Fake Environmentalists: Love Industrial Wind Turbines – Hate Humans & Nature

  The faux environmentalist is easy to spot: he loves industrial wind power and couldn’t care less about the environmental destruction it causes. Faced with the rampant slaughter of birds and bats, he initially denies the evidence and then pushes the moral equivalence button, claiming that more birds are killed by cats, cars and skyscrapers. […]

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews Sanctions Mass Brolga Slaughter by Approving Dundonnell Wind Farm

Daniel Andrews’ wind farm plan will add to bird deaths Herald Sun Terry McCrann 25 July 2016 LAST week Premier Daniel Andrews made a very big deal of launching a new wind farm near Dundonnell in Victoria’s southwest. It was going to create 300 direct (and, ahem, indirect) jobs in construction and a massive — […]

Stop These Things & Stop the Slaughter of Endangered Brolgas

There are few campaigners who can match Victorian Western District farmer and grazier, Hamish Cumming for courage and sheer determination. Hamish is a true environmentalist – his love of endangered brolgas and his sterling efforts to prevent them being sliced and diced by these things, has made him a true Victorian legend.  Hamish has served […]

Wind Industry’s CO2 Abatement Claims Smashed by Top Physics Professor – Dr Joseph Wheatley

**** The mandatory RET has seen the cost of around $9 billion worth of Renewable Energy Certificates added to retail power prices and recovered from all Australian power consumers. Under the Large-Scale Renewable Energy Target, a further $45 to $55 billion will be transferred from power consumers to wind power outfits via the REC Tax/Subsidy […]

Senate Inquiry: Hamish Cumming & Ors tip a bucket on the Great Wind Power Fraud

**** The Australian Senate Inquiry into the great wind power fraud kicked off on 30 March. And, fitting it was, that this band of merry men – Queensland National Senator, Matthew Canavan, WA Liberal, Chris Back, independents Nick Xenophon and John Madigan, Liberal Democrat, David Leyonhjelm, Family First Senator, Bob Day (and one, not-so-happy, Labor […]

Pacific Hydro’s Cape Bridgewater Wind Farm Nightmare Unfolds as Senate Inquiry Hits Portland

*** The Australian Senate Inquiry into the great wind power fraud kicked off last Monday, 30 March. And, fitting it was, that this band of merry men – Queensland National Senator, Matthew Canavan, WA Liberal, Chris Back, independents Nick Xenophon and John Madigan, Liberal Democrat, David Leyonhjelm, Family First Senator, Bob Day (and one, not-so-happy, […]

Hamish Cumming: Victorian Government engaged in “Fraud on a Grand Scale”

**** There are few campaigners who can match Victorian Western District farmer and grazier, Hamish Cumming for courage and sheer determination. Hamish is a true environmentalist – his love of endangered brolgas and his sterling efforts to prevent them being sliced and diced by giant fans, has made him a true Victorian legend.  Hamish has […]

Greens Senator Richard “Die Nasty” cops it from Hamish Cumming

**** It’s official: the Australian Greens are fully paid-up advocates for the wind industry. Back before the Federal election we reported on how Vestas & Co had poured something like $1 million into the Greens’ advertising war chest in a futile effort to knock off STT champion, Independent Senator, Nick Xenophon. The Greens became a […]

Dear Mr Macfarlane,

Dear Mr Macfarlane, The Moyne Shire Mayor, Mr Doukas, has raised some very valid questions in the following article. Moyne mayor calls for inquiry into wind farm subsidies Warrnambool Standard 12 August 2013 MOYNE Shire Council mayor Jim Doukas has renewed his call for an inquiry into the effectiveness of subsidising wind farms. And Darlington […]

The wind industry’s lies dissected

Just like this, only more expensive and more annoying. And at least this doesn’t make you sick. From an STT special correspondent Go to http://windfarmperformance.info and look at the page for March 25,  2013. Web site author Andrew Miskelly tells us there is 2513 MW of installed capacity from wind farms on the eastern Australian […]