Gone with the wind: England’s most important coastline

An excellent analysis of Navitus Wind Farm. We also hear today that the bases of the off-shore Gwynt y Mor wind farm off the welsh coast have been completed and work progresses to install the turbines. Residents of Llandudno are shocked by the reality which is somewhat at variance with the promises of RWE Innogy. A recent

RWE Gwynt y Mor

RWE Gwynt y Mor

comment by a visitor says it all. “The view from Llandudno is already hideous. I was really shocked when we visited a week or so ago, and saw how packed together the wind turbines are. That wasn’t all of them, either”. Perhaps the South Coast residents should visit Llandudno to view what the future may hold for them. Do the Minister’s have shares in the foreign holiday companies. Skegness has been badly effected as has the North Norfolk and Suffolk coast, Scotland and Devon targeted and now Llandudno and the Jurassic coast. It would seem that most of the UK’s prime tourism regions are under assault from the wind pimps with the enthusiastic support of many Ministers, the DECC and the likes of Yeo and Gummer. 

Navitus Wind Farm

Watts Up With That?

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley

I shall not cease from mental fight,

Nor shall my sword sleep in my hand,

Till we have built Jerusalem

In England’s green and pleasant land.

Thus William Blake, in the coda of the mystical poem that the nation belts out at full if not always tuneful volume on the Last Night of the Proms at the Albert Hall every summer.

England’s g. and p. l. is not what it was when Blake wrote about it. The place is being expensively carpeted with ugly, medieval, lo-tech wind farms.

The governing class still likes windmills. It is making a fortune out of them, at everyone else’s expense. 

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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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