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In order to save the whales, we must kill
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Posted By: DVC, 9/7/2023 3:57:55 PM

That's how The Science™ works, boys and girls. Respect it, or be made to answer to the Department of Homeland Security, bigot. If you live on the East Coast of the U.S., chances are you've seen and/or heard tell of the increasing-in-frequency local news reports on the dead-whale-washing-up-on-shore phenomenon. Via Michael Shellenberger: "A new documentary, 'Thrown To The Wind,' by Director and Producer Jonah Markowitz, proves that the US government officials have been lying. The full film, which is at the bottom of this article, documents surprisingly loud, high-decibel sonar emitted by wind industry vessels when measured with state-of-the-art hydrophones.


Just like killing massive numbers of eagles, hawks and other birds with windmills. If YOU kill ONE'll get a huge fine, and repeat it and you'll wind up in prison. But if a windmill company kills thousands and thousands....NOTHING is done. Same for killing whales. You kill ONE, and you'll be in huge trouble, but no problem for the windmill companies.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Jesuslover54 9/7/2023 4:22:43 PM (No. 1551383)
So, the Japanese are doing their bit.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Illinois Mom 9/7/2023 4:42:32 PM (No. 1551406)
This is insane. They destroyed the farmers in California's Central Valley for an abundant little fish, the Spotted Owl shut down the lumber industry in the Northwest. The self-righteous "environmentalist" is king. Anyone who was pro-human was evil and greedy. I love animals and we all should be good stewards of the Earth but God gave us the Earth and it's resources to use responsibly. Both the California and logging issues can be resolved responsibly. These windmills in the ocean benefit NO ONE (but Dem donors) and hurt many, both human and the wildlife. Anyone who knows anything about sea life knows that we know next to nothing about our vast oceans, but any schoolkid knows how Whales and Dolphins communicate. How can ANYONE deny that the sound and intense vibrations are harmless? What about the fisheries? Thousands rely in fishing those waters for their livelihood. They have been fishing those waters since humans have lived there. Who gave the okay for these atrocities? Do Democrats own our Oceans? They windmills don't work consistently. They are ugly. They are high maintenance. What are they made of since they are immersed in salt water? On land they are 90 feet tall which means they have to go at least 90 feet into the earth. Everyone knows they are causing the whale deaths there and the deaths of thousands of birds and bats everywhere else. Solar panel farms are frying up desert creatures. This whole Green New Deal is one massive scam. We have a massive Eagles nest on our property in Wisconsin. We were warned years ago by a DNR guy to make sure our grandchildren didn't pick up any feathers off of the ground because they would be subject to penalties. I can picture our six little guys behind bars as Joe sips his Coke in his beach chair. No joke! Man.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: JimBob 9/8/2023 1:24:48 AM (No. 1551667)
Meanwhile, the ChiComs produced and used FOUR BILLION (4,000,000,000) TONS of COAL in 2022, and have THREE HUNDRED LARGE NEW COAL-FIRED POWER PLANTS 'IN THE PIPELINE' TO BE BUILT. We, and also Europe, can cut our throats and go live in caves..... and the total man-made CO-2 will increase because of CHINA. By the way, CO-2 is 4/100 of 1/100 of the atmosphere. If the CO-2 concentration goes below about 2/100 of 1/100 of the atmosphere, ALL THE PLANTS DIE, as they need the CO-2 to survive. For those of you (friends of L-dotters, as L-dotters have this figured out) The 'Man-Made Global Warming scare is the HOAX OF THE CENTURY.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: RayLRiv 9/8/2023 12:12:02 PM (No. 1551999)
It became necessary to destroy the town to save it Hmm - where have I heard this before?
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