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Wind Turbines: someone’s noticed the deliberate mistake


David Davis

I spotted this here, and  thought the following (don’t all, please, get killed in the rush…)

There is intrinsically nothing wrong with the idea of people installing wind turbines on a small scale if they want to, and if some idiot’s prepared to go to the trouble of fabricating the monstrosities for them. The concept that the wind is (sort of) free for the taking is an old one, and successful nations have risen and prospered, such as the Dutch, by using the stuff on a large scale by pre-medieval standards.

But to pretend that the electric power requirements, at high Amperage all the time and everywhere, of a large First-World Economy, including stuff like Aluminium-smelting-works and steel-foundries, can be thus provided by such machines, is flim-flammery.

Private wind-turbines are toys. There is no need for them to have expensive electronic nonsense, designed for “load regulation” or whatever, if they are not connected to the Grid. The people who will want them will be rich: therefore they should be connected via old car-alternator-rectifiers (about 40 sets in parallel is a good start for safety reasons) to stacks of lead-acid scrap batteries in the cellar: about two tons of the same, say about 120 batteries, will do for an average 2kW turbine. Good new car batteries can be had for about £2 each at any local Soviet mobile home park for Travelling People.

No wind? No charge.

Wind? Charge.

You will be able to run an average _/House In Notting Hill/_ with five bedrooms, two kitchens with AGAs, nine laptops for the three children and five for the parents and nanny, plus the XBox and two “Wii” thingies, for at least four hours on a full charge of two tons of six-year old batteries.

Get some geek to build you a 12v=/230V^, DC/AC inverter using about 100 scrap power MosFets and transformers from old laptop adapters, and you are home and dry. Any amount of these can be had for under £1 each from your local computer repair shop, just like gunpowder was from your ironmonger in the 1950s. If the assembly catches fire, simply let him build you another one.

The poor sad bastard has been had for a gumph, and he’s still the Prime Minister


David Davis

Gordon Brown had been had unfortunately. Again. Proper, politically-brought-up GramscoFabiaNazis are not the only people in the Enemy-Class.

it contains others. Unscrupulous crypto-socialists pretending to be liberal capitalists and therefore disguised as humans who are running “firms”, mostly under the age of about 40 0r 45, and who run outfits that could produce all this unusable and unwanted hardware, which will not do anything like what we are told (and they of course do know it, but will have cashed up and buggered off by the time that’s detecte and we are all freezing in the dark) also qualify.

Two directors of “Testa”, an outfit related to Degesch, I believe, were indicted at Nuremburg, and we hanged them.

I do not agree with libertarians who think we should let off the modern equivalent of such people with their pensions intact if they apologise for being GFNs. Firms which actively and deliberately encourage belief in false religions such as AGW, being bribed to behave like that by States, should feel the full coldness of truth, in the fullness of time. Statist reactions to “AGW” will kill, in time, millions of people.

Auberon Waugh would have said the following:-

“I am not saying at this time that we should round up and shoot dead all directors of firms that actively lobby the British Government and its Terror-Police to pay them to make and sell wind-turbines to that same government, but I think we ought to look at the interlocking relationships inside the Class of Persons that goes to the drinks-parties that these people frequent.”

As an “aside-thought”, seriously highly-developed Nazi governments like this one run just now by the British Labour Party, which like to “send strong messages” about all sorts of things, to people, may have wanted to nationalise more than one bank so that they can direct “lending policy” towards projects that they “favour”, and away from others they do not favour, such as “small business” and “people”. I only refer to NSDAP state policies topwards businesses under R3 in the 1930s, and to nothing else at this stage.

I am beginning to think that some libertarians may not view me, and my views about original sin versus the actions caused by those sins which are acquired through error, quite as positively as I do myself. It may be that there are some humans who are innately bad, and are drawn excitedly to do bad deeds such as tendering for large wind-turbine contracts to Stalinist governments who steal from people at gunpoint. This of course is in the face of all “settled science” (such as the cheap and harmless use of fuels and steam pressure and electromagnetic induction.)

This is all very nice and cosy…


…but…

David Davis says it’s a PR stunt designed to coincide with the Copenhagen religious celebration of pagan pre-capitalist neopastoralist Nazi barbarism.

3,500MWh (per year) sounds like a sexy big number. And the population of Westray is “600”. But let’s take it to bits. This is 3,500,000 Kwh. This is 1,26E13 Joules, which equates to a true duty-cycle-adjusted output of 399.6 Kw.

Let’s be generous and say 450 Kw. I can imagine Westray being fairly windy, by our standards here. (And it won’t be spinning all the time – I have taken the given figures as allowing for the wind-dependent duty-cycle.)

Then, also, it’s rather a big turbine. 220 feet tall. (What’s its service life? Anyone know? And what are the servicing costs which will apply throughout its life?)

That’s a mean year-round availability of  750 watts per inhabitant. On an island of 600-odd people, where I guess there are not that many single mothers or single male yuppies commuting by helicopter to Edinburgh or Aberdeen or Lerwick, and people live in settled conservative-type “households” of 3-5 people, this output is not ungenerous, unless everyone on Westray wants to take a powershower all at once on a windless Sunday evening in winter, when the Grid-connection (even if there is one)  is not able to provide voltage in the right direction.

I do not see much wrong in providing stuff like this for people who live in such places, unless the funding is got by the means stated (the “Big Lottery”, whatever that is – it sounds like the Urban Poor of Bootle and Battley and Brighouse have paid for this turbine, which is bad.)

