Al Gore: King of Lie-Lie Land

Gina Miller

These people are not going to give up. After revelation upon revelation of deliberate fraud in the global warming–excuse me–climate change sciences, this weekend the New York Times boldly published an op-ed by none other than the big daddy of the gigantic hoax of global warming, Al Gore, titled, “We Can’t Wish Away Climate Change.”

It was an extremely difficult piece to read without shouting at my computer monitor. And as I read it, I thought that Gore and his fellow members of the Church of Climate Change are the most audacious liars I’ve ever seen–because I can’t possibly bring myself to accept that they actually believe what they profess. I stopped counting the lies after a few paragraphs.

Gore opens with this brilliant gem:

“It would be an enormous relief if the recent attacks on the science of global warming actually indicated that we do not face an unimaginable calamity requiring large-scale, preventive measures to protect human civilization as we know it.”

That’s only the beginning of a series of brazen whoppers, all of which I don’t have the space to detail here. I’ll just focus on a few lowlights.

Gore goes on to say that our dependence on a global oil market with “dwindling reserves” of Middle East oil is a national security risk. Oh, really? Then, why not drill for our own oil? We have plenty! There is no need for us to buy a drop of foreign oil, and the American people have been demanding that we drill here and drill now.

Photo credit: Robert Scoble

He says that we need to “deal with” those national security risks, and that:

“…we would still trail China in the race to develop smart grids, fast trains, solar power, wind, geothermal and other renewable sources of energy — the most important sources of new jobs in the 21st century.”

What?! Is he kidding? China is one of the world’s largest polluters, and I can’t imagine that the communist Chinese give a rip about solar, wind and other “green” technologies, when they already have what works–coal, oil and natural gas. Gore goes on to blame the United States for China’s continued pollution because Congress did not pass cap and trade legislation. I’m not making this up. He blames us for China’s pollution. Amazing.

Gore laments:

“The political paralysis that is now so painfully evident in Washington has thus far prevented action by the Senate — not only on climate and energy legislation, but also on health care reform, financial regulatory reform and a host of other pressing issues.”

Political paralysis? The Republicans can’t stop a thing the Democrats want to do! This is evidence of the power that we the people still maintain. It has been outrage and action by American citizens that have kept at bay some of the most dangerous and liberty-robbing legislation proposed in the history of our great republic. These pieces of legislation that Gore calls “pressing issues,” are only “pressing” to a power-mad group of budding fascists that currently control our Congress and White House.

Gore includes almost comical scare tactics to describe the results of “lags in the global climate system”:

“…large and destructive consequences inevitable….[are] the displacement of hundreds of millions of climate refugees, civil unrest, chaos and the collapse of governance in many developing countries, large-scale crop failures and the spread of deadly diseases.”

Those sound much more like the deeply-desired goals of the left-wing sixties radicals that now run our government than the predicted results of climate and weather changes.

Of course, he blames free market capitalism for the horrors of global warming:

“This period of market triumphalism coincided with confirmation by scientists that earlier fears about global warming had been grossly understated. But by then, the political context in which this debate took form was tilted heavily toward the views of market fundamentalists, who fought to weaken existing constraints and scoffed at the possibility that global constraints would be needed to halt the dangerous dumping of global-warming pollution into the atmosphere.

Over the years, as the science has become clearer and clearer, some industries and companies whose business plans are dependent on unrestrained pollution of the atmospheric commons have become ever more entrenched. They are ferociously fighting against the mildest regulation — just as tobacco companies blocked constraints on the marketing of cigarettes for four decades after science confirmed the link of cigarettes to diseases of the lung and the heart.”

Oh, sure. We have so very many industries and companies here in America that completely depend on their unrestrained pollution for the success of their businesses. Right. And, they’re fighting ferociously against the mildest regulations? Get real, Gore! American industries and companies are possibly the most heavily taxed and regulated in the entire world! As far as pollution goes, we’re one of the best and cleanest, behind, say, Haiti, which has been rated one of the “greenest” republics. Now, there’s a picture of what the elites want the future of America to look like: Haiti–with its crushing poverty and wretched squalor.

