‘Green’ Hypocrisy: the Wind Industry’s State-Sanctioned Eagle Slaughter

Where’s the outrage from the ‘greens’, the supposed protectors of Mother Nature?
There is never any, because being ‘green’ is not about the environment anymore, rather – politics, sanctimony, self-loathing and capitalist hatred.

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dead-baldeagle02 American Icon becomes wind industry ‘road-kill’.

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The wind-worship cult, whether those wallowing in the subsidy trough or the political enablers that do their paymasters’ bidding by keeping the trough full-to-overflowing have one consistency of thought and action: and that’s a callous disregard for wind farm neighbours – be they clad in cloth, leather or feathers.

Their malice knows no bounds and is universal:

Environment Minister, Greg Hunt Backs Slaughter of ‘Protected’ Eagles With Taxpayer Underwritten ‘Loans’ for Wind Farms

The industry’s parasites and spruikers turn themselves in ideological knots as they grapple with images of protected avian species, including majestic raptors – of the kind that grace flags, notes and coins: –

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… piling up as splattered and dismembered carcasses, strewn across wind farms, all over the World:

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The wind-worship cultist – who occupies some other ‘reality’ – hates being confronted with the fact that these things are responsible…

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Met Office Data Shows Storm Desmond’s Rainfall Was Not “Record Breaking”

Why let data spoil another cherry-picked global warming exteme weather propaganda story..?

Sarcasm aside, the climate alarm industry know that comparative/historic data, after the event, is too late and realise that their apocalyptic propaganda has resonated sufficiently to the masses.

The entire climate scare rides and thrives on this unfortunate and deceitful reality.

NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT

By Paul Homewood

I’ve just received some more data from the Met Office about Storm Desmond, which I asked for last month.

They have confirmed rainfall at Seathwaite of 122 and 112mm on the the 4th and 5th of December respectively, the days when most of the rain fell. We may recall that a 24-hour record of 341mm is claimed to have been at Honister Pass up to 6.00pm on the 5th.

If we plug in the Seathwaite numbers, along with the other data supplied by the Met Office at the time showing the highest 48-hour totals, we can compare Desmond with the storm in November 1898.

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‘No extinctions’: polar bears survived periods when the Arctic had no ice

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More global warming sales talk masquerading as science gets exposed.

Date: 11/01/16 Michael Bastasch, Daily Caller News Foundation
Former Vice President Al Gore shocked Americans in “An Inconvenient Truth” when he said polar bears were drowning because global warming was melting Arctic sea ice, but now a new study shows that polar bears did just fine even when there was no ice covering the Arctic.

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The World Is Awash With Food

Another ‘global warming’ dud-prediction designed to scare you into belief.

NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT

By Paul Homewood

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http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2014/mar/31/climate-change-food-supply-un

Climate change has already cut into the global food supply and is fuelling wars and natural disasters, but governments are unprepared to protect those most at risk, according to a report from the UN’s climate science panel.

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Piles of unwanted grain on farms near Doug Schmitz’s storage bins in southern Minnesota are a stark reminder of just how bearish the outlook is for U.S.crop prices.

After record yields during the harvest a few months ago, growers in the area still have 80 percent of their corn crop left to sell and 70 percent of soybeans, said Schmitz, who operates four grain elevators and markets to processors and exporters. Normally, half the supply would be unloaded by now, he said. While Schmitz Grain Inc. is under contract to collect 2 million bushels from local farmers, the outlook is so dim that most of that inventory hasn’t been…

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