There's a new trend that's catching on in Europe:
Europeans seem to be getting tired of global warming alarmism. Skepticism of man-made warming from greenhouse gas emissions seems to be a growing trend in Europe.
The price of alarmism has simply grown too great for many, and governments are beginning to see a backlash; this has become especially pronounced as more people become aware of the fact that while ground-based measurements at Goddard and the University of East Anglica (both run by committed alarmists) are used by governments to "prove" the existence of man-made global warming, with 2014 allegedly the hottest on record, satellite measurements completely disagree. And the satellites don't bring an ideological bias into play. Even Europeans are beginning to rebel.
Electricity in Germany has gotten so expensive that media outlets call it a “luxury good.” Power prices have gotten so expensive that the Economic Council of the Christian Democratic Party (CDU) says the country’s global warming targets go too far.
Yeah, when electricity is characterized as a luxury, it's safe to conclude that things have got a wee bit out of hand. Even the most tolerant of people can only be pushed so far.