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EU countries fire up coal power. Ursula panics to keep Green agenda alive. Update 2

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EU countries fire up coal power. Ursula panics to keep Green agenda alive. Update 2
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Helga Fellay
Helga Fellay
June 22, 2022

Fascinating solution to the energy crisis by Ursula von der Genius. We can’t support all industries with power, but only “favorable” industries, but not the “unfavorable” industries. Notice she does NOT refer to them as “essential” industries, such as food production, vs. unessential businesses, such as Victoria’s Secret. One assumes that all industries that have not gone bankrupt must be considered “favorable” by consumers. So it’s not the consumers who will determine which industries will be “essential and allowed to be supplied with power, and which are to be destroyed. Let me guess. Could it be those industries that fill… Read more »

Tom
Tom
Reply to  Helga Fellay
June 22, 2022

Von der Leyen is unelected. Could it be she has been chosen to run the agenda of her masters in the EU plantation?

Jim
Jim
June 22, 2022

“Classic” Open coal powered generators, … energy scarcity is a scam, as is Fuel scarcity,.. & the scam of “Global warming” Lmao…… we live in a criminal scam world !

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Richard
Richard
June 22, 2022
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