I have been, and will continue to support Esther in every way that I can. She is a true hero to the thousands of people world-wide that are fighting this corrupt windscam. Esther may be small in stature, but she is gigantic when it comes to courage, intelligence, and heart.
She is definitely a force to be reckoned with, and the windweasels have a formidable opponent, with all of us for back-up.
This is a preview of “TOO CLOSE the victim’s stories” The full length documentary featuring these and many more touching stories of those living and suffering in the shadows of the Fairhaven Wind Turbines premiers in September. The film also takes a look at the backroom politics behind how this project came to be. Watch for “TOO Close the Victim’s Stories” this September.
Just watched this awesome video (WTS emails have been going to my spam folder for the last month…is anyone else having this problem?)
Esther is a phenomenal young woman. And the people of this community/forum could help her immeasurably by writing Letters to the Editor or Commentaries in support of this ethical and brave citizen.
NextEra doesn’t want additional ‘bad’ publicity. So let’s give it to them. If each person reading this post or watching that video wrote just one letter and sent it to 5 of the media outlets listed below…just imagine the impact that would have.
Thanks for anything you can do to help Esther…and to help Esther help us all.
P.S. Don’t be afraid to start in the middle or at the bottom of this list so that we blanket them all! 🙂
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