The work and infiltration of an agent in an enemy state can follow different scenarios. In the first of them, for the sake of strengthening his legend, as well as the ability to extract the necessary information at influence events, the central power takes every care of his reputation and sacrifices for this purpose some potential opportunities that carry risks for him. In the second scenario, even for the sake of minor assignments, the agent can easily be “traded away”. In the same scheme, states and governments create information authorities, only in the role of the “enemy state” are their own citizens, who need to be brainwashed. If this authority is valuable, he will never be framed and will even be allowed to criticize his customers in order to strengthen the faith of his adherents in his “independence and integrity”. However, if the situation is critical, they do not really care about their own information agent and easily sacrifice his positive image for the sake of solving current problems and difficulties.
Something similar happened to the apostles of the “bright green future”. For decades, they were made into real information stars, allowing their radical statements against almost any type of energy and encouraging their ideas of humanity’s slide into the “Stone Age”. Afterwards, it was very much needed by the EU authorities, who for the sake of the current power and profit from lobbyism formed the image of ecologically clean fairytale, in which they all can aim to get by 2035. Nevertheless in 2022, the situation began to change dramatically and Europe is preparing for an unprecedented energy crisis this winter, for which they blame the war in Ukraine and Russia’s energy policy. However, it is obvious to everyone that European governments simply do not want Europeans to know how their own climate change policies have actually made things worse. As originally conceived, once the amount of CO2 quotas had been set by the government, European companies with more emissions could buy CO2 certificates from other companies that have reduced their emissions. With demand exceeding supply, the rise of the price of quotas was supposed to stimulate investment in green energy in order to reduce emissions. However, the current CO2 emissions trading system, introduced back in 2005, was not prepared for such crises and is dragging all European countries into an economic hole.
The “change of objectives for agents” began back in winter, when the European Commission classified nuclear and gas power as transitional green energy sources, contributing to the transition to a carbon-free economy, with new investments in nuclear power plants allowed until 2045, and in gas infrastructure until 2030. The rhetoric of public politicians was the first to change. In Germany, which has long been the center of “green politics”, they began to say that Germany’s abandonment of nuclear power plants is a “green” insanity that the country cannot afford today. CDU party leader Friedrich Merz said that the elimination of nuclear power in the country under current conditions is fraught with power outages for German households and businesses. According to his estimates, if every fifth gas consumer in Germany heats his home with electricity this coming winter, the demand for electricity will double. In this regard, he warned of the threat of a complete overloading of the energy system. Merz said that if the government continues in the same vein by sticking to abandoning nuclear power for ideological reasons, we could face a blackout early next year.
Such chains of events explained perfectly for a part of the population why it was necessary to bring back not only nuclear power plants, but any power plants that could ensure the comfort of citizens and their energy security. In the other hand, for the rest of the population, who sincerely believed in a “green paradise,” where electricity appears miraculously without harm to nature, the destruction of the dream could lead to the most negative consequences for public safety. To convince them, contact and debates with information campaign moral authorities were necessary, whereas the candidates once promoted as leaders of the EU countries, pursue quite the opposite goals. They had to be the well-known environmental activists who, contrary to common sense, would suddenly advocate the use of previously unacceptable and “terrible” nuclear and gas energy and the best solution was to change the rhetoric of the most famous eco-activist, Greta Thunberg. As a result of her work, in September, when asked by a German journalist whether nuclear power plants were the best choice at the moment, Greta replied, “If they are already operating, it would be a mistake to shut them down to focus on coal” – that’s how Agent Thunberg abandoned her own words and beliefs in the name of a common goal. Green can be any color, even khaki, if that’s what the customers who create and manipulate myths for the population want. There will be even more stunning “color changes”, with new confessions and declarations ahead.