Sierra Club knows “no bounds” on it’s BS!

Posted: May 17, 2012 in Uncategorized

Sierra Club should be very wary of their status as a “charity” in light of David Suzuki’s latest wrap on his knuckles for getting involved in things that a charitable organization can and cannot do!

When an Industry as controversial as the Wind Industry is being exposed as an “Economy Killer” like it has in Germany, Spain, England and many other countries that have had decades of this Scam rammed down their collective throats is being PROMOTED by a “cahritable” organization like Sierra Club, red flags go up like a standing ovation at a baseball game!

Here we see a push for donations from the very well heeld Sierra Club to send in money so that they can afford to place “advertisements in newspapers” telling people the “Real Truth about Wind Energy”!

It would be noble of these people if the TRUTH was really the TRUTH instead of a gobbly gook pile of BS generated by Wind Investors and Wind Lobby groups!

Instead it is an out and out ATTACK on simple hard working honest citizens who are losing their homes, health and economic futures trying to farm, live and enjoy what Ontario used to be .“a Place to Live..a Place to Grow”.

There are literally years of research and thousands of reoprts all proving that Wind Energy is neither Green or usefull. In fact Wind Energy produces literally NO GREEN POWER that can be used by anyone. It’s only producing massive debt and increasingly massive returns on investment to a very small and greedy corporate group of people who should be held accountable on how they are intentionally ruing the Economy of Ontario!

Instead of allowing schemes like this to continue unabated, there has to be a an inquiry by a Government body into why this organization should still be considered a Charity!

After you read the following then go to the bottom and see the REALITY to what Wind Energy will do to a country’s Economy! Complete failure!!!!

Here’s their request for Funding to advertise their fake report called:

The REAL truth about wind energy

Download the new report:
Get the real truth about wind energy

Belleville Intelligencer, July 2011:
Base wind debate on “facts, not fear”

Media Release, June 2011:
Time to confront the anti-wind fear campaign

Ottawa Citizen, June 2011:
Science doesn’t back ‘campaign of fear’ on wind power,
Sierra Club argues

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Green Energy will be the death of our Economies!

As if just making people sick, killing wildlife and destroying land and towns wasn’t bad enough with the Wind Turbine and Solar madness that Governments like ours has embraced, here is the REALITY of what is ahead of us!


Lawrence Solomon: Green power failure

May 11, 2012 FP Comment


A wind farm in the U.K., which now has 12 million people living in fuel poverty.

Climate mania impoverishes electricity customers worldwide

Global-warming-related catastrophes are increasingly hitting vulnerable populations around the world, with one species in particular danger: the electricity ratepayer. In Canada, in the U.K., in Spain, in Denmark, in Germany and elsewhere the danger to ratepayers is especially great, but ratepayers in one country — the U.S. — seem to have weathered the worst of the disaster.

America’s secret? Unlike leaders in other countries, which to their countries’ ruin adopted policies as if global warming mattered, U.S. leaders more paid lip service to it. While citizens in other countries are now seeing soaring power rates, American householders can look forward to declining rates.

The North American exemplar of acting on the perceived threat of global warming is Ontario, which dismantled one of the continent’s finest fleets of coal plants in pursuit of becoming a green leader. Then, to induce developers to build uneconomic renewable energy facilities, the Ontario government paid them as much as 80 times the market rate for power. The result is power prices that rose rapidly (about 50% since 2005) and will continue to do so: Ontarians can expect power prices that are 46% higher over the next five years, according to a 2010 Ontario government estimate, and more than 100% higher according to independent estimates. The rest of Canada may not fare much better — the National Energy Board forecasts power prices 42% higher by 2035, while some estimates have Canadian power prices 50% higher by 2020.

The story throughout much of Europe is similar. Denmark, an early adopter of the global-warming mania, now requires its households to pay the developed world’s highest power prices — about 40¢ a kilowatt hour, or three to four times what North Americans pay today. Germany, whose powerhouse economy gave green developers a blank cheque, is a close second, followed by other politically correct nations such as Belgium, the headquarters of the EU, and distressed nations such as Spain.

The result is chaos to the economic well-being of the EU nations. Even in rock-solid Germany, up to 15% of the populace is now believed to be in “fuel poverty” — defined by governments as needing to spend more than 10% of the total household income on electricity and gas. Some 600,000 low-income Germans are now being cut off by their power companies annually, a number expected to increase as a never-ending stream of global-warming projects in the pipeline wallops customers. In the U.K., which has laboured under the most politically correct climate leadership in the world, some 12 million people are already in fuel poverty, 900,000 of them in wind-infested Scotland alone, and the U.K. has now entered a double-dip recession.

The U.S., in contrast, will see power rates decline starting next year, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, dropping by more than 22% by the end of the decade and then staying flat to 2035. Why the fall? Mainly because the U.S. will rely overwhelmingly on fossil fuels in the years ahead, not just coal, which dominates the current power system, but increasingly natural gas, which is expected to account for 60% of all new generating capacity in the future. Thanks to fracking, the U.S. effectively has limitless amounts of inexpensive natural gas to add to its limitless coal.

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