Wind Industry’s Bird & Bat Slaughter: Canadians Expose the ‘Unhelpful’ Numbers

Why do evil, earth hating climate sceptics have to do the job of the eco-hysterical Greens?

Maybe it’s because ‘ideology’ (climate zealotry) makes them selective 🤔


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The wind industry and its parasites have – from the outset – pitched these things as a “planet saving, clean, green and environmentally friendly technology”; which doesn’t quite gel with the wholesale slaughter of birds and bats. Let’s call it an “inconvenient truth” (see our post here).

Were anyone caught shooting eagles or other protected species they would face prosecution.

Kill a relatively common Wedge-Tailed Eagle in Australia and you’ll face 6 months imprisonment or a $10,000 fine. As the stories in these links show – when lads with a .22 do it – there is media “shock” and “outrage” at a crime deemed worthy of serious punishment.

But the operators of wind farms face no such criminal sanction or penalty – and, instead, get to slice and dice birds and bats of all shapes and sizes with impunity (see our posts here and here).

The one…

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George Monbiot Eats Roadkill to Save The Planet

Imagine living in a world run by people like Monbiot, where the next source of protein they ban are insects that the UN is urging us to eat in order to ‘save the planet’ 🐛🐜🕷

Watts Up With That?


Guest essay by Eric Worrall

Prominent Guardian Environment Reporter George Monbiot, who sometimes shows up at prominent climate events, no doubt after a long journey by sail, has decided to eat Vegan supplemented with Roadkill to “reduce his impact” on the global climate.

I’ve converted to veganism to reduce my impact on the living world

The world can cope with 7 or even 10 billion people. But only if we stop eating meat. Livestock farming is the most potent means by which we amplify our presence on the planet. It is the amount of land an animal-based diet needs that makes it so destructive.

An analysis by the farmer and scholar Simon Fairlie suggests that Britain could easily feed itself within its own borders. But while a diet containing a moderate amount of meat, dairy and eggs would require the use of 11m hectares of land (4m of which would…

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