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TRAVESTY: Germany’s Greens commence deforestation of Enchanted Forest to make way for wind turbines
By Ethan Huff // Dec 11, 2023

Portions of the central German Reinhardwald forest are being bulldozed right now to make way for "environmentally friendly" wind turbines.

The woodland, famously featured in the Grimms' fairy tales, is apparently in the way of Germany's "green" expansion efforts, which include erecting 18 wind turbines around Sababurg Sleeping Beauty Castle.

The Reinhardwald is home to trees that are upwards of 200 years old. It is a uniquely biodiverse ecosystem that nine of the 11 mayors from neighboring municipalities, including the mayor of Wesertal, Cornelius Turrey (SPD), are campaigning to protect from destruction.

"The state of Hesse has driven this, and Habeck is cheering it on," Turrey said to Bild newspaper.

"The Greens in the federal government want wind turbines in the forest. And without sense or reason. We are worried about fire protection, pollution of drinking water and noise for the citizens."

The sparsely populated 200-square-kilometer forested area is located on a sandstone plateau and is renowned for both Grimms' fairy tales and the "Sleeping Beauty" castle of Sababurg.

(Related: Scotland is similarly chopping down 14 million trees in order to build massive "green" wind farms.)

Saving the planet, one forest destruction at a time

Leading the charge to annihilate this precious natural resource and historical treasure is Hesse Environment Minister Priska Hinz (Greens), who has full jurisdiction over the forest and what becomes of it as it belongs strictly to Hesse.

Defending the plan in an interview with Bild, the Greens politician claimed with a straight face that the only way to save the natural environment in Germany is to destroy it.

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"Wind energy makes a decisive contribution to the energy transition and the preservation of nature. It is the only way to preserve forests and important ecosystems."

Each of the 18 wind turbines being installed atop the clear-cut forest land will tower in the sky at 241 meters. Since construction first began, animals have been fleeing the Reinhardswald, including lynx, of which there only existed around 130 as of 2018.

As the Just Stop Oil vest goons mindlessly block traffic in the United Kingdom and elsewhere, we are told that not a single environmental group is protesting the deforestation and destruction of rare animals' habitat.

Conservationist and Federal Cross of Merit recipient Hermann-Josef Rapp is calling the deforestation a tragedy. Widely regarded as the "voice of the Reinhardswald," Rapp has been working in forest matters since 1972, first as a forester and in retirement as an expert who has led some 1,000 guided tours.

"It is the treasure house of European forests," Rapp said about the Reinhardswald. "An ensemble in a class of its own. You can't sacrifice it to the greedy wind power league."

Rapp is currently involved in the "Save the Reinhardswald" initiative, which hopes to save as much of the Reinhardswald as possible. There is hope, though, since Hesse's Minister President Boris Rhein (CDU) has announced plans after state elections to govern without the Greens and instead govern with the SPD.

The Reinhardswald is Germany's oldest nature reserve. It is home to gnarled, centuries-old trees, rare animals and amazing castles.

"The Reinhardswald forest in northern Hesse is something very special, and not only because it's the largest in the state," reported Worldcrunch back in 2018 when news first broke about the scheme.

"One of its characteristics is that it belongs to the general public. But that could be its downfall, because the coalition state government (consisting of the Christian Democrats (CDU) and the Green Party) is planning to build industrial areas right in the middle of it."

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