Archive for November 16, 2012

Ever wonder how a Province such as Ontario could be ripped apart in just 3+ years by allowing an Industry such as Wind Turbine Development to run rampant with literally zero oversight by a Government which has basically dismantled every single institution Ontario once held sacred, like Democracy and endangered species legislation, in order to further the agenda of Making Money Off The Tax Payers Sweat!!!

We are not alone. This is a world-wide phenomenon which actually makes one wonder even more how entrenched this disgusting corrupt and dishonourable industry has embedded itself within the day to day of modern Government!

“There’s something rotten in Denmark”!

Opinion | The myth of Denmark as a corruption-free country

Peter Rørdam
November 16, 2012 – 09:02

It’s a widely held conception that Denmark is one of the world’s least corrupt countries. The message is always warmly received, but this isn’t the same as saying that Denmark is free of corruption.

Wind power’s future is on the horizon, but people living near wind turbines themselves wish they were over the horizon (Photo: Colourbox)

I’m not qualified to speak about corruption in general, but there is one area in which I do have an in-depth knowledge: wind power – which is an industry that has managed to thoroughly corrupt the political system.

The law approving construction of a test centre of large land-based wind turbines near the Jutland town of Østerild was forced through parliament despite warnings about the effects it would have on the natural environment in the area and its impact on residents. The bill was able to make its way through parliament thanks to a complete manipulation of the facts – both by keeping some information under wraps, and by directly misinforming people.

But it wasn’t parliament that was misled. Members of parliament that voted for the law were fully aware of the truth, yet they turned a blind eye so the law could be passed. It was, in fact, voters who were tricked into thinking that they had been told the whole truth.

The only thing that matters for wind turbine makers is money. You can wonder why law makers would play along with their game, but as soon as they threatened to move jobs abroad they did as they were told.

Laying out all the details of this situation would require more space than is available here, but for those that read Danish, Peter Skeel Hjort’s book ‘Besat af wind’ (Obsessed by the wind) provides a harrowing look into of the industry and the political system.

Collaboration between the industry and lawmakers didn’t stop with the approval of the test centre. Since then, there has been a flood of complaints from people who were unfortunate enough to find themselves living next to large land-based wind turbines elsewhere. The effects, which are well documented, can cause illness and render properties uninhabitable. Their complaints, however, are normally rejected by the authorities, who maintain that living close to wind turbines is not associated with any detrimental effects.


Why does a publicly funded media giant like CBC promote a dam that is being built within the small town of Marmora by a “politically hooked up” company called Northland Power to try and demonstrate what a “pumped storage facility looks like. Of course this is the answer the “Wind and Solar rip off artists” have suggested will solve the electrical storage of Wind and Solar that doesn’t exist as yet.

This video is mostly in French so it won’t make much sense to most english only residents but the only english being spoken is by a Northland rep and the Mayor of Marmora along with some “connected residents” who say this will showcase the pumped storage concept in lock step with McGuinty’s Greed Energy Plan!

Again………why are our dollars funding a media outlet that is doing it’s best to destroy a small town and put it’s residents in harms way?


CBC’s video (salespitch) for Northland’s “Pumped Storage” green $$$ grab”!

Explanation from Marmora’s fight to save their town from being washed away!:


A Volunteer Support Site for Distressed Un-Citizens of Marmora & Lake

I know it’s tough for parents today who have to go and work so hard they can hardly hold their eyes open on the long way home every night after a 10 hour day to pay their mortgages and heat and food bills, but is that an excuse to literally abandon your children to a group of strangers who couldn’t give a damn about your offspring?

In this “brave New World” where it has become socially acceptable” to drag your kids off to a “day care” centre every morning even though they scream and act out their disagreement with being ripped out of their mother’s arms by a stranger who will make sure that “little one” will learn to be subservient, docile and quite literally, OBEDIENT, one way or another!

Now we learn that schools have installed “calming rooms” as they call them where a child who has disrupted a classroom can be hauled into, locked up and allowed to “chill out” before being allowed back into the “structured, peaceful, learning centre”.

Back in our day if we were disruptive and caught upsetting the classroom we were told to leave the room and sit in the chair in the hallway outside the classroom until that class was over.

You say this is harsh and a child shouldn’t be subjected to “public display” of shame because they did something wrong? Yet you would allow your child to be locked away in a padded room like someone consigned to and old fashioned Asylum?

If you do think this is quite right and the way to go, then one can only feel sorry for you when your child reaches their teen age years and turns out to be one helluva rebellious youth who hates adults and will surely turn on you like you turned on them when you “abandoned them to the fools we call modern teachers” today!

Barrie parents irate as school puts boy in “padded cell”

Published on Friday November 16, 2012
Hayley McBride’s 4-year-old son, Casper, shows his mother the padded “calming room” at his school in Barrie. Aaron Harris for The Star

A Barrie mother says log books from her son’s school show he was disciplined by being sent to an empty, four-by-four foot room with grey padded walls and flooring three times without her knowledge or permission — something that would violate school board policy.

Hayley McBride’s 4-year-old son, Casper, showed her the room — officially called a “calming room” — on Tuesday at Portage View Public School in Barrie, where he attends junior kindergarten.

Casper took her to an unmarked door in a corner of the school during an impromptu tour. Inside was a small padded room about the size of a custodial closet, with yellow stains on the padding. She said it was completely silent inside, with only two balls — a red one and an orange one — as toys.

“They throw me in here,” Casper told his mother.

The only window is on the door and Casper isn’t tall enough to see out of it.

“I was absolutely appalled. I felt like we were in some sociology experiment,” McBride said.

Neither Peter Gumbrell, Simcoe County District School Board principal of special education, nor Portage View principal Peter McKenna would comment on why Casper may have been sent to the room without his mother’s knowledge or permission, citing privacy issues.

Gumbrell said calming rooms are part of a well-accepted and successful strategy to help students de-escalate themselves before they pose a risk to themselves and others, and they can be found in about half of the board’s schools.

“(The calming room is) not something we hide. It’s not a big secret,” McKenna said.

“I’m sure not every parent would maybe necessarily know that it exists. But the parents whose children would be accessing it would definitely know through the safety plan and through the (individual education plan).”