Wind Farm Noise: Abandoned Home Doubles as Scientific Research Centre

Luann and Steve Therrien and their two toddlers are the human face of what STT despises most about the wind industry and its apologists. A young family, driven from their homes by incessant turbine…

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Germany’s Media Wake Up the Great Wind Power Fraud

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Germany’s Media Sobering Up To The Widespread Corruption Of The ‘Energiewende’ and Wind Lobby
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Pierre Gosselin
7 September 2016

Meet the Schmidt’s in northern Germany. The family, like many Germans, once welcome wind turbines and viewed them as a responsible way to produce energy in an environmentally and climate friendly way. Today the ARD reports that they have long changed their minds ever since their home has since become surrounded by industrial wind parks in all directions. “They no longer recognize their landscape.”

They are the victims of a corrupt but powerful industry.

According to the ARD, wind park developers are simply steamrolling over local residents who oppose them, and installing the giant machines less than a few hundred meters away from homes, and many natural places where…

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Wind Power Cult Propagandists Continue Preying on School Kids

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In a recent post – Wind Industry Pummels Pupils with Wind-Cult Propaganda in Schools – we took a look at how the wind cult sets out to indoctrinate young and pliable minds in schools: how, in an organised and orchestrated fashion, the wind industry aims to fill their supple little heads with the fantasy that our daily power needs can be wholly satisfied by the weather.

That post earned high praise in comments appearing on Facebook, Twitter and in the comment section on the post itself.  However, the author apparently responsible for the generation of some of the propaganda we placed in the spotlight – calling herself ‘Aunty’ Emily – dropped in with this comment:

I noticed you linked to my blog and to Timmy the Turbine – I’m the writer who was commissioned to write Timmy’s story into a school workshop. The story was originally written by the CEO…

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