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The Entire Obama Presidency Summed Up in 1 Image

Posted by V the K at 1:35 pm - February 22, 2015.
Filed under: Obama Incompetence,Obama Watch

Leftists banned DDT (and sentenced millions of humans to death) because junk science said it would harm Bald Eagles. Now, windmills slaughter eagles by the hundreds, but it’s OK because every windmill is a temple to Gaia.
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  1. Profound. All too true.

    Comment by KCRob — February 22, 2015 @ 1:57 pm - February 22, 2015

  2. It’s not the windmill per-se that results in bird-kills, it’s the layout of the array. Note the ones in the picture, they form a straight barrier that’s cheaper to build, but affords no safe-passage to migrating birds or local birds. Create a fence line of towers and the birds will be forced to chance the passage. It’s not in their nature to go “up-and-over”, they will try to go through — and be caught unawares by the blades moving in their vertical axis blind-spot.

    Wind arrays built en-echelon with gaps reduce the bird-kills be providing as safe-passage between groups of windmills. The Brits do this successfully with their offshore arrays constructing in blocks rather than huge, long lines from horizon to horizon. Staggering windmills in blocks and clusters — rather than long rows — simulates natural forms like trees and natural landforms, and the birds go around just as they go around stands of trees or follow valleys through hills. But a straight line of windmills miles in-length is a mortal hazard that they are given no choice but to chance that they don’t even recognize often as a hazard. And so avoidable for very little long-term cost, it just requires more thought and work.

    Stupid lazy humans.

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — February 22, 2015 @ 2:20 pm - February 22, 2015

  3. Grisly pic, especially for those of us who value all animals (life).

    Comment by Marc — February 22, 2015 @ 3:41 pm - February 22, 2015

  4. A day may come when eagles no longer roam the skies… when sheepdogs no longer defend the flocks… when even wolves no longer prowl the forests. A day of jackals and vultures, a day of rats and leeches. But as long as the West still stands, we must do everything we can to preserve it, and do everything we can to prepare its knowledge and culture for dark days.

    Comment by Sean L — February 22, 2015 @ 3:56 pm - February 22, 2015

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  6. This makes me cry.

    No Bald Eagle has been killed by Nuclear Power.

    There is no point to large scale farms.

    Comment by BigJ — February 22, 2015 @ 5:18 pm - February 22, 2015

  7. wind farms are the most inefficient and ineffective method of producing power.

    It is far better to use a coal powered station, a nuclear powered station or a gas powered station than to use windmills. I forgot to mention using water. This is one of the more successful methods of generating power.

    I feel sorry for the eagle. It is really criminal to see what has happened to this bird.

    Comment by Straight Aussie — February 22, 2015 @ 7:08 pm - February 22, 2015

  8. Ted B – It just makes me think of how Stalinist this whole ‘Green Energy’ push has been. Much like Stalin’s push to Industrialize Russia, the Central Planners of the Obama Regime are determined to push Green Energy regardless of the Environmental Consequences.

    Comment by V the K — February 22, 2015 @ 7:41 pm - February 22, 2015

  9. @ V the K: There seems to be a class of people who trade dreams and visions for God, and their dreams and visions seem to be even more bloodthirsty than the gods of the Aztecs and Mayans.

    I once made an observation to the professor of the class on eugenics that some people here may remember me mentioning before: “The road to Hell is paved with good intentions, and the road to Utopia is paved with ‘necessary sacrifices.’ The funny thing is, they always turn out to be the same road.”

    Comment by Sean L — February 22, 2015 @ 8:12 pm - February 22, 2015

  10. Better most of all, Ted, to not build bird-blenders in the first place.

    Comment by Rob Crawford — February 22, 2015 @ 9:10 pm - February 22, 2015

  11. Reply to V the K’s comment to Ted B:

    Oh, yeah — Green is indeed the new Red. This is old, but still relevant: http://moxiehoxie.blogspot.com/2008/02/green-is-new-red.html?m=1

    Comment by Lee — February 23, 2015 @ 4:43 am - February 23, 2015

  12. Windmills are also killing a ton of bats, which are also a protected species. In addition to the windmills, that giant solar monstrosity in CA is frying the eagles, raptors and other birds.

    Comment by runningrn — February 23, 2015 @ 2:40 pm - February 23, 2015

  13. That’s bad enough.

    The fact that they have a NAME for migratory birds that catch fire while flying over a solar power array:
    ———-Streamers————

    and they are not counted on environmental impact since the plumage is no longer identifiable without a doubt.

    Comment by empiresentry — February 23, 2015 @ 3:03 pm - February 23, 2015

  14. everything this government puts its hands to, causes disaster, If it it isn’t killing birds with the windmills, it wastes money such as the Solyndra disaster. One word to sum up the Obama presidency, DISASTROUS!

    Comment by Roberto — February 23, 2015 @ 5:18 pm - February 23, 2015

  15. All of the “Green energys’ ignore the dirty construction contribution. Solar & wind only provide power 1/3 of the time. Ethanol from corn uses 20% more petrol energy to create than it has. New algae biofuels planned need massive amounts of water moved. Instead of buying an electric car buy a regular one and spend 1/2 of the difference planting fruit/nut trees.

    Comment by Steve — February 23, 2015 @ 8:36 pm - February 23, 2015

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