Finally, there is no country in the world that gets more than 10% of its electricity from wind farms.
What, except for Denmark which is over 20%? And Spain which is slightly over 10%, with a few other European countries such as Germany expected to pass 10% in the next few years.
I don't have anything against nuclear power, but obviously wind has its very important place in a sustainable future making up 20%-30% (up to eventually potentially around 50% as the grid becomes able to support it) of all power generation, while leaving the rest for nuclear, solar, etc. Wind has competitive cost comparable to nuclear however you spin it, and obviously less risks.
I could agree that nuclear still has a place in the near to medium term future if you consider the risks of nuclear to be in any case preferable to burning coal (as I do), but I don't follow why your support of nuclear has to translate into criticising (somewhat inaccurately) the very valuable place of wind power in our future.