Tuesday, 15 May 2012

Save the...CRUNCH!

They don't like vultures either

Are your bird-chopping windmills batting bald eagles out of the sky in sacrifice to Blessed Gaia?  Worried about slaughtering what was once the poster bird of the American environmentalist movement now being killed by that very movement?  No problem; just change the rule and make death by windmill legal


eon said...

Proving that no matter how much the deep-ecos prate of their "love" for animals ("Save the Snail Darter!"), they really don't care a pin about them.The animals are simply "useful idiots" in their campaign against civilization.

And when one, or a lot, are killed by the ecos' latest idol (the windmill), it's "Sacrifices must be made in the name of The Cause".

"The Cause" being turning back the clock to the Stone Age. Minus most of the rest of us.

All else in their rhetoric is diversion. Always remember that.



jayessell said...

Have there been any studies on suburban squirrel auto fatalities?

My unsupported theory is that evolutionary pressure will lead to squierrls able to cross the road without being crushed.

So too will the animals around wind turbines. Some will avoid the blades, others will scour the base for injured or dead. It's the circle of life.

Ironmistress said...

Guess why I have wind turbine on my yacht instead of nuclear reactor?