Thursday, May 14, 2009

Al Gore "Zombies" Converge on Nashville

I believe it is appropriate to have an over-representation of factual presentations...........
Al Gore

Hundreds of former Vice President Al Gore's volunteer troops are gathering in Nashville today for the launch of a campaign for tough laws to reduce emissions that contribute to climate change.

At least 500 "presenters" trained earlier will attend the two-day event, which includes panel discussions and a plan for activism. The architect of that plan is Steve Hildebrand, deputy director of Barack Obama's presidential campaign.

The goal is to pass strong legislation before the Copenhagen Treaty negotiations in December. That treaty would replace the current Kyoto treaty. {more}

Al Gore - 1984

Cap and Trade is Genocide
Financial interests centered in the City of London and on Wall Street are pushing for the United States to destroy itself by the adoption of a cap-and-trade scheme, based on the hoax of Al Gore's global warming. Part of this policy of cap and trade calls for the deployment of low energy-density, intermittent, renewable energies, like wind and solar, to replace existing baseline sources like nuclear and coal.

The reality of this policy of cutting or capping carbon dioxide emissions is that there will be an explicit limit on the amount of energy produced, and there will be a limit as to what type of sources will be available to produce this limited amount of energy. By limiting the amount of energy available for medical purposes, heating of homes, cooking, and providing freshwater, cap and trade will set the stage for genocide.

The policy has its roots in the fascist ideas of British economist and Cambridge University professor Arthur Pigou, who worked closely with John Maynard Keynes during the 1930s. In a 1920 book entitled, The Economics of Welfare, Pigou argues that the way to change a behavior, is to tax it out of existence. With cap and trade, you tax energy until it becomes too expensive, and this, in turn, forces people to choose between using high-priced energy, and suffering the devastating health consequences of not using it. Essentially, all environmental taxes or policies are of Pigouvian influence. The trade part of the policy means creating a speculative market in carbon dioxide offsets, so that nations or producers whose output is less than the minimum standard, can sell their carbon offset to a producer who is exceeding the limit. As in the derivatives bubble, the speculators will act as middlemen for this exchange.

Depopulation through Energy Starvation

Given that the greenhouse effect of carbon dioxide declines exponentially, as concentrations increase, and that it has been demonstrated, that we have already seen most of the warming from a doubling of carbon dioxide, there is no reason for a cap-and-trade policy—unless it is to fulfill the expressed intentions of certain people to reduce the world population from the present 6.7 billion down to 2 billion, by the use of energy starvation. {more}

So what has Al Gore gained from his Big Green escapades?

According to public disclosure information, Gore was worth somewhere between $1 million and $2 million in 2000. Not quite eight years later, Gore is estimated to be worth somewhere in the neighborhood of $100 million. While I ordinarily would applaud such financial gains from such a short period of time, I can’t help but to question just how it happened. When you look out at what Al Gore has done, it’s evident that he figured out on a way to capitalize on the creation of Big Green while becoming the official doomsday prophet that has helped to build Big Green into the monetary powerhouse that it has become.

In any other industry this would be considered a severe conflict of interest. In essence, Al Gore has helped to create a fictitious catastrophe, then told everybody what the solutions have to be, and then put himself in a position to capitalize on the hype. It’s not only seriously dishonest, but many people and industries are going to suffer in the wake of this hype while Gore and Big Green bring in millions (and in some cases, billions) of dollars in green money. {more}

TN Senate to Vote on Al Gore Statue {An insult to Tennesseans}

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- A resolution urging the creation of statues to be built on the Tennessee Capitol grounds of the state's two Nobel Peace Prize winners, Al Gore and Cordell Hull, is on its way to a full Senate vote.The Senate State and Local Government Committee on Tuesday advanced the measure supporting the privately funded statues on a 9-0 vote. The resolution previously passed in the House unanimously.

Gore is too busy stuffing his fat face to address environmental issues that he can't make money from.

Go green: Don't eat meat

I read with dismay John Olver's May 13 letter concerning the merits of Al Gore, tax incentives for hybrid vehicles and the question of human-based toxicity to the environment. In his quest to clamp down on fossil fuel companies and the auto giants, Gore shamelessly avoids talking about something we all could and should do something about as individuals: Eat less or no meat.

American per capita consumption of meat has more than doubled since 1961. Americans now kill and eat nearly 10 billion animals a year, more than 15 percent of the world's total consumption. That is almost 200 pounds of meat, poultry and fish per year per person, not even counting dairy and egg products.

A University of Chicago study reported that if Americans were to reduce meat consumption by 20 percent, it would be as if we all switched from an average gas guzzler to a Prius hybrid. A similar study by Japan's National Institute of Livestock and Grassland Science estimated that producing 2.2 pounds of beef creates as much carbon dioxide as the average car emits every 155 miles. An equivalent amount of plant foods produces 24 times less carbon dioxide.

If you claim to be an environmentalist and still eat meat, you're really just a hypocrite.

Gore lies to Congress about personal finances

The biggest tax increases on the poor ever?

Bend over America and get ready for the largest tax increase in history...the cap and trade scheme

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