Because You Can’t Power A Country Off A Fake Climate Treaty You Signed …

German cathedral is torn down to make way for coal mining | Daily Mail Online

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7 Responses to Because You Can’t Power A Country Off A Fake Climate Treaty You Signed …

  1. Freddy Boom-Boom says:

    There’s got to be some rich symbolism in this story, no?

    • The Church of Climatology meets the real world.

      • arn says:

        At least they were ready to acceppt a certain kind of reality
        many politicians in the USA won’t

        that renewable energies are still far away from
        being able to replace conventional ones-
        and this will remain until rechargable batteries do not increase their capacities by 200-300%.

        And thx god it was a church,not a mosque.
        In that case many thousand loonatic selfhating racist progressives
        would be protesting to save the building and condemn
        the racist try to destroy the building
        ((while thousands of churchs had been destroyed in the past years in muslim cuntries,by muslims,and noone cares)

  2. Rud Istvan says:

    Without more lignite fired generation, Germany goes dark as the fools close nuclear. More lignite generation requires more lignite. Hence the new coal strip mine. Coulda kept the nuclear and the cathedral. God is not pleased.

  3. AndyG55 says:

    Look at the windows near the Greenpiss activist and on the left spire.

    Many other signs as well.

    This church is an unused relic that is a danger to society anyway.

    Would have needed to be demolished eventually anyway.

    • Mike D says:

      I think they yanked out all the windows and probably interior furnishings for preservation. If you google the name, you can find plenty of very recent pictures of the interior. It seems not very impressive inside, but well maintained. But that’s probably why they’re letting it go. The maintenance must have been really expensive. Plus what does it cost to heat that place?

  4. Extreme Hiatus says:

    Pretty old church. May have been built back when they used wind mills.

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