The globalist plan for nuclear energy
The globalists aren’t naïve enough to think they will be able to sustain us with solar and wind energy. The plan appears to be to wean us from oil to nuclear, in order to power designated super cities.
“The use of liquid sodium has many problems. It’s a very volatile material that can catch fire if it’s exposed to air or water,” Edwin Lyman, director of nuclear power safety with the Union of Concerned Scientists science advocacy nonprofit, said Tuesday.
Countries including the U.S. have experimented with sodium-cooled fast reactors for decades but only Russia has fielded such a reactor on a large, power-producing scale, Lyman said.
“Honestly I don’t understand the motivation,” Lyman said. “There are some people who are just strong advocates for it and they’ve sort of won the day here by convincing Bill Gates that this is a good technology to pursue.”
I don’t know anything about sodium nuke plants. My grandfather was a nuclear engineer, and I’m not opposed to nuclear energy. My only skepticism is of the integrity and competence of those running this ship.
Another commercial owned proposal in the Tri Cities, Washington.
We will likely see a continued push in this direction through the decade, with operations popping up away from major populated areas.
Escher-Wyss had been involved with manufacturing and installing nuclear technology at least as early as 1962, as shown by this patent for a “heat exchange arrangement for a nuclear power plant” and this patent from 1966 for a “nuclear reactor gas-turbine plant with emergency cooling”. After Schwab left Sulzer Escher-Wyss, Sulzer would also help to develop special turbocompressors for uranium enrichment to yield reactor fuels.
When Klaus Schwab joined Sulzer Escher-Wyss in 1967 and started the reorganisation of the company to be a technology corporation, the involvement of Sulzer Escher-Wyss in the darker aspects of the global nuclear arms race became immediately more pronounced. Before Klaus became involved, Escher-Wyss had often concentrated on helping design and build parts for civilian uses of nuclear technology, e.g. nuclear power generation.
Yet, with the arrival of the eager Mr. Schwab also came the company’s participation in the illegal proliferation of nuclear weapons technology. By 1969, the incorporation of Escher Wyss into Sulzer was fully completed and they would be rebranded into Sulzer AG, dropping the historic name Escher-Wyss from their name.
It was eventually revealed, thanks to a review and report carried out by the Swiss authorities and a man named Peter Hug, that Sulzer Escher-Wyss began secretly procuring and building key parts for nuclear weapons during the 1960s.
The company, while Schwab was on the board, also began playing a critical key role in the development of South Africa’s illegal nuclear weapons programme during the darkest years of the apartheid regime. Klaus Schwab was a leading figure in the founding of a company culture which helped Pretoria build six nuclear weapons and partially assemble a seventh.
Klaus Schwab himself has personal and family ties to nuclear energy and nuclear weapons. Nuclear technology has been part of the globalist mindset for a long time, and is perhaps now sparking back up out of necessity for power in the immediate future. This, I believe, is how they plan to fill the energy gap.
Honestly my concern has been that they won’t even try to fill the energy gap.
But I hadn’t considered the possibility that they would build out plants to run the infrastructure of the smart cities while choking off the energy that a regular subject gets.
I was kind of hoping that the energy required to run a post great reset world wouldn’t be there and they would fail quickly
They certainly may fail. I can’t help but wonder what their movies are in some of their strategy. I know little about sodium nuke plants, but there seems to be skepticism behind their function.
I’m not against nuclear power. I actually think it’s a good option. The problem lies with everything else, that we have to be responsible and capable to handle our technologies.
Their energy agenda won’t be perfect. What they’re trying to do in a short time should take a century. Things will be rocky, and thus there will be gaps in their power.
I’m sorry (not). My gut response is: Where will the people come from who will construct, let alone maintain and operate this techno-hopium? Generally speaking, I don’t think the world “does” this anymore. Like most businesses, I can’t hire folks to do anything. end rant…..Aloha, Steve
There will be plenty of workers when the market crashes and people have to downgrade.
The gates plant is being run by workers from a coal mine in the area which shut down. At least that is what is reported.
Screw Gates. Rolls-Royce leading the way in SMR’s. Otherwise Finland has the model for larger reactors (and they’ve solved the waste problem by burying it super deep underground too).
Nuclear is a must for cheap, reliable power for the future. Keep them away from fault lines and tsunamis and they’re a no-brainer.