If you missed it WATCH IT HERE. It will only be there for the next 14 days.
Believe me, it is important. It is inspirational.
Even the bloody BBC (who would have given Hitler a good press) have difficulties showing the "good" side of the corporate windfarm carpet baggers.
( Note to BBC: - Maybe that is because the "good" side doesn't exist? )
This episode is a chance to see a true English Hero called Mike Hulme, with a group of ordinary people defend their country and homes from a ruthless corporate windfarm developer. The developer is all smiles (and crocodile tears) for the camera, but their spin and propaganda cannot hide their planned ugly profiteering at expense of the locals.
Reluctantly the locals, led by Mike Hulme mount an expensive legal challenge in the High court. They almost won.
|Mike Hulme and his wife. True English heros|
I don't know what the final episode will bring. In this the third episode, the developers, in true Gaddaffi (No Mercy) style, seek to extract their pound of flesh. They slaver over the prospect of getting full legal costs and ruining Mike on the imaginary pretext that someone must be backing him.
Their ruthless quest to trample over anyone who gets in their way bodes ill for the next episode, but fits exactly with what people have found elsewhere.
At least this time the judge gave the bastards a hammering. Mike got away without having to pay their fees. Which was Oh So Sweet.
I just loved the confrontation in the coffee house after the judgement. Mike, I admire your restraint.
We all now know these corporate windfarm carpet baggers have to release their data, which they have refused to do until now.
That is thanks to Mike Hulme and the Den Brook Defence committee. We all owe them a great debt for leading the way.
Well done Mike, and your friends in Den Brook. You have my admiration and respect.