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Rick Perry claims fossil fuels can prevent rape in Africa
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Energy Secretary Rick Perry was touting the advantages of using fossil fuels to generate electric power in Africa when he came up with another benefit – rape prevention.
Perry, a former Republican governor of Texas, was discussing energy policy at a event in Washington, DC, on Thursday when he related the experience of a young woman he met during a visit last month to Capetown, South Africa.
“It’s going to take fossil fuels to push power out into those villages in Africa,” the secretary said at a event hosted by Axios and NBC News. “A young girl told me to my face, one of the reasons that electricity is so important to me is not only because I’m not going to have to try to read by the light of a fire and have those fumes literally killing people, but also from the standpoint of sexual assault.”
“When the lights are on, when you have light that shines, the righteousness, if you will, on those types of acts,” Perry said. “So from the standpoint of how you really affect people’s lives, fossil fuels is going to play a role in that. I happen to think it’s going to play a positive role.”
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He also agreed with her that electricity would be a life-saving advantage in African villages.
“Let me tell you, where people are dying in Africa is because of the lack of energy they have there, and it’s going to take fossil fuels to push power out into those villages in Africa,” he said.
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The Sierra Club described Perry’s comments as “twisted” and called for him to step down because he’s “unfit to lead” the agency.
“Perry’s attempt to exploit this struggle to justify further dangerous fossil fuel development is unacceptable. He does not deserve to hold office another day with these twisted ideas,” the environmental group’s executive director Michael Brune said in a statement.
The Energy Department defended Perry’s comments, saying he was just trying to improve people’s lives.
“The secretary just returned from Africa, where people made the point to him directly over and over about the impact that power has on their citizens,” a statement from the agency said. “One person told him about how light can be a deterrent to sexual assault and security in remote areas.”
Perry also heard from women in African who said they have to trek to the store each day for a new carton of milk because they don’t have a refrigerator.
“Those powerful stories stuck with him and that is what he was sharing with the crowd in Washington today,” the statement said.
Perry, who twice ran for president, also raised eyebrows when he was asked at the forum if people are the main drivers of climate change.
“I still think the science is out,” he responded.
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Alright, African rape problem is resolved. Let’s celebrate …