In the context of the current Nuclear Debate in South Australia, the government has asked the people to consider what sort of nuclear future we want.
No other possible future has to been offered for debate, probably because SA owns 30% of the world’s uranium reserves.
There is at present a profound crisis in the labour market here, the of unemployment here, and it is going to get worse. This crisis has been caused in large part by the decision to defund the automotive industry and other sectors of manufacturing in this state.
The nuclear sales brochure contains many promises. I have to consider them in my own way as a politically and socially enfranchised person living in this state.