Al Gore made a movie called An Inconvenient Truth. The movie title should have been A Convenient Lie. It is through this lie that the idea of Global Warming is being forced on the world.
Al Gore ran for President of the USA. That alone should bring into question his ability to tell the truth.
It began when Al Gore was a young man…
In the fall of 1968 Al Gore claimed that he’d influenced the nomination acceptance speech of Hubert Humphrey….. Is Al Gore a Chronic Liar? You be the Judge
Al Gore in the USA and David Suzuki in Canada say the debate is over. There never was any debate – so how can it possibly be over. Anyone who tried to debate the subject was removed from the process.
It was decided that global warming would be used to scare people into accepting things they would never accept otherwise. Global warming is not based on science; it is political wrapped in the guise of science.
“In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill …All these dangers are caused by human intervention and it is only through changed attitudes and behaviour that they can be overcome.
The real enemy, then, is humanity itself.”
– Club of Rome,
The First Global Revolution,
consultants to the UN.
“…we need to get some broad based support, to capture the public’s imagination…. So we have to offer up scary scenarios,
make simplified, dramatic statements and make little mention of any doubts…. Each of us has to decide what the right balance
is between being effective and being honest. “
– Stephen Schneider,
Stanford Professor of Climatology
lead Author of many IPCC reports
The excerpt below is from Cloak of Green by Elaine Dewar published 1995 After you read it you will never look at the Green Movement or your govt. the same way again. Global Warming is a massive con of the public by the Greens, Govt. and the Media. One World Govt. is the end game for these groups.
One scientist, Richard Lindzen of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, was quoted in the Toronto Star directly criticizing the U.N. report. His position, as reported in the Star, was: “Any poll taken shows that scientists are highly divided except on one issue … there’s ‘no evidence at all’ of warming caused by humans so far.” Lindzen further argued that none of the global warming models had the physics base or the numerical accuracy to handle the question. Contrary to the U.N.’s figures,
Lindzen estimated an increase in average warmth of less than .33 degrees Celsius by the end «of the next century.1 Friends of the Earth Canada’s Acting Executive Director Robert Hornung (Robert Hornung is now the President of CanWEA. The Canadian Wind Association) added, was quoted denigrating Lindzen’s position by pointing to its impact: it would provide an excuse for governments or industry “to avoid taking action.” A physicist at the: University of Toronto then denigrated Lindzen’s motives, suggesting Lindzen had made himself “very prominent” by “criticizing the conventional wisdom.”
Newsweek carried a cover story on June 1 devoted to the Rio Summit. It opened with a description of a computer game called WorldS which allowed players to change certain fundamental environmental conditions such as measures of soil fertility and industrial capacity. Most changes produced a series of terrifying results. Donella Meadows, one of the authors of this model, said, “If changes are not made then our computer model foresees collapse within 50 years.” Dennis Meadows, her co-author, had predicted collapse once before—twenty years earlier, in fact, right on time for the Stockholm Conference. Meadows had then produced what Newsweek called the “notorious 1972 report ‘Limits to Growth.'” Meadows had warned then that population growth might tip the world’s economic or geological life support systems; into collapse within one hundred years.
About the Author
In 1988 Elaine Dewar began work on a short, upbeat article for Saturday Night about how David Suzuki and groups like the World Wildlife Fund were helping the Kayapo Indians of Brazil defend the rainforest. But once Dewar learned that the Kayapo were living off the avails of gold mining and the sale of mahogany, the story took a different turn. Dewar followed a trail of millions of charitable and tax dollars as they moved from business interests to environment and development charities to activists shaping the political climate on three continents. The result, seven years later, is Cloak of Green.
If you want to understand the Green Movement and Global Warming read Cloak of Green.