Now in Loch Ness:

Wind Turbines ruining landscapes worldwide


By —— Bio and Archives April 13, 2015

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The hundreds of thousands of wind turbines polluting the rural landscape of countries near and far can’t talk, though there’s no guarantee that governments won’t some day find a way to have them spying on passing motorists.  But the wind turbines ruining the landscape do send out a universal message, a messages that boldly states that Lib-Left governments can—and will—do whatever they want, loud objections from their constituents not withstanding. Modern day governments feel entitled to demoralize taxpayers with projects built with their own tax dollars.

The utter dominance of rural lands by the wind turbine is arrogant and defiant proof that lib-left governments are now on the march, worldwide.

In almost every country where you live, take a cursory look around you the next time you are out driving along country roads.

Double-downed wind turbines dominate what was only yesteryear bucolic rolling farm land.  Wind turbines overshadow tiny farms governments force to nestle between them.  Cows, sheep and horses are forced to graze in their ugly shadows.  In the Province of Ontario,  land and sky no longer make up the horizon, miles upon miles of wind turbines do.

If the wind turbines taking over rural countryside had a place in Science Fiction, they’d be ‘The Day of the Triffids’, the 1951 post-apocalyptic novel, about a plague of blindness that befalls the entire world, allowing the rise of an aggressive species of plant, written by the English science fiction author John Wyndham Parkes Lucas Beynon Harris, under the pen name John Wnydham.

There’s something chilling about thousands of wind turbines left standing to blight the landscape when ample proof exists that wind turbines DO NOT provide cheap energy as they were touted to do. (here)

So if they are not providing cheap energy, why are wind turbines still blighting world landscapes?

And that’s just to mention the aesthetics of the wind turbine.  Try hanging onto your health if you happen to live within their range; try sleeping at night in the infernal noise they generate; try stomaching the dead bats and birds that can be found at their base.

Related:
Wind Turbines take terrible toll on animals
The Earth Charter—Companion to Agenda 21
A Brief History & Description of Agenda 21

In the Province of Ontario, the last two Liberal premiers have been flagrant in spending taxpayer money for unproven energy initiatives.  Some hoped Premier Kathleen Wynne would be different than her wasteful predecessor, Dalton McGuinty.

She wasn’t.  Every “No more Wind Turbines” sign planted on roadsides by frustrated farmers have been replaced with wind turbines, with more on the way.

It isn’t just in Ontario where the wind turbine is king.  There is jarring evidence of wind turbines in every country where hypocritical ‘green’ governments have been voted in.

So we shouldn’t be too surprised to learn that the the world renowned Great Glen,  home of the legendary Loch Ness,  is now under government-forced wind turbine attack.

Anyone can see how wind turbines are spoiling the heartbreakingly beautiful Loch Ness, Scotland in this YouTube:

Canada Free Press (CFP) was included in an international press release from EPAW (European Platform Against Wind Farms) today.

“Despite protests from all over the world, promoters want to build giant wind turbines around Loch Ness in Scotland. The Scottish Government is doing nothing to curb the applications for hundreds of turbines on these iconic hills and mountains,” EPAW states in the release.

“To allow this industrialization to continue unabated would bear an unacceptable attack on this site, world famous for the beauty of its landscapes, and which we hope will soon be listed as the World Heritage of UNESCO. 

“The impacts of these industrial machines, most over 125 m high, visible day and night will be catastrophic in the landscapes that are still miraculously preserved from destructive industrialization.

“Loch Ness is an emblematic site, visited each year by millions of people coming from all over the world. This is one of the main jewels of Scotland. If these projects are implemented, they will destroy the world renowned Great Glen.  This fact will harm not only the global image of Scotland but also its economy as it will deter the tourists who flock to Loch Ness to breathe in the pure air and marvel at the natural beauty of what surrounds them. Scottish Natural Heritage and the Scottish Government have not produced any update of wind turbine numbers currently in the planning process in Scotland for some considerable time.     

“People across Scotland want to know - they have a right to know - how many industrial wind turbines are operational, approved and in the planning system. 

“It is time to stop accepting any more turbine applications and to allow those approved to be constructed so that we can stand back and see if they are performing as promised and if the landscape can absorb any more. To continue without having that knowledge is unacceptable and irresponsible.

“Highland campaigners, ordinary people, decided to do their own counting and produced a video based on what they found to alert the world to what is happening to somewhere incredibly special and irreplaceable and that they are fighting fiercely to protect.        

“We ask to UNESCO to protect this unique site and to try to stop further implementation of these machines.  UNESCO saved France’s Mont Saint Michel, which also risked being a victim of these machines.  Your organization can let the Scottish Parliament know they are wrong and must stop these projects.”

With all due respect, the European Platform Against Wind Farms is knocking on the wrong door calling on UNESCO.

UNESCO is a branch of the United Nations, the world’s biggest advocate of Agenda 21, which not only unofficially approves of wind turbines but controls via Agenda 21 many, if not most, of the world governments of the present day through the civic/municipal level long dogged by public apathy.  (Agenda 21 is in your community).

The UN’s Agenda 21 seeks to drive farmers, many who have worked for generations , off their land and into micro apartment dwellings in the cities of the world. (The New American Dream:  A Lilliputian Home)

The truth is UNESCO cares not how incredibly special and irreplaceable heritage sites like Loch Ness are, it only acquires them.

The only way for average people to ‘Stop the Wind Turbines’ is to vote out local and federal government who allow the turbines to dominate the landscape.

Someone is making big money on the wind turbines, and it isn’t the taxpayers.

Signs should sprout up like the daisies of the field reading: ‘Farmers feed cities’, ‘Wind Turbines’ take a toll on human health and kill bats and birds’.


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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com, and Glenn Beck.

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