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David Suzuki bats out  

Credit:  www.wellandtribune.ca 1 June 2012 ~~

I am absolutely amazed Canada’s self-proclaimed environmentalist-in-chief continues to publish articles that completely ignore the continuous and gratuitous environmental destruction legislated by those he publicly and vocally supports.

Whilst few could disagree with most of the sentiments expressed regarding the threats facing Canada’s bat populations, to write half a page with absolutely no reference to the widely acknowledged and well documented bat mortality rates directly caused by industrial wind turbines is far more than mere misinformation but a deliberate attempt to protect Ontario’s Green Energy Act.

He rattles on about Ministers of the Environment, environmental legislation, specifically regarding endangered species, yet chooses to ignore what Ontario’s McGuinty government recently did to the provincial environmental legislation, until recently recognized as amongst the most forward looking in the world.

Suzuki has obviously chosen not to object to what Bill 55 contains just like many other Ontario Green Energy Act supporters and self proclaimed ‘environmentalists’.

Where industrial wind and solar energy projects are concerned there is no longer any environmental protection for endangered species, species at risk, wetlands, environmentally sensitive lands, in fact any environmental concern.

What outright and totally unacceptable hypocrisy.

Andrew Watts


Source:  www.wellandtribune.ca 1 June 2012

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