More large-scale environmental destruction by German Greens.
A photo published at the online www.shz.de/lokal vividly illustrates how the green energy movement has nothing to do with protecting the environment and restoring nature to how it was before industrialization began some 200 years ago. Ironically it is profoundly blighting it.
The photo in a commentary by Gernot Kühl shows a landscape near the north German town of Dagebüll (close to Eckernförde) which has been literally obliterated by industrial wind turbines which, according to the report, has made the place “uninhabitable”. Photographer and artist Heinz Teufel comments:
The pictured landscape has officially been declared no longer inhabitable.”
Moreover Kühl writes:
Anyone travelling the vast land behind the dikes and anyone searching for the endless horizon of the Wattenmeer will ask in a state of shock: Has everyone gone mad? Natural beauty and cultural landscapes have mutated into industrial complexes, chaotically blighted with an arsenal of wind turbines. […] Landscapes that are thousands of years old have been aesthetically and ecologically completely destroyed.”
Europe is not the only place that has managed to fully ruin its environment with its “nature protection” programs. A reader just sent me a photo from Aruba. Here’s how this paradise looks today now that environmentalists have implemented their nature protection measures:
Aren’t they just lovely? You just possibly couldn’t think of a better way to protect the environment.