Would have been true, if not for the environmentalist anti-nuke nuts.
Spoken like a true nutter yourself, but at least you're consistent.
For a more reasonable and fact-based view, see Maury Markowitz's reasoning: Why fusion will never happen
You can argue all the technical superiorities of fission over wind all you want - in fact, they're pretty much all true. It is a fact that wind cannot be dispatched while nuclear has a CF around 90% and provides all sorts of baseload. Here's the problem with all of those arguments: the bank doesn't give a crap.
In summary, it's economics and bankers, not some leftist boogie man that you love to point to.
Shows, again, that you know shit about any of these things.