Wind Farm Victims Vindicated: WHO Declares Turbine Noise ‘Serious Health Hazard’

Posted: November 2, 2018 by oldbrew in Big Green, research, wind

This report from the WHO ought to be hard for wind power promoters and their ideology-bound supporters to ignore.


The World Health Organization’s declaration that wind turbine noise is a serious health hazard, is a liability bombshell for developers and governments, alike.

No longer can wind power outfits and those that make a living running propaganda for them claim that ‘there’s nothing to see here, move on.’ The wind industry’s victims – mocked and denigrated for years – have been vindicated. Now comes the vengeance. Litigation is already on foot in Victoria, with more claims to follow.

The significance of the WHO’s new noise guidelines hasn’t been lost on STT Champions Alan Jones and Liberal MP, Craig Kelly.

Liberal MP Craig Kelly on renewables and the Paris agreement
Alan Jones and Craig Kelly
19 October 2018

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  1. ivan says:

    Now the question is, who do those that have been effected by the noise sue for damages? I think it should be the people making money from the wind subsidy farm, not a company they can go into liquidation very quickly if needed, but the actual people owning that company – hurt them in the pocket enough and maybe the things will be switched off.

  2. oldbrew says:

    More of the Bavarian 10-H rule is needed…

    Success! German State Of Bavaria “Puts Brakes On” Wind Energy, Industrialization Of Rural Landscape

    “The fact is that the 10-H rule and the resistance from the citizens have pretty much put the brakes on further wind park construction in Bavaria.”

  3. oldbrew says:

    Date: 02/11/18 Reuters
    – – –
    Government urged to ditch ‘bonkers’ fracking plan
    By Jessica Parker
    BBC News political reporter
    3 hours ago

    Fracking is controversial, this much we know. But the government has ratcheted-up tensions with plans that could see shale gas projects fast-tracked in future.

    Those tensions were particularly apparent this week at a packed out parliamentary debate.
    . . .
    There is also some considerable frustration at the sluggish, yet fraught, way in which shale gas applications can currently be processed at a local authority level.

    Energy minister Claire Perry has previously said it is “a morass of protest and counter-prevailing information and frankly I pity any local councillor that gets an application on their desk because they will shortly have a travelling circus of protesters most of whom do not hail from the areas where those sites are located.”

  4. Bitter@twisted says:

    This is great news for the long-suffering residents, blighted by these abominations.
    I really do hope that the owners of these monstrosities and their political enablers are sued into bankruptcy.
    Then go to prison.

  5. A few years ago we had a noise consultant and the UK’s leading expert on sleep disturbance and consequential health impacts give evidence at a wind farm public inquiry. The Planning Inspector dismissed the evidence because the evidence wasn’t strong enough and anyway the Government had said there were no health effects from wind turbine noise.

    We will be bringing this to the public’s attention.

  6. oldbrew says:

    Delingpole: Wind Turbines Can Harm Heart, Says German Professor

    The wind industry is a massive class action suit waiting to happen. [Especially now that the World Health Organisation has confirmed the health risks – which, of course, just like Big Tobacco, Big Wind has been covering up for years] Indeed, of all the scandals to emerge from the great global warming scam, the wind industry is in my view the worst.

    Wind power is often billed as cheap, clean, wholesome and safe. In fact, it’s very expensive, environmentally damaging, harmful to humans and animals – and pretty much useless in the war on climate change. But you don’t get to read the truth very often in the credulous mainstream media which prefers to run the propaganda put out by extremely well-funded wind industry lobbyists.