STT’s Smörgåsbord: A Selection from the Archive

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Just made for sharing.

STT is the site that the wind industry and its parasites just love to hate.

In just over 22 months we’ve clocked over 625,000 views, which means we’ve averaged close to 27,000 hits for every month that we’ve been giving the wind industry and its stooges hell. We’ve given our loyal readers 810 posts which spell out – in clear and simple terms – the economic and environmental nonsense that is wind power – and the harm caused to communities around the world by giant fans. And, we keep picking up dedicated followers – 9,500, so far, from all around the world, including a bunch of canny Scots, Canadians, Americans, English, Welsh, Irish, Cornish, Danes, Germans and plenty from Downunder.

We’ve gone back through the archive and put together a veritable Smörgåsbord – just perfect for sharing – with links to some of our more important posts, on a variety of topics. Once you’ve had a snack, don’t forget to invite friends, family, politicians, council members and journalists to the feast of information laid out in bite-sized-morsels below; just send them the link to this post – or anything from the menu that takes your fancy.

Whether you’re here in Australia, Canada, the US, Scotland, Wales, England, Germany – future energy policy depends on you. Now is the hour. Get angry and make some political noise – who knows, they might even listen.

We’re not here to debate the wind industry – we’re here to destroy it.

Whatever “social licence” the wind industry might have had disappeared long ago. Rural communities around the world are fighting back to protect themselves, their farms, their businesses and their families: the sense of seething rage is palpable from rural communities in Australia, Ireland, the UK, Canada, the US and Europe.

The endless lies tossed up by the wind industry and its parasites just don’t wash anymore: these days, people are switched on to the fraud; and angry for having been taken for gullible country bumpkins.

Once people are introduced to the facts about the insane costs of intermittent and unreliable wind power they cease to support it – and when they learn of the tragic suffering caused to hard working rural people by giant fans their attitude stiffens to the point of hostility to those behind the fraud.

In our travels we’ve met plenty of people that started out in favour of wind power and turned against it.  But we’ve yet to meet anyone who started out opposed to wind power, who later became a supporter.  Funny about that.

Present the facts to reasonable people – and they’ll want to know how the scam got started in the first place and why it hasn’t been stopped in its tracks already?

So why not start with this tasty selection from our archive? It’s just made for sharing.

Economics: Wind Power Subsidies & Increasing Power Prices

Intermittent & Unreliable Wind Power

Noise, Sleep & Health Impacts

Wind Industry Lies, Corruption & Deceit (or just another day at the office)

Communities Fighting Back

Plummeting Property Values

Environmental Harm

Turbine Dangers: Exploding Turbines, Flying Blades & Risks for Aircraft

REAL (ie “On-Demand”) Renewable Alternatives

STT went about this work for our Country – not for any reward – save knowing that we will help spare thousands from the misery of living with incessant, turbine generated low-frequency noise and vibration – as well as helping to obtain an energy policy that works FOR Australia – not AGAINST us – as the current policy clearly is.

Thanks for your support – together – we will win this.

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About stopthesethings

We are a group of citizens concerned about the rapid spread of industrial wind power generation installations across Australia.

Comments

  1. Ceres Chronicle says:

    The Australian taxpayer is going to give the CERES guru back to Athens with a note “we apologise for ever taking him.”

  2. David Mortimer says:

    A really brilliant idea placing all the relevant data in an easy to access location right at the top! And all nicely categorised too!

    Saves having to search for data when I have visitors or interested parties who need educating. Even disinterested persons cop it too.

  3. A very helpful addition to your site SST.

    Thanks so much for your tireless work in revealing the shocking truth about this disgusting industry and the callous parasites profiting from it.

  4. Lyndsey says:

    Great stuff. Keep fighting, keep slapping the weasels back and we will win this.

  5. Martin Hayles says:

    Much applause to STT.

    A couple of years ago we had difficulty knowing where to look to ascertain just how utterly corrupt and dishonest the wind industry is.

    What we found, and that includes the warriors of STT, was difficult to comprehend. In the beginning it was difficult to even find/understand where the subsidies were coming from and how and why. We have come a long way since then.

    The wind industry is a remnant of the very same practices that led to Y2K and the ‘greed is good philosophy’ that led us to the global financial crisis. Invent a problem of biblical proportions, create a solution and sell, sell, sell it. A simple premise, but a very effective one. The same used by religions and control groups throughout the eons of time. Scare the bejesus out of people, but do not give them too much information. Doom, gloom and catastrophe. Yep that’ll do the trick.

    Having read some RET review submissions and in particular the submission from Suzlon/RePower/Senvion with regards to the Yorke Peninsula Ceres Project, one is left to ponder what a joy it would be to sit in on one of their board/project meetings.

    On one hand, CEO Chris ‘pretty boy’ Judd is suggesting the RET review is making it damn near impossible to attract investors and if the RET is watered down or dismissed altogether, then it is ‘game over’.

    At the same time we have Peter ‘pugsly’ Sgardelis, the project manager of CERES stating that the RET review really doesn’t matter to the sound business plan of CERES.

    How on earth these morons were given the opportunity in the corporate sector has me stumped. They most certainly would not survive in the farming sector, of which I am a part. Why?………. They lack integrity. They are prepared to say anything that will be beneficial to their remuneration, and they have no idea of what it is to ‘know your limitations’.

    In comparison, the Heartland Farmers and the majority of local citizens (including a unanimous vote from Yorke Peninsula local government) voted against CERES.

    Why? Because, although it may take time for the peaceful, sleeping giant to emerge, but when it does – and it always will – truth, integrity and the idea of a fair days graft for a fair days remuneration will prevail.

    We know that the hucksters of the CERES project are prepared to say anything to the local farmer parasites, of which I am surrounded. We know that chief parasite, Terry Kallis, Of Petratherm notoriety is desperate for CERES to happen, as Petratherm is about to implode.

    Keep up the good fight STT, for it will only be justice to see these scumbags destroyed.

  6. Thank you STT, for collating that list. I am often looking for previous articles that you have posted on various topics, this will make it much easier.

    Thank you also for providing this site, it has been an invaluable source of information for all of us.

    The pro wind mob are fast running out of options and have their backs to the wall, you can tell that by the rubbish they are coming out with on their blogs and in their publications, in fact some of it is just straight out lies.

    Keep up the good work, STT, we will win, we are well on the way to winning already.

    CW.

  7. A great Sunday Smörgåsbord, STT.
    We’re some of the canny Scots and we just love the dedication of you guys.
    We’re looking for you to support the secondment of Tony Abbott and his men to the UK when he’s finished with the wind weasels in Australia. You’ll undoubtedly have heard that the Scottish Government has just given the green light to the trashing of the most iconic of Scottish landscapes – Loch Ness

  8. stand against wind says:

    Love your work. Busily preparing EPBC submissions on the Mount Emerald catastrophe planned for Far North Queensland, your smorgasbord has arrived just when I need to gorge on these facts and stats!

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