Jun 04

Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up, June 5th 2009

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The Daily Bayonet does his weekly skewering with much joy and hilarity:

Gangsters are muscling in on Big Al’s territory and skeptics might be executed.  It’s just another week in the rough world of radical environmentalism, conveniently rounded up for your delectation and delight.

Beverages are recommended but the Daily Bayonet assumes no liability for sticky keyboards.

Part One: Al Gore & Friends

The world sank to its knees and gave thanks this week as the great profiteer prophet posted on his sacred blog.  Proclaiming the wisdom of what he likes to call the ‘Green Economy’, Al Gore shared this wisdom with the masses:

“Spending $100 billion within the domestic oil industry would create only about 542,000 jobs in the United States. A green infrastructure investment program would create nearly four times more jobs than spending the same amount of money on oil energy resources.”

Just one question, Al.  How?

You may recall that Gore balked under questioning from Congress about the money he stands to make if cap and bend over legislation passes, and now we see why he didn’t want to answer:

Hara, a 25-employee company that debuted in 2008, provides online software to help companies reduce their carbon footprint — a $2.5 billion market that will grow 10-fold if the proposed energy bill, which will require companies to get permits for emissions, becomes law

Perhaps Al’s green economy refers only to the green he’s pulling in from his ‘make carbon evil’ scam.

Bada bing, hold the presses, Al might have some new entries to the carbon trading business soon, and dese guys is tough competition, if ya know what I mean.  Should the mob get into the green agenda, the odd thing is that they will be some of the most honest people in the entire scheme; but they recognize a criminal shakedown when they see one.  Maybe they’ll make Al an offer he can’t refuse.

are you talkin' to me?

are you talkin’ to me?

Is Al bitter?  He spent $300 million on promotion for his ‘climate crisis’ and got exactly nowhere with the American public.  Is it a coincidence that he’s threatening the advertising industry?  He says that Current TV is the future, and of course he owns Current, although last we heard, things weren’t so rosy over there.

Canada’s perennial hippie, David Suzuki, says we need to take care of the oceans, or we might end up sleeping with the fishes.

my name is Luca

my name is Luca

My least favorite Royal, the man who divorced the model so he could marry his horse, calls for squirrel genocide.  Don’t squirrels have rights too, Prince?

Congratulations! You’ve made it to the end of Part One. Only four more Parts to go! If you make it through the next three parts at The Daily Bayonet, you’ll be rewarded at the very end with the weekly Global Hottie.

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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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