Wind turbines kill horses, says American study

A new study from America has shown that young male horses are naturally drawn to a wind turbine’s rotating blades, which from a distance appear to them to resemble an audience of thin white lady horses, each giving them a big wave in an exaggerated, theatrical way, as if to say “come over here horse, I won’t club you to death with my horse arms”. 

Once they get closer to the turbines and the cruel ruse is revealed however, the horse’s natural instinct to sniff metal takes over and they trot right into the danger zone, sniffing innocently at the turbine’s giant mast, unaware of the high speed rotorblade tip about to clobber them into an agonising and traumatic death. How high must the pile of dead and dying horses around every wind turbine in Britain become before we shut down these murderous sideways death helicopters?

Roger Helmer 

As a commenter pointed out, this newsletter was posted by Roger Helmer on April 1st. Appropriate caution advised. Turbines kill tens of thousands of birds. And they make people sick at sunrise and sunset from a light flickering effect. People are aso made ill by the sound vibration effects.

I might add they generate pitiful amounts of electricity, consume vast tracts of land and make vast profits because of grants and subsidies for the insiders who ‘bribe’ politicians to instal them. Many are going onto David Cameron’s father-in-law’s properties, making the family billions more than they already have – generations old as exploiters of the national purse. In strong winds, many collapse and go on fire! Most only last two years and they’re scrap metal. The landowners can get their lands back and start all over again.

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15 Responses to “Wind turbines kill horses, says American study”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Ummm … the blades don’t reach down to the ground, or even to horse-height … I think you posted this article a day later than you meant …

  2. Anonymous says:

    Who’s gonna find real tall horse?

    (In the style of U2’s ‘Wild Horses’)

  3. Anonymous says:

    We don’t have that many horses roaming around fields which contain wind turbines in this country, and as for a wind turbine resembling a lady horse!!!! I hardly think so

  4. Anonymous says:

    This article may be in jest, but in reality wind turbines do kill thousands of birds every day. They also create a form of ‘light pollution’ during sunrise and sunset that can give people major headaches.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Title of this article should actually be: A Fear Mongering Tale about wind turbines, ripe with Disinfo says any intelligent person

  6. Anonymous says:

    I’m going to get flack for this comment I know but I quite like the turbines they add a surreal look to the skyline

  7. Anonymous says:

    In W W 2 Gen Bernard Montgomery
    the homosexual army leader was so unpopular with the men for what he did to young boys the men used to sing this song, when it bacme a severe offence they used to whistle it when Montgomery was about, some how the Germans learnt of this and when engaged with the British would whistle it to them

    Bum bandit Bum Bandit bum bum bum

    here comes the boys dad with his gun gun gun

    bang bang bang goes the fathers gun

    so run bandit Bum Bandit run run run

    Bum Bandit Bum bandit bum bum bum

    dont give the perverts their fun fun fun

    he’l get by without his little boys bum

    so run bandit bum bandit run run run

  8. Anonymous says:

    Riders on the storm
    Riders on the storm
    Into this turbine we are born
    Into this world we’re thrown

  9. stedra rulz says:

    James McCanney says, on one of his broadcasts, that three bladed wind turbines were deliberately designed by NASA to be inefficient.

    jmccanneyscience.com

  10. Anonymous says:

    Neigh,this has got to be a wind up!

  11. Tapestry says:

    It must be true. I got it from a politician. Roger might be wrong. No doubt he can back up his story with evidence…..

  12. Tapestry says:

    Roger sent a spoof newsletter out on April 1st. This was part of it. My apologies! I enjoyed it, and hope you did.

  13. Anonymous says:

    We get so used to politicians giving us april fool type statements
    every day we took this on board
    as normal, shows how indoctrinated with bullshit we are, and when a whistleblower makes good and right statements he is attacked.
    BRIAN P

  14. Anonymous says:

    Judging by the comments it looks like most people saw through it anyway which is good, it means people are able to tell the difference between hoax and conspiracy which isn’t always easy for newbies just waking up. So good excercise to keep us on our toes.

  15. Anonymous says:

    The method of death may be different but if you read the report from the University of Lisbon’s Veterinary Faculty, you’ll realize that signficant harm is caused to foals and youngstock and several have been destroyed. I was unlucky enough to meet one 18 month old colt back in the mid 90s. I made the mistaken assumption that his owners had been feeding him nothing but sugar beet and he’d outgrown himself. He was destroyed a few days after my visit. Only after reading this report did I realize the truth was far more cruel and his deformities likely related to a turbine in the field next to his home. You can read an English translation of the report on http://scotlandagainstspin.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/Flexural-deformation-in-foals.pdf

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