Wind Turbine development is a “crime against humanity and wildlife”!

Posted: August 23, 2012 in Uncategorized

Now that the true nature of Wind Turbine development is becoming “mainstream news” and the reality of this trumped up “clean green generation” is being exposed as just another massive political ponzi scheme, leaders world-wide are now being accused of criminal acts that affect humanity and wildlife alike.

Once committed to this “green religious zealotry” it seems there is no way out for political leaders short of escaping to a desert island.

Instead of doing the “right thing” and placing a complete moratorium on all development at once until a complete public review is concluded, these  committed tyrants are pushing ahead against all the negative tales flowing in hourly to newsrooms around the world. Don’t expect any mainstream news organization to report the real consequences of the damaging effects these monsters have had on humans and wildlife, but for real stories the public has had to turn to the blogosphere which does a pretty good job in discussing this topic without any political bias.

David Cameron’s greatest crime

By  Environment Last updated: August 21st, 2012

Catesby, Northants: under threat

Apparently David Cameron is sometimes wont to ask: “Why does James Delingpole hate me so much?”

It’s a fair question: we used to be friends after all. And if I’m honest I wish we still were. Life would be so much easier and more fun if I were part of the Prime Minister’s inner circle: all those weekends at Chequers; all the hanging out with Jeremy Clarkson and the other groovesters of the Chipping Norton ‘n’ Witney set; all that material I’d be given for the eventual Authorised Biography.

Problem is, if there’s one thing I value even more than the friendships I made at Oxford it’s the British countryside. That’s why I’ve just moved into the thick of it, into a most especially beautiful part of rural Northamptonshire. So far I’ve loved every moment of it: the long walks down the Jurassic Way; the wild swims in the lake; the rabbits on the lawn, the deer in the woods, the owl hooting at night…

But there’s a snake in the Garden and almost everyone who lives in the country knows what it is and fears it like the Devil. I’m talking, of course, about the wind farm menace.

It divides once-happy communities; it blights cherished views; it wipes between 25 per cent and 50 per cent off property values; it causes insomnia, depression, palpitations, anxiety, sickness of all kinds; it enriches the cynical, greedy few at the expense of the many; it drives up energy prices; it kills birdlife and bats; it destroys jobs (creating only fake, taxpayer-subsidised ones), it does nothing whatsoever to benefit the environment, let alone arrest “climate change.”

That such a hideous menace could be allowed to stalk the land under a New Labour administration I could just about understand. But under a Conservative prime minister? Never! Or so one might reasonably have thought.

Wind farms, after all, are antithetical to pretty much every one of conservatism’s most basic principles.

They trample on property rights, stealing homeowners’ tranquillity and the value of their single most important investment, with not a scrap of apparent guilt or compunction, let alone compensation.

They place collectivism – and a peculiarly bastardised, ill-considered, ill-justified collectivism at that – before individual self-determination and liberty.

They pervert the free market, whose successful operation Britain so desperately needs if it is ever to crawl out of this (largely state-created) depression. Scarce resources are diverted from the productive sector of the economy into an industry which no one, save a few rent-seeking parasites and environmental zealots, wants or needs – and which would never survive without massive subsidy because it has no real economic value.

They are the antithesis of the commonsense, empiricism and pragmatism which are at the root of conservative tradition. Wind farms don’t work. They’re expensive. They’re unpopular. There is no evidence that they offer any benefit to the country whatsoever. So what conservative in his right mind would insist on building more of them with money we haven’t got?

Sure wind farms aren’t the only problem with David Cameron’s administration. But it seems to me that of all the legacies his Coalition is set to leave Britain, wind farms will turn out to be the longest-lasting, most destructive and disastrous.

What’s extraordinary is that so few in the Westminster bubble seem to appreciate just how much harm is being done to Britain’s most priceless asset: her countryside. With the odd notable exception such as Chris Heaton Harris MP almost no one in the Tory party is speaking out against perhaps the greatest crime perpetrated against the people of the country since the Enclosure acts. Worse, not a few Tory MPs – led by troughers-in-chief Tim Yeo MP and the possibly even more loathsome Lord Deben (formerly John Gummer) – are actively complicit in this “renewable” energy scam.


  1. Hi I need your help please. Currently a proposal for 70-80 131m tall turbines at Mt Emerald very close to my home in Walkamin, North Queensland AUstralia. We have rich abundant wildlife especially birds and quolls. Surrounding the mountain are some of the best farms in Australia 26000 acres which are aerial sprayed and will not be able to continue if the turbines go up. Please go to my website and sign both my petitions and forward on to anyone else. I am sending you a S.O.S. on behalf of the wildlife, business and residents.

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