Nuclear fraud continues

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If you believe, like I do, that nuclear [unclear] power is a clear hoax, and you live in Ontario, like I do, then you should be plenty upset and disturbed by this article.

Ontario taxpayers and their descendants will be saddled with a crippling debt that can only be imagined by other nuclear global fraudsters. 

This may be the worst part of my discovery of the hoax.

Bruce Power is working to secure the commitment from its two leading shareholders – TransCanada Corp. and the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System (OMERS) – for a 15-year, $15-billion project to refurbish six Candu reactors at its Lake Huron site.

The effort comes after Saskatoon-based uranium giant Cameco Corp. reached an agreement in January to sell its 31.6-per-cent stake in the nuclear power operator to OMERS’s Borealis infrastructure unit. That would leave the provincial pension fund with a 56.1-per-cent stake in Bruce Power, although TransCanada – currently at 40 per cent – and other small shareholders are still reviewing their right of first refusal to take up the Cameco shares.

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eviledna
eviledna(@psyopticon)
7 years ago

To Rick Potvin.. There is nobody working in the nuclear industry! The plants are just empty buildings – like vast abandoned temples! Just before the 9/11 Hoax of 2001, and the security lockdown that followed, we were given a guided tour of Sizewell B. It is allegedly the newest nuclear power station in Britain. It stands proudly on the East Anglian coastline, like a modern day replica of the Taj Mahal! There was a Visitors’ Information Centre at Sizewell where you could play with various toys related to electricity. There was a Van de Graaf generator, a Geiger-Muller tube and… Read more »

eviledna
eviledna(@psyopticon)
7 years ago
Reply to  Fakeologist

The sim control room sounds good! Like a set from the 1960s puppet show, Thunderbirds?! Forgot to add that we were also forbidden from taking any photos. They were really strict over that, checking our bags for cameras, etc! Yet we saw absolutely nothing of note, so I do wonder why. Maybe it was just to sex-up the overall visitor experience – intentionally leaving us jittery, thinking we were entering a highly controlled and potentially dangerous zone! Our visit was before 9/11 and we just turned up on the day. Now it seems that all visits to the Nuke Plants… Read more »

rickpotvin
rickpotvin(@rickpotvin)
7 years ago
Reply to  Fakeologist

Fake nuclear power actually gets me pretty incensed. I had high hopes for nuclear power for many years and thought I understood the principles. I too went OUT OF MY WAY to take plant tours and was very disappointed with being shown nothing but a toyroom. Security at Kincardine Ontario’s BRUCE plant. Wickedpedia describes it as follows… quote The 8 reactors are arranged into two plants (A and B) of 4 reactors. Each reactor is within a reinforced concrete containment, with eight steam generators. The steam generators are 12m tall, and weigh 100 tonnes each. Reactors share fuelling machines which… Read more »

rickpotvin
rickpotvin(@rickpotvin)
7 years ago

Ab, like you I’m astonsihed and astounded to an exponential power of at least 10– that the people IN the nuclear industry– both power and bombs– are willing and able to lie– EVEN after they retire. I lived in Port Elgin, a bedroom town for retired Bruce Nuclear employees– and knew them on a personal basis. NOW I know why they all seemed standoffish and limited in their interactions…. very unlike Ontario’s Hungarian tobacco growing community in Tillsonburg where I also spent time. The Hungarians were always getting together after hard work days inviting outsiders in to join them where… Read more »