Salmond’s Great Wind Farm Rip-Off – Sunday Post

A Fool's Paradise

A Fool’s Paradise

The truth has dawned on the Press and Media and the story is out. In time the urban masses will come to understand what their rural cousins have been telling them for some time. That Wind is a political ‘stramash’ that the SNP have jumped into with a crazy belief that industrialisation of the Highlands will bring Scotland un-imaginable wealth and prosperity. That the turbines are built elsewhere, that the high value jobs are exported to other european nations and that our own £11 billion Tourist industry is endangered is simply to them an inconvenient truth. Bit like joining the EU, the Pound, the Oil Industry and the Scottish Banks. When we see our beautiful scenery, our mountains and Glens, our birch, larch and Scots Pine, They see an opportunity to prostitute themselves to foreign carpetbaggers. The Scottish Government quote that wind has been pivotal in securing 12,000 jobs but evidence points to no more than 2000 Scottish jobs. Disinformation or an outright lie. Like so much of the diatribe that emanates from Scottish Government on wind it can probably be traced back to the spin doctors of  Scottish Renewables as all questions on detail of Scottish Ministers pronouncements tend to revert there. The Sunday Post article is here. ENJOY!

And just a little story to warm the cockles of your heart and prove how generous wind farm developers are to the little people that they step on on the way to their riches. From the Express and I hope that the Minister will enjoy this as it is surely a story of a man after his own heart. Click Here What she had,  had she realised it and her solicitor advised her properly’ was effectively a ransom strip. The money that she was due would have made a great difference to her life for pennies for the developer.


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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