May 28

Skeptics love Thursday, because Thursday is Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up time!

As always, via The Daily Bayonet:

Welcome to the round-up, your weekly link orgy of all things skeptical about global warming.If you’re here because you’re one of the many, many visitors that land here because you’re asking Google about the global warming hoax or scam or whatever search word you used to describe Al Gore’s fortune-a-palooza, ponder these links and ask yourself how it is that week after week I can cherry-pick 100 articles, stories and blog posts about junk science and the real agenda behind the green movement, if the science is settled like they told you it was.

For regulars, there’s a ton of good stuff, so get beveraged and get cracking, I don’t do this for my health you know.

Part One: Al Gore & Friends

Al Gore cheered the progress of the Waxman-Malarkey climate change bill, even though some other greens were lukewarm to it.  What Greenpeace and Friends of the Earth don’t realize is that the Bill is good for Al Gore’s pocketbook, it has nothing to do with global warming.

Einer Kleiner Perkins, Al Gore’s favorite investment managers, and a conflict of interests?  Say it ain’t so.  Take a look at the KP web site front page, it’s linked to Generation Investment Management (Al’s offset vehicle, among other things) and an Apple iFund.  Guess who sits on Apple’s board?  Cosy.

all in the family

all in the family

A Gorebot that attended the recent hysterics hoe-down in Nashville noted that the alarmists were living the dream, even as polls suggested that their nightmares are coming true:

While the polls suggested failure, the mood at the summit—a reunion of 600 global warming foot soldiers in Nashville, TN, from May 14 through 16, 2009—was positively celebratory.

News flash: Real Americans can’t stand Al Gore.  I’m shocked, shocked by this news.

Canadian weather hysteric and evergreen hippie David Suzuki is getting a school named after him.  The $14 million project will “feature the latest in “green” environmental design and technology” of course.  No doubt the Ontario Ministry of Education will soon announce a Josef Stalin school, if the aim is to celebrate totalitarians.

Meanwhile, true to form, Suzuki finds the scariest study du jour and peddles it on his website.  This week he provides cover for the discredited Lancet’s headliner ‘that climate change is the biggest global health threat we face‘.

Prince Charles, noted climatologist and cautionary example of the dangers of inbreeding, suggested that the world is in a last chance saloon to stop global warming.  It’s no wonder his poor mother won’t abdicate, she knows he’s an empty suit.

The Fresh Prince

The Fresh Prince

My dear skeptic, you have not yet begun to click! Get on over to The Daily Bayonet, and finish your job on Parts 2 through 5. And if you’re real good, you’ll be rewarded with the weekly Global Hottie.

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5 Responses to “Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up, May 29th 2009”

  1. Chuck says:

    Just a quick note from a GORE LIED newbie:

    “Prince Charles, noted climatologist and cautionary example of the dangers of inbreeding, suggested that the world is in a last chance saloon to stop global warming. ”

    Having taken the advice to “get beveraged”, SOMEBODY (probably Mr. Gore or the Bonnie Prince) owes me for the spew and its effects on my laptop.

    Just plain too funny – Thanks.

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    • Klockarman says:

      Thanks for reading the blog, and for your comment.

      Good luck with getting any reimbursement from Al Gore for any damage suffered by your laptop.

      I’ll pass your praise and thanks to The Daily Bayonet, who penned the beautiful prose you are referring to.

      I’ll also suggest to him that he may wish to refrain from recommending that readers “get beveraged”, as it may increase his legal exposure.

      Please come back and visit GORE LIED often, but I’d highly recommend you visit The Daily Bayonet just as often…

      http://dailybayonet.com/

      …at your own risk, of course.

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  2. Brian G Valentine says:

    Hey Kids – see the photo that accompanies this article?

    Here’s a game – See if you can find the Prince of Dolts in the picture.

    No, it isn’t the asparagus.

    It’s the bone-head in the suit with the flower on the lapel!

    Wanna know his last doltish stunt?

    He egged three people on in the Arctic to get to the North Pole in -40 degree blizzards – to show the world that the North Pole isn’t going to have any snow next month!

    That fool Dolt nearly killed those people!

    Suppose he did kill them by egging them to continue on – would he be liable for abetting homicide?

    I don’t see why not. It has happened in the past – people have encouraged others to commit absolutely lethal stunts – like encouaging them to play Russian Roulette and so forth – those people were found guilty of manslaughter or homicide.

    If Dolt went to jail – would you visit him?

    Not me!!!!!

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