Turbine Blade Blown onto Day Care Centre

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This Turbine Blade hit a child day care centre in Oaklahoma. The children’s cycles in the foreground are a poignant reminder that we leave our children in the care of local authorities who have paid scant regard to their safety in the placement of wind turbines on school premises. Many teachers have been complicit in this such is their dogmatic pursuit of the Green Mantra. That this is the result of a tornado is pretty irrelevant as it proves that whatever maintenance regime is followed, catastrophic blade failure can be caused by high winds and freak weather conditions. In The Highlands and especially Caithness and the North West it is not unknown for us to experience extreme weather! Only Mr. Dodds, Rob Gibson MSP and some Highland Councillors seem unaware of that! But then when you consider where their heads normally are it is not that much a surprise.

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About Dougal Quixote

Slightly mad. Always believes a cup is half full so continues to tilt at Wind Turbines and the politicians that seem to believe it is their god given right to ruin Scotland for a pot of fool's gold.
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One Response to Turbine Blade Blown onto Day Care Centre

  1. Brenda says:

    Rob Gibson has just stated this in the local Caithness newspaper:
    Back home negative local headlines make unfounded claims by a clique of campaigners that most people want nuclear power and that school-based turbines should be turned off.

    That’s how much he cares for his constituents.

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