If I start an article about nuclear energy with a sentence including the words radiation, nuclear waste, Fukushima, Chernobyl or earthquake, rest assured that no one in the world would find it odd. However, when it comes to Turkey, the most appropriate word to define the nuclear energy policy of the state seems to me to be “heroism”. As far as nuclear energy is concerned, you can hear the best examples of “heroic literature” from the politicians in Turkey. Would you like to have an example of this form of “heroism literature” about nuclear energy? Let’s start with the most repeated line: “If Turkey does not build nuclear plants, it will remain without electricity.”
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