Monthly Archives: March 2014

Bonfire of Insanities!

  As we fight for our Forests, our hills and our Glens vested interests destroy other lands to help the UK comply with a stupid and political target signed by a foolish Prime Minister much to the horror of his … Continue reading

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What do you need to do before they understand the word NO!

ABO talked about working with the Community with regard to their Allt Carach wind farm. Four hundred residents and over eighty businesses told them they weren’t wanted here. So they applied for a Met Mast. So far over two hundred … Continue reading

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

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’ … Continue reading

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Wind: Pickles’ record since June 2013

Since publishing new wind energy guidance last June, Pickles has decided eight such recovered appeals, including the Highbridge scheme. Of these, he has dismissed seven. October 2013: Pickles blocked plans for six turbines straddling Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire. December 2013: 12-turbine wind farm … Continue reading

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Want to buy an electric car?

I have mentioned electric cars many times from the Tesla to the Noddy Car. Some questions remained unanswered though and will be only in the fullness of time. Electric cars presently enjoy a subsidy of £5k each paid to you … Continue reading

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Are the RSPB concerned about Birds or left wing political ideology?

For the last few years we note how the RSPB have supported wind farms and claimed that Anthrogenic Global Warming will drive more birds to extinction than those killed by wind farms. They also claim that domestic cats kill more … Continue reading

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At least someone thinks Tourism is important

We know Ireland came late to Wind put their government is working hard to catch up. However sometimes you see a ray of sunshine and we note a recent refusal to increase the size of two turbines based on the … Continue reading

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Sweden: Another one bites the dust. No, not a turbine — another eagle.

Originally posted on Quixotes Last Stand:
(Google Translation of Swedish article) Link to original article here August Thomasson, young birder and photographer from Sösdala in central Skåne, was at his job Monday out riding in the plains west of Kristianstad.…

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The Wind Farm Circus arrives!

Except of course it is no circus. Many will empathise with this but the Politicians will suggest that it is a temporary intrusion. One that can go on for two years! Now if that is temporary I am Donald Duck. … Continue reading

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The Truly unacceptable face of Wind!

I thought I’d share a picture of my home, so when you see my posts, you know I understand your position. This is the closest turbine to our home. 1139′ from the center of the tower to our front yard … Continue reading

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Has Ireland eventually realised that they were having the wool pulled over their eyes?

Well many including IKEA have been drawn by what may have been an illusion of the UK paying inflated prices for Irish Wind. It would seem like the South Sea Bubble it looks like they backed the wrong horse. But … Continue reading

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Democracy?

In the week that Aberdeen Council tried to ban the First Minister from all Council properties, a reaction to the previous invasion of a primary school without any consultation, culminating in councillors referring to Salmond as a bully we have … Continue reading

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Coming to the Moray Firth soon!

Fishermen in Norfolk have expressed great concern at the lack of respect to their livelihoods exercised by two off-shore wind farms in their area. As moves continue to provide two massive wind farms on the east coast of Scotland where … Continue reading

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The future is wobbly?

You might ask what this has to do with wind turbines and you would have a point, However we also talk about practical applications and the Airlander, the latest in a range of UK Airship design, has practical applications. Not … Continue reading

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The Trojan Horse – the single turbine!

Single Spies They Come, The Wind Turbines Ravaging The Land. By Charles Clover A great friend has a house with lovely views over the Essex countryside. As he shaves in the morning he looks out over undulating fields and woods … Continue reading

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Wind Turbines – A Future Blight of our Landscape

Much has been written about this and often contains references to Hawaii, The Techapi Wind Farm and decommissioning bonds. That the wind industry denies so vehemently probably means that it is uncomfortably true. What is certain for anyone doing a … Continue reading

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Muck, sweat and tears

There are justifiable reasons for wind power and island life is one of those. The Island of Muck has recently commission a number of smaller turbines which, added to solar power and a standby generator, could be seen as a … Continue reading

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“Inspector Blight” criticised by Judges

This article in the Telegraph tells it as it is. How can one civil servant continuing overturn the democratic will of the people. We have our own dodgy reporters in Scotland who we know will do everything within their powers … Continue reading

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Turbine Manufacturers Panic at Scale of Anti Wind movement

A Danish study, paid by the taxpayers with more than €2.6 million, supported by some of Europe’s largest wind turbine manufacturers Vestas, hand in hand with Siemens and Vattenfalls, has identified the scale and professional communications of the anti wind … Continue reading

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Peer-reviewed prostitution

Originally posted on NO MORE LIES !:
Propaganda is a form of censorship based on the size of the loudspeaker. All that propaganda needs to be effective is money Propaganda doesn’t need sophistication when deep pockets can ensure that the lies…

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