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Al Gore, Maurice Strong, David Suzuki

Failing to frighten adult masses to submission, global warming alarmists become bogeymen of children


By —— Bio and Archives--June 18, 2008

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Bogeymen: Maurice Strong, Al Gore, David Suzuki Big players behind the Global Warming/Climate Change hysteria have sunk to the level of desperados.

In Canada, you have Global Warming warrior numero uno, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) poster boy David Suzuki encouraging children to rat out their own parents in a treehouse setting televised advertisement (The David Suzuki Foundation YouTube)

In Australia, the state-run Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) targets 9-year-old children in Planet Slayer, which includes “Prof. Schpinkee’s Greenhouse Calculator.  Find out when you should die”.  Planet Slayer’s when you should die option comes for kiddies whose don’t use only their “fair” share of the Earth.  (Parents can view Planet Slayer here).

The Australian parents of 9-year-olds waking up screaming with nightmares of exploding pigs dying in pools of blood can blame their state-run television network.

  As offensive as these child-frightening tactics are, it’s proof positive that global warming scare tactics on adult masses are failing—failing enough for Global Warming Alarmists to seek out a younger, more impressionable audience.

  And at the same time global warming alarmists in Canada and Australia are stooping to bogeymen tactics for school age kids, their leader Al Gore has been caught with his global warming pants on fire.

  For the second time in the space of little more than a year, the Tennessee Center for Policy Research has dragged the size of Gore’s real global warming footprint onto the Drudge Report.

  Despite Gore’s well-touted “green” overhaul of his mansion, his personal electricity is up more than 10%.

  “A man’s commitment to his beliefs is best measured by what he does behind the closed doors of his own home,” said Drew Johnson, President of the Tennessee Center for Policy Research.  “Al Gore is a hypocrite and a fraud when it comes to his commitment to the environment, judging by his home energy consumption.

  “In the past year, Gore’s home burned through 213,210 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity—enough to power 232 average American households for a month.”

  Champagne belches celebrated the February 2007 academy award for An Inconvenient Truth, a documentary film based on a climate change speech developed by Gore.

  The very next day the Tennessee Center for Policy Research uncovered that Gore’s Nashville home guzzled 20 times more electricity than the average American household.

  Gore’s documentary was to go on as mandatory viewing for school age children in the British Isles.  His personal wealth increased by an estimated $100 million, thanks largely to speaking fees and investments related to global warming hysteria.

  In the year that followed, Gore’s partner in global warming credits, Canadian Maurice Strong—the UN diplomat who started the global warming craze, has all but disappeared.

  But while Global Warming alarmists were laughing all the way to the bank, average people everywhere were starting to smell a Global Warming rat. 

  Tired of being told to give up their SUVs, by SUV-driving global warming Hollywood hypocrites, something was about to backfire on Gore, Suzuki, Strong and company.  Their plebes were being reminded of radical environmentalism every day at the gas pumps.

  Soaring gas prices are a burden on hard-working families.  The genie came out of the bottle when consumers made the link between gas prices and radical environmentalists.  For years environmentalists enabled by government grants have routinely erected barriers to the production and distribution of energy.

  The latest trend of the global warming alarmists frightening children is destined to come to a bad end.

  Parents have been slaying bogeymen for their children down through the centuries.

  Al Gore, David Suzuki, Maurice Strong et al are too far from their child rearing days to remember how nine year olds love their parents.

  Meanwhile the Global Warming scare is careening its way to hit with a big bang, proverbial rock bottom.



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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com.

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