Gore has to get his jab in at right-wing news sources as well:

“Some news media organizations now present showmen masquerading as political thinkers who package hatred and divisiveness as entertainment. And as in times past, that has proved to be a potent drug in the veins of the body politic. Their most consistent theme is to label as “socialist” any proposal to reform exploitive behavior in the marketplace.”

At least he gives Fox News credit for being a “potent drug.” I’m sure Fox News appreciates the backhanded compliment.

One of the most telling lines in Gore’s piece is this:

“From the standpoint of governance, what is at stake is our ability to use the rule of law as an instrument of human redemption.”

Human redemption. What a duplicitous choice of words! In classic doublespeak, Gore is declaring that the global elite’s plans to dominate the people of the world could be in jeopardy because of the backlash against the fraud of global warming, now that it has been clearly exposed.

None of what Al Gore is writing about in his piece has a thing to do with his love of the environment and his fear for the safety of civilization. Not at all! Many of us can see right through this plan of the globalists, which they are in panic mode trying to salvage. The cap and trade regulations, and other such “rules of law,” have as their purpose the hobbling of the people under excessive, freedom-snatching, authoritarian rule and taxation, and the redistribution of all wealth–not to “those less fortunate,” but to those in power.

Gina Miller, a native of Texas, is a radio disc jockey. She also works with her husband installing and repairing residential irrigation systems and doing landscaping on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

23 Responses to “Al Gore: King of Lie-Lie Land”

  1. Honestly why hasn't this global CON MAN been arrested yet. Why isn't his lies looked upon as fraud?

  2. I could not make it all the way through Gore’s self serving, lie strewn diatribe. Al Gore is a S*** Salesman who carries his samples in his mouth. There, I said it…..

  3. Gina,

    While we differ in many areas and I remain skeptical that either side of the man made global warming argument has a hold on the scientific truth and we need much, more time to study the science of it, you nailed this one.

    You revealed Gore's inner workings-what makes him tick which is not a pretty sight. When that core biopsy is done, anything else coming from him should be considered highly, highly suspect.

    I truly believe Gore suffers from Megalomania, which means a delusional belief in one owns omnipotence

  4. Thanks a bunch, Brian!

  5. This is an insightful piece on the “Gore-acle” and just how deep is the pathology that insinuates his entire being, Gina. To those that STILL believe in this scam now called “climate change” you'd do you and your movement well to shed yourselves of the worst loonies, starting with Al Gore. Of course, the ranks would be decimated, but at least you'd perhaps have SOME credibility.

  6. Thank you, Dr. Theo. You know, this article could've easily been twice as long! Every line in Gore's piece was fodder for my gristmill. It was hard to not include much more.

  7. You are going to bring National attention to Dakota Voice. That's a good thing. We, here in Texas have PLENTY of oil in our ground. We might be really stingy with it if the liars don't watch it! Lie-lie land! That's good! This is going to be an OTP year for sure! Thank you, Gina, for standing your ground for the “Real America”.
    Here in Abilene, Tx
    Judy Alexander

  8. I don’t know how you will be able to take a hot bath under Al’s rules, since it is a sin to even gather wood and heat water because of the harmeful C02 emissions.

  9. Thank you, Judy! I'm honored to be able do so!

  10. Mr. Gore is right, Ms. Miller. You are mislead by the lies of right wing talkers, who are beholden to the usual suspect lobbies. They care about lining their pockets, and they are happy to have you in their pocket as well. I see that you spin discs at the moment, which is how many of your heroes started. Do you understand that they are yakkers, many holding less than college degrees, and they are hardly scientists?

    I, by the way, don't buy “elitism” or “progressivism” as some sort of legitimate charge of heresy or lack of patriotism levelled by a few against those whose world view and understanding exceeds that of the levellers. The majority of Americans, who knew what they were doing in 2008, are getting tired of this. They've admittedly been silent while your talkers talk. I regret the complacency.

