Return To Peasant Lifestyle: Germany Closes Last Nuclear Power Plant

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The Dark Ages represented the worst period in human history, with suffering, misery and poverty. Technocracy is a form of neo-Feudalism that is headed in the same direction, and Germany is leading the way. By the time they figure out what is happening, it will be too late to stop it.⁃ TN Editor

One might say that the timing could not be worse for the implementation of “net zero” climate goals given the already boiling economic instability across the western world.  Then again, maybe the timing is perfect for the people in power?

With stagflation still running rampant in the US and Europe the last thing anyone should be worried about is a less than 1°C rise in global temperatures in the past 100 years.  There is no concrete evidence of any significant climate crisis, and all the people who tell us a crisis is right around the corner do so while raking in billions in funding dollars from governments and think-tank institutions with a vested interest in reinforcing the hysteria.  In other words, there is no basis for exponential restrictions on “greenhouse gas” emissions.  The climate crisis claim is a sham. 

When the policies of the climate cult are examined with a clear head, it becomes obvious that saving the planet is not a primary concern.  Rather, the purpose of the agenda is to increase power to government bureaucracies on a level not seen since the feudal empires of centuries past.  Get ready for the return of the peasant lifestyle…

One factor that consistently arises in the fight over climate change mandates is the increasing need for energy clashing with deliberate cuts to the means of production.  Establishment elites want restricted energy access for the public, and they want people to pay more for each slice of the ever shrinking pie.  A perfect example of this dynamic is the widespread effort by such governments to shut down nuclear power plants, one of the cleanest forms of energy we have from the standpoint of carbon emissions.  

Germany, already in the midst of an energy shortfall due to the loss of natural gas supplies from Russia, has also just closed its last three operational nuclear power plants this past week, leaving the nation high and dry when it comes to easy accessible electricity.  Germany has some of the highest residential electricity prices in all of Europe and they are about to explode even more in the near term.

As energy prices rose last year as a result of the Ukraine conflict, certain members of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s government became hesitant to close the nuclear plants as planned on December 31, 2022. Scholz agreed to a one-time extension of the deadline but insisted on the final countdown taking place on April 15.

Alongside the closure of the nuclear plants, German multinational electric utility E.ON increased its prices by as much as 45% starting June 1.

“In parts of NRW (North Rhine-Westphalia), the new price is 49.44 cents gross per kilowatt hour, which means an adjustment of around 45 percent for an average consumption,” said a spokesman for Eon Energie in Germany.

Ironically, shortages last winter compelled the German government to increase coal fired power plant operations, yet they are still shutting down clean energy nuclear plants to make way for so-called renewables.  If climate change initiatives don’t seem to be making much sense these days, its because there is no logic behind them other than to create incremental chaos.  The confusion over conflicting green policies makes way for notoriously inefficient wind and solar power farms that cannot sustain the existing population, but it also allows for a global political power grab on an unprecedented scale.

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Patrick Wood
Patrick Wood is a leading and critical expert on Sustainable Development, Green Economy, Agenda 21, 2030 Agenda and historic Technocracy. He is the author of Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation (2015) and co-author of Trilaterals Over Washington, Volumes I and II (1978-1980) with the late Antony C. Sutton.
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Far worse than Medieval feudalism!
Far worse than anything Orwell depicted!
The technocrats will hold unlimited power over every aspect of human existence.
Without a miracle they will drive humanity to extinction. After murdering 6,000,000,000+ and torturing the survivors beyond what the human frame can bear.

Ian T

Freedom is taken. Take it back.

Ian T

Such hypocrisy. UN Sustainable Development Goals 13 and 15 are diametrically in conflict in implementation; CO2 is HEALING the planet (as proven by increasing leaf area index NASA measurements) yet being limited. Germany buys into the CO2 alarmism, but dismantles the MOST capable way of producing power without CO2 generation. US is in same sad state, hence San Onofre decommission; U.S. is following the same path (and giving away our fuel reserves so China can burn it without pollution controls). Socialism- “this is the way” … of self-destruction.

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I do not like nuclear energy as a solution to the planet’s energy production, never have. It’s wasteful, produces poisons which must be stored underground; NM is one location. There is no serious oversight of waste after it’s stored, even though the Energy Commission denies this fact. Again, NM’s underground storage was leaking like a sieve a few years ago and the PPM count was so high above safety levels that breathing the air was toxic to its city residents and local American Indian tribes. The so-called authorities ignored the public’s outcry on this matter downplaying the leak itself and… Read more »