, Fossil Fuel Subsidies Surged to Record $7 Trillion – 24 August ‘23
  50. BBC News, Who are the Uyghurs and why is China being accused of genocide? – 24 May ‘22
  51. The Telegraph, ‘China is harvesting hair and organs from the Uyghurs – it’s a slow-motion genocide’ – 22 May ‘22
  52. CSIS, A Dark Spot for the Solar Energy Industry: Forced Labor in Xinjiang – 19 April ‘21
  53. CBS News, CBS News finds children mining cobalt for batteries in the Congo – 5 March ‘18
  54. The Independent, ‘Here it is better not to be born’: Cobalt mining for Big Tech is driving child labor, deaths in the Congo – 23 February ‘23
  55. Rest of World, As EVs surge, so does nickel mining’s death toll – 27 July ‘23
  56. The Times, Electric cars only greener than petrol after 50,000 miles – 26 November ‘20
  57. Car Dealer Magazine, Electric cars need to be driven 50,000 miles to match carbon footprint of a petrol car, research claims – 27 November ‘20
  58. FT, Companies with good ESG scores pollute as much as low-rated rivals – 31 July ‘23
  59. Gov.uk, New taskforce to support pension scheme engagement with social factors in ESG investing – 15 July ‘22
  60. DW.com, The toxic damage from mining rare elements – 13 April ‘21
  61. Wellcome Collection, The side effects of lithium mining – 23 September ‘21
  62. The Telegraph, SNP admits to felling 16 million trees to develop wind farms in Scotland – 19 July ‘23
  63. The Guardian, One killed as ship carrying 3,000 cars catches fire off Dutch coast – 26 July ‘23
  64. The Telegraph, Britain fires up coal plant as solar panels suffer in hot weather – 13 June ‘23
  65. Free Beacon,  Electric Cars Might Not Even Lower Carbon Emissions, Report Finds – 14 July ‘23
  66. The Spectator Australia, Gone with the wind – July ‘23
  67. The Eco Experts, Heat Pumps vs Gas Boilers: What’s Better? – 20 July ‘23
  68. You Tube, This is Why Heat Pumps May NOT Be The Future
  69. This is Money, How heat pumps leave some homes so cold people are ripping them out – and even happy owners urge caution: Is the plan to replace our boilers wise? – 12 March ‘23
  70. The Telegraph, ‘Help! A heat pump is proving no match for my brick bungalow icebox’ – 27 July ‘23
  71. CNN Business, China approved equivalent of two new coal plants a week in 2022, report finds – 27 February ‘23
  72. Visual Capitalist, Visualizing China’s Dominance in the Solar Panel Supply Chain – 30 August ‘22
  73. IEA, Global Supply Chains of EV Batteries – July ‘22
  74. European Parliamentary Research Service, Securing the EU's supply of critical raw materials – July ‘22
  75. The Telegraph, China ‘will use electric cars to spy on Britain’ – 25 August ‘23
  76. BBC News, ULEZ: Charges and fines raised nine-figure sum in 2022 – 13 June ‘23
  77. Reddit, Noticed this attached to the ULEZ camera round the front of our garden centre – August ‘23
  78. Sadiq Khan to stand by Ulez after Starmer’s stark warning over Uxbridge defeat – July ‘23
  79. The Guardian, Ulez just the start and similar scheme needed for buildings, experts warn – 6 August ‘23
  80. BBC News, Petrol and diesel car ban immovable, says Michael Gove – 25 July ‘23
  81. TransportXtra, Every airport and port must close for climate – academics – 20 December ‘19
  82. UK FIRES, Absolute Zero – 29 November ‘19
  83. Irish Examiner, Why we should ration the distance each person can fly every year – 20 June ‘23
  84. i News, Scientists hope to feed primary school children edible insects to make the UK greener – 30 May ‘22
  85. London Evening Standard, UK must cut meat and dairy consumption by half to meet 2050 net zero emissions target, says report – 10 March ‘20
  86. Catapult Energy Systems, Innovating to Net Zero – March ‘20
  87. Policy Mogul, Labour’s Electric Vehicle plan will power £30bn in growth, as party warns Britain ‘losing the race’ under the Conservatives
  88. Gov.uk, £56 million of public and industry funding electrifies charge point plans across the country – 21 February ‘23
  89. Atlas EV Hub $210 Billion of Announced Investments in Electric Vehicle Manufacturing Headed for the U.S. – 12 January ‘23
  90. Motor Finance Online, Global EV sales to quadruple by 2030: Morningstar – 2 June ‘23
  91. The Express, North Sea boost as energy giant says oil and gas crucial to keep lights on for decades – 31 January ‘23
  92. The Telegraph, This Government's energy policy will keep the lights on, heat our homes - and bring down your bills – 1 August ‘23
  93. Forbes, Unreliable Nature Of Solar And Wind Makes Electricity More Expensive, New Study Finds – 22 April ‘19
  94. The Telegraph, The wind and solar power myth has finally been exposed – 10 May ‘23
  95. The Oil and Gas Journal,  Oil and gas investments to hit $628 billion in 2022, led by upstream gas and LNG
  96. AP News, Britain approves new North Sea oil drilling in welcome news for the industry but not activists – 27 September ‘23
  97. Forbes – US oil companies have increased by 60% in one year – 27 March ’22
  98. OilPrice.com, IMF: Saudi Arabia Needs Oil Prices At $80.90 To Balance Budget – 3 May ‘23
  99. Mint, NEOM: All you need to know about Saudi Arabia's futuristic city without roads and cars – 20 February ‘23
  100. Oilprice.com, Saudi Arabia Likely To Extend Oil Production Cuts – 26 July ‘23
  101. Oilprice.com, Saudi Arabia Hikes Oil Prices To Asia – 6 July ‘23
  102. CNN Business, Saudi Arabia needs more than higher oil prices to fund its grand plans – 6 June ‘23
  103. Schroders, Nuclear power: a viable option in an energy transition? – 8 August ‘23
  104. Global X, Six Quick Updates on Global Nuclear Power Growth – 3 March ‘23
  105. Global X, Top Uranium And Nuclear Energy Updates: Q2 2023 – 29 August
  106. The Daily Sceptic, Oxford County Councillors to Introduce Trial Climate Lockdown in 2024 – 5 December ‘22
  107. Wall Street Journal – ‘Net Zero’ will mean a mining boom – 12 April ‘23
  108. No Tricks Zone, Tough Mobility Restrictions Coming Soon “Like It Or Not”: Oxford Proposes “15 Minute Nieghborhoods” – 21 December ‘22
  109. Gov.uk, PM speech on Net Zero - 20 September ‘23
  110. World Economic Forum, German Chancellor Scholz Lays Out Roadmap to Climate Neutrality by 2045 – 18 January ‘23
  111. Whole Grain Digital, The government's withdrawn Net Zero report shows where businesses can lead – 17 November ‘21