When I sold a house recently, which involved getting planning permission for a barn conversion, it took two years before I was finally allowed to proceed. They did no less than three bat surveys, along with barn owl assessments and newts. As there were no bats living in the barn, it seemed excessive.
It is therefore quite a surprise to find that wind farms easily get planning permission when they kill millions of bats – not to mention birds.
It seems the globalists are only happy with the maximum kill per $ invested – whether it be farm sprays killing bees, power-generation killing winged animals, nuclear ‘accidents’ or other weapons designed to kill humans.
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