Editor: The scam against property owners, threatened by a wind turbine near their home continues from all sides of the political spectrum including groups supposedly fighting wind farms.
Wind farms are part of a bigger plan known to most as Sustainable Development or UN Agenda 21. The idea that somehow voting for Conservatives in the Oct 6th election will change things is foolish if not downright deceptive.
All political parties are pushing Sustainable Development/UN Agenda 21 which includes the installation of wind farms, originally brought to us by the Conservative Party.
So, if you think wind farms will stop because of the Liberal minority, you haven’t been paying attention.
Listen closely to PC candidate office admitting all parties are pushing UN Agenda 21, by clicking link below.
Then ask yourself “What’s really going on” Those who say they are fighting against wind farms on your behalf never mention the real driver behind the program? Why is that do you suppose?
Credit: By PAUL JANKOWSKI, SUN TIMES STAFF, www.owensoundsuntimes.com 11 October 2011 ~~
The Liberals dogged loyalty to Premier Dalton McGuinty’s green energy policies cost the party their majority in last week’s election, according to some high-profile local opponents to industrial wind turbines.
“When you look at the province it’s a huge blue (Progressive Conservative) area with a couple of big cities that have enough Liberals to get elected. It’s pretty obvious those people aren’t affected and didn’t take interest in the industrial wind turbine problems. Yet if you look at the country ridings, you start knocking off the minister of agriculture, the minister of the environment, it’s pretty obvious there’s a problem. I hope the government has a look at that,” Mark Davis, the deputy-mayor of Arran-Elderslie and the leading opponent to wind farms on his municipality council, said in a weekend interview.
Lorrie Gillis, a Flesherton-area activist, said she heard “over and over again” during the election campaign people say “I don’t normally vote PC but on this issue I’m going to.”
Gillis and Davis aren’t alone in their assessment of the impact of Liberal energy policies on the outcome of the election.