Nov 05

After a hiatus, The Daily Bayonet’s Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up is back, better than ever:

Jon Stewart makes the hippies enemy list, there is ennui in the Anglosphere and light bulbs are getting a warning label.  Also, who is the biggest baddie, Al Gore or Auric Goldfinger?

All this and much more awaits you in this week’s round-up.  And yes, there is a hottie.

Part One: Al Gore & Friends

The great global warming profiteer has been all over the media this week to launch his next salvo in the great campaign to make himself the world’s first carbon billionaire.  It’s a sign of the changing times that Al has not been given the free ride he usually receives from AGW acolytes in the press, even the Gray Lady is asking awkward questions about the burgeoning Gore fortune.  Predictably, some excitable chumps at Kos are miffed at the NYT for daring to question the Goreacle.

cash rush

Al has been busy blogging, but for the first real chortle of the day, have a look at this quote:

The fact that members of the House of Representatives went to the floor to vote on the climate bill with false information is unacceptable. As the Senate begins work on this issue, members should view communications from lobbying groups opposing climate and green jobs legislation with increased skepticism.

Yeah, Al wrote that under the title ‘Dishonest Lobbying‘.  I guess he’d know all about that.

Gore Lied has a video you should see, wherein a certain Mr. Gore is, well, skewered.

I say profit, you say prophet, let’s call the whole thing off.

Is Al Gore a Bond villain?


Al learned a valuable lesson about being careful what you wish for.  Well, Al got a wish granted in Texas, a giant new wind farm.  What a shame the green jobs he promised would rePower America are all in China.  Of course, when someone thinks up a way for the ‘climate crisis’ to be fixed, without wrecking the global economy, well Al can’t stand for that.

Proving his worth as a prophet, Al’s new book Our Choice, is ‘an admission that facts alone will not persuade Americans to act on global warming and that appealing to their spiritual side is the way forward.’  Sounds like a religion to me.  To folks in the UK, too.

Pop quiz: When is an African proverb not an African proverb?  When Al Gore uses it, that’s when.

Wasn’t that fun? For more chuckles and grins at the expense of Al Gore and his merry band of Warmers, you’ll have to click on over to The Daily Bayonet for Parts 2 through 5 (including the weekly Global Hottie).

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