Al Gore Takes Long Fossil Fueled Flight To Proclaim Doom In 2 Years

Al Gore was once a sane environmentalist and had concerns over the potential danger of anthropogenic global warming. Then, he apparently decided, after losing the 2000 election, that he would go bat guano insane in pushing ‘climate change’, and make quite a bit of money in attempting to scare people, all while living the exact life he wanted to limit for Everyone Else. He’s made failed predictions such his 10 year “point of no return“, which expired in January. Then we have the one about the Arctic being ice free in 2014. And some others. And now we have this

(Examiner) Speaking in Manila yesterday during a Climate Reality training event, Al Gore said we only have two years left to save the planet and to convince people of global warming‘s imminent threat. But in 2014, former VP-turned-green-activist Gore told Rolling Stones that we have reached a turning point, have seen “the worst effects of climate change and have saved civilization as we know it.” Al “sees the future and it is good,” wrote the Daily Kos in 2014. (snip)

That may be why in Manila he showed an “updated version” of his film [An Inconvenient Truth]. He also notes the Philippines (like the rest of the world) are “still dependent on fossil fuels,” what he believes is responsible for any changes in the climate.

Did Al take a wind powered ship or rowboat to the Philippines?

But in Manila, Gore said: “We’re in an unusual situation in our world. We have to make a very large change. And we have to do it in a ridiculously short period of time.” And that was only on the first day of his boot training camp for what he calls his ‘climate warriors.’

“I say ridiculously because we’re used to making changes [this] large over centuries. We don’t have centuries. We have years. And each day matters.” He said all this to the 600-plus participants, many of whom flew into the country on carbon-spewing jets to attend the three-day workshop. Gore also said their task ahead would be daunting.

We could put Doom off a bit longer if all members of the Cult of Climastrology would give up their own use of fossil fuels.

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5 Responses to “Al Gore Takes Long Fossil Fueled Flight To Proclaim Doom In 2 Years”

  1. Dana says:

    Well, to be fair, all that our former Vice President predicted was that we would pass a point of no return in 2016. Since we have now passed that point, there’s no reason, none at all, to impoverish ourselves attempting to do something which Mr Gore says can no longer be done. 🙂

  2. Jeffery says:

    Did you read the “Rolling Stones” (sic) article. Can you point out where he said “we have seen the worst effects of climate change and have saved civilization as we know it”?

    The entire article concerned an optimistic look at the world’s transition away from carbon-pollution energy to renewable energy.

    it is now clear that we will ultimately prevail. The only question is how quickly we can accelerate and complete the transition to a low-carbon civilization. There will be many times in the decades ahead when we will have to take care to guard against despair, lest it become another form of denial, paralyzing action. It is true that we have waited too long to avoid some serious damage to the planetary ecosystem – some of it, unfortunately, irreversible. Yet the truly catastrophic damages that have the potential for ending civilization as we know it can still – almost certainly – be avoided. Moreover, the pace of the changes already set in motion can still be moderated significantly.

    Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/the-turning-point-new-hope-for-the-climate-20140618#ixzz430uyGp00
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  3. jl says:

    This from the same Bozo who told us the Arctic ice would be gone by now? Got it.

  4. JGlanton says:

    Why the sudden panic, Big Al? Carbon futures must be down or something. Gotta go stir up the idiots.

  5. Hoss says:

    The Politburo never expects that they have to live like the peasants. As if.

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