Climahypocrite Al Gore Offers Ideas On What Canadians Can Do On Hotcoldwetdry

It’s always fun when members of the Cult of Climastrology offer ideas that they themselves refuse to implement. You’ve got Leo DiCaprio offering to give up private jets and fly commercial. For a whopping one day. Then

Al Gore on what Canadians can do to fight climate change | Facebook Live

Former U.S. vice-president Al Gore commended Canada for its commitment to the Paris climate accord during a Facebook live Q&A hosted by CBC’s Andrew Chang Friday. (snip)

Still, the world has a long way to go, he warned. While the Paris agreement sent a powerful signal to the business community that protecting the Earth is a priority, many companies are failing to scale back their carbon footprint.

“What’s missing is enough political will. But political will is itself a renewable resource,” said Gore.

Put into context, the political will he’s referring to is that of the Government passing laws and regulations that force people (other than Gore, of course) to reduce their carbon footprints. To become authoritarian.

When asked what Canada can do to reduce pollution and environmental damage around the world, he suggested much of what’s already known: shifting to renewable energy, driving electric vehicles, and moving to organic, sustainable agriculture and sustainable forestry.

This is the guy who has tons of mansions, constantly flies around the world on private fossil fueled jets, is not know to have renewable energy at his homes, has many fossil fueled vehicles, and has not gone vegan himself. A guy with a massive carbon footprint, which he (supposedly) offsets by purchasing carbon offsets. Rather than living the Warmist life. And let’s not forget that Gore profits from fossil fuels. And from people purchasing carbon offsets.

Is it any wonder so many think this is all just a scam?

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24 Responses to “Climahypocrite Al Gore Offers Ideas On What Canadians Can Do On Hotcoldwetdry”

  1. Uncle Dan says:

    Just got back from the beach. Guess what? The seas aren’t rising! Everything that was built there years ago is still there. 🙂

  2. Jeffery says:

    Since TEACH is incapable of arguing issues, he consistently makes what is known as the tu quoque logical fallacy.

    Tu quoque (/tjuːˈkwoÊŠkwiː/;[1] Latin for, “you also”) or the appeal to hypocrisy is an informal logical fallacy that intends to discredit the validity of the opponent’s logical argument by asserting the opponent’s failure to act consistently in accordance with its conclusion(s).

    It’s interesting that the right relies on Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals – to wit – 4. “Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules.”

  3. Jeffery says:

    An extensive survey of global warming beliefs from Yale University:

    Key Findings
    Seven in ten Americans (70%) think global warming is happening, which nearly matches the highest level in our surveys (71%), recorded in 2008. By contrast, only about one in eight Americans (13%) think global warming is not happening.

    Americans are also more certain global warming is happening – 46% are “extremely” or “very” sure it is happening, its highest level since 2008. By contrast, far fewer – 7% – are “extremely” or “very sure” global warming is not happening.

    Over half of Americans (58%) understand that global warming is mostly human caused, the highest level since our surveys began in November 2008. By contrast, three in ten (30%) say it is due mostly to natural changes in the environment – the lowest level recorded since 2008.

    Only about one in eight Americans (13%) understand that nearly all climate scientists (more than 90%) are convinced that human-caused global warming is happening.

    Over half of Americans (57%) say they are at least “somewhat worried” about global warming. About one in six (17%) are “very worried” about it.

    Six in ten Americans (59%) think global warming is affecting weather in the United States, and half think weather is being affected “a lot” (25%) or “some” (27%).

    • drowningpuppies says:

      Surveys schmurveys.
      Where’s some of that overwhelming “evidence” you keep whining about, little jeffuckery?

      • Jeffery says:

        Smegma Wormtongue asks about evidence, LOL. How cute that it pretends it could understand. Use your Google, Smegma, use your Google.

        • drowningpuppies says:

          Still deflecting, huh, little jeffuckery? You made the claim, provide some of your overwhelming evidence.
          It shouldn’t be that hard for someone as brilliant as you.

          While you’really at it provide us with a little proof that you joined the Army “during the Vietnam war, you know.”

    • david7134 says:

      I read that a large number of liberals are convinced that the earth is flat, does that mean the earth is flat? Another fool observation.

      • Jeffery says:

        I read that a large number of conservatives are convinced that there is a god, does that mean there is a god?

  4. Jeffery says:

    Smegma Wormtongue,

    We’ll play along just this once.

    As a citizen-scientist, what do you observe as the broken/missing link in the scientific Theory of Man-Made Global Warming?

    • david7134 says:

      Stupid fool statement, the peer review process is busted, this is old knowledge, not worth discussion. Only a fool tries to argue otherwise.

  5. Jeffery says:


    Like many a failed scientist, you complain about peer review because they didn’t accept your “manuscripts” for publication.

    Your buddy, Smegma Wormtongue, is too lazy or too stupid to even Google global warming where the entire world of evidence is at his pawtips.

    • david7134 says:

      Fool statement, shows how stupid our local fool is presuming that I am not published or that I really care. Typical fool.

  6. Jeffery says:

    Smegma Wormtongue,

    Surely, you can come up with 1 scientific finding that invalidates the Theory of Man-Made Global Warming?

    It only takes one! Is it a violation of thermodynamics? Is it that CO2 doesn’t absorb infrared radiation? Is it that all the temperature data are faked? Are the CO2 data faked?

    Tell us you have more to back your Denial than just your Denial. The Earth and it’s people will suffer. Please tell us you have some scientific rationale to back your ignorance.

  7. Jeffery says:

    Smegma Wormtongue,

    You accidently linked to wattsupwiththat. Do you have any scientific rebuttals – even one – that you can explain – to refute the Theory of Man-Made Global Warming?

    Just one?

    Last chance.

  8. Jeffery says:

    Smegma Wormtongue,

    We doubted you were serious.

    You had your chance.

    • drowningpuppies says:

      Still waiting, little jeffuckery, where’s that overwhelming evidence?

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