Here are some gems found using Google Book Search. I will let you judge for yourself how you feel about the sentiments expressed in the quotes.
“It is not possible to characterize en masse the various “No Nukes,” but there appear to be three major recurring themes in energy discussion.
The first is a general distrust of a society with abundant energy supplies. We find Stanford professor Paul Ehrlich, an antinuclear environmental spokesman, stating: “In fact, giving society cheap abundant energy at this point would be the equivalent of giving an idiot child a machine gun.” Amory Lovins of Friends of the Earth puts it this way: “If you ask me, it’d be a little short of disasterous for us to discover a source of clean, cheap, abundant energy because of what we would do with it. We ought to be looking for energy sources that are adequate for our needs, but that won’t give us the excesses of concentrated energy with which we could do mischief to the earth or to each other.” (Kaku, p. 242)
Title: Nuclear Power: Both Sides
Author(s): Michio Kaku
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
Publication Date: Sep 1, 1983
Subject: History / General History
Dimensions: 6.14 x 9.23 x 0.89 in