Australian Lessons

For those of you following our stance on the big wind industrial complex, you know we have been one of the lone raptor “voices” speaking out against these uneconomical, anti-environmental, and wildlife murdering contraptions since 1993.  Over those 25 years, all the claims made by the hysterical global warming, climate change cabal have failed to produce any verifiable data that supports the Algorian delusions that we are going to cook because there is too much of the “gas of life” being produced by human industry.  The alternative energy shysters, however, are a force to be reckoned with.  As long as government subsidies continue to generate money profits for these various schemes billionaires like Buffet and Anschutz will keep harvesting those tax dollars. However, if we let South Australia teach us a few lessons about the reality of wind farming, we might not have to go down the same path that the residents of this state down-under are having to endure.

Updated: March 17, 2018 — 11:35 am

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