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(Short video) Nigel Farage goes After the Biased Media AND Wind Energy

Click on the picture to watch this 5 minute video of Farage dressing down the media on their out-of-touch coverage of Brexit, politics and the Wind Industry.

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Ohio: Wind Energy Industry Protests Bird-Kill Fines

Ohio House passes legislation Jim Provance — The Blade — November 22, 2014 COLUMBUS — Ohio’s fledgling wind energy industry is balking at a largely ignored provision of a massive environmental bill overwhelmingly approved in the House this week, arguing it is designed to throw one more wrench into its turbines. The language would allow […]

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American Bird Conservancy Calls for Major Changes with Wind Industry Rules

Review of 30-Year Eagle Take Rule Prompts Call for New Approach to Managing Wind Industry MEDIA RELEASE Contact: Robert Johns, 202-888-7472 (Washington, D.C., August 7, 2014) As the final of five public scoping meetings held by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) in connection with its recent 30-year eagle take rule takes place today, […]

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U.S. Permit to Kill Eagles Prompts New Video Game: “Green Energy Kills”

Valerie Richardson — Washington Times — July 2, 2014 By sacrificing a few bald eagles, the Obama administration may have opened a can of worms. In a bid to give alternative energy sources a boost, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has quietly granted a California wind energy farm a permit to kill a limited […]

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More from Australian Senator John Madigan. This time on Wind Industry ‘Gag Clauses’

Tip o’ the hat to Callous Wind for this find. Daniel Bateman — Cairns Post — June 21, 2014 A VICTORIAN Senator has questioned why the property developer behind a Tableland wind farm has any need to ban residents from speaking out about the project. Developer Port Bajool Pty Ltd has placed a clause in […]

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Audio: Alan Jones speaks with James Delingpole about the World Wide Wind Energy Scandal

Click on picture below to listen to 14 minute interview with Alan Jone and James Delingpole about the criminal scandal of wind energy that affects the economies, the environment and the health of citizens around the world.

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Greedy Landowners Who make a Deal with the Devil Might Get Exactly What They Deserve

“The county isn’t going to have money so I think all these landowners might end up with a bill for $150-$200,000 (per turbine) to dispose of these turbines.” Pennsylvania county leery of costs to take down old wind turbines. Katlyn Rumbold — NewsTribune — May 14, 2014 PRINCETON — Pittsburgh-based EverPower Wind Co. is now […]

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Jim Wiegand: Exposing the wind industry genocide

Eco Report — April 5, 2014 Jim Wiegand has no affiliations with any business, industry, or groups except Save the Eagles International. He receives no funding for any of this from any outside source. His research and articles are his gift to wildlife and an ignorant society. For those that have the mistaken belief that […]

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“Cutting Down the Nets” of the Wind Industry

Paul Kuster — April 6, 2014 Many who know me, know I love basketball.  This time of year is great since the NBA is heading for the play-offs, but it’s NCAA “March Madness” that makes this time even better.  As this years tournament enters the final weekend, it hasn’t disappointed in terms of excitement and […]

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Video: Australian senator speaks out against the corruption of the wind industry

From National Wind Watch  (Transcript below video) Author:  John Madigan Tonight I rise to speak on the relationship between a community and their doctors and how that relationship has been bastardised. But first I will give the chamber some background. In January 2012, researchers at the renowned Stanford School of Medicine published a report that found […]

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“Gaslighting” by the Wind Industry

Recently I was bouncing around the internet when I came across a you-tube video and within that video was an explanation of a term called “Gaslighting”.  Gaslighting is based upon the 1944 psychological thriller movie “Gaslight” starring Ingrid Bergman and Charles Boyer.   It tells the story of how a husband, along with some of […]

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Continuing Lies My Wind Rep Told Me: Wind Industry Takes Eagle Fatalities Seriously

In a possible continuing series on the constant lies and misleading information the wind industry reps put out, todays article  is by the VP of public affairs for the AWEA.  Perhaps due to the mounting pressure from bird conservation groups, they must feel the need to start doing some damage control. What is interesting, is […]

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Environmental News Network: Should Wind Industry Get a Free Pass on Bird Deaths?

Paul Batistelli — Environmental News Network — October 15, 2013 Energy generation has never been without controversy, and green energy is proving to be no different. The environmental arguments against coal, natural gas, oil and nuclear power are well rehearsed. More recently, the wind power industry has been unable to silence critics of wind turbines’ […]

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From Pakistan, but applicable world-wide — Wind power: that’s another scam brewing up

Business Recorder — October 14, 2013 Although it is not known whether or not the government is seeking to steer clear of different brewing scams in various economic areas, it is quite clear that it has in fact encouraged a fraudulent scheme in wind power energy sector to swindle the national exchequer. According to sources, […]

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Let experts scrutinize wind energy claims

Letter to the Editor — Lethbridge Herald — September 25, 2013 Re: Dave Mabell article of Sept 14. It is surprising to me that the Lethbridge Herald will publish such a large article based on unresearched and unbalanced marketing misinformation. In fact, the whole article was a regurgitation of last May’s press release of CanWEA. […]

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