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“An environmental ruling on a rare parrot threatens Australia’s expansion of wind power, as well as a $3.8b national energy project and climate targets, the renewable energy industry fears,” The Australian reported on Friday.

The Australian‘s article is behind a paywall but James Macpherson has extracted the important parts of it for us and made some remarks to put them into context.


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By James Macpherson

A rare bird threatens to destroy investment in wind farms and completely derail Australia’s pursuit of Net Zero.

The orange bellied parrot migrates every year to Tasmania and its flight path takes it directly through a proposed wind farm.

No problem, according to Tasmania’s Environment Protection Authority, the proposed $1.6 billion wind farm to be built at Robbins Island, in the state’s far northwest, will just need to sit idle during the five-month migratory season.

Industry sources complain that the ruling will destroy the project and, worse, set a precedent for other wind farms around the country, making them completely unviable.

An imported subsidised wind turbine, or a beautiful bird? You’ll forgive me if I roar with laughter for the next couple of hours, won’t you?

Woke climate change alarmists have been stopping mines, developments and dams for decades because they endanger a rare this or that.

Now those same ideologues can’t build their ugly wind farms because of a rare bird.

But what do you know? Suddenly there are more important things than rare species.

Clean Energy Council generation and storage director Nicholas Aberle complained …

Delaying clean energy ­projects puts climate goals at risk.

But the birds! Why do you hate birds?

Aberle continued …

Climate change is considered a far greater risk to the species than the impacts of wind farms.

Really? It’s difficult to believe that slightly warmer days are a greater threat to the orange bellied parrot than a flight path interrupted by hundreds of 52m long blades spinning at around 289km/h.

The best part for me was this line in The Australian article …

Aberle warned Australia’s climate targets were at stake and questioned the science behind the Robbins Island decision.

My eyes are watering and my sides are hurting. A climate catastrophist questions the science?!?!

The whole episode is divine comedy; the renewable fetishists blown out of the water by a regulator of the type they so love to use to stop coal and gas.

Someone needs to tell Dr Aberle that natural gas fields have much less visual impact than wind farms and, as an added bonus, don’t slaughter birds. More importantly, they generate more reliable energy for a smaller land footprint.

Alternatively, go with the wind farms, but put them underground. You know it makes sense.

About the Author

James Macpherson writes for Rebel News, Sky News, and The Spectator Australia. He appears on Sky TV weekly as a commentator on ‘The World According to Rowan Dean’. He is the author of ‘Notes from Woketopia: Laying Bare the Lunacy of Woke Culture.’  He regularly publishes articles on Substack which you can subscribe to and follow HERE.

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Peter Senior
Peter Senior
1 month ago

The best ‘divine comedy’ I’ve read for years! The ultimate touche. God moves in mysterious ways…. I too am still laughing hysterically.

LittleRedShoes
LittleRedShoes
Reply to  Rhoda Wilson
1 month ago

I didn’t see god saving the vaccinated ‘died suddenly’ or the children at least.
I wouldn’t wait for him to solve the problem which is our problem and mainly due to our ignorance and the traitors among us, the hordes of FreeMorons working for a non existent satanic god.

186no
186no
Reply to  Peter Senior
1 month ago

Convinced more than ever that The Oxygen Of Publicity must continue to breathe life into these apologies of humanity ( if , indeed, “they” can be considered “human” in the first place..?) – the more their corrupt ideology is see in plain sight, the better…? (IMHO, of course)

186no
186no
Reply to  186no
1 month ago

“seen”, oops

LittleRedShoes
LittleRedShoes
Reply to  Peter Senior
1 month ago

And for what exactly?
Bill Gates Caught Admitting ‘Climate Change Is WEF Scam’ to Inner Circle (Video)

LittleRedShoes
LittleRedShoes
Reply to  LittleRedShoes
1 month ago

Watch and spread it. The image helps to find it.

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Bob
Bob
Reply to  LittleRedShoes
1 month ago

Bill got a date satan

bluearea
bluearea
1 month ago

Put bird signs up for them to stage right or left and keep the blades spinning, next the sky will fall and they’ll have to put them under an umbrella so the birds don’t crap on them

Frank S.
Frank S.
1 month ago

I wouldn’t put it past them developing an Orange Bellied Parrot flu that wipes the species out, so they can proceed with their true agenda.

LittleRedShoes
LittleRedShoes
1 month ago

An imported subsidised wind turbine, or a beautiful bird? You’ll forgive me if I roar with laughter for the next couple of hours, won’t you?

I can’t laugh. According to what happened so far, the parrots will be killed for the ‘greater good’, especially if they would mean energy shortages. Australia slaughtered kangaroos and made food from them. They will find an explanation for the public and the parrots will be over.

They want to kill our pets for their green agenda, because cats and dogs are meat eaters, open WEF propaganda or rather plan. If they don’t mind killing our pets who are considered to be family members, they won’t mind killing parrots either.

They are against life, every form of it.

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