Al Gore Jr. Hypes Climate Change Nonsense To Kids While Telling Them Their Parents Are Clueless

2-5-09

Glenn Beck got a call to his radio show yesterday from one pissed off parent. Follow along as we disseminate just what happened and what is going on behind the backs of parents within the four walls of the government mandated educational system…

Here we have the loony whack, Al Gore Jr. unknowingly captured on tape attempting to brainwash a bunch of kids during a school visit with his alarmist climate change garbage. Really now, how hard is it to get a bunch of 12 year olds wound up? I guess he got tired of trying to ram his schtick down the throats of the increasingly skeptical adult population so he decided to refocus his efforts on a captive audience of impressionable children. If you thought you were ready to clock this imbecile upside the head before just wait until you take a listen to these two audio clips….

Roll the tapes Barky…


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According to this ying yang Al Gore Jr. parents are too stupid to raise their kids properly so he takes it upon himself to go around behind their backs and try and fill their children’s heads full of his climate change nonsense. This flake not only blows tens of thousands of dollars on utility bills at his home in Tennessee but he also appears to have a massive financial stake in all of this climate change mumbo jumbo.

From humanevents.com:

Al Gore is chairman and founder of a private equity firm called Generation Investment Management (GIM). According to Gore, the London-based firm invests money from institutions and wealthy investors in companies that are going green. “Generation Investment Management, purchases — but isn’t a provider of — carbon dioxide offsets,” said spokesman Richard Campbell in a March 7 report by CNSNews.

GIM appears to have considerable influence over the major carbon-credit trading firms that currently exist: the Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX) in the U.S. and the Carbon Neutral Company (CNC) in Great Britain. CCX is the only firm in the U.S. that claims to trade carbon credits.

CCX owes its existence in part to the Joyce Foundation, the Chicago-based liberal foundation that provided $347,000 in grant support in 2000 for a preliminary study to test the viability of a market in carbon credits. On the CCX board of directors is the ubiquitous Maurice Strong, a Canadian industrialist and diplomat who, since the 1970s, has helped create an international policy agenda for the environmentalist movement. Strong has described himself as “a socialist in ideology, a capitalist in methodology.” His former job titles include “senior advisor” to UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, “senior advisor” to World Bank President James Wolfensohn and board member of the United Nations Foundation, a creation of Ted Turner. The 78-year-old Strong is very close to Gore.

CCX has about 80 members that are self-confessed emitters of greenhouse gases. They have voluntarily committed themselves to reduce their emissions by the year 2010 to a level 6% below their emissions in 2000. CCX members include Ford Motor Company, Amtrak, DuPont, Dow Corning, American Electric Power, International Paper, Motorola, Waste Management and a smattering of other companies, along with the states of Illinois and New Mexico, seven cities and a number of universities. Presumably the members “purchase” carbon offsets on the CCX trading exchange. This means they make contributions to or investments in groups or firms that provide forms of “alternative,” “renewable” and “clean” energy.

CCX also has “participant members” that develop the carbon-offset projects. They have names like Carbon Farmers and Eco-Nomics Incorporated. Still, other participant member groups facilitate, finance and market carbon-offset projects to “sequester, destroy or displace” greenhouse gases. CCX aspires to be the New York Stock Exchange of carbon-emissions trading.

Along with Gore, the co-founder of GIM is Treasury Secretary and former Goldman Sachs CEO Hank Paulson. Last September, Goldman Sachs bought 10% of CCX shares for $23 million. CCX owns half the ECX, so Goldman Sachs has a stake there as well.

GIM’s “founding partners” are studded with officials from Goldman Sachs. They include David Blood, former CEO of Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM); Mark Ferguson, former co-head of GSAM pan-European research; and Peter Harris, who headed GSAM international operations. Another founding partner is Peter Knight, who is the designated president of GIM. He was Sen. Al Gore’s chief of staff from 1977-1989 and the campaign manager of the 1996 Clinton-Gore re-election campaign.

Like CCX, the ECX has about 80 member companies, including Barclays, BP, Calyon, Endesa, Fortis, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and Shell, and ECX has contracted with the European Union to further develop a futures market in carbon trading. What’s in it for the companies? They will benefit either by investing in carbon credits or by receiving subsidies for doing so.

Any ideas on why Gore had to make London the home base for his carbon credit business? Why not here in the good ole U.S. of A. Albert? And look who is the co-founder of Gore’s Generation Investment Management, why none other than the former Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson, you know the guy that wanted to give away billions of taxpayer money with no accountability in the first round of the “bailouts?”

Please read the entire article to get a real good idea of just why Gore continues to pound away with his climate religion. It’s all about the money and the transfer of wealth plain and simple…and not a damn thing about the weather.

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2 Responses to Al Gore Jr. Hypