Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Waikato Times letter of the week #82

From the edition of Wednesday 18 October. As always, spelling, punctuation, grammar and logic are exactly as printed in the Waikato Times.
Remove limitations
Is it to do with something that in this country incredible limitations are placed upon students in schools and universities?
The terms of doctrinal demands to fit within hard and set limits, universal. To solve these problems would be an education in itself. Society can encourage exploration and excellence to feel the freedom of peace where others can understand the way we see.
We see things now in a modern context way, dictatorships and social subjection are outmoded concepts. It is for society to decide how they are ended. Replaced with organisations created by those with the wit and philosophy to allow people the gift of enjoying life.
Peter J N Garland

Saturday, October 7, 2017

Economist letter of the week

Breezy rhetoric
You stated that Britain remains the world leader in offshore wind power (“Hull of a wind behind it”, September 16th). That would be contested by the Danes and the Germans who supply Britain with the turbines, the Italians who make the cables, the French who provide everything but the turbines, and the Dutch who install them. The subsidy, however, is 100% British.
Ely, Cambridgeshire