GREEN MENACE: Wind Turbines Deemed a 'Human Health Hazard'

First they came for the birds. Are humans next?

November 14, 2014

For years, President Obama has exploited public concern over "climate change" in order to wage a brutal campaign of genocide against our nation’s birds. Wind turbines have been turned into highly efficient killing machines, mowing down bald eagles in grisly fashion, dozens at a time. A new finding by science suggests that humans may be next.

Health officials in Brown County, Wisconsin have declared a local industrial wind farm to be a "human health hazard," following a four-year investigation in health complaints from area residents.

Jay Tibbetts, a physician and a member of the Brown County Board of Health, said the board did not come to its decision lightly. "We have 80 people on record who have made health complaints, including a nurse who is going deaf," Tibbets said. "We can’t just ignore this."

The Brown County health code defines a human health hazard as "a substance, activity or condition that is known to have the potential to cause acute or chronic illness or death if exposure to the substance, activity or condition is not abated." [emphasis added]

The ruling is bad news for Duke Energy, the company that owns and operates the wind farm. Not surprisingly, Duke Energy has close ties to the Obama administration and the Democratic Party. In 2012, the company provided a $10 million loan to the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, which was never repaid.

Wind turbine defenders have suggested that resident health complaints are merely "psychological."

Tibbetts said the ruling has received "worldwide" media coverage, but has been largely ignored by the American press. "I don’t think the average person in the United States hears anything about this issue," he said. For some reason the news media doesn’t seem to want to cover it."

A wise man once warned: "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing."

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