Nigel Farage lambasts media for one-sided coverage of the wind industry

Posted: December 3, 2016 by tallbloke in Accountability, Big Green, censorship, Critique, greenblob, opinion, People power, solar system dynamics, wind

From 3 mins in (but listen to all of it anyway) 🙂

Stick it to ’em Nige!

  1. wolsten says:

    Hard to argue with any of that!

  2. Graeme No.3 says:

    He reminded them that they had been wrong twice and then pointed out that they were wrong on ‘renewables’ but I wonder how much they changed? Well, if they don’t then there will indeed be far fewer at the Conference in 5 years.

  3. tom0mason says:

    Nigel was far too soft on a room full of reporters.
    He should have asked —
    Where were the real stories?
    Where was the real investigations into the climate change industry? Or renewables?
    Why were the journalists so complacent in letting the consensus of big left-wing governments and their crony capitalists, and compliant climate researchers off the hook, by just allowing their assumptions and forecasts in their press releases go unquestioned?
    Since when was it the fourth estate’s task to act as the mouthpiece for big government, for climate science, of government funded crony capitalism schemes?
    Why has none in the MSM questioned the ultimate effect massive national debt Western governments are accumulating for pension funds and the future of the next generation?

  4. Zeke says:

    “But what we don’t get told is when the wind doesn’t blow, it won’t even power a single kettle.” ~Nigel Farage

    But somehow it will just go if you add enough electric vehicles, and pay the worthless wind owners when the turbines aren’t turning.

  5. Zeke says:

    Look at those press people. They are now wearing nothing but a sheepish grin! (:

  6. oldbrew says:

    New policies needed for next-generation wind and solar
    14 December 2016

    ‘But the variable nature of wind and solar PV constrains their ability to provide stable power over time.’

    Here’s one policy: pack it in with installing renewables when you get to 10% of national generating capacity, unless you have massive hydro back-up ready for instant deployment e.g. Norway.