    Fortunately, there are answers in the tech pipeline to thwart the calamities that Gore describes, if they are soon enough brought to working systems. He may be aware of those answers. Those answers preserve U.S. leadership in energy, space, commerce, and environmental stewardship, remove our dependence on foreign energy without resorting to depleting domestic supplies, and find opportunities for economic and population growth in the vertical dimension, something oil, nuclear, and the other ground-based alternatives cannot do.

    Although the answers originated in the U.S., other nations are aggressively pursuing the tech we invented and are pouring millions of dollars into development. They don't suffer the left-right impass that now chokes this country. We will be buying energy from them well into the future if we don't reassert ownership.

    As the investigators sift through errors in East Anglia and the IPCC and override the vested rabid detractions, and as new instruments fly in orbit and begin to add to our empirical knowledge of what is really happening in global climate patterns and CO2 concentrations, I think you will find no lingering reason to continue your support of the talkers.

    They are making their wad while they can.

  11. You are comfortable only in running comments from those who agree with you?

  12. I am quite comfortable in correcting the errors of deluded people such as yourself (which I'll choose to leave in the hands of the author in this instance). But I do admit to having little tolerance for mindless Koolaid-inspired prattle, which yours has bordered on.

    I'd like to suggest that you educate yourself by reading this brief summary of the mountain of scientific information which points to natural and cyclic climate change rather than flimsy theories of anthropogenic global warming:

  13. Bless your heart, Galileosfinger.

    You make some seriously bold assumptions about me. You assume my opinions and knowledge come from talk radio. Why do you believe that? No, it's okay–don't answer that question. I know that's the common perception of the left about us.

    Just some thoughts for you…

    I can look out my window all of my life and see the climate changing–APPROXIMATELY FOUR TIMES A YEAR, AS IT HAS SINCE THE DAWN OF TIME.

    I'm sorry about that outburst. The world and its climate was set in motion in the beginning by God. Do you realize that most of the earth's surface is covered by WATER? Man is a cocky one to think that our “footprint” is able to affect, much less “destroy,” this enormous globe. None of us is “for” pollution. As Christians, we are charged with caring for the world we've been given. The only real global warming that is going to occur is when the wrath of God descends and burns up the entire planet, and then, buddy, you will actually SEE some REAL global warming.

    But, you are delusional to believe what Gore and his ilk are spouting. Do you not understand how much money and power over the people are at stake if Gore and the rest succeed in this hellish hoax? No, I don't believe you do.

    Why don't you be the first to volunteer to put your money where your mouth is? Why don't you move into one of those vertical “stack 'em and pack 'em” highrises in China? Or, instead, why don't you cancel your electricity, telephone, cable television, credit cards, etc., and be sure to get rid of your car and live off of grass and dirt cakes with water that you find in mud puddles, like some of the poor “green” folks do around the world?

  14. Children. Children. One side saying why don't those who accept global warming just go move into a mud hut and the other side saying if Christians were serious, they would give up everything and live their entire lives proselytizing in a mud hut.

    Only in America

  15. There is no one righteous, not even one; there is no one who understands, no one who seeks God. All have turned away, they have together become worthless; there is no one who does good, not even one. Their throats are open graves; their tongues practice deceit. The poison of vipers is on their lips. Their mouths are full of cursing and bitterness. Their feet are swift to shed blood; ruin and misery mark their ways, and the way of peace they do not know. There is no fear of God before their eyes.

  16. If your child, whom you love and created, becomes worthless and deceitful, but you had the power with the blink of an eye, to change that without harming yourself or others, I think you would.Since we are so worthless and deceitful, but God is all-loving and created this world scenario and could change it with the blink of an eye, why wouldn't He

    I would think some of the blame must go to the Originator . It begs the question does God's adherence to His original plan surplant this ultimate, absolute, 100% love of his creation ?If God created creatures that had the strong inherent quality/defect to fail, then shouldn't again we look back to the Creator who made a world that had no chance of success due to it's inherent design?

  17. For one thing, Brian, you are projecting onto God your very limited human perception of what you believe He is or should be. We all tend to imagine God through our own emotions and experiences with other people.

