Finally the Wind Industry is condemned for what it really is: “CORRUPT”!

Posted: November 19, 2012 in Uncategorized

Anyone who has delved into Wind Turbine development by so-called “Green Environmentalists” have found out very quickly that it “stinks to high heaven with lies, false claims and devious strategies” being employed by eco-zealots to sell this false and destructive agenda to the people of the world!

Politicians “glommed” unto the sales pitch that Wind was good, green and free renewable energy that would replace Fossil fuelled electrical generation.

Quick to promote anything that smacked of “sustainability and alternate energy” most politicians bought into the Enron-esque SCAM and subsidized the hell out of it with OUR hard earned tax dollars.

The reality of this energy scam is just now being realized with dozens of stories daily about the harm they are doing to people, lands and countries in both health and financial destruction.

To continue on this corrupt and downward path we’ve all been forced to endure is not only criminal but very dishonourable for politicians to prolong!

We now see a desperate and unrelenting outcry from eco-zealots and green lobby groups who are in dire straights to lose their place in line at the tax payer’s trough!

People like Al Gore and others called “charities” like the Suzuki Foundation are playing their last hand in this poker game of a parasitic industry that will go down in history as one of the most corrupt and dark periods in our modern age!

Big Wind: the most corrupt and corrupting industry in the world

November 19th, 2012

There’s an excellent article in the Copenhagen Post which I’m going to reprint here in full. It’s by a retired high court judge called Peter Rørdam. I’m reprinting it because apart from the place names, every last detail applies to the UK wind industry too. And – from what I’ve seen personally – the Australian one. And the US and Canadian ones as well.

The reason the industry is so corrupt is quite simply that without the lies it tells as a matter of course and without the cosy stitch-ups it arranges with regulators and politicians at taxpayers’ expense, it simply would not exist. Take the noise regulations which are currently the subject of an enquiry by the Institute of Acoustics. The reason these noise regulations so badly need re-examining is that the original parameters for noise limits were set by people working for the wind industry with a vested interest in making it as easy as possible for wind farms to be built in as many places as possible. They make no allowance whatsoever for the damage to human health now known to be caused by Low Frequency Noise which – hey guess, what? – isn’t even measured by the tame acoustics experts who work on behalf of the wind developers because the system has been rigged so they don’t have to.

It’s entirely possible that this corrupt system will continue to be rigged with the connivance of politicians. A report in today’s Telegraph suggests that the green activists who staff DECC may have fixed in advance the results of a new enquiry by the Institute of Acoustics by setting it worthless parameters.

Richard Perkins, Vice President of the Institute of Acoustics and chairman of the working group looking at the guidance, insisted the new guidance would tighten up the rules so that only wind farms in the right places are given planning permission.

He said current noise levels are a matter for the Government, and were outside the working group’s terms of reference.

In other words, it looks like this enquiry has been asked to overlook the very area which it should be studying most closely.

If this sounds like the kind of shabby behaviour you’d more closely associate with communist states and third world kleptocracies than sophisticated Western economies, think again. It’s rife across the Western world, as this article by a former Danish high court judge illustrates.

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.

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 siltation 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.

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James Delingpole

James Delingpole is a writer, journalist and broadcaster who is right about everything. He is the author of numerous fantastically entertaining books, including his most recent work Watermelons: How the Environmentalists are Killing the Planet, Destroying the Economy and Stealing Your Children’s Future, also available in the US, and in Australia as Killing the Earth to Save It. His website is www.jamesdelingpole.com.

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