Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Green Madness

So outrageous, I went to the original German news report here to confirm it.


German ZDF public television recently had story about how this summer the town of Gescher in the Muensterland region of North Rhine Westphalia installed new solar powered street lamps for the handsome sum of 28,000 euros (roughly $32,000). The 5 lamps are supposed to illuminate a 1500-meter stretch of a bicycle/pedestrian path to make it safe for children on the way to a sports facility.

The don’t work at night when they’re supposed to!

But the ZDF reporter tells us there’s just one small problem with the solar powered streetlamps:
…the new designer lamps have one very decisive disadvantage: When it’s nighttime in Muensterland, the expensive lamps unfortunately remain dark.”...

er burgermeister Thomas Kerkhoff doesn’t understand what all the fuss is about. He defends the installation of the lamps, telling ZDF television:
For the exterior area of our sports facility we wanted to offer our bicycle riders, citizens and children a safe path, and thus five lamps are better than no lamps.”
Better (even if they don’t function).
- See more at: http://notrickszone.com/2015/10/26/german-town-of-gescher-installs-9-solar-street-lamps-that-dont-work-at-night-for-28000-euros/#sthash.hv4b90uK.O7wlfGEG.dpuf

 German ZDF public television recently had story about how this summer the town of Gescher in the Muensterland region of North Rhine Westphalia installed new solar powered street lamps for the handsome sum of 28,000 euros (roughly $32,000). The 5 lamps are supposed to illuminate a 1500-meter stretch of a bicycle/pedestrian path to make it safe for children on the way to a sports facility.
The don’t work at night when they’re supposed to!
But the ZDF reporter tells us there’s just one small problem with the solar powered streetlamps:
- See more at: http://notrickszone.com/2015/10/26/german-town-of-gescher-installs-9-solar-street-lamps-that-dont-work-at-night-for-28000-euros/#sthash.hv4b90uK.O7wlfGEG.dpuf
German ZDF public television recently had story about how this summer the town of Gescher in the Muensterland region of North Rhine Westphalia installed new solar powered street lamps for the handsome sum of 28,000 euros (roughly $32,000). The 5 lamps are supposed to illuminate a 1500-meter stretch of a bicycle/pedestrian path to make it safe for children on the way to a sports facility.
The don’t work at night when they’re supposed to!
But the ZDF reporter tells us there’s just one small problem with the solar powered streetlamps:
- See more at: http://notrickszone.com/2015/10/26/german-town-of-gescher-installs-9-solar-street-lamps-that-dont-work-at-night-for-28000-euros/#sthash.hv4b90uK.O7wlfGEG.dpuf
Gescher burgermeister Thomas Kerkhoff doesn’t understand what all the fuss is about. He defends the installation of the lamps, telling ZDF television:
For the exterior area of our sports facility we wanted to offer our bicycle riders, citizens and children a safe path, and thus five lamps are better than no lamps.”
Better (even if they don’t function).
- See more at: http://notrickszone.com/2015/10/26/german-town-of-gescher-installs-9-solar-street-lamps-that-dont-work-at-night-for-28000-euros/#sthash.hv4b90uK.O7wlfGEG.dpuf

This is the problem with being Green: it's all a big scam for looting by the politically connected.

Gescher burgermeister Thomas Kerkhoff doesn’t understand what all the fuss is about. He defends the installation of the lamps, telling ZDF television:
For the exterior area of our sports facility we wanted to offer our bicycle riders, citizens and children a safe path, and thus five lamps are better than no lamps.”
Better (even if they don’t function).
- See more at: http://notrickszone.com/2015/10/26/german-town-of-gescher-installs-9-solar-street-lamps-that-dont-work-at-night-for-28000-euros/#sthash.hv4b90uK.O7wlfGEG.dpuf
German ZDF public television recently had story about how this summer the town of Gescher in the Muensterland region of North Rhine Westphalia installed new solar powered street lamps for the handsome sum of 28,000 euros (roughly $32,000). The 5 lamps are supposed to illuminate a 1500-meter stretch of a bicycle/pedestrian path to make it safe for children on the way to a sports facility.
The don’t work at night when they’re supposed to!
But the ZDF reporter tells us there’s just one small problem with the solar powered streetlamps:
…the new designer lamps have one very decisive disadvantage: When it’s nighttime in Muensterland, the expensive lamps unfortunately remain dark.”
- See more at: http://notrickszone.com/2015/10/26/german-town-of-gescher-installs-9-solar-street-lamps-that-dont-work-at-night-for-28000-euros/#sthash.hv4b90uK.O7wlfGEG.dpuf
German ZDF public television recently had story about how this summer the town of Gescher in the Muensterland region of North Rhine Westphalia installed new solar powered street lamps for the handsome sum of 28,000 euros (roughly $32,000). The 5 lamps are supposed to illuminate a 1500-meter stretch of a bicycle/pedestrian path to make it safe for children on the way to a sports facility.
The don’t work at night when they’re supposed to!
But the ZDF reporter tells us there’s just one small problem with the solar powered streetlamps:
- See more at: http://notrickszone.com/2015/10/26/german-town-of-gescher-installs-9-solar-street-lamps-that-dont-work-at-night-for-28000-euros/#sthash.hv4b90uK.O7wlfGEG.dpuf
German ZDF public television recently had story about how this summer the town of Gescher in the Muensterland region of North Rhine Westphalia installed new solar powered street lamps for the handsome sum of 28,000 euros (roughly $32,000). The 5 lamps are supposed to illuminate a 1500-meter stretch of a bicycle/pedestrian path to make it safe for children on the way to a sports facility.
The don’t work at night when they’re supposed to!
But the ZDF reporter tells us there’s just one small problem with the solar powered streetlamps:
- See more at: http://notrickszone.com/2015/10/26/german-town-of-gescher-installs-9-solar-street-lamps-that-dont-work-at-night-for-28000-euros/#sthash.hv4b90uK.O7wlfGEG.dpuf

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