This is a great piece written by James Delingpole. He questions the morality of installing wind turbines. Would the same people, who blithely sign up for the rewards with no thought to the impact on their neighbours or the landscape, also buy blood diamonds and support child pornography? I have little doubt there are apologists for both but they are still, to the majority of us, morally repugnant. Click here for the full Spectator Story.
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