Community hostility to industrial wind power is inevitable, when the community in question is the one that ends up with 300 tonne monsters speared in its backyard.
The characters that never leave the inner-city latte zone are more than happy to destroy your rural landscape, your peaceful rural way of life and the value of your homes and properties; it’s a sacrifice that they’re always willing to make.
But, over time, those on the receiving end are becoming increasingly reticent to end up as ‘roadkill’ for the wind and solar industries.
There are few universal truths: community hostility to giant wind turbines is one, the thuggery employed by wind power outfits, is another.
Wherever in the world the wind industry plies it subsidy-soaked trade, rural folk are treated as ‘roadkill’: lied to, bullied and beaten. As in the case of Jim Field, a 79-year-old disabled farmer from Rye Park…
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