Suzuki can’t believe WCO

David Suzuki simply doesn’t believe we could possibly exist as a coalition.   He is basically calling us liars and implying that the nuclear industry is behind this.
 
This is not about one industry over another….this is about people and how this industry has run rough-shod over small rural communities and is forcing people to move their homes!   This is about the scam that the wind indusry is!
 NOTE:  I can’t relay Dr. Suzuki’s e-mail address for fear that he will shut down on the coallition “Wind Concerns Ontario”
—– Original Message —–
From: David Suzuki
Subject: Reply from David Suzuki: Wind Opposition Groups unite in Ontario

Dear Ms. H

Sorry, but I don’t believe such a concerted opposition could just arise like that. I just don’t believe you. 

David Suzuki

 


Sent: Tuesday, October 28, 2008 1:39 PM
To: David Suzuki

Subject: Re: Reply from David Suzuki: Wind Opposition Groups unite in Ontario

 Dr Suzuki

I am not sure of the implications in your email. Tseveral here have been reports in some areas of the province where people have had to move out of their homes,are getting sick and are taking legal action because of the problems with industrial wind turbines.

There is no other motive for WCO than to bring to light the cost/benefit relationship to industrial wind power and rural Ontario.

Thank you

—– Original Message —–

From: David Suzuki 

: Tuesday, October 28, 2008 3:46 PM

Subject: Reply from David Suzuki: Wind Opposition Groups unite in Ontario

 

Dear Ms H. 

Thank you for the information.  Well, a very effective opposition.  Hmm, I didn’t see any overt signs of the nuclear industry which I am sure loves this. 

David Suzuki

 


Sent: Tuesday, October 28, 2008 7:21 AM
Subject: Wind Opposition Groups unite in Ontario
 

 

 

Please find attached a news release about the new Ontario-wide wind opposition coalition announced this past Saturday. 

Thankyou.

This is my response to the above.
Dear Dr. Suzuki
 
Your response to the Ontario wide coalition on Wind Energy, reveals a disdain for the ruralites in this province and is nothing short of discriminatory.  As a scientist,  you know well that convention must always be challenged and yet you make no effort to find out about the other side of the story when it comes to wind energy.  For example, where is the proof that wind energy delivers the goods?  I have yet to find any kind of evidence that shows sustainable GHG emission reductions because of wind energy.  If the goal is the reduction of GHG emissions, than wind is a dismal failure.  On top of that,  our provincial gov’t whose policies are highly influenced by people like you,  are inflicting health problems upon residents  with stray voltage and noise pollution.  When approached with this fact,  your response is one of denial without so much as an effort to find out the truth.  So how about it Dr. Suzuki, when are you going to be the scientist that you are suppose to be and help provide independent, objective proof that wind energy is a viable solution from all pertinent perspectives?
 
Here is another e-mail from a concerned citizen
Dear Mr. Suzuki,

I read a response from the email address above regarding your disbelief
that a concerted effort could arise on it’s own regarding Wind Opposition.
I will start with the assumptions that this is in fact the email address
for David Suzuki, however the true recipient does not really matter.  My
concern with the response I have read does not lie with the topic of wind
opposition.  My concern is directed solely at what appears to be your very
small minded opinion that rural residents in Ontario do not contain the
intellect or skill set to research a topic and formulate their own opinion.
Please, do not under estimate peoples abilities to exercise free will and
come to there own conclusions.  As a rural resident I do not consider
myself to be sheep needing to be lead by any one person or organization.
What this country and province needs is more people who are willing to
question what is going on around them.  We all to often as adults lose the
ability to learn from our surroundings and question what is going on, so
that we can grow as a community.  This is what children do and they are by
far the most efficient at disseminating information.  To that end I take
offence to any person who tries to hinder that process regardless of the
topic and that is why I felt compelled to respond.

Sincerely

Allan Parks

This is my response to the above.
Dear Dr. Suzuki
 
Your response to the Ontario wide coalition on Wind Energy, reveals a disdain for the ruralites in this province and is nothing short of discriminatory.  As a scientist,  you know well that convention must always be challenged and yet you make no effort to find out about the other side of the story when it comes to wind energy.  For example, where is the proof that wind energy delivers the goods?  I have yet to find any kind of evidence that shows sustainable GHG emission reductions because of wind energy.  If the goal is the reduction of GHG emissions, than wind is a dismal failure.  On top of that,  our provincial gov’t whose policies are highly influenced by people like you,  are inflicting health problems upon residents  with stray voltage and noise pollution.  When approached with this fact,  your response is one of denial without so much as an effort to find out the truth.  So how about it Dr. Suzuki, when are you going to be the scientist that you are suppose to be and help provide independent, objective proof that wind energy is a viable solution from all pertinent perspectives?
 
Here is another e-mail from a concerned citizen
Dear Mr. Suzuki,

I read a response from the email address above regarding your disbelief
that a concerted effort could arise on it’s own regarding Wind Opposition.
I will start with the assumptions that this is in fact the email address
for David Suzuki, however the true recipient does not really matter.  My
concern with the response I have read does not lie with the topic of wind
opposition.  My concern is directed solely at what appears to be your very
small minded opinion that rural residents in Ontario do not contain the
intellect or skill set to research a topic and formulate their own opinion.
Please, do not under estimate peoples abilities to exercise free will and
come to there own conclusions.  As a rural resident I do not consider
myself to be sheep needing to be lead by any one person or organization.
What this country and province needs is more people who are willing to
question what is going on around them.  We all to often as adults lose the
ability to learn from our surroundings and question what is going on, so
that we can grow as a community.  This is what children do and they are by
far the most efficient at disseminating information.  To that end I take
offence to any person who tries to hinder that process regardless of the
topic and that is why I felt compelled to respond.

Sincerely

Allan Parks

 

 

 

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