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This is exciting. Germany’s strategic approach shut down nuclear power stations will be revealed soon. Cicero gets to analyse whether or not the government acted in the country’s best interest. Here are my questions.

Once upon a time, Germany decided to shut down it’s nuclear power stations which ended up happening last year. People, there is a cost of living crisis going on. Further to minister Robert Harbeck’s idea to switch to H2, affecting 50% of households using gas heating to convert to H2 as stated here, the following […]

This is exciting. Germany’s strategic approach shut down nuclear power stations will be revealed soon. Cicero gets to analyse whether or not the government acted in the country’s best interest. Here are my questions. Read More »

The European Union: Trojan Horse or Beacon of Unity?

In recent years, the European Union (EU) has faced mounting criticism, with some arguing that it has morphed into a Trojan horse, undermining the sovereignty of its member states by usurping their decision-making powers. This perception has gained traction amidst debates over issues such as immigration, economic policy, and regulatory standards. However, a nuanced examination

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Am I the only one who did not realise how much the people have already achieved against current agendas?

We have a lot to talk about. Recently, Klaus Schwab of the World Economic Forum, expressed concern about libertarianism. The latter means that you as a citizen, appreciate a government that actually works for its citizens and interferes as little as possible. Read “interference as little as possible as “within reason”, please 😉 There is

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