I’ve referred to the psychological term “sociopathy” in my previous entry because this blog is all about the connection between wind turbines and mental health. From what I’ve seen at Llandegley Rocks, site of the proposed Hendy Wind Farm, the lunatics think they’ve taken over the asylum.
Please understand I take mental health very, very seriously – both my own and that of other people. My blog is based on the hypothesis that wind turbines adversely affect my mental health and well-being; however from what I’ve seen at Hendy, it is apparent that mine is the normal, default human reaction to scenes of catastrophic, gratuitous eco-destruction. The mentally ill ones are those hellbent on doing the eco-destruction.
Everyone you see in the above photos is, quite literally, INSANE. In the world I choose to I live, the planet I was educated by my parents and teachers to love, to cherish, to respect and to conserve for future generations, the actions of everyone you see above wearing a hi-vis jacket are socially unacceptable and deserve punishment. These people, as you can see for yourself, are clearly and eminently a critical threat to the environment of rural Wales.
So what is insanity and why are these people insane? What is bad mental health? When does it become an issue?
There are two key elements to good, well-adjusted behaviour – pragmatism and morality. Any actions that are neither pragmatic nor moral can be said to be irrational, transgressing both logic and ethics.
As someone driven out of my mind by wind blight, I still maintain enough of a grip on sanity to take into account both the pragmatism and morality of my actions. And that’s why I maintain that the developers at Hendy are literally insane: because, mark my words, NO LIVING BEING WILL BENEFIT FROM THE HENDY WIND FARM. People will only suffer as a result of Hendy, and therefore the entire scheme is neither pragmatic nor ethical.
Ergo, it’s INSANE.
Furthermore, we can see for ourselves that the contractors actively WANT to bulldoze the fields. They can’t wait to get stuck in! They literally enjoy the process of scraping off soil and turf, and turning a vibrant natural ecosystem into a mudbath… FOR FUN! Not for pragmatic or moral reasons, nor reluctantly and with heavy heart – far from it, they’re doing it quite simply because they enjoy it.
What about money? Isn’t that a pragmatic reason? Not in the long run – not if you get busted breaking the law, or the law changes to outlaw what you’re doing, or the general public take one look at your shitty little construction company and place a terrifying curse of DEATH, PAIN & BANKRUPTCY upon the Directors!
It’s not an ethical business model, certainly not Green, if the only way you can make a living is by pushing the boundaries of the law to the limit, breaching planning permission and vexing people to the point where they vow to smash your industry. Natural law dictates this is not a sustainable means of income. Hence to be part of it is to be INSANE.
According to Powys CC: “A site visit was undertaken by Development Management on 30th November 2018. It is clear from the site visit and the numerous photographs submitted to Development Management that the development has commenced. The development is therefore in breach of prior to commencement conditions attached to the Ministers decision notice. The developer has been informed of the above and has been advised to stop works and that any further works are at their own risk.
“In considering the expediency of pursuing further enforcement action, I would advise that it is considered that there is insufficient evidence at the present time to evidence that the works being undertaken are resulting in unacceptable harm. In light of this Officers are not currently proposing to issue any notices on the developer. This matter however is the subject to continual review. I can confirm that Officers are actively pursuing evidence to inform the ongoing enforcement investigation.”
These dangerous predators need incapacitating fast, Powys CC. Their physical bodies need to be forcibly kept distant from the Welsh countryside, and their construction machinery needs putting beyond use, for good.
In my previous entry I was very clear that my criticisms of Lesley Griffiths were merely intellectual and political, and that’s true. But these foot soldiers, these construction workers are now causing actual physical change to the environment, AGAINST THE LAW. It is them, not those who would restrain them, who are the criminals, should this situation escalate into an actual physical confrontation. This blog is hopeful that the law of the land will be sufficient protection, without the need for additional community enforcement action.
Unsurprisingly, the situation is escalating rapidly, as any sane person could have predicted. Only someone mentally ill would have thought they could get away with this: Hendy Wind Farm and all the psychos involved are being taken to the High Court!
As Jonty Colchester of Brecon and Radnor CPRW remarked: “This incomprehensible decision by Lesley Griffiths ignores all our local County Council representations and the basic tenets of Planning Policy Wales. There is really no point in having a planning framework if it can simply be ignored. We are not against wind energy: Powys generates a great deal of it from strategic search areas designated for the purpose. This decision rides roughshod over the countryside and we will fight to the last to reverse it. As always we will have to turn to our supporters to fund the appeal and a national CPRW campaign is being mounted. CPRW recognises that if this development is allowed to proceed, a disastrous precedent will be set to allow wind-farms anywhere in Wales”.
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