Apr 12

As I and many others have been saying for years, it’s about power and global governance (and Al Gore agrees).

The UK Guardian reports:

A document accidentally left on a European hotel computer and passed to the Guardian reveals the US government’s increasingly controversial strategy in the global UN climate talks.

Text of the leaked document:

Strategic communications objectives

1) Reinforce the perception that the US is constructively engaged in UN negotiations in an effort to produce a global regime to combat climate change. This includes support for a symmetrical and legally binding treaty.

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Feb 04

Mr. President, last week I urged you to call out the UN IPCC to keep your inaugural pledge to “restore science to its rightful place”.  You didn’t.

This week India has set an excellent precedent for restoring scientific integrity by pulling out of the IPCC because they “cannot rely” on that body due to the many false claims contained in IPCC AR4 that have recently come to light.

And so Mr. President, you have another opportunity to stand behind another, but very similar pledge that you made shortly after your inauguration:

…I am also signing a Presidential Memorandum directing the head of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy to develop a strategy for restoring scientific integrity to government decision making. To ensure that in this new Administration, we base our public policies on the soundest science; that we appoint scientific advisors based on their credentials and experience, not their politics or ideology; and that we are open and honest with the American people about the science behind our decisions.

I know that this puts you in a tough place, Mr. President.  It’s a lot easier to make these promises when you are on the campaign trail, than it is to keep them when it’s your butt sitting in the Oval Office, isn’t it? But, they were promises just the same.  What will you do? We’re waiting, Mr. President.

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Jan 25

President Barack Obama famously stated during his inaugural address:

For everywhere we look, there is work to be done… We will restore science to its rightful place…We will harness the sun and the winds and the soil to fuel our cars and run our factories… All this we can do. And all this we will do.

In regards to the emerging Glaciergate scandal, it’s time for Obama to call-out the UN IPCC to keep his promise.

We’re waiting, Mr. President.

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Dec 02

First, Watts Up With That reported that the popular Google search term “global warming” had been passed by “Climategate” in the total number of search results.  Next, GORE LIED  reported that as the number of search results had continued to climb, “Climategate” had even passed former Vice President and man-made global warming huckster Al Gore in search results.  Today, as the “Climategate” tsunami grows ever larger on the blogosphere, and the Internet in general, the Google search term “Climategate” has even left “Barack Obama” in its dust:

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Is there anything search term even larger than “Barack Obama” that “Climategate” has to conquer? Yes, but I wouldn’t bet any money on it:

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Meantime, Watts Up With That has found something fishy about a related matter with Climategate search.

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Aug 05

Al Gore/AIT Index, Vol. 15: Globally averaged temperatures have flat-lined since Al Gore released An Inconvenient Truth

By Editor AIT Index, Al Gore, An Inconvenient Truth, Letter to the Editor, President Obama Comments Off on Al Gore/AIT Index, Vol. 15: Globally averaged temperatures have flat-lined since Al Gore released An Inconvenient Truth

AIT Index 8_09Each month GORE LIED takes significant liberties with Dr. Roy Spencer’s monthly UAH globally averaged satellite-based temperature of the lower atmosphere. We mark it up with a red marker to more fully illustrate the really inconvenient truth – that temperatures have not risen as Al Gore had predicted when he released his science fiction movie, An Inconvenient Truth (AIT) at the Sundance Film Festival on January 24, 2006.

Through June, 2009, globally averaged temperatures have largely flat-lined at +.08°F (.04°C) since AIT was released.

Here’s another way to interpret the same data:

In the 42 months since An Inconvenient Truth was released, globally averaged temperatures have been over what they were in January, 2006 in only five of those 42 months (including this month), but tellingly, the same temperatures have been below the globally averaged temperature in January, 2006 a total of 37 of those 42 months!

Even as the globally averaged temperatures have largely flat-lined as of this month’s latest data from Dr. Roy Spencer and Dr. John Christy, the divergence between the observed temperatures and the alarmist’s beloved computer models remains well below the IPCC’s most modest prediction.

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Jul 10

Climate Depot is reporting:

Former Vice President Al Gore declared that the Congressional climate bill will help bring about “global governance.”

“I bring you good news from the U.S., “Gore said on July 7, 2009 in Oxford at the Smith School World Forum on Enterprise and the Environment, sponsored by UK Times.

“Just two weeks ago, the House of Representatives passed the Waxman-Markey climate bill,” Gore said, noting it was “very much a step in the right direction.” President Obama has pushed for the passage of the bill in the Senate.

Gore touted the climate bill, claiming it “will dramatically increase the prospects for success” in combating what he sees as the “crisis” of man-made global warming.

“But it is the awareness itself that will drive the change and one of the ways it will drive the change is through global governance and global agreements.” (Editor’s Note: Gore makes the “global governance” comment at the 1min. 10 sec. mark in this UK Times video.)

Gore’s call for “global governance” echoes former French President Jacques Chirac’s call in 2000.

On November 20, 2000, then French President Chirac said during a speech at The Hague that the UN’s Kyoto Protocol represented “the first component of an authentic global governance.”

I guess one could say that this is one of rare moments when Al Gore is actually telling the truth about his supposed “solutions” to global warming climate change climate crisis our deteriorating atmosphere.

Anytime Gore et al speak of their favored “solutions” in terms such as “global governance” it just confirms all of we skeptics worst fears about the true intentions of Gore , the rest of the alarmists, and the UN’s (through its IPCC) role in fanning the flames of this made-up issue. The UN receives 22% of it’s regular budget from the United States, and 26% of its peace-keeping operations from the US. And what do we get for our investment. A UN that is hell-bent on undermining US interests through just the sort of “global governance” that Al Gore is touting.

I feel bad for all of the regular folks, and the children that were legitimately scared by Al Gore’s science fiction movie, An Incovenient Truth, and didn’t realize that they were being manipulated so that ulterior Progressive political goals could be achieved.  And if you are one of those people, I invite you to the skeptical side. Welcome.

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Jun 27

I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking that it’s pretty bold, and a bit profane, to not substitute a letter or two in the word “shit” with an asterisk or a dash. What the hell, I’m just going opt for the whole four letter word – shit. It’s not as if I’d be fooling anybody with a an asterisk or dash or two, would I? The bill truly is a pile of shit anyway, so if Rep. John Bohner wants to call the Waxman-Markey ACES climate bill a “pile of shit, why should I be afraid to repeat it?

To be fair, The Hill reported the word as “s- -t”. I suppose that he could have called it a “pile of spit”, but then there would not have been the need to insert the two dashes. So, I’m left to conclude that Boehner must have said “shit”, and nothing else.

Boehner via The Hill:

Minority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio) had a few choice words about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-Calif.) landmark climate-change bill after its passage Friday.

When asked why he read portions of the cap-and-trade bill on the floor Friday night, Boehner told The Hill, “Hey, people deserve to know what’s in this pile of s–t.”

Pelosi’s office declined to comment on Boehner’s jab.

By the way, since Boehner is in the mood to tell his true feelings, I’m going to let you do the same.  Say whatever the hell you want to in the comments, have at it.

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