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Another German Village Falls Victim to Green Policies
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  • Boritz

    “That knee-jerk decision was made in the wake of the 2011 Fukushima disaster as concerns over nuclear energy’s safety spiked, despite the fact that Germany’s reactors, unlike Japan’s, aren’t susceptible to major earthquakes, tsunamis, or volcanoes.”

    Far-Left activists and their friends in government capitalized on the irrational fears of the populace, as the Far-Left is want to do, in the aftermath of an international disaster.

  • Craig Austin

    Raiation killed nobody in Fukishima, the evacuation killed thousands.

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