Michel Montecrossa video ‘Nuclear Power Saves Up To Threat Level 7’ – New Topical Song for the Chernobyl Anniversary and no end of radioactivity

Michel Montecrossa says:
“’Nuclear Power Saves Up To Threat Level 7′ is a song of warning. Today we live in a world with no end of radioactivity and in a world with constantly growing contamination emanating from always more nuclear plants. ‘Nuclear Power Saves Up To Threat Level 7’ is triggered by the Chernobyl Disaster Anniversary and the fact that we are not able to handle our energy problems unless we find the way to achieving Human Unity and the realization of the United States of Planet Earth. It is the united effort of all humanity in a global union, free of borders that can find a new way for producing and distributing energy without endangering our life and the life and climate of the Earth.”

SONG LYRICS
Nuclear Power Saves Up To Threat Level 7

Nuclear power worldwide saves the
 equivalent of about 500 million tons of coal.
Tougher controls on
 polluting industries and a 
strengthened pollution 
inspectorate to
 enforce them are to be
 brought in by the 
government under its ‘green bill’
published yesterday, oho, yesterday.
Yes, nuclear power worldwide saves the 
equivalent of about 500 million tons of coal and leads to
a poisoned environment and up to 
threat level 7, 
to dangerous and frightening 
lawless places,
 to economy breakdown and to 
rising food prices and 
medicine prices beyond control.
You may scream: “No way! That’s a non-starter!
 Nuclear disasters also lead to no water!”
Nuclear power worldwide saves 
the equivalent of about 500 million tons of coal.
 And that is a great thing 
indeed, oh Lord,
especially when no one will be 
there any more. Any more …

Lyrics & Music: Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany

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