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The Green Party, Rick Mercer and the Huff. Post are Mad Because P.M. Harper Won’t Encourage the Use of Fossil Fuels

Yep, that’s right.  If you want to see faux-environmental and liberal hypocrisy on full display, just check out Rick Mercer’s rant about the Federal Conservatives not doing more to promote tourism to Canada from other countries.  The Huffington Post showcased the rant and of course, all of the liberal hypocrites are screaming about the fact […]

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Australia: Green City Residents Use “Nimby” Secure in the Knowledge They Will Never Live Near a Turbine

Letter to the Editor — Goulburn Post (AU) — October 19, 2014 I AM writing regarding Jupiter wind farm, proposed for the area surrounding Tarago. The proposed development would consist of up to 110 wind turbines each 170 meters or 50 stories tall. The developer is EPYC a company which I understand is over 80 […]

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Eco-fascist hypocrisy

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Grab the Gravol. Wynne Won’t Allow Condos at Ontario Place – She Wants to Preserve The Beauty of the Lakeshore

Robert Benzie — Toronto Star — May 19, 2014 The Liberals are ruling out any condominiums at Ontario Place if re‎-elected June 12. After completing a short jog along the waterfront with candidates and supporters, Kathleen Wynne‎ promised to return the lakeshore park to its former glory. “Toronto’s waterfront should be for everyone to enjoy. […]

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Environmental Defence’s Hypocrisy on Full Display Again. This time with Bisphenol A.

We all know that one of the components of wind turbine blades is Bisphenol A, which breaks down over time and exposure to the weather, feeding into the air.  The internal Vestas report which states that over 1 ton of hazardous waste is created with the production of every single turbine blade is well documented […]

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Green Hypocrisy is rampant in Ontario

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Wind turbines and dirty mines — Hypocrisy at its Finest

  Environmentalists love wind turbines, right? They’re so healthy and good for the environment, so pretty, innocent, clean. Environmentalists love peddling heartwarming images of wind farms basking under sunny blue skies and nestled in the bucolic embrace of verdant hills. People picnic under them, children skip and shout for joy at the sight of them! But what environmentalists don’t show you […]

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The UN’s climate-change hypocrisy

Teresa Platt — Director, Environment and Enterprise Institute — March 6, 2013 A recent United Nations report admonished the world for not becoming “climate neutral” fast enough to avoid the “catastrophic consequences” of climate change. It’s an odd complaint for the U.N. to make, considering that the international body has failed to reduce its own greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. […]

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Sierra Club’s hypocrisy shines bright

A New Jersey grass-roots revolt on green energy Paul Mulshine — The Star Ledger — February 24, 2013 I guess that’s why they call themselves the Sierra Club and not the Somerset Hills Club. That environmental group founded in California clearly doesn’t give a damn about the environment in New Jersey. That’s what I concluded […]

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Germany’s Green Hypocrisy

The New Nostradamus of the North — January 30, 2013 In order to show her “green” credentials, German Chancellor Angela Merkel (along with other leading German politicians) likes to talk about the catastrophe that will brought upon humanity if the international community is not able to agree on a binding global agreement reducing purported  human caused global […]

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When the Shoe is on the Other Foot….

From the Hamilton Spectator Romina Maurino — March 21, 2012 Green groups challenge Ontario’s plans for new reactors TORONTO A group of environmentalists has gone to court to challenge Ontario’s plan to build new nuclear reactors, arguing the environmental risks and costs involved haven’t been properly assessed. Lawyers for Ecojustice and the Canadian Environmental Law […]

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