I am struggling to work out what I find most strange about the pulverisation of a wind turbine in Grainsthorpe, Lincolnshire. Off the bat I would say that the fact that the founder of Ecotricity, Dale Vince, approximates potential threats to his wind turbines in relation to farm yard animals? Maybe he just watched the cartoon adaptation of Animal Farm, that had me all lathered up about farms too.
Or maybe the oddest part is that realistically it seems unlikely that a
Catherine Wheel could damage a few-hundred-tonne metal structure TWO MILES AWAY. Apparently the Guardian's Emily Bell was having a firework party nearby and she claims her party is The
explanation for the devastating damage. I mean, if you had a few
hundred fireworks, and you pointed them all at a wind turbine, do you
reckon you could blow it up? I say this is a conspiracy. The Financial Times are involved in it, and we all know the financial world is run by evil Lizard neocons. The husband of the firework sniper is none other than the ENERGY EDITOR of said newspaper. An interesting coincidence no?
The Guardian are clearly covering up the testing of a new weapon, almost certainly from a US weapons base in Staffordshire, and almost certainly in contravention of numerous international arms laws.
Also The Sun clearly have their own agenda. They don't want the filthy Reds to put missiles in western Russia so they are downplaying the Terrifying New Age Weaponry (as I have termed it) angle.
All in all, I think there is a lot more to this than meets the eye. This is the so-called second plane all over again. Probably.