Monday, September 13, 2010

The Mafia Loves Windmills Too

Going Green? What do the Mafia and Liberals have in common?
According to the Ontario government, residents can expect to see their utility bill rise by an average of $1.60 a year – or 13 cents a month. Not bad for such an ambitious plan. The Samsung deal is made possible by the Ontario government’s Green Energy Act passed last year providing for some of the most generous feed-in tariffs in the world.

Denmark has long been a role model for green activists, but now it has become one of the first countries to turn against the turbines. 

Attracted by the prospect of generous grants designed to boost the use of alternative energies, the so-called "eco Mafia" has begun fraudulently creaming off millions of euros from the Italian government and the European Union.
And nowhere has the industry's reputation become more tarnished than Sicily, where turbines now dot the horizon in Mafia strongholds such as Corleone, the town better known as the setting for the Godfather films.
"Nothing earns more than a wind farm," said Edoardo Zanchini, an environmental campaigner who has investigated Mafia infiltration of the industry. "Anything that creates wealth interests the Mafia."
As I prove in my book Climategate, the environmental movement, fronted by Al Gore, is purposefully using a manufactured crisis to institute sweeping social and political change, and create an opportunity to score big bucks off green technologies and schemes like cap-and-trade.

Tragically there are too many useful idiots who believe the likes of Gore, and have decided to take matters into their own hands.
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The rate at which ice is disappearing from Greenland and Western Antarctica has been seriously overestimated, according to new research.
CTV report fails to correct record on fake Green Jobs and Carbon Footprint on Giant Fans
Which provincial government is pushing ahead with Giant Fans and sweetheart deals? Why is the Canadian media failing to report the facts about the myth of Green Jobs, Subsidies and the Carbon footprint in Europe of why installing Giant Fans in Ontario will be different?

Why is our media not reporting the serious problems with Green Energy to the taxpayers?
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