Protesters be Damned…German Bill Aims To Elevate Unstable Green Energies To Status Of “National Security”!

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By Jouwatch
(Translated/edited by P. Gosselin)

Since everyone is preoccupied with Corona, hardly anyone notices what is being decided to continue destroying Germany:

The German government now wants to make the use of renewable energies a question of national security. “The use of renewable energies for electricity generation is in the public interest and serves public security,” says the draft of the new German Renewable Energy Sources Act, on which the newspaper “Welt am Sonntag” reported.

From the point of view of experts, the decision is of enormous significance.

It concerns a energy-political turning point, say legal experts of energy law at the law firm of Luther, Gernot, Engel, reports Die Welt am Sonntag.

In the controversy over the building  of wind parks, for example, the reference to “public security” may fundamentally impact court rulings. In court proceedings in connection with the expansion of bioenergy, wind and solar power, the reference to “public safety” could restrict the impact rulings by judges, business representatives fear, according to the “Welt am Sonntag”.

The new norm threatens to become a basis for far-reaching state intervention.

The federal government confirmed to Die Welt am Sonntag that the new state consecrations for eco-energy should make it easier to enforce building applications. “The regulation stipulates an overriding public interest in electricity generation from renewable energies as well as a public security interest,” the Federal Ministry of Economics announced in response to an inquiry by the newspaper.

The specification is important for discretionary and public interest rulings by authorities and institutions.

Latest government power-grab

If this law passes, and it will pass because there is no real opposition apart from the AfD party, the path is cleared for Germany. Then wind turbines will be forced to be built directly next to residential areas, and ownership rights will be undermined.

That is the revolution from above. That is energy fascism. Resistance must be stirred up here – and it fatally reminds us of the power grabbing in these times of Corona!

The massively green electricity damaged Wattenrat East Friesian comments on this new underhanded approach as follows:

The renewable energy industry is insatiable, ideologically consolidated and closely linked to politics – and above all very inventive,
if it concerns the preservation of its ecclesiastical  income, which is paid by all current customers through the EEG green energy feed in act to the tune of double-digit billions annually.

Now the use of renewable energies is even supposed to “serve public safety”, says the draft of the new Renewable Energy Sources Act. This would make wind farm sites easier to implement. This is incredibly brazen and wrong because the renewable energies (wind and sun) only work depending on the weather. Especially wind power plants endanger the security of supply due to the erratic feed-in through grid instability unstable power grids, are therefore a public safety risk.”




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9 responses to “Protesters be Damned…German Bill Aims To Elevate Unstable Green Energies To Status Of “National Security”!”

  1. Luigi

    Riding the wave of dumb ideology: everyone is happy while going to mass suicide.
    I do not understand why people do not get the fact that even if they build 500 million wind generators they will still need fossil fuel. So they will not even be free from foreign supply of gas and oil.

    1. posa

      Look. Just give the people what they want. The rest of the world can stand back and decide whether they want the same treatment. Germany deserves what’s being prepared for them.

  2. bonbon

    There is a national security problem, if every durable source of energy is cut off, for example nuclear, Nordstream, SouthStream, brown coal. And on top of that the EU plans a green digital Euro.

    I would say that these efforts still will not save the financial system, and everyone knows inflating such a digital currency will make 1923 look like a Kaffeeklatsch.

    Since this is obvious, are we looking at “crisis management”? I hope everyone knows what that means – Check Carl Schmitt, a hero of the post 9/11 US emergency laws.

    The green digital Euro of course means all transactions , private and corporate, will be tracked. What better way to get public compliance than to cut off access, private or corporate, based on a green grading?

    So what happens if social media content grades peoples access to their savings? Just the threat would be enough.

    After all the “portmonee” problem, “I’ll do nothing until my wallet is threatened”, is well profiled in the US and Germany.

  3. Aussie

    Quite unbelievable.

    ” He who can make you believe in absurdities, can make you commit atrocities” Voltaire

    We have the first part, unfortunately history shows us the second tends to follow fairly quickly.

  4. dennisambler
  5. Patrick Healy

    Well Pierre,
    With such famous “liberals” (before the term was hijacked by Marxists in the U.S. democrat party) as Luther and Engles involved – what could go wrong?
    Sarcasm.

  6. Yonason

    I guess it all depends on your definition of “security?”

    https://wattsupwiththat.com/2020/10/12/washington-state-blows-away-wind-fantasies/
    “…aggressive clean energy policies bring about an unacceptably high risk of power grid blackouts.”

    Anyone who tells you an “unacceptably high risk” of anything will improve your “security” is not your friend.

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