Russell Taylor – In praise of our green and pleasant land
Wind turbines are not about power to the people they are about power over the people by elite government overseers who rule the masses with invisible chains of government dependency symbolized by massive bird chomping eco towers laying waste to once bucolic green pastures.
I’ve just returned from a short break in Devon, which has to be one of the loveliest places on earth. If there is a God, then He can surely be seen in Devon’s rolling patchwork of fields and flowering hedgerows. It’s a landscape that stirs a pride of country as great as that evoked by our cultural and scientific achievements. As my grandfather would have said, it’s the view that won us the war.
While I admired this magnificent scenery, at no point did I think that it would benefit from the addition of a few 300-foot wind turbines. Yet, there are people living among us who would disagree; people who would like to carpet our countryside with these monstrosities; people who even claim to find them beautiful – a sentiment I find as credible as a Soviet peasant admiring the Tiger tank that had just squashed his grandmother.
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