Wind Farm Scam Exposed at the Woodford Conference part 2

Ron Stephens exposes the wind farm scam as part of the plan to run people off the land and into human settlements.
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Ron Stephens ‘Why Wind Farms?’

WIND FARMS EXPOSED as a ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT land grab and economic scheme based on carbon tax/credits, Wind Energy & U.N. Agenda 21 explained in a presentation by Ron Stephens at the ‘What is Truth Conference’ in Woodford, Ontario, Canada (19/12/2010)

Toronto Truth Seekers –

MORE VIDEO FOOTAGE of the Woodford Truth Conference COMING SOON…
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Wind turbine noise – Suncor wind farm Ripley


Now that the Ontario Municipal Elections are over and it appears most Rural Municipalities have their “Green Teams” in place for the final take-down of Rural Ontario,  it seems  like a good time to re-post this video which now has over 30.000 views.

Expect to see many more turbines dotting the Rural landscape in the days ahead.




We are on our own folks………’s time to step forward!
The Municipal elections are just around the corner. Put your hundred dollars on the table and jump in. It’s just like going for a swim. The water’s great once you get in. So, dive on in. Your opportunity to educate the public and make a ‘real difference’ in your Municipality……………..awaits.

Please pass on to others both in Canada and America. It’s show time!………….or Jackboot on your face forever time!

Fighting wind farms? – forget the health issues and start speaking the “truth”. Wind farms are a fraud sold to the public as a way to cut C02 emissions to fight the MMGW fraud. Asking for a health study is akin to accepting the fraud.
No need for a health study – expose the fraud or risk looking like “controlled opposition”


At a meeting in Copenhagen June 10, 1931: Arnold Toynbee, “Director of Studies” at Chatham House, London, said:

“It is just because we are really attacking the principle of local sovereignty that we keep on protesting our loyalty to it so loudly.

The harder we press our attack upon the idol, the more pains we take to keep its priests and devotees in a fool’s paradise – lapped in a false sense of security which will inhibit them from taking up arms in their idol’s defense….

We are at present working, discreetly with all our might, to wrest this mysterious political force called sovereignty out of the clutches of the local national states of the world. And all the time we are denying with our lips what we are doing with our hands.”

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Professor Robert O’Driscoll & Elizabeth Elliott
Canada is ripe for a divine chastisement. Trudeau’s choice is the proof. God’s wrath is going to strike hard and we will deserve it. The Prince of Lies will reign supreme – J. Maurice LaPlante, 5 April 1968.
Toronto, Canada
It’s sad to see people like Maude Barlow sell out her country.
It’s even sadder to see our media portray the likes of Barlow and Suzuki as Great Canadians

Dalton McGuinty Announces $8 Billion Investment in Green Energy


Is this great news or what?

The Race is on!

Ontario Premier Dalton  McGuinty and BC Premier Gordon Campbell of BC are racing to see who can bankrupt their Province first.

Turn this race into a CBC (Communist Broadcasting Corp.) reality show.

David Suzuki, Al  Gore and Maurice Strong could be the judges.

I smell a hit series in the making – Go for it CBC.

As creator of the series idea – I expect payment for the idea and a percentage of any dollars generated from the series and syndication.

R J Stephens


Karen Howlett, Richard Blackwell and Shawn McCarthy

Toronto and Ottawa — From Thursday’s Globe and Mail

The Ontario government will announce today that it is awarding just over $8-billion in renewable energy projects to dozens of companies, making it the biggest investment of its kind in Canadian history.

Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty is locked in a heated race with British Columbia Premier Gordon Campbell for leadership in the burgeoning market for green-energy investments. And Mr. Campbell is manoeuvring to recapture the lead by rolling out legislation as early as next month.

The total value of the renewable energy projects to be announced today eclipses the $7-billion deal the McGuinty government signed in January with a consortium led by South Korean industrial giant Samsung Group. This time around, the government is awarding contracts to entities ranging from first nations communities to major corporations from overseas, the United States and across Canada to develop wind, solar and run-of-river hydro projects, sources familiar with the deal said.

Energy Minister Brad Duguid was to be at Durham College in Whitby, Ont., this morning to announce that the province is awarding its first major contracts under the so-called feed-in-tariff program – FIT for short – which pays premium prices for renewable power.

The companies will receive a fixed price over 20 years for the electricity they produce – 13.5 cents a kilowatt hour for on-shore wind farms and up to 80.2 cents for solar power. These contracts with green power producers are well above the market price of 3.44 cents a kilowatt hour for electricity in Ontario and are leading to higher hydro bills for consumers.

The Ontario Power Authority, the government agency that runs the program, has received more than 1,000 applications from companies, the sources said. The projects will create thousands of jobs, they said.

