WIND EROSION

The people of Wales don’t want windfarms and the associated forests of pylons. The economics of windfarms are those of the madhouse. But we now have a ruling class that – in greedy pursuit of their own self interest, energy taxes and subsidies, and driven by eco-potty ideology – are hell-bent on ruining the countryside of Wales. The people protest, the Welsh Assembly, aided an abetted by the Cleggerons, sticks two big fingers up at them. The BBC, as usual, busts a gut to make the protestors seem like unreasonable Luddites. Note the acres given to the government position – basically, that Welsh people have to put up with whatever is decreed in the mad pursuit of “renewables” – and the total absence of the arguments against these monstrosities. Such protests in Wales may not seem mainstream, but the drive to green energy is tyranny at its worst, and the BBC is totally complicit in the erosion of our fundamental rights.

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18 Responses to WIND EROSION

  1. thespecialone says:

    This was a good protest by the people who can clearly see that their beautiful countryside will be decimated by the proposals. Of course, the MPs in Westminster or Cardiff will not listen. They don’t care as they have their agenda; to browbeat the people into accepting what the EU says. How dare the BBC or Greenpeace or WWF or MPs say they care about the environment. No they don’t. Bastards.

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  2. Woodsy42 says:

    The windmills are an important part of the senario. In order to make people behave and feel inferior when bullied it is important to have a constant reminder of their defeat and powerlessness. Why else would every public place need a no smoking sign, except as a permanent taunt to the oppressed? Prominent windmills serve the same purpose in denormalising dissent about the renewables scam.

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  3. cjhartnett says:

    So Wales is no longer going to be Britains biggest reservoir-but is now going to let Tomorrows World rejects to make it our biggest kite as well!
    For Gods sake Wales…if you don`t harness Charles ears and get them flapping, then you`re missing a trick!
    Get some backbone-day trip to slimeball Salmond if you must-but for Gods sake, tell Huhne and your equivalent  shallow men to “f**k off”.
    Forget the cottages and leave the matches at home( we`re aware of the emissions now!)…turn their holiday homes into wind tunnels!

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  4. PacificRising says:

    To put a positive spin on it, this will give Wales an opportunity to contribute to the UK economy. 
    OTOH, where is the hardware being made?

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  5. David Preiser (USA) says:

    Obviously these proles haven’t been watching Windfarm Wars all week.  Otherwise they’d know that they must bend over and accept it without question.

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  6. London Calling says:

    The only way I would support a Welsh wind turbine is if it had Neil and Glenys Kinnock strapped to the rotor blades.

    In the event the wind fell, Neil could talk about what a good job he did at at the EU clamping down on fraud, by sacking his auditor. Then Glenys could talk about what she acheived in return for the quarter million pound salary she was paid. I’m sure that pair of Welsh Windbags could keep the rotors turning indefinitely.

    Renewable indeed.

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  7. The Cattle Prod of Destiny says:

    Every MW generated by renewables requires an equivalent on standby.  Normally the grid keeps a few MW unsynced with the network in case a coal hopper gets jammed up or a conveyer belt fails.  With coal, gas and oil there is generally only a need for a few MW of cover for the whole UK as a carbon-based generator rarely fails.

    The wind in the UK is neither strong nor constant so EVERY MW of wind generated power requires a standby MW in case the wind drops (or, rarely, gets too strong).

    Where is the sense of putting tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere in order to cover for an unreliable generator designed to save CO2 emissions?

    It’s not rocket science … it’s wind religeon. :(

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    • David Preiser (USA) says:

      Exactly.  Plus they generally need the real estate of African elephants for a farm to function at reasonable (for turbines) efficiency.  All of Wales would have to be covered in the things to provide substantial power.

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  8. John Horne Tooke says:

    Are they just putting up these white elephants in areas where they don’t get any support?

    Labour put them in the same areas, but then most people who vote Labour will vote for them even if they shot all the first born in Newcastle.

    The eco-nut “conservatives” can do it with no effect on their share of the vote. Where is Friends of the Earth? Do they really think that devestating miles and miles of countryside is environmentaly acceptable?

    Conservative from “to conserve” = “To protect from loss or harm”

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    • Derek Buxton says:

      It merely shows the sheer hypocracy of all the “green” criminals.  The land on which the wind farms are built will be almost immpossible to recover, the access roads  hard standings for lifting gear and above all the re-inforced concrete blocks sunk in the earth for the pylons to stand on.  All together it will ruin the land for ever, some conservatiion?

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  9. John Anderson says:

    In revolutionary France the cry was “a la lanterne” – string them up on the lamppost.   I’d love to hear the call “to the wind turbines” – string them up and spin them round on  the monstrosities they are foisting on the beautiful countryside of Britain.

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  10. Grant says:

    A report in today’s Telegraph shows that Government figures indicate that the uK is much less windy in recent years than in the past. No doubt an excuse to build even more windfarms. These people are quite insane. 

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  11. Roland Deschain says:

    And now the German government has voted to decommission all nuclear power stations within the next ten years or so.  Never was the phrase “the lunatics have taken over the asylum” so appropriate.

    Not that I’ve heard much serious analysis on the BBC as to exactly how this generating capacity might be replaced.

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    • Natsman says:

      I would imagine they’ll just send the stormtroopers in to France, Poland and The Czech Republic, and nick it, like they did before…

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  12. DP111 says:

    The Real Agenda

    In theory, all the greenery coming out of our provincial government and the EU – like carbon credits – is intended to bring down “carbon” emissions, and thus save the planet. That governments make money out of the measures is just coincidental.

    And if you believe that one, the latestReuters report will come as a bit of a shock. It tells us that the EU’s carbon credit market could be flooded with excess permits over the next decade, cutting prices in half and depriving governments of billions in budgeted revenues.

    Read more

    http://eureferendum.blogspot.com/2011/05/agenda-revealed.html

    It was always about raising taxes. That is why money was provided to labs that would provide the “right” answer (The EU way). Once the required result was given by the so-called sciewntists – the science debate was over.  

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