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Commissioner voices his support to renewable energy producers

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Now, it would be wise to know how many EUR would Estonian citizens lose if the government would still hold onto its previous commitment? It's quite demagogic of Mr. Oettinger to assume that renewables (in the form of e.g. wind farms) equals prosperity. Maybe the Estonians want to sort out things their own way? Or Mr. Oettinger should get down to real work? Reply to the comment answer
~Przemek [19.02.2013, 15:51]
Since Germany is a net payer that loses most money in the EU by feeding countries like Estonia and Greece there is nothing "demagogic" about it.
~he who pays [19.02.2013, 16:13]
...Maybe the Estonians want to sort out things their own way?... But you are a member of this fantastic Sojuz, run from Brussels, aren't you ??
~Norwegian [19.02.2013, 16:57]
If they want to "sort things out of their own way" than Germans should at once cut all kinds of EU funded programs in Estonia.
~tiiix [19.02.2013, 19:17]
Shoulda, woulda, coulda but they wont. Go cry to mama now. LOL!
~@tiiix [19.02.2013, 20:15]
Mr. Oettinger is what?
Have you ever read the CV of this pompous German lamer?

An expert on energy policy?
No he's just a fucking lawyer on a freeloading tax free income, and couldn't even run a beer company if you stuck him in a brewery.
Your opinion on his CV is just about as relevant as a greek persons opinion on Wall Street.
~toxt get in [20.02.2013, 01:51]
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On the contrary, my dear friend, because the money could be spent a lot better, than on pursuing the EU's green policy. The policy's goals will be most probably not achieved by 2020 (note that due to green hysteria in Germany after the Fukushima Daiichi disaster in Japan, the lignite power plants in former Eastern Germany produced more harmful particles than in the best times of the communist regime). "Demagogic" in this case means rushing into ideas without a second thought; a second thought which, on the other hand, could led us to more prosperous ideas. Reply to the comment answer
~Przemek [19.02.2013, 16:29]
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