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Atomkraft? Ja bitte!

Without supply security you do not have national security. And thanks to the Ukrainians holding out as long as they have, Germany is going through a political revolution. Gone are the politics of appeasement. And, quite possibly, is the politics … Continue reading

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Without supply security you do not have national security

This is not the “Ukraine Conflict”, the “Ukrain Crisis”, nor is it the “Ukraine Issue”. It is “The Russian Invasion of Ukraine“. Don’t accept the language of the aggressor. I am happy that Germany, finally, has put a stop to … Continue reading

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Quick thoughts about national security, Germany, and Russia

I believe that a nation needs to be self-reliant in order to be secure. I acknowledge that “nation” can be a larger group, like the EU, provided that group can be trusted to act correctly and in unison. Sometimes “nation” … Continue reading

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So, is NetzDG good?

Following the endless saga of governments trying to restrict free speech, it is worth considering the German NetzDG law. NetzDG, Netzwerkdurchsetzungsgesetz (I am not kidding), subtitled “Gesetz zur Verbesserung der Rechtsdurchsetzung in sozialen Netzwerken”, or the “Network Enforcement Act” for … Continue reading

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Uncomfortable thought about Nuclear Energy

Three things I’ve mentioned before: That nuclear power, had it been introduced today, would have been hailed as a saviour of the climate, as it, even sustainably, could provide us clean energy with zero emissions for millennia. Not only safer … Continue reading

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Good thing the Germans have so many solar panels

Just think how this would look if they didn’t. But at least they are cheaper than the French, right? No. Safer? No, France is using nuclear power where Germany is using coal.

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