Second Harvest revisited: animal and wildlife suffering and sacrifice in the name of non-performing, disastrous “green”
Sherri Lange, CEO, North American Platform Against Wind Power (NA-PAW)
While some farmers use the term “Second Harvest” to benignly refer to their
welcomed scoop of the wind money harvest from hosting wind turbines, a more
sinister meaning is clear for home grown environmentalism. This “harvest”
involves the widespread and now more fully understood feature of animal suffering and death, ugly killing fields, associated with the now equally understood uselessness of wind “factories.” This “harvest,” was ever more evident in the recently exposed suffering at a mink farm in Denmark, where aggression and abortions, and eyeless fetuses appeared as a direct cause of a new turbine installation.