Mexican Meltdown: Tehuantepec Community Erupts Over Wind Turbines Leaking Toxic Oil

*** inevitable – adjective: certain to happen; unavoidable. “war was inevitable” synonyms: unavoidable, inescapable, bound to happen, sure to happen, inexorable, unpreventable, assured, certain, for sure, sure, fated, predestined, predetermined, preordained, ineluctable. ‘Inevitable’ describes the path of reasoning that leads to the ultimate conclusion that wind power is the greatest economic and environmental fraud of […]

Mexican Wind Farm Madness: Wind Industry Crime & Corruption Crush an Ancient Culture

*** Renata Bessi is a freelance journalist and contributor the Americas Program and Desinformémonos. She has published articles in Brazilian media: The Trecheiro newspaper magazine, Página 22, Repórter Brasil, Rede Brasil Atual, Brasil de Fato, Outras Palavras. Santiago Navarro is an economist, a freelance journalist, photographer and contributor to the Americas Program, Desinformémonos and  SubVersiones. Together they […]

Pacific Hydro’s “Monumental Own Goal”: Or How Steven Cooper’s Wind Farm Study Helps Sink the Wind Industry

**** In our last post we popped up the study done by Steven Cooper at Pacific Hydro’s Cape Bridgewater wind farm, that’s sent the wind industry and its parasites into complete melt-down. And its keenest advocates have turned on Pac Hydro, with the kind of hate-filled vengeance (usually reserved for traitors) for letting Cooper off […]

The Wind Industry: Rotten to the Core

**** We’ve reported on just how rotten the wind industry is – from top to bottom – and whether it’s bribery and fraud; vote rigging scandals; tax fraud; investor fraud or REC fraud – wind weasels set a uniform standard that would make most businessman blush. In previous posts we’ve looked at how the goons […]

Fighting the Great Wind Power Fraud? You’re Not Alone

Hard to think it’s only been a Year since we took the fight to Canberra. On 18 June 2013, 364 pro-farming and pro-rural community representatives – from Tolga in Far North Queensland, Coopers Gap in Southern QLD; from all over the Tablelands of NSW; a big contingent of Victorians and South Australians; and a contingent […]

No way José: Mexican stand-off brewing on the Isthmus of Tehuantepec

A major battle is brewing as an indigenous community living in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec in Oaxaca State, Mexico fight to save their land and livelihoods from the clutches of “big wind”.  One of our Amigos reports. A Perilous Path Slowfood.com Mexico 17 May 2013 In Mexico, indigenous communities living in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec […]