Fine, Germany. Let’s talk about banning nuclear fire.

I’d thought “mountainbear” had alerted us to the tremendous success Germany’s Green Party just enjoyed. But can’t find the specific comment.

Anyway, the anti-nuclear crowd has made immense headway in Europe.

Okay. For the sake of saving lives, I’ll take them on. Anyone. Everyone. Singly or simultaneously, but the second option is preferred. Destroying them one-by-one would really cut into my free time.

So, “greens”…put all your pretty little heads together for me. Please?


I challenge you to a duel!

But first, a repost. See, Greens, mankind has had this sort of discussion before. And because we have…

…one ancient, trembling caveman is more intelligent than all of you.


Yes, I went there. What are you going to do about it?


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I've accepted that all of you are socially superior to me. But no pretending that any of you are rational.
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5 Responses to Fine, Germany. Let’s talk about banning nuclear fire.

  1. DHP says:

    Well the ‘greens’ in the US are not particularly for or against nuclear. I’d say some of loudest support for nuclear comes from the climate change crowd, visible at places like

  2. Ronny says:

    Germany has me puzzled. From where in its Kyoto Treaty-abiding energy capacity does it expect to be meeting its electricity needs in 10, 20, or 30 years? Are there rivers enough left that can be dammed? How much acreage of their landscape are they willing to give over to wind turbines? How productive will solar panels on every roof be during the Teutonic winters? Is there some incredible, untapped source of geothermal power? What, especially, will they do when the green dream of the electric car having replaced the internal combustion engine becomes reality? Whence will come the power needed for those millions of batteries?

    Because it apparently won’t be coming from nuclear power. Good luck with that, Deutschland.

    • wormme says:

      Just an hour ago I saw (think it was Drudge) that Europe now plans to ban cars from its cities by 2050.

      Damn, if only we had even a workable economic plan here. In two decades you and I could could buy up dukedoms and baronies and strut all about our European domains.

      • Ronny says:

        Michael Walsh over at NRO reacted to this news thusly:

        “I always wanted to experience medieval Europe; now, if I live to be 101, I just may get the chance.”

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