Posted by: Grant | June 29, 2012

800,000 Germans Cut Off!

 In Australia we have a carbon tax to make extremely expensive, non-alternative, power, slightly more viable and then compensate everybody for it and try to sell it as painless!
I mean, what is the point of that – why bother?!
Why Insult our intelligence?

Do they think that we did not notice the Rio Climate Conference collapse into high farce!

In this article we see extremely expensive German Green power causing so much grief that there is mad scramble to compensate the 600-800,000 consumers who have had their power cut off – DURH!

German Pols Now Demanding Energy Welfare For Its Citizens – 800,000 Have Had Their Electricity Cut Off!
By P Gosselin on 26. Juni 2012
Energy poverty is sweeping over modern Germany like never before.
“Flagship German newspaper Die Welt has an online report titled: Fast 800.000 Deutsche können Strom nicht bezahlen. In English: Almost 800,000 Germans cannot pay for electricity…. “

” …Aribert Peters, Chairman of the Bund der Energieverbraucher (Association of Energy Consumers) says that already 600,000 to 800,000 people in Germany have had their electricity cut off, all thanks to skyrocketing electricity prices due to friendly green energy.
Spooked, a number of leading politicians and consumer advocates are now calling for financial assistance for low income households, i.e. energy welfare. Die Welt writes:… “



  1. Hi Grant,
    This is just around the corner here in Oz. Already there were 30,000 people that could not afford their power bills and the carbon tax hasn’t started yet, the whole thing is beyond belief.

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