|Religious guidance from Al Gore? Not a chance in hell.|
|Written by Kristin McMurray|
|Sunday, 08 November 2009 11:25|
Gore released a new book this week, just in time to capitalize on the Copenhagen summit. After all, what kind of billionaire-opportunist passes up a chance to cash in with millions of avid fans. I have no problem with that. It's just everything else that is utterly enraging. |
For starters, Gore made sure this book wasn't as "fact based." It's not due to the thousands of scientists and studies proving "An Inconvenient Truth" wrong. No, instead he's decided what the green movement really needs is a spiritual guide on how to protect the planet. Of course, he's ordained himself as High Priest. Gore created Christian, Muslim, and Hindu religious training programs to to teach how to morally protect the planet.
I can't imagine following moral guidance by a man who became a billionaire by spewing junk science for over a decade. One who is pushing to eliminate cheap energy, while flying around the world in a private jet. One who's companions are admittedly anti-human. One who urges scientists to cover up solutions for the supposed co2 emission problem.
Maybe I'm just picky about who is allowed to provide moral guidance, but I doubt it.
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