“We’re looking at an international humanitarian crisis” (Mass.)

Aug 15, 2012


Editor’s note
:  The following is an open letter from Marshall Rosenthal.  During the 1960’s, “Marsh” was a front-line worker in the Civil Rights movement.  A white Jew in Mississippi, where the Ku Klux Klan persecuted Jews.  Marsh was (in his words) “a Health Officer in a pioneer Headstart operation, the Child Development Group of Mississippi.”

This is a man who has wrestled with state-sponsored madness—wrestled with and been wounded by it. (Many in his family were murdered in Hitler’s death camps.)   Yet he refuses to give up.  He has devoted his life to humane causes, regardless of the risks.  “Failure” is not part of his vocabulary.

Marshall Rosenthal is a mensch.

Read his letter and ponder.  If someone can initiate a case before UNESCO, Dr. Nina Pierpont will testify before that international body.  So, too, will Dr. Sarah Laurie and Dr. Robert McMurtry, and probably Dr. Alec Salt.

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”

—Margaret Mead

Dear friends,

I have only just returned from a trip to the Massachusetts east coast. I was appalled to see the gigantic “Independence” monster [wind turbine] hanging over Route 3, in Kingston, MA. I know that it is sited 1200 feet from a public school. Those kids are mandated by the state to stay in that building. Must we wait for them to succumb to the “mysterious” effects of Wind Turbine Syndrome? Shouldn’t Gov. Deval Patrick be charged with crimes against humanity? What court would hear such a case?

After we passed the Springfield area, heading west, we passed a convoy of three enormous wind turbine blades going east. We think they were heading toward Route 91 North, to get off on Route 2 West, going to the Hoosic windplant, under construction in Florida and Monroe, MA. The Abbott Memorial School in Florida is about a mile away from the nearest 1.5 MW machine. This is well within the two mile impact radius discerned by Ambrose and Rand in Falmouth.

We are looking at an international humanitarian crisis. UNESCO is charged with assuring the health outcomes of the children of the world. There is a terrible disconnect between what is happening and their awareness. Adults are being hammered into oblivion by their local and national governments. Only an international court of justice could have the stature to intercede.

What shall we do first?



  1. Comment by Mtumba on 08/15/2012 at 12:59 pm

    Excellent question.

    I have long wondered why no international body has not declared industrial wind turbine facilities crimes against humanity. The Geneva Conventions classify sleep deprivation as a war crime. How is industrial wind induced sleep deprivation anything other than state-imposed sleep deprivation – and therefore anything other than a crime.

    It’s not a stretch to say that state sponsored industrial wind is at war wih humanity (as well as a crime against nature).


  2. Comment by sue Hobart on 08/15/2012 at 1:43 pm

    They must and will be stopped. I fear the human race and their overly developed ability to rationalize and divide common sense into convenient mini factoids.

    Let’s hope the children in these areas get listened to and their parents get them OUT of there.

    As a turbine victim neighbor who is spending every day working to fix up a little cheap house into livable condition (while also spending every night in a good friend’s guest room), I think I am qualified to tell anyone impacted to GET OUT OF THERE first and fight the battle from a safe distance. Sick people make lousy soldiers.

    Our beautiful former home is indeed unlivable for me and we are leaving it … But please … anyone seeing them come to your town, either fight like hell to stop them or just get out NOW before it’s too late. Nothing is worth getting this kind of twisted-up sick that I have been, and life is far too short to allow it to happen to you.

    God blesses us with Marsh and Calvin, Nina, and the TRULY intelligent fighters in this battle. We will be vindicated. Let’s please take as few victims as possible in the meantime.


  3. Comment by Marsh Rosenthal on 08/15/2012 at 4:02 pm


    Thanks for your more than kind words. My role in the 1964 Summer of Mississippi was that of Health Officer in a pioneer Headstart operation, the Child Development Group of Mississippi. I did not voter-register anyone, but I worked with many of the 6000 little pre-schoolers who attended our program. We witnessed the cowardly work of the haters who burnt down one of our centers that was a little country church. I guess my anger about the murders of Viola Liuzo, and Cheney, Goodman, and Schwerner, was transformed into a huge love and caring for all those little kids. While the program was open to all pre-school children, the white families self segreated and sent their kids to an all-white Headstart program.

