Wind Farms And Corruption
By Doctor Edward C Hamlyn MBChB, Fri Dec 9th
There is only one reason that wind turbines will be built in theWest Country.
Our Press has failed to tell its readers of the corruption whichstares us in the face, but is not seen as such. For example; Thetarget to be met is to produce 10% of our electricity fromrenewable sources under the Kyoto Protocol. That has nothing todo with significantly reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 2010,which the Government are permitting British industry to increaseby 7.5% over the next three years.
The Rt. Hon. Mike O’Brien claims that economic expansion at atime of growth is far more important than bothering about CO2emissions. Mr. O’ Brien’s sole concern is to increase by 10%,the amount of electricity produced by renewable energy, in the form of wind farms. The fact that the creation and erection of the requisite number of wind turbines will involve the emission of far more CO2 thanthe wind farms will ever reduce, is dismissed as beingirrelevant. Such twisted logic is just pure corruption - Butnever mentioned by the Press. Nor is the vast financial
gains tobe made by seducing us into accepting these wind farms in ourback yard. They will cost a lot of money and huge profits willbe made. But unseen and unthought of, is the question; “Wherewill all the vast quantity of new money come from?”
Britain as a nation, public and private, is hopelessly in debt,and those debts get bigger and bigger as we borrow more newmoney to pay the interest. This creates a dire shortage ofmoney. The money to build all the wind turbines does not existand new money will be borrowed into existence to foot the bill.Those who create vast fortunes for themselves by selling creditas money, will have an irresistible motivation to bribe Mikeinto twisting logic.
The Press has a proud duty to understand all this and make sureall its readers share that understanding.
The result can then be that the correct and easy way to preventglobal warming can be made known. It will not involvecorruption.
About the author:Dr Hamlyn is a founding member of the Royal College of GeneralPractitioners, a veteran of WW II, retired farmer and practicingmedical doctor. He is a prolific and articulate voice on thesubject of monetary reform.