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NY Times: Where Wind Farms Meet Coal Country, There’s Enduring Faith in Trump
No place is more likely than this one (Glenrock, WY) to benefit from President Trump’s promise to make the United States a dominant energy force in the world, or more likely to be disappointed if the promise is not kept.




As is typical of the condescending communist clowns at Sulzberger’s Slime, this featured propaganda piece attempts to sympathetically portray Donald Trump’s supporters in the American heartland (Wyoming) as decent, hard working, struggling folks who simply aren’t educated enough to come to terms with the realities of “Climate Change” ™ and the Green Economy.
From the article:
“Woody Ricker, a 38-year-old technician at Duke Energy’s Top of the World wind farm outside Glenrock, comes at the energy picture from a different perspective. But his views, like those of many wind workers here, are surprisingly similar to those of workers whose jobs rely on coal.
For years, he has been teased by friends for having an “Obama job” in an area where wind farms are seen as taking business from the coal industry.
But Mr. Ricker, like most of his neighbors in and around the town of Douglas, isn’t particularly convinced that humans have much impact on climate change.”

Woody Ricker, a technician at Top of the World, has been teased for having an “Obama job” in an area where people see wind energy as encroaching on the coal industry.

Did you notice the clever insinuation that non-belief in “Climate Change” ™ is obviously motivated by economic concerns related to coal industry? (Existential Fallacy and Appeal to Motive Fallacy).  And why would it be “surprising” for a man employed in the Wind Farm business to not believe in “Climate Change?” ™  He still has to eat and feed his family, doesn’t he? This patronizing Manhattan attitude is actually more offensive than being called a “deplorable” or a “racist.” ™


As for these inefficient eye-sores dotting America’s Midwestern landscapes and slaughtering all manner of birds, a reader named “Mark” who lives in the farming area of Iowa wrote to us at
“We have one of these windmills about 1/2 mile from our house. The small town I live near spent $450,000 to erect it and it only runs maybe 165 days a year. They’ve had to repair it 8 times since 2009 when it was installed.
I absolutely hate them. They are subsidized by us and who will take them down out of the corn fields when they stop working? They don’t last long enough to remake the electricity sunk into their manufacture. Yet the government pays out about $11,000 per year for each one placed on your farm. Many days the wind doesn’t even blow. They are also dangerous for planes and birds, and sometimes a giant turbine will bust off. Eventually, somebody is going to get hurt. I hate them! Total waste in so many ways.”
Mark’s story may be anecdotal, but in this case, his personal observations are indeed representative of the broader failure of wind power. Both in terms of cheap energy and mass numbers of “green jobs,” wind power has failed, in spectacular fashion, to deliver what the greenies and the big investors promised. The inefficient wind-power industry is very expensive, passing its costs on to consumers and taxpayers while creating relatively few jobs.

A sin against God and Nature, all on the basis of a HOAX! Thousands of majestic American bald-eagles are being wind-o-causted — a tragically poetic touch symbolizing the killing of America — as coal miners lose their livelihoods.

Ironically, wind farms must still rely upon the burning of fossil fuels when the wind does not blow and the turbines fail to spin.  All throughout Europe, domestic coal stations have been closed in order to meet carbon-emission reduction targets. So when the wind farms come up short, nations must import coal and oil.
Apart from the fact that CO2 emissions are harmless and that manmade “Global Warming ™ / Climate Change ™ is a hoax, wind farms have neither reduced emissions nor the cost of electricity. On windless days, large customers may be shut off temporarily. While the poor and the elderly have been hardest hit by high electricity bills, the true beneficiaries of the wind scam are the wealthy investors receiving government welfare.
Not only are the mechanical monsters expensive, ineffective, ugly and deadly, many have gone idle are costly to repair.
Bob Adelman writes in the New American:
Headline: 14,000 Idle Wind Turbines a Testament to Failed Energy Policies
“When Element Power announced on April 10 the closing of a deal to build wind turbines for Blackrock in Ireland, nothing was said about the more than 14,000 other wind turbines lying idle around the world. Instead, Jim Barry, managing director for BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, expressed great pleasure at its new venture with Element.
Those 14,000 wind turbines lying idle in California’s Altamont Pass, Tehachapin, and San Gorgonio areas and elsewhere around the world are testimony to the continuing and accelerating failure of hope over experience, funded with taxpayer monies. And these areas were selected as being “in the best wind spots on earth,” which are now, according to Natural News writer Jonathan Benson, just “spinning, post-industrial junk which generates nothing but bird kills.”
Once those taxpayer funds are withdrawn, the real economics of maintaining these expensive monstrosities are so overpoweringly negative that they are left to rot — skeletons proving the fraud and deceit of the whole global warming meme.”
He’s right, you know.
The warmists can try to “fact-check” away these “inconvenient truths” all they want, but the reality remains: Wind farms do not generate electricity on a commercially viable basis. The fake industry survives only because of generous government subsidies, stolen from taxpayers and redistributed to wealthy investors, manufacturers and rent-seeking land owners.

Money-mad Globalist scum like Bill Gates, Warren Buffoon, Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Muskrat are all heavily invested in “Green Energy.”

It’s an economic hoax, built upon a scientific hoax, built upon a geo-political hoax. In fact, it’s so bad that even the mainstream warmist media and wind industry publications have had to concede certain “inconvenient truths.”
Newsweek: (April 11, 2015): What is the true cost of wind power?
“As consumers, we pay for electricity twice: once through our monthly electricity bill and a second time through taxes that finance massive subsidies for inefficient wind and other energy producers.
Most cost estimates for wind power disregard the heavy burden of these subsidies on US taxpayers. But if Americans realized the full cost of generating energy from wind power, they would be less willing to foot the bill – because it’s more than most people think.”

Wind Power Monthly: (May 14, 2015) Annual blade failures estimated at around 3,800
“Bellamy, co-founder of the renewables advisory firm Aarufield Ltd, pointed out that blade failures are the primary cause of insurance claims in the US onshore market. They account for over 40% of claims, ahead of gearboxes (35%) and generators (10%). The wind industry also faces a struggle to secure the carbon fiber materials it needs for lighter and stronger blade designs, warned Bellamy.
Possibly the biggest blade issue was faced by Siemens in 2013 when it was forced to curtail around 700 turbines worldwide. This was caused by a bonding failure in its B53 blade.”
Add another mark to the minus-column of wind energy – all on the basis of a hoax that the “uneducated” heartland folks of America can clearly see, but that the “intellectual” libtards of New York cannot — or, in the case of the Globo-Marxists, will not.

Ugly, dangerous, expensive and inefficient — supported government mandates and taxpayers dollars — all on the basis of a damn hoax.



Boobus Americanus 1: I read an article in the New York Times today about Trump supporters in Wyoming coal country not wanting to believe in Climate Change.
Boobus Americanus 2: One can’t fault these people for fearing the economic changes that must take place. We need to train these good people for the jobs of tomorrow.

Sugar: Boobusss, you platitude-sspouting asss-clown!!! It iss YOU that needss to be trained how to think!

Editor: You would think that, by now, Boobuss would have figured out the cause and effect correlation between the ‘green revolution’ and his rising energy bills — but no, he has not.




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