A network of right-wing organizations has developed a national PR campaign to turn the American public against wind farms and discredit renewable energy, according to a memo obtained by the Guardian.
The "National PR Campaign Proposal" was written by Illinois anti-wind attorney Rich Porter and edited by senior fellow of the American Tradition Institute (ATI) John Droz Jr. and initially discussed at a meeting of 'wind warriors' from across the country last February in Washington D.C., according to the Guardian.
Europe's leaders, including David Cameron, have been warned to adopt a more "cautious" approach when discussing multiculturalism. The Norwegian chairman of the Nobel peace prize committee has told them they risk inflaming far-right and anti-Muslim sentiment.
Thorbjørn Jagland, a former prime minister of his country, said leaders such as the British premier would be "playing with fire" if they continued to use rhetoric that could be exploited by extremists.