Credit: The Wellington Advertiser,
I am tired of WPD Canada and the whole wind industry referring to me and my farm as a “receptor” when they talk about the impact that I will be feeling from the noise and shadow flicker produced by their turbines.
The choice of a dehumanizing label is a deliberate attempt by the industry to hide that fact that their machines directly impact people.
So, in taking a page from their book, I will now be referring to the persons perpetrating this disaster to the neighbourhood as the “inflictor.”
Robert Service, BELWOOD
The Wellington Advertiser,
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