Lord Crimson

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Al Gore, The Ugly American

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In his usual cowardly fashion, Al Gore is on foreign shores savaging his own country. No surprise that the topic is global warming, but we might question the timing as the US is being blasted with winter weather, dumping over a foot of snow in the Northeast. A cosmic irony for sure.

In Gore’s usual hate-filled tirade, he blamed all the world’s woes on his own country seeming to absolve the rest of the world from any responsibility. I’ll give it to Gore; the man can hold a grudge about losing an election.

“My country is principally responsible for obstructing progress here in Bali and around the world,” said Gore to the 2000 attending a conference in Bali. “But, over the next two years the United States is going to be somewhere it is not now.”

The question is what socialist hell does Al Gore have in mind, and where is this “somewhere” going to be? Those enamored in destroying freedom reel with glee as Algore spouts his vengeful verse. Those among us who strive for freedom view Gore as an angry shrew on the edge of madness bent on taking everyone else with him.

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Written by Lord Crimson

December 14, 2007 at 1:53 pm

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  1. within just the past few days, very respected scientists have reported the most dramatic ice melt in modern history of tracking the polar ice.

    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/12/071211233433.htm

    more significant are new discoveries that a geothermal hotspot appears to have formed beneath the greenland ice sheet.

    Deep caverns called moulins are causing the ice flows to accelerate, also contibuitng to the increased ice loss.

    Now I have my doubts whether all the hooopla over carbon footprints and man made greenhouse gases are causing “global warming..”…. But climate change is real and if in fact this is not an anomaly but an actual geological and planetary shift in our climate – your sarcasm and cynasim will melt away even faster than the ice.

    underdog

    December 14, 2007 at 7:07 pm

  2. Hi underdog

    We can agree that climate change is real, but where we seem to part is that you believe it’s somehow harmful to the planet where I can find no proof that’s the case.

    Let’s look at Al Gore, the figurehead for the green religion. If he was concerned about the destruction to the planet wouldn’t he “personally” be doing everything possible to reverse the harm in his personal life?

    Instead, we see him running this carbon credit scam as a way to maintain his elite lifestyle while appearing to care. We see him fly in private jets, use enough electricity to power a small community, and pretty much do everything in excess that he criticizes us for doing.

    So we must ask, is this the lifestyle of someone truly afraid that the earth is in danger from global warming or is it the lifestyle of a con-artist enjoying the fruits of his deceit?

    Lord Crimson

    Lord Crimson

    December 14, 2007 at 8:29 pm

  3. ohhh the planet will be just fine…. (maybe)

    no doubt the carbon credit scam is a joke. Won’t make a bit of difference exept my wallet in the few short years that remain.

    climate change of the magnitude represented by the worst case scenrio means we loose Los Angeles, Miami, New York, New Orleans and a couple other major population and economic centers.

    If the Greenland Ice melt is as bad or worse next year, and accelerates in the next 3 to 5 years, then by 2012 we will experience the most massive WET DREAM any terrorist could possibly imagine while shagging 10,000 virgins.

    We will experience such catastrophic loss of life, property and economic centers, that you cannot even begin to imagine the chaos.

    The supercomputers crunching the forecast modles a decade and more ago did not even predict the kind of event we saw this last summer over the Artic and Greenland. The massive snow loss and melt were not predicted in those worst case models until the end of this century at the soonest.

    The theory is that once you cross the tipping point, the threshold of loss of reflectivy of polar ice, and the accleration of ice melt, that sea levels world wide could rise as little as 1 meter or as much as 5 to 8 meters. That is upwards of 23 feet. That puts those major urban centers UNDER WATER.

    The ATLANTIS effect is possible. We need to determine if it is going to happen more than why it is going to happen.

    Arguing about trading carbon credits, while a volcanic / geological event totally melts the greenland ice sheet seems a bit futile.

    underdog

    December 14, 2007 at 8:40 pm

  4. Hi underdog

    Let’s just say you are right, what is it that man could possibly do to halt these major catastrophes?

    The major solution being floated is civilizations should return to the horse and buggy days along with the massive transfer of wealth from one group to another. Under any name one could easily confuse this as an attempt to increase socialism.

    Lord Crimson

    Lord Crimson

    December 14, 2007 at 9:02 pm

  5. if we are in a planetry change cycle… there is probalby nothing we can do about it.

    I am just pointing out that squabbling over carbon credits or fighting wars over dinosaur poop buried in the deserts of the middle east is probalby not the best way to adapt to what may be unimaginable changes.

    hmmm redistribution of wealth… let’s see…. take money from my pocket, and give it to some warlord in Afgahinstan or some political hack of Mucktata al sad ear in Iraq.

    Yep… gotta love fiscal conservatism as opposed to them dag gum liberals and socialists.

    underdog

    December 14, 2007 at 9:14 pm

  6. Hi LC,

    As to Gore (and the UN Bali conference) it’s interesting to note that no mention has been made of the fact that US CO2 emissions in 2006 dropped 1.5 percent from 2005 levels, without any Government mandates or carbon taxes or imposed use of carbon trading schemes. Typical.

    Hi underdog,

    You should note that the extent of sea ice has no effect on sea levels, as the floating ice displaces as much water as it contains. In relation to this, it’s also important to note that the depth of ice over both Greenland and Antarctica is increasing, not declining. You might also note that the extent of the Antartic sea ice has set new records this year, not that it matters. Further, it’s quite within the bounds of reason to suspect that the latest UN Climate Change conference is being held in tropical Bali instead of New York, as that city is about to be hit with an early massive winter storm, which would definitely have put a chill on the discussions of how to prevent Global Warming while redistributing income from working countries to the socialist ones.

    the Grit

    the Grit

    December 14, 2007 at 10:39 pm

  7. Hi underdog

    Although better than the alternative, which is of little consolation, George Bush is not a conservative. His actions lean much more toward the liberal spectrum as he spends us into bankruptcy. No conservative would allow that to happen. If nothing else real conservatives have embedded in their DNA the knowledge that the taxpayers of one country can’t keep up the rest of the world if it is to survive.

    It also must be said that his tax cuts and willingness to confront the enemy do win him conservative kudos. Sadly he chooses to fight a politically correct war which is always doomed to failure.

    Hi Grit

    Great point. I’ve always wondered what the greens consider the “normal” CO2 range or level is for planet Earth. Even more important, why is it that when the so-called deadly CO2 level decreases, the charts of death continue to rise. I’m taking a stab at this and saying someone is lying. Inquiring minds want to know.

    Lord Crimson

    Lord Crimson

    December 15, 2007 at 4:18 pm


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