But to do this for a population of 70 millions, which is what the gramscoFabiaNazis want for this island, would require an installed capacity on this maths of 1.05E11 watts. 105 Gigawatts. That’s 117,000 of the same turbines, on the same duty cycle.

And before I’m ritually disembowelled (again) by some of our readers for dubbing greens Nazis, I re-apply that term to them here, as a renewal of my vows, as it were. Anna Bramwell, the contemporary high-priestess of GreeNazism, implicitly conflated the beliefs of the actual Nazis, of (not)fond memory with those of today’s Deep greens.

Wind turbines: The CPRE buggers are skirting round the issue…


…of whether these objects are the product of minds which are innately evil and wicked, and are thus specifically designed to destroy liberal institutions or the means to run them, reduce populations to subsistence-farming, attenuate industrial and economic growth, and enslave, or whether they merely have “visual impact on the landscape”

…and the education issues are worse – my older boy complains at school, over /why/ they have to “study” __global warming__ as an anthropogenic effect, __every year__

David Davis

Ed Milibugger is a GramscoFabiaNazi. He is clever (didn’t he go to Oxford, blast him? Must have got three “A”s at least or even four – what a bloody waste of an intellect which he could have used in retailing or mining or space research.) Therefore, if he was not a GramscoFabiaNazi, then he would be doing a proper job in The Royal Bank Of Scotland or a factory in Leeds. Or perhaps he’d be running a small chain of successful pound-shops in East London. Brick Lane would do for a first one, then he could go into Hackney, Bethnal Green, Stoke Newington and Shoreditch and Limehouse, selling cheap goods to people who want to buy them. Then, he could set up a few in Nottingham, Leicester (better be careful there, old fella!) Derby, Sheffield, Bradford (later maybe!) Bootle (let’s have a punt on that one eh?) and so on. He’s Jewish, so he could have done anything, and thus so he ought to understand why retailing is an intensely moral and good calling, inside the Canon of Western Philosophy.

But he’s a politician: what is it that comes over very, very clever people, whose minds could match up to the scale of the Universe and try to comprehend it, and so easily corrupts them to do evil with such deeply-held conviction?

(What went wrong with the bugger? Where did we fail? Were we asleep?)

The battle about Wind Turbines (which is to say, big-corporatist-statist nationalised plans to build many thousands of vast and useless ones on other people’s land, for no valuable result) ought to be brought back to whether we are to be persuaded that “global warming” is all our fault, or whether – as we /do/ require more and more energy, the obvious solution – nuclear – is the correct one.

As a libertarian, I am not at all against individual householders and, say, people such as farmers, setting up their own wind turbine with their own money…if they decide they want one. I am sure that the same companies that fall over themselves to lick the arses of ZanuLieBorg  will make “small” turbine systems, say about 10-50Kw, for anyone who wants them. If those who say that power companies will buy “surplus power” from such private producers are honest, then we have a win-win-situation. the GreeNazis have to say they are satisfied, and those who have “small” turbines can then try to get back into the money after installing the things, if it’s possible: if not, then they do have some “free” power (Nothing of course is totally free.) Factories can produce more alternators and more spiral-wound-pipe (I expect that’s what the steel-type is that holds the things up) and everyone is happy….

….except Ed Milibanana. I wonder why?

But if the CPRE want to be a player in the ideological battle for the landscape, then they ought to stick to whether the things are any use at all, and then – knowing the facts – oppose the things on mathematical and physical grounds of truth. “Visual Impact” considerations will not turn the faces of committed political enemies of The West – like Ed Milibanana –  away from installing the turbines and using our money to do it. The CPRE has to face the facts about what these things are really for, and why they are being dumped all over us.

The Landscape of the British Isles is almost 100% manufactured and managed anyway: it got to look like that through centuries of adjustment by Man. The fact the the GramscoFabiaNazis pretend to like it as it is [for “Ramblers”], while looking as though they fail to understand how it got to be what it is through the Hand of Men for generations, is neither here nor there.

Libertarians would say that the property-owners should decide what is set up. if the State-Wind-Power-Installation-Bribery-Service  [SWPIBS] was removed (as we will, when we Come To Power) then I doubt if we will see any more of these monstrosities.

It is nothing to do with “green energy”: it is to do with trying to reduce what they believe is an enemy-civilisation (us) to the Prison Of The Endarkenment.

More stuff that you’d like to know about the great wind(bag) turbine flim-flam-scam


David Davis

This is illuminating and very explanatory, at The Englishman’s Castle.

I have often had my suspicions about these false idols and phantasmal creations.

The GramscoFabiaNazis really are trying, on purpose, to freeze and starve us to death in the darkness. Perhaps they want our surviving children as sex-toys like Mao-tse-Tung [“tell her to bring me some tea”]: or perhaps they are just bored with having to ramble “in the countryside” among too many other people in a landscape that appears to be managed and have purposes that are the reault of the work of others, like Hitler: or perhaps they reall believe what they are saying , like that tormented chappie Madeleine Bunting or that strange woman Georgette Monbiot – I think it’s the last of these three, but it does not exclude them thinking the first two things too.

The buggers really think we are wrong: so wrong that we have to be eliminated as a population. In a way, it’s quite exciting to find oneself in such a manichaean struggle, so near the end of one’s life too, when we thought the Berlin Wall had fallen and we had it all sorted! But then again, it’s a bore and it’s tiring and it costs – lives and money, and resources which the planet [which means mankind] could use better, to fight these bloody people all over again.

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