Delingpole: Why do I call them bat-chomping, bird-slicing eco crucifixes….?

James Delingpole writes:

I wonder what it will take before the world truly wakes up to the horror, the corruption, the expense, the pointlessness, the total wrongness-in-every-way of the wind industry. My guess – and it will happen – is the decapitation, by a rogue turbine blade, of an innocent passer-by.

Read more at the Telegraph…

3 thoughts on “Delingpole: Why do I call them bat-chomping, bird-slicing eco crucifixes….?”

  1. The windmills, standing tall and stark, do resemble crucifixes and they are just as useful in solving our energy problems.

  2. Delingpole was referring to the religious fervour of the Godless left, MTG, and would not appreciate being associated with your ill-considered remark. While the windmills will certainly be recycled into something useful there is nothing more useful than that which the crucifix represents.

  3. Howdy Dollops
    Yes, I was tagging onto Mr. Delingpole’s point. A plantation of crucifixes would not solve energy problems and neither do wind farms.

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