The Rally: We Will Prevail

About stopthesethings

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

Comments

  1. Celeste White says:

    Thankyou STT for organising the rally and highlighting the truth about this insidious and damaging national and international industry. It gives us some hope that sanity will prevail in the nation’s next government.

    And thank you for continuing to educate and enlighten the whole community about the extent of the damage and corruption this industry is perpetrating. All credit to Alan Jones too. I am not normally a fan, but on the travesty of CSG and the wind industry scam, he’s absolutely on the money. We will prevail!

  2. Michaela Samman says:

    My partner and I wrote to every relevant politician and newspaper editor we could think of, to express our support for the “The Wind Power Fraud Rally”, at Canberra, as we greatly regretted not being able to attend on that day.

    With every roll out of these wind power stations, comes the realisation of the true, actual impact of living near them, and so swells the numbers of VOTERS who will never forget, nor forgive those who facilitated these invasive, ineffective, expensive, gratuitous, hazardous, infamous and obscene monuments.

    The more people write to their representatives, the better.

    WE MUST STOP THESE THINGS!!!

    Cheers!

  3. Congrats to all who attended protest. I would have been there myself but someone had to “stay with the cows!” We will fight this to the end. We will not be pushed from our farms and homes for the greed of these big companies. Great job Tim! We are all in this together. The people in the cities are the ones who need to know what is going on with the REC’s and problems surrounding these giant turbines. They all have their heads buried in the sand. Let’s all try and get the message to them.

  4. The rally was an inspiration and a success on many levels. I came away from Canberra with hope and motivation to keep fighting and pride in us all. Well done to the rally organisers, you did an amazing professional job that showed Australia that enough is enough. I may not have burnt my (maternity) bra on the front lawn of Parliament House but I sure as hell am holding my head high and will continue to expose the truth.

  5. We will prevail, and we will continue until the greentards, wind weasels and industrial wind turbines are all gone, FINISHED!

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  1. […] are ready to help sink the slipper. 2GB’s Alan Jones has been belting the wind industry since the National Rally in June – reaching around 2 million Australian voters every week-day through 77 stations around the […]

  2. […] ready to help sink the slipper. 2GB’s Alan Jones has been belting the wind industry since the National Rally in June – reaching around 2 million Australian voters every week-day through 77 stations around the […]

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