732 websites protesting wind turbines (The World)

Apr 1, 2012

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Editor:  Marco Bernardi (Gemany) has collected 732 websites around the world, protesting wind turbines.  They make for interesting reading.  We urge you to fix yourself a cup of coffee some evening, and start browsing the sites.  You need to use “Google Translate” to read all of them.  (Google Translate works beautifully.)

Our thanks to Marco, and our challenge to Big Wind:  Why the hell don’t you bozos pay attention?  On second thought, don’t bother answering; your answer is obvious.

  1. Comment by Winston on 04/01/2012 at 5:25 pm

    here’s 2 more ,

    fcwtag.info
    http://www.swindleaustralia.com

  2. Comment by Young Ng (Hong Kong) on 04/01/2012 at 5:40 pm

    Hi Marco & Jutta,

    Thanks! This is an impressive work of gathering all the voices around the world within a short period of time. Our salute to the amazing work you and Jutta have done.

    Best regards,

    Young
    Hong Kong Concern About Wind Power Stations

  3. Comment by mtumba djibouti on 04/02/2012 at 9:52 am

    This is a terrific compilation of anti-wind sites. Thanks.

    To answer your rhetorical question to big wind, the answer is they are greedy, money (and tax subsidy and tax credit and outright monetary grant) grubbing pigs who clearly know they are running a scam, know that it’s not green – and – don’t give a damn. They don’t give a damn about how many birds and bats they kill, how many people’s lives they ruin, how much habitat and scenery they destroy, or the well known fact that the pittance of unreliable energy they produce not only doesn’t reduce carbon output, but does in fact increase it – particularly in China, where coal plants are built to back up wind facilities.

    I know your question was facetious, but more accurately it should be asked of public officials. Why the hell don’t THEY pay attention?

  4. Comment by Gail on 04/03/2012 at 5:05 am

    Dear Jutta and Marco,

    Thank you for this and everything else you’ve given us over the years.

    I stand amazed at your endurance, facing illness and a giant adversary for so long. You are smiling in the photo, you look good, you must be seeing a glowing turbine-free future.

    So many people behind you—I see you bringing down “small wind” in Germany. They are dwindling, did you notice? Let’s make them so small that they disappear off the face of God’s earth.

    Good health to you and God bless us all!

    david

  5. Comment by Gail on 04/03/2012 at 5:39 am

    It’s just occurred to me that calling them Big Wind is giving them power, they don’t deserve. I suggest “little wind” in future or for the German speakers, “furze.”

    English speakers please switch on your online dictionary. Warning: vulgar usage.

  6. Comment by mtumba djibouti on 08/24/2012 at 9:38 pm

    Actually, “big wind” is comically appropriate. It suggests a “mighty wind.” Or, for those of you for whom English is not your first language, a big—fart.

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