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There is no energy crisis. There is only an immeasurable waste of energy.
In order to be happy, man does not need mechanical energy, but internal creative energy.
We produce in a panic, consume like crazy, waste blindly, and man is degraded to a consumption machine. Nuclear energy is probably meant to reinforce this most dangerous of all enslavements.
Whoever propagates nuclear energy is either extremely short-sighted, tendentiously informed, or consciously criminal. It is the government’s responsibility to inform the population about the dangers of nuclear energy.
Nuclear energy is not only an ecological, but also a gigantic economic catastrophe.
Nuclear energy, too, this final aberration in the history of mankind, was only possible because the focus is only on the seemingly rational. Moral-aesthetic values are missing, and the link between man and creation, which is represented by art. Without art, without the creative, there is nothing.
From: CULTURE AGAINST NUCLEAR POWER, 1980
Free nature preserves our freedom too.
The further we move away from nature, the less free we become.
From: FREE NATURE, 1984
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