Brookfield Renewable Power, is among those hoping for good news today.

Brookfield has several projects under development in Ontario, including two totalling 213 megawatts of capacity in Essex County on the shores of Lake Erie, and a 100-megawatt plant near the Northern Ontario town of Marathon.

NextEra Energy Resources, the renewable energy arm of FPL Group that also owns Florida Power & Light, also applied for several projects under FIT and had high hopes for substantial growth in the province. The company applied for about 600 megawatts of wind projects.

Mike O’Sullivan, senior vice-president of development at NextEra, said FIT was such a well-designed program that it “will bring in all shades and colours of money from all parts of the world.”

He said if Ontario executes the FIT program properly, it could end up as one of the top five or 10 markets for renewable power in North America, among the 60 states and provinces.

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ARB ruling on wind power noise sets precedent


I’ve added a couple of videos I shot. Until all councils stand against the fraud that is wind energy, nothing will change. If your local council refuses to fight this scourge then they must be replaced. The Municipal elections will be held this Oct.  Want change? Run in the election for a Council seat or Mayor – or, quit bitching about the inaction of your local council.

Aaron: ARB ruling on wind power noise sets precedent

January 9, 2010 Bob Aaron

In a precedent setting move, a recently discovered decision of the provincial Assessment Review Board (ARB) has cut a homeowner’s assessment in half because the house is located near a noisy hydro substation. The hydro plant serves a nearby wind farm producing “clean” electricity.

The decision of ARB member Ana Cristina Marques was issued following an appeal by Paul Thompson of the assessment on his house.

Thompson’s one-storey home is located on the 10th Line in Amaranth Township. It was built in 1989 and sits on a lot with a frontage of 183 feet (55.7 metres) and a depth of 240 feet (73.15 metres).

In 2008, the Municipal Property Assessment Corp. assessed the 1,320-square-foot house at $255,000. Thompson agreed with the assessment except for one thing: The house sits across the road from a Canadian Hydro Developers transformer station. The station converts the output of the nearby Melancthon I wind plant into electricity for the Ontario power grid.

Thompson told me last month that the station emits a “wicked buzz” all day, every day, and that’s what prompted him to appeal his assessment.

Evidence presented to the board at Thompson’s appeal revealed that in April 2005, the township of Amaranth rezoned a 6.07 hectare (15-acre) parcel across the road from Thompson’s home for the purpose of construction of a transformer station.

The station was built 360 metres (1,181 feet) away from Thompson’s house. According to the Ontario Power Authority website, it serves the Melancthon I Wind Plant, a 67.5 MW facility in the southern portion of the Melancthon Township, Dufferin County, near the Town of Shelburne.

The first phase of the project utilizes 45 wind turbines. It became operational in March 2006, and the second and much larger phase (88 turbines) began producing electricity in March 2008.

The Ontario Power Authority website says that “manufacturers of modern wind turbines have … reduced noise levels to that of a quiet whisper.”

That may be so, but evidence at the ARB hearing showed that the power station associated with Melancthon I produced a constant hum measured at more than 40 decibels in Thompson’s home. (According to a 1999 World Health Organization report, sleep disturbance occurs when there is a continuous noise exceeding its indoor guideline value of 30 decibels.)

Thompson introduced evidence at the hearing showing that the transformer station noise was audible within the house with the windows closed. He described the noise as a “nightmare” and a constant nuisance that not only affects his day-to-day activity, but also impacts the sales value and marketability of his property.

In reaching its decision to cut his assessment in half, board member Marques wrote, “The Board finds that the constant hum alleged by Mr. Thompson does exist and significantly reduces the current value of the subject property. The best evidence is the audio portion of the CD (Exhibit No. 1) and the testimony of both parties.

“Having heard this nuisance, apparently sanctioned by the Municipality, the Board accepts Mr. Thompson’s testimony that the stigma of noise contamination has a negative impact on the value and marketability of the property, and that after learning of the hum, prospective purchasers will quickly lose interest in purchasing the property. The Board is satisfied that a very substantial reduction is warranted.”

As I see it, Thompson’s successful appeal of his assessment is only the first of many similar cases that are certain to follow. The result, of course, will be a significant reduction in the tax base of municipalities like Amaranth, which play host to wind turbine farms.

And now that the ARB, an arm of the Ontario government, has upheld a claim for loss of property value due to the proximity of a hydro substation and a wind farm, can a host of court cases and class action lawsuits for noise contamination and property devaluation be far behind?

Bob Aaron is a Toronto real estate lawyer and board member of the Tarion Warranty Corp.

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Enbridge wind farm Kincardine Ontario