    God tells us that His ways are higher than our ways and His thoughts are higher than our thoughts. It is true that He loves us, BUT he cannot abide evil. And, those who break His perfect law will be judged unless they repent and receive forgiveness through the mercy, grace and blood of Christ. Now, you point out that if God knew we were going to fail, why would He have done all this? We cannot fully understand His purpose at this time, but one day we will.

    One thing we can imagine in our own finite way is this: Imagine that you had the power to make a woman love you, even if it was against her free will. Where would there be joy for you in that? Wouldn't you rather risk rejection and heartbreak in an effort to find someone who truly and willingly loves you, than to have the power to cause someone to love you? What an empty one-sided relationship that would be.

  18. Gina

    I agree with most of what you said, but God is the Prime Mover, the originator of all things created and present. Whether He directly created evil( He didn't) or not isn't all that relevant, because he created a system, a Universe that allows such a thing as evil to exist, thus He is ultimately responsible

    Maybe we won't understand this until after death, but no matter, God is still responsible for creating this system that had the capacity to allow evil in it in the first place. All I am saying is that the Creator must take responsibility for His Creation even if things didn't turn out as envisioned

  19. Did your kool-aid have ice cubes in it when you drank it? You really didn't make much of a point on the subject matter here. All I heard you do is to put down the author. What makes you think you are so right about the “Global Warming” issue? Gina is not the subject of this conversation. Global warming is the subject. By the way, she has a college education, just to set the record straight. Can you convince us that there really is a global warming? I would like to hear what you have to say about that much more than about dogging the author of this article.

    A proud Texan with a high school education only.
    Judy Alexander

  20. Again, you're making limited human perception assumptions about God. Remember, God is not bound by time. He is not in time; He's outside of it. He is also at the end of time. He knows how it all ends, because He is there, as He is at the beginning of time. The mortal human mind simply cannot grasp the gigantic, majestic, awesome reality of God.

    None of what has happened with mankind has “caught Him by surprise.” Your accusations against Him are based in a lack of knowledge about Him, as you say things like He “must take responsibility for His Creation even if things didn't turn out as envisioned.” Again, you're projecting human weakness on God, who does not suffer from such fallibilities. We are in no position to “accuse” Him or demand that He be “accountable.” The very idea is absurd.

    God's plan is. And, God's will shall be done–like it or not.

  21. Gina,

    You are right in that I can't begin to even understand God and that you can't either. Correct me if I am wrong but I believe you feel you know enough about Him to say that He created love and goodness and instilled these qualities into us.He created all.

    Why would it be accusatory to say that this same God who created a world that instills love and good also happens to have evil in it as well. Seems like if you feel and know God enough to say He gave us the ability to feel love, that it would follow that God also gave us the ability to act evilly. If He didn't, we couldn't act in such a fashion

  22. Brian, there are some things I know that I cannot explain to you. And, there is also soooo very much that I don't know at all.

    What I cannot explain to you is how we come to have knowledge of the Lord as a person, like we could know our friend and our friend's nature. The Word of God is not first comprehended by our mind–it is understood first by our spirit, THEN our mind can grasp its truths, as they are revealed to us and we endeavor to know them. It is only understood by our spirits when the Spirit of God illuminates it for us, and THAT only after we honestly seek to know Him and His Word. THAT is what I cannot explain to you, but you can read about it in 1 Corinthians, chapter 2.

    What the Lord gave us is FREE WILL, and we, just like Lucifer when he was still in heaven, chose to disobey Him. The good news is that the Lord has planned for our rescue from damnation from before the dawn of time. Jesus already paid the price for our disobedience (this was also a “done deal” before the dawn of time). All we have to do is reach out and take it–it's free. Brian, if only you had a tiny glimpse of the Lord's kindness, mercy and patience with us as He really is… Well, you must know we here at Dakota Voice pray for you and hope for you. The peace He gives is astonishing!

  23. Gina

    As a man who has peace in his personal beliefs, I am almost obsessively curious how others find their peace. You have eloquently and sincerely explained how you have found yours. That makes me happy.

    And appreciate the most kind words.