Sunday, 4 April 2010

£73 BILLION CLEAN UP OF OLD NUCLEAR POWER STATIONS TO BE HURRIED THROUGH


The Government's £73bn nuclear decommissioning programme is to be accelerated with a radical repackaging of its private sector contracts.

That is why RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES like wind-power and wave-power and carbon capture technologies should be sought with added vigour.   Not because of GLOBAL WARMING, or any other reason dreamt up by some GREEN HIPPY to save Polar Bears but because of the cost involved in cleaning up NUCLEAR POWER STATIONS.  Oh, and the jobs created in the Scottish Economy will also be quite helpful.

12 comments:

banned said...

Aha, you must be that guy who is so keen to infest Rannoch Moor with fucking useless wind turbines.

Dark Lochnagar said...

Banned, it could do with the odd wind turbine to help the scenery. What a God forsaken place that is.

banned said...

Fucking heathen.

TractorStats said...

The windmills of my mind, grooveeeeeeeee

Dark Lochnagar said...

Banned, well it is a dead place. Have you ever been up there in the gloaming in the dead of Winter. Fucking eerie!

Dark Lochnagar said...

TractorStats, you must be an old hippy if you rememebre that. Was it not sung or should I say spoken, by some shite actor?

climate change denier said...

I love Rannoch Moor the way it is thanks. Especially about 7am with the mist and the sun just rising and roaring through it on my motorbike after a camping stopover in Glencoe.
Ha ha wind power and wave power. Don't forget the £400Bn carbon credit scam aswell. Yes we'll all be better off using green technologies ( NOT).

http://bishophill.squarespace.com/

banned said...

"Have you ever been up there in the gloaming in the dead of Winter." Perhaps not the dead of winter but just before Easter, frequently.

Dark Lochnagar said...

Climate changer, I come form the bollox lobby as well, but what interests me are the jobs and the boost it will give to the Scotish Economy. Nuclar is fine, but it's when you have to clear up the costs come in. Who pays for that? The Power comapnies, aye right! I don't think a belt and braces approach is a bad idea particularly if it brings benefits to the country.

7 a.m., FUCK ME!

Dark Lochnagar said...

Banned, aye weel they say that in the gloaming in the dead of winter, the dead bodies of the MacDonald slain come doon from Glencoe tae the moor. Aye and they say a man's hair can turn white overnight and that's withoot a drammie o' twa. Dinnae ye be goin back there my bonny bairn. You're my top commenter and Ah dinnae want tae lose ye man!

climate change denier said...

DL
Ha ha My Yamaha Fazer 600 flying at 100mph through Glencoe then Rannoch Moor tends to change my perspective.
But I think the SNP/ Tory/ Lib Dum pro green £600Bn carbon tax aint the answer.

Dark Lochnagar said...

Deniers, as George Orwell said two tax good, four tax bad. Aye, I've never been one for a motorbike but I could appreciate that the long slope through Glencoe on a bike would be excellent. Just watch oot for sheep!