We thank the Premier Designate for his commitment to health and safety for the citizens of Ontario. It is time to rally behind our new Premier Elect, and provide our reports of non-compliance, ill health, economic hardship, and wildlife decimation. It is time to reinforce the zero tolerance of industrial wind scams, everywhere.

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An Open Letter To Wind Concerns Ontario

An Open Letter To Wind Concerns Ontario

propertyrightsareyourrights Uncategorized June 9, 2018 5 Minutes
WCO, a beginning email

Dear Wind Concerns Ontario,

I am writing in response to your email this morning, titled ‘The morning after–a beginning.’ (see link)

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When STT cranked into gear in December 2012, hammering the wind industry was a fairly lonely occupation: hardly fashionable; a bit like wearing yellow to a funeral, really.

Back then, openly questioning the “wonders” of wind power was a guaranteed dinner party showstopper. Nervous hosts – choking on their organic pinot gris – would seek to segue to another less contentious topic – the joys of dancing cat videos, say; tempers might flare, among raised voices one of the more passionate would shout something about: “the science is settled man”. The protagonist asserting that dreaded CO2 gas was an obvious planet killing “problem”; to which the only “solution” was carpeting the world in an endless sea of bat-chomping, bird slicing, blade-chucking, pyrotechnic, sonic-torture devices – not that the wound-up wind power advocate would have ever presented, let alone dealt with, minor issues like those, as part of his “we’ve gotta save the planet” manifesto.

But that was then, this is now.

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May 28, 2015

NA-PAW (The North American Platform Against Wind Power) represents over 350 N. American groups, and liaises with more than 850 international groups, via the European Platform, EPAW, Europe, AU, Slovenia, as well as some in Asia, and as such, our membership and outreach for current information on wind power issues worldwide s substantial and extremely current.

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This video, while quite entertaining, clearly illustrates a very dark side to wind energy, the hidden wind turbine slaughter taking place at wind energy facilities.

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15 May 2015

Submission to the Australian Senate – updated version
Parliament House
Canberra ACT 2600

Impact of wind turbines on bird and bat populations

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The “parliament” of Germany’s medical profession has called on its leaders to support a halt to further wind farm developments near housing until more research has been undertaken into the possible health impacts of low-frequency noise from wind turbines.

The issue was debated at the German Medical Assembly in Frankfurt on Friday and transferred to the executive board of the German Medical Association.

Association policy adviser Adrian Alexander Jakel confirmed a motion calling for ­research had been forwarded to the board “for further action”.

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david cameronhttp://stopthesethings.com/

May 9, 2015

Britain’s political betters have set it up for one enormous gamble. Britain is wagering its entire economic future on its – out of control – wind power debacle.

Back in January last year, The Economist reported on the INSANE cost of delivering offshore wind power – where generators are guaranteed obscene returns – being able to charge “three times the current wholesale price of electricity and about 60% more than is promised to onshore turbines.”

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Candidates for PC Leadership Weigh In on Wind Power Ontario

Our five PC leadership candidates were asked to respond to a questionnaire about wind power in Ontario. We sincerely thank all candidates for weighing in with thoughtful and sincere replies.

Be sure to sign up for a $10 membership by February 28th 5:00 p.m. so you can vote!


You are choosing the next Premier of Ontario!!


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questions1. How have you personally responded to the suffering and losses of victims of wind in Ontario? (Meetings, attending protests, speeches, phone calls, emails, lobbying for change, etc.)

2. Please provide a brief assessment of what you feel is happening to the ENVIRONMENT of Ontario with the onslaught of industrial wind (water, air, wildlife, land)

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DÉJÀ VU ALL OVER AGAIN: Canadian Council of Academies (CCA) turbines and health effects study’s deficiencies mirror image of recent Health Canada wind turbine and health studies.

noise pollution healthby Sherri Lange

• “It is finally clear that noise is a significant hazard to public health. Truly, noise is more than just an annoyance.” (From Dr. Arline Bronzaft’s 1978 pamphlet: “Noise: A Health Problem.”)
• “Neighbors are far better acoustic analyzers for determining the quality of their lives versus any acoustic instrument left unattended by an expert.” (Stephen Ambrose, Environmental Sound and Industrial Noise expert.)
• “Is noise the most neglected green issue of our age?” (Bronzaft in promotional material for book Why Noise Matters: A Worldwide Perspective )

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