The following article from the Hungarian Tuti blog concerns the “climate change” policies of the German-led European Union, and how they will be applied and enforced in Central Europe.
CrossWare, who translated the piece, includes this background information:
The Tuti blog (Tuti is Hungarian slang for “Total”) is an offshoot from pestisracok.hu, a right-wing conservative portal.
Its language and tone are more adjusted for the younger generation (Generation Z), who do not like to mince words nor speak overly diplomatically.
The German word Energiewunderwaffe (a compound word that seems to have been coined by the Tuti blog, building on Wunderwaffe) used in the title means, roughly, “energy miracle-weapon”. The illustration shows Greek fire being employed by a Byzantine vessel.
Energiewunderwaffe in a climate championship
January 21, 2020
by Piréz Róbert [Pirate Robert — alias]
According to rumors, the more developed countries of the European core, the German-led Axis, have found, in addition to the Article 7 procedure, another way of robbing the more recently arrived Central European countries: some of their cohesion and agricultural resources will be spent on climate protection — and because they are the biggest polluters on the continent — dedicated to themselves.
In addition to a single country, Poland, only the Western core states are expected to benefit from the so-called ‘one-size-fits-all’ EU climate money. The rest will get some small change from the $10,000 billion program. The proposed mechanism for distributing money is ridiculously one-sided both in terms of population and in areas targeted for improvement. It is as if the cumulated emissions of a country depend only on the mode of energy production and on the industrial segment, and the transportation and less environmentally friendly heating technologies would not cause serious ecological problems that can be redeemed only by huge investments.
The program includes a grant of €7.5 billion (i.e. free cash), which will be allocated according to the following criteria, according to the Portfolio.hu article:
- The so-called greenhouse gas emissions from industrial installations in high-carbon regions
- The number of people employed in industry in high-carbon regions
- Employment related to coal and lignite mining
- Peat moss production
- Sand oil production
Among the less environmentally friendly industrial segments, they have apparently looked to European public finances to tackle the main challenges facing their own economies. They have chosen those who are affected by the increasingly uncompetitive economy of the self-destructing Germans, wanting to pour money in so that the newcomer Central and Eastern European states will not be able to take advantage of the stupidity of the Germans and be able to bring in some of the backlog. After World War 2, they were sewn with barbed wire.
The Germans calculated how to convert to green energy without affecting their competitiveness, but with the precision of world wars, so again they left a variable out of the equation. However, the Green Third Reich will not last for a thousand years — they are in trouble on the climate front, so they are forcing the minions to take their share of the major air strike; they send divisions and free supplies, and then they will have the final climate victory.
If the Germans f***ed it up, then it would be nice if everyone else gets f***ed too, because that’s fair — so says Germanic logic in a reflexive way.
If we are not prepared to replace our nuclear energy, which guarantees our competitiveness with ridiculously inefficient technologies, then the first step is to launch an infringement procedure (in 1944 this was called “occupation”) for failing to meet their fabricated emission allowances, and in the second round they can continue to finance — from the Cohesion Fund — their dead-end energy policies.
How interesting is this European rule of law, right? If we do not meet the quotas, we will be penalized; if the Germans do not comply, free money will be withdrawn for them.
And they do all this completely shamelessly. For years German energy policy reform, Energiewende, was celebrated, and every day in a production report was written (and written with the help of the loyalist propagandists who serve foreign interests for money) the brilliant idea of shutting down nuclear power plants because wind and sun are free, elegantly silencing the ecological footprint of wind and solar power plants; in addition, they denied burning lignite (mined under from temples and villages today) and are quietly buying French nuclear power.
Up until now the preaching has been that the Germans won the 21st century because they were the fastest to switch. Now it has turned out that, unfortunately, they had just won the same way they calculated their victories in the 20th century, and now they are forced to rob our region again. (Oh, it comes to mind: when are they going to pay us for all the food, raw materials, and war supplies we shipped to them during the war? That one billion German imperial brand? These pretty cabbage-stuffers owe us billions of euros for over seventy years.)
Instead of Lebensraum, Energieraum is the new slogan, and it would be our role in a unifying, increasingly imperial Europe to serve German interests.
Did we learn anything from the 20th century?