Updated Petition: Stop All Wind Turbine Projects Until “Infrasound” Health Issues Have Been Investigated.

'The more people are aware of infrasound [Wind Turbine Signature/Pulsations, see comment below-DeFrock] the more objections will be made and then the authorities who are looking at wind farm applications will just have to take notice'- Paul Swift See an update on Paul Swifts' petition here; https://www.change.org/p/paul-swift-stop-all-wind-turbine-developments-until-infrasound-health-issues-have-been-investigated-67f152f1-112b-4164-a626-94b6d8e5ea2d/u/24557748?cs_tk=Ai7I81RCQ9WeAkDo31wAAXicyyvNyQEABF8BvEz5UtVK7fxwJEbMEk7-K5k%3D&utm_campaign=096bbfc3c8fd4c68958f3af04ad7bcdd&utm_medium=email&utm_source=petition_update&utm_term=cs Paul Swift has started a change.org Petition asking … Continue reading Updated Petition: Stop All Wind Turbine Projects Until “Infrasound” Health Issues Have Been Investigated.

Remember Repower? Senvion looking for $158 million to stay afloat.

Uncertainty surrounds Senvion 19th April 2019 Chalpat Sonti, spec.com.au THE company responsible for the operation of the three local wind farms has hit financial turbulence, but exactly what that means for local staff is unclear. German-based wind turbine maker Senvion has operations around the world and recently filed “preliminary self-administration” proceedings in its homeland. Senvion … Continue reading Remember Repower? Senvion looking for $158 million to stay afloat.

Firms ‘face $1600 power hit’ under Labor

Exclusive- Simon Benson- National Affairs Editor P. 6 THE NATION, The Weekend Australian Mar 9-10 2019 Power prices could rise as much as 35 per cent under Labor's emissions reduction target, adding up to $1600 to the average annual electricity bill of some businesses, according to modelling commissioned by the Menzies Research Centre. The study … Continue reading Firms ‘face $1600 power hit’ under Labor

‘Gold Rush’ of Wind Farms in Western Victoria.

ABC's Landline television program aired a story on the development of wind farms in Western Victoria and how this 'gold rush' of wind, solar and battery farms impacts on the landscape, local people and farmers. Wind and Solar Developments are creating increasing stress and overload being placed onto the statewide grid, requiring further upgrades to … Continue reading ‘Gold Rush’ of Wind Farms in Western Victoria.

So Wind Farms Really are Health Hazards? (World Health Organisation Report, 10 October 2018)

A Big Surprise to the Wind Commissioner and the Wind Industry Cabal? For an expenditure of some $1 million or more of taxpayers’ funds over the last three years the Wind Commissioner has been able to keep those country Australians with serious complaints about adjacent wind farms under “control,” whilst allowing the industry to siphon … Continue reading So Wind Farms Really are Health Hazards? (World Health Organisation Report, 10 October 2018)

Revolution RoadMap: Fighting Big Wind Means Getting Organised, No Retreat & No Surrender


Victoria erupts: Mortlake unanimously slams Mount Fyans Wind Farm.

Throughout history there’s been a pretty neat correlation between fighting and winning. And, so it is, that the communities that go all out in head-to-head battles with wind power outfits – out to destroy their lives and livelihoods – keep clocking up victories.

“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

“If your enemy is secure at all points, be prepared for him. If he is in superior strength, evade him. If your opponent is temperamental, seek to irritate him. Pretend to be weak, that he may grow arrogant. If he is taking his ease, give him no rest…

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‘Not in our backyard’

1.11.18- Martin King- Reporter.  A Current Affairs aired this program tonight, 'Not in our backyard' and interviews Bald Hills people living next to, being negatively impacted by and fighting wind turbines.  They have been complaining for years and say they can't sleep, suffer headaches and it is torture.  This community at South Gippsland and Alberton don't want … Continue reading ‘Not in our backyard’