British and American oil companies created the modern Arab states. Islam was thus enabled to revive its murderous aggressions through Western financing. Yet, money doesn’t kill. People do. Wealth doesn’t destroy. Men do.
One of the ironies in it all is the fact that Arab countries are investing in the wind–in turbine wind farms. The dark oil hacks of the world want to act green. Why?
Syria is developing serious wind farms.
Syria is working on investing and developing solar and wind energy to meet the increasing demand on energy in light of the population growth and the economic, industrial and agricultural expansion, reports Syrian State Agency.
Syrian Ministry of Higher Education has launched many programs on renewable energy to be studied at the faculties of electrical, mechanic and technical engineering and in the institutes and postgraduate programs.
Research and training energy centers have been established in Damascus, Aleppo, Tishreen and al-Baath universities.
Note the connection between the green and “Higher Education.” Green, global, and energy are all part of education, that is, state propaganda.
Syria has partnered with a Danish company for the technological development.
MARAFEQ, member of CHAM Holding Group, and VESTAS, headquartered in Denmark and the largest Wind Energy Company in the world, signed here Sunday a strategic partnership to develop wind energy in Syria.
The partnership includes the submittal of a joint pre-qualification to the Public Establishment for Electricity Generation and Transmission for the development of the first wind energy project in Syria.
VESTAS is heavily involved in American wind farm development as well. Wind power is green and global, therfore may rightly be viewed as a challenge to national sovereignty, as are all other international business ventures.
L-R: Marcus Schenck, CFO E.ON group, Ziad Tassebhji, Director Utilities and Asset and Management, Masdar, His Excellency Ahmed Ali al Sayegh, Chairman, Masdar and Dr.Wulf Bernotat, Chairman and CEO of E.ON group watch Frank Mastiaux, CEO E.ON Climate & Renewables and Dr Sultan al Jaber, CEO, Masdar sign a global renewable partnership agreement between the two companies in London.
Masdar (Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company of the UAE) is now nearly one quarter owner of London Array, the largest wind farm in the world. The United Kingdom’s energy company began developing the off-shore wind farm in 2005. Three international investors are involved.
So how does this affect affairs in Oklahoma? BadEagle.com is researching the matter. As we speak, the Wichita Mountains of southerwestern Oklahoma are seriously affected by a wind farm developing on the north side of the Wichita Mountains Wild Life Refuge. As one drives down I-44 to Lawton, one can see an ever increasing number of the unsightly, giant crooked arms grasping in agony toward the sky. They absolutely ruin the viewscape.
They are not, however, on the property of the Wild Life Refuge. They are some five miles north of the borders, on the private property of the Kimball Ranch. Research on the “Kimball Ranch” is not immediately available, but BadEagle.com is investigating. Private property ownership of lands surrounding the refuge is a matter of concern, obviously.
BadEagle.com reported the federal court case in which the Comanche Nation was able to stop Fort Sill from developing land just south of Medicine Bluff on the basis of the ill effects such development would have on the “viewscape” of the sacred, national historical site. The immediate question therefore is why no effective objection was raised about the grievous wind farm eradicating the “viewscape” of the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge. If the Comanche Nation can stop the federal government (Fort Sill) from trashing Medicine Bluff, can’t the federal government stop a private land owner from trashing a national wildlife refuge?
Wind energy is the latest big business craze caused by the Global Warming industry (of propaganda). T. Boon Pickens, the oil tycoon who somehow grew tired of the business, has been a leading proponent of wind energy. He hasn’t grown tired of innovation or enterprise, certainly. But he’s become a philanthropist and environmentalist in is closing years. This is interesting. How can an “enivronmentalist” be so enthusiastic about a new industry that already competes with the oil industry for damages on the environment?
Siemens, an industry solutions company specializing now solving the problems of transferring wind farm energy to cities where it is needed, has an interesting ad campaign going on now. “Somewhere on the distant prairie,” there is a wind farm. How do you get the energy from there to town? Siemens, of course. Not to mention the wind farms near cities, off shore and on shore. Their message is simply, Let us destroy your environment carefully, efficiently, responsibly, and completely. You won’t feel a thing.
This is all perfectly dreadful. It’s all about business. Money. Enterprise. It’s all at the global level. That’s where the big money is. Anything global is where it’s at. Politics, business, “education,” energy, labor, it has to be global to compete. That’s where we are.
What our globalist propagandists don’t tell us, of course, is that anything global not only tends to destroy the environment, but also destroys national sovereignty, in due time. And it’s not about conservatism versus liberalism. It’s about big business, and liberals are becoming far worse at it than anything they accuse conservatives of. Global warming, on which the wind farm industry is based, is a liberal fantasy, totally.
The fact that Arab oil would invest in wind energy is just a tip of the iceberg irony of it all. Oil companies are all trying to appear as green as possible. But oil doesn’t damage the environment any more than wind farms. The competition here to considere is damages, not efficiency. Everyone knows that wind farms are the most inefficient operations in the energy industry. Therefore, they have the advantage. They are worse than oil rigs.
BadEagle.com will develop more research into wind energy in the future. It’s all a power grab, like any other globalist scheme. It hasn’t split the environmentalist camp as widely and clearly as it should, though. That is somewhat of a mystery.