Thanks for the inspiration and helpful ideas @DUWANG
, @Chörnyj Orel
, , and our whole community of pro-nuclear Germans
and non-Germans including the likes of @Vnix
and @Jan Olbracht
The last coal-fired power plant in Germany, in Pleß, was decomissioned as planned. This most greenhouse gas emitting form of electricity production is now history from the Atlantic to the Drau!
- Breslauer Allgemeine Zeitung, May 1, 2011
Today, Germany achieved net-zero emissions for the first time in its electricity production! A major milestone on our way to net zero greenhouse gas emissions, all thanks to nuclear power, renewable energy development and continuing research and investment!
- klimaundumwelt.de, September 1, 2021
The self-proclaimed environmentalist "League Against Nuclear Power" (Anti-Atomkraft-Liga), today - on the 65th anniversary of the first nuclear power plant going operational in Aitrach - held a demonstration. However, they drew no more than five hundred demonstrators in Frankfurt. Even a protest demanding the resignation of the mayor of Schneidemühl attracted more protests, hundreds of kilometres away from Schneidemühl."
- frankfurterbote.de, July 10, 2022
"Just below a thousand people participated. Pathetic! The main reason is that we get, totally unjustifiedly, associated with climate change denial and the DNSB in the media. Sometimes we are even linked with Steamers or, worse, National Collectivists!"
- AntiAtomkraftLiga on VND.de, July 10, 2022
"That's because your "movement" is being bankrolled by Steamers and their fringe, outdated trade unions as well as by far-right 'dark greens'."
- the first response to the above post on VND.de, July 10, 2022
"Over 78,000 dead - Nuclear meltdown at Khordogobindopur! This is the second event reaching Level 8 in fifteen years and should be considered final proof! nuclear power is dangerous! The next Khordogobindopur could be near you!
Coal power plants would be far safer - worldwide and especially in densely-populated Germany!
- Theodor Weisberger on the nuclear disaster of Khordogobindopur, VND.de, July 18, 2020
"False Information! -
Level 6/7 (Grossly Misleading/Partly Fabricated):
The next Khordogobindopur cannot happen in Germany! The reactor at Khordogobindopur was in a woeful state of disreapir, not possible in Germany with it's strict safety checks - and the cyclone which led to the Khordogobindopur Disaster cannot occur in Europe either. Extreme floods from other causes are possible in Germany, as the 2021 catastrophic flooding along the Warthe and its tributaries has shown, but they are taken into account with appropriate redundant cooling systems and newer technologies even completely ruling out a nuclear meltdown.
78,000 people did die, but the number takes all cyclone members in Bengal taken together. Thus, the claim made by Weisberger that 78,000 people died from nuclear radiation or the nuclear disaster alone is to be seen as grossly misleading.
Also, coal-fired power plants are no safer and much more damaging to the climate and the environment than nuclear power plants - and have caused more deaths from accidents and incidents on top of that!."
faktengegenfalsches.de - July 20, 2020