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Only Israelis are allowed to keep original citizenship, all others forswear loyalty to foreign "prince, power or potentate".
Now, WHY is that?
Once you renounce citizenship, I don't think the united states will let you back in, I'm not entirely sure but I believe that is the case.
It's like prison, that way. You have to commit the crime again and be re-convicted, to be admitted back to the circle of convicts.
US History is the only relevant topic, concerning that failed state.
Good description of someone who works for a dishonest company.
Gabriel was arriving for talks in Brussels on the European Commission's proposal for an energy union, which would deepen cross-border cooperation on energy across the 28-member EU.
Previous efforts to harmonize energy policy have faltered as member states have jealously guarded their right to decide on the kind of energy they use.
Germany's decision to phase out nuclear power sets it at odds with plans by Britain and France to invest in the emissions-free fuel source, which they say plays a major role in combating climate change.
Germany has instead focused on renewable energy, such as wind and solar.
"There are countries in the EU that want to support nuclear power with tax money. We think that is absolutely out of the question," Gabriel said.
"We will not agree by any means that nuclear energy be supported by public money. Nuclear energy is the most expensive kind of generation. It has now been around for 50 years, it is not new and it is dangerous.""
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I'm not an American so go fuck yourself.
Meanwhile "the troll" asserts that an employer refusing to pay someone to do nothing is an "urban legend".
Quote: "Generally, modern small reactors for power generation are expected to have greater simplicity of design, economy of mass production, and reduced siting costs. Most are also designed for a high level of passive or inherent safety in the event of malfunction."
The Areva design does not have "passive or inherent safety".
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Left and right are both useless but this is a private company.
Yes I am aware. Did you even read my post? There's plenty of sexism directed at men and boys but it's ignored because men are all privileged rapists or something.