Press-Ganged: How the Wind Industry Hijacked the Media to Peddle its Fake News

Myths, half-truths and downright lies are the stock in trade of the subsidy-soaked wind industry: to obtain its ‘social licence’, it’s needed plenty of useful idiots in the press. Gullible so-called ‘journalists’ ready, willing and able to parrot all the usual fantasies, such as: wind power is ‘free’ and getting cheaper all the time; that […]

RET Review Panel Head, Dick Warburton: “the RET should be ended now”

Since the RET Review Panel delivered its coup de grâce to the Australian wind industry, the wind industry and its parasites – and the ABC and Fairfax press that run cover for them – have all tried to put a very different spin on the panel’s recommendations – as to which, see our post here. […]

After a party that was bigger than the end of WWII – STT says: “hats off, Tony”

The “unelectable” Tony Abbott has just been elected – picking up some 18 seats – to end up with a thumping 32 seat majority in the House of Representatives. When we say “thumping” we’re not just talking about the almighty hangovers suffered by the STT crew this morning. Among the 90 seats that the Coalition […]

Rally – Alan Jones

In this clip from the National Wind Power Fraud Rally on June 18, 2013 at Parliament House, Canberra,  we hear from Alan Jones and his experiences as a radio announcer, talking, and exchanging letters with people all over Australia about the invasion of industrial wind turbines. Stories that are rarely covered by other media. There […]

An Ill Wind Blows No Good: Murray Hartin

AN ILL WIND BLOWS NO GOOD  The good old Aussie Farmer is without peer and that’s the truth Some might choose to argue but the pudding holds the proof Governments give them nothing except a bit post-flood or drought Squeaky wheels get the attention while the farmer toughs it out More dangerous than the weather, […]

The Rally: We Will Prevail

STT’s Back

STT is back in the chair after barnstorming the Nation’s Capital. In posts to come we’ll document the stories and efforts of the 400 or so that descended on Canberra – coming from Tolga in Far North Queensland, Coopers Gap in Southern QLD; from all over the Tablelands of NSW; a big contingent of Victorians […]