Firstly, a warm welcome to one Emma Pinchbeck, Executive Director of RenewableUK. She looks like a very nice person, as do a lot of people who ignorantly tout their support for toxic wind turbines. Consciously, at least, Emma no doubt takes pride in doing a good job. Subconsciously, however, her public statements reveal some extremely poor cabling inside her mind, resulting in flawed thinking and policy suggestions that are dangerously bad for the environment.
Luckily, Emma, I’m on hand to help you work through your flawed thinking, with some kinesthetic education about the emotional impact of your policies. Compulsory Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is essential for all wind scammers, you see, to protect the planet from your lunatic impulses to trash our countryside.
So who exactly are RenewableUK? Well, the very first statement of their mission statement is factually incorrect: “RenewableUK members are building our future energy system, powered by clean electricity.”
IF YOU ARE PROMOTING WIND TURBINES, YOU ARE NOT PROMOTING CLEAN ELECTRICITY.
I’m starting to get heartily sick of the word “clean” when it comes to electricity. Since when did “clean” equate to “good for the environment”? I mean, shiny new plastic bags are clean, aren’t they? Does that make them good for the environment?
Nobody would call horse shit “clean”, yet can you think of a better fertiliser for plants? Nature can be filthy, as you know if you’ve ever come back from a ramble covered in mud. Cleaning, on the other hand, generally involves the use of synthetic chemicals.
Which is more polluting to a river: a bucketful of horse shit or a bucketful of cleaning bleach?
It’s NLP again, the use of words to trigger reactions. Once you break the programming and actually THINK, instead of simply mindlessly repeating the slogans, you see the world differently. Cleanliness is a red-herring that only indicates corporate whitewash and an artificial, gleaming “clean” sheen.
So just that single sentence from RenewableUK reveals that either they don’t respect the messy reality of nature, or, more sinisterly, they are deliberately misleading the public into dumping loads of “clean” chemicals into the heads of our rivers. After all, toxic wind turbines – made out of metal and paint – are basically man-made consumer disposables that malfunction, break down and need replacement on a far too regular basis.
“Our priority is to make sure that it is RenewableUK members at the heart of delivering this UK opportunity. To do this [missing “we” – fire your sub!] provide them with the highest possible quality services and information, supporting them in any way we can to do more, and better business.”
Here we go again. EGO not ECO. Now we’re getting down to the Benjamins. RenewableUK’s first priority is to feather the nest of its members. To make more sales. OK, that’s good about providing their members with information, so presumably the info within this blog can be added to their knowledge base. Happy to be of assistance!
Next up we come to the Statistics section of the RenewableUK website. This’ll be good. Let’s take a butcher’s:
So that’s a total operational capacity of 20,805.670 MW (or 20.80567 GW) apparently, which is ACTUALLY right now generating only 0.87 GW. That’s only 2% of all our power needs.
What all this says, and what I witnessed on yesterday’s Peak Patrol, was that wind turbines are for the few, not the many. They literally are the antithesis to the Labour Party’s motto. If the party is to be taken at its word (don’t laugh!), then we need to confront Labour politicians with the fact that wind turbines actually take energy from the many and give it to the few.
I noticed this at Dick Hudson’s pub near Bingley. The exceptional views from this country pub on the southern slopes of Ilkley Moor have been OBLITERATED by a hideous, spinning turbine, spoiling the landscape for everyone other than the landowner.
Indeed, Bradford’s natural assets on all sides have been trashed, to the detriment of hundreds and thousands of citizens, solely for the benefit of a couple of dozen landowners.
WIND TURBINES ARE BAD FOR THE ENVIRONMENT!
NOBODY OTHER THAN THE LANDOWNER BENEFITS FROM A WIND TURBINE.
WHY SHOULD EVERYONE ELSE SUFFER BLIGHT, LOSS OF AMENITY & THE DESECRATION OF OUR NATURAL LANDSCAPES?
WHAT’S IN IT FOR US???
IF YOU REALLY WANT TO LOWER YOUR CO2 EMISSIONS, SHUT DOWN YOUR BUSINESS, GET RID OF YOUR MACHINERY & KINDLY KILL YOURSELVES!
YOUR CARBON FOOTPRINT WILL BE ZERO AND THE COUNTRYSIDE WILL BE PROTECTED!
Read and understand all that, Emma, and you’re well on the way to having your thinking corrected. Sorry about the rhetorical brutalism; it’s simply the cerebral equivalent of using a power drill to extract all the greenwash gibberish from out of your brain. In time, you’ll thank me 🙂 Everyone else does, once they see the error of their previous path and how I’ve helped get them back on the right track psychologically, emotionally, spiritually and above all ENVIRONMENTALLY!
Finally, I notice that the abhorrent Jaytail Farm wind turbine is still conspicuously stationary. Every day it doesn’t spin is a day closer to it meeting that “six months of no activity” mark, after which it must legally come down. Meanwhile, over at Scammonden…