    We discovered widespread malnutrition and much disease attendant to it and the absence of formal medical care. I cleaned and treated many an impetigo wound and ran countless micro-hematacrits. In a few short weeks, with a wholesome diet and medical screening, we witnessed remarkable physical, emotional, and spiritual recoveries across the board.

    With that said, it should be apparent that my rage against wrongful public acts against the most innocent and vulnerable population, the children, no matter the imagined high principle or “greater good,” spurs me, goads me, torments me. Wrong-headed, misled, herd-minded environmentalism must be actively challenged and CORRECTED.

    Victims of the “green” excesses need now to form support chapters. They might borrow from the formats of Alcoholics Annonymous and the Quaker meetings before them. They could create regional councils, say, the three towns of Falmouth, Plymouth, and Kingston, MA (keeping their doors open to folks from Fairhaven, Duxbury, Woods Hole, etc., and beyond). They might take turns having their meetings in a different town each week. There’s something to be said for the “floating crap game!” They could share, first-hand, their life experiences under the wind turbines. They would cement their resolve and trust and compassion to unite and design effective strategies to turn back the corporate-government juggernaut that destroys anyone who tries to stand in its way or, simply, any resident that is unfortunate to live in its proximity.

    They should document their conversations and share them with the world via YouTube, and any and all the internet-supported media. Their conversations would become the basis for legal testimony to be heard in the courts and congresses of the world.

    Let the people restore a healthful world for their children to grow and thrive in. May the “Precautionary Principle” and the Hippocratic Oath always guide them.

    “Do no harm!”



  4. Comment by Curt Devlin on 08/15/2012 at 9:52 pm

    It seems we are under siege by ideologies that place big ideas above humanity. Ideologies of race, ideologies of supremacy, and ideologies of hate. All have one thing in common—a dogmatic belief that some big idea is so important that it justifies sacrificing some of us for the sake achieving some big idea for others. At its worst, environmentalism seems to be nothing more than the latest of these big ideas.

    People like you, Marsh, who have survived so many of these ‘isms’ without losing hope, without losing sight of their own humanity, and without losing courage in the face of utter moral depravity are a beacon of inspiration to all of us.

    Your help and compassion for the children of Mississippi puts me in mind of something Dostoyevsky wrote:

    “Tell me straight out, I call on you—–answer me: imagine that you yourself are building the edifice of human destiny with the object of making people happy in the finale, of giving them peace and rest at last, but for that you must inevitably and unavoidably torture just one tiny creature, [one child], and raise your edifice on the foundation of her unrequited tears—–would you agree to be the architect on such conditions?. . . And can you admit the idea that the people for whom you are building would agree to accept their happiness on the unjustified blood of a tortured child, and having accepted it, to remain forever happy?”

    It seems Deval Patrick is more than willing to raise his wind edifice on the foundation of unrequited tears. He has no moral compunction about placing school children in Massachusetts in harm’s way as a means to his own political ends.

    Fyodor Dostoyevsky

  5. Comment by Itasca Small on 08/17/2012 at 2:55 am

    Still a victim, but fighting from a distance, as I am running for the office of county supervisor spurred to action by the Wind Invasion of the world and my home.

    last week I heard a quote from Bill Gates to this effect: If we do a good enough job on Healthcare we should be able reduce the population by 10-15%.

    I did not confirm this independently, but it was heard on a talk radio program by a man who seemed to have well-founded information. (I didn’t write down his name quickly enough.) I don’t see how anyone could claim such a statement having been made by a man of such high profile as Gates and it be inaccurate. If true, it does shed much light upon why the “progressives” and their ilk around the world are callous to the suffering victims of WTS, or whatever the weapon being used. Kill off the young, the old, and the sick; don’t some of them also call us “useless eaters?”

    This is just one example of the madmen who want to control the world and who know that if the population is decimated, the power and logistics will be much easier. And, oh, yes, killing off the people will “Save the Planet!” Save it for what?

  6. Comment by Julia on 09/17/2012 at 9:33 pm

    Maybe they can work with the group in Houten, Holland who has just taken their case to the European Human Rights Court… it’s one step closer to International Courts of Law isn’t it? And the case is in already 🙂

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