ULEZ Fightback: Multiple London Boroughs Begin Their Rebellion

Multiple London boroughs are joining the ULEZ fightback. Perhaps not all councils are completely useless?

Will the ULEZ expansion be successful? With the government waving its authoritarian finger again it appears resistance is growing.

Sutton council lead the way with this statement:

“We are taking this step to send a strong signal to the mayor that he must start listening to local people. Though the mayor… may attempt to force this unpopular decision on the residents of Sutton, we are clear that would be the wrong thing to do.

“Sutton does not have the public transport links other boroughs rely on, like Tube and overground services. Instead, people here need cars to get around.

The pushback against The Climate Con and further restrictions to our freedom extends outside of Oxford which had a recent day of action as well as fierce resistance from locals with its not just ULEZ (ultra low emission zone) but ZEZ (zero emission zone).

To have councils standing up against Sadiq and net zero madness is a positive sign, not all the resistance will come from activists on this one it seems.

Harrow, Hillingdon, Bromley & Bexley Write A Joint Statement In Opposition To ULEZ Expansion

It appears mainstream media is attempting a clever form of damage control with only the fightback from Sutton making headlines.

Further research shows that Sutton is not alone in the ULEZ fightback. Here follows a statement from Harrow council:

“Our growing coalition of London councils are not satisfied with the justification for the expansion and remain strongly opposed to it. Until we have seen compelling evidence to the contrary, it remains our position that this scheme will not translate successfully to outer London and the negative impact to local households and economies will far outweigh the negligible air quality benefits.”

If we attack tactically and smartly from every angle, the net zero, great reset will completely flop and every proponent of it will lose all credibility. They really have gone all in on this.

Imagine having one great reset failed and then trying to pitch another? Ok, this time it will be the ‘greatest reset’!?

With the recent Davos meeting we can see that they have no intention of reducing their carbon footprint with over 1000 private jets flying in. They just want you to reduce your Co2. But in a recent interview with Gregory Wrightstone from the Co2 Coalition we find out that Co2 is actually really beneficial for our environment and we want a lot more of it!

Education is a brilliant tool in our fight against The Climate Con.

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7 thoughts on “ULEZ Fightback: Multiple London Boroughs Begin Their Rebellion”

  1. I’m so happy about this I can’t tell you 🙏🏻. I’ve tried to be very vocal about it.
    You can rely on my support with any proposals.
    As a Londoner I lived in London when the con-gestion charge was initially implemented. But at least it wasn’t 24/7.
    I couldn’t believe that people didn’t push back and mine was a lone voice.
    Subsequently we’ve had more and more restrictions to the original road layout, plus ULEZ introduction and expansions, and low traffic neighbourhoods. I’m done with it!
    I’ve moved to Warwickshire since, but still work in London and drive to various locations to do my job. I carry ladders etc and can’t get around on public transport.
    I’m wholly in support and welcome this news.
    My fitter yesterday took 20 minutes to get 100 yards! We can’t function as a business with this tomfoolery going on.

  2. Well said Albert.
    I really hope that more will have the courage to stand up against the lies and tyranny we face.

    From A World Split Apart, Harvard Commencement Address, 1978

    “A decline in courage may be the most striking feature that an outside observer notices in the West today. The Western world has lost its civic courage, both as a whole and separately, in each country, in each government, in each political party, and of course, in the United Nations. Such a decline in courage is particularly noticeable among the ruling and intellectual elites, causing an impression of a loss of courage by the entire society. There remain many courageous individuals, but they have no determining influence on public life.”


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  4. IT WON’T BE ENOUGH. People need to understand that if they don’t destroy the surveillance infrastructure we will be living in open air jails everywhere by 2030.

    Just have a look at ho they do in Europe (Italy, France, Spain, Germany) and think how disruptive and costly it is for the fascists in power just to stop it and maintain their surveillance agenda:


    One price of surveillance equipment is going down per day (cameras, 5G, CCTV, etc..) and they mostly censor it because they are afraid.

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