Wind farms ‘a threat to national security’

From The Times:

Senior Government Official*:

I want to be very clear now about what I want the public to do. There are two requests here. We need the public’s energy to help us.

Firstly anyone who has information about where these turbines currently are – please get in touch, our radar and hi-tec equipment are experiencing some problems. Second, do not approach these so-called farms but take photos. We are particularly keen to see these turbines in an idyllic setting, preferably bathed in a warm sunset with waves gently lapping the structures.

*According to GD

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About Charlie Edwards

Charlie Edwards is Director of National Security and Resilience Studies at the Royal United Services Institute. Prior to RUSI he was a Research Leader at the RAND Corporation focusing on Defence and Security where he conducted research and analysis on a broad range of subject areas including: the evaluation and implementation of counter-violent extremism programmes in Europe and Africa, UK cyber strategy, European emergency management, and the role of the internet in the process of radicalisation. He has undertaken fieldwork in Iraq, Somalia, and the wider Horn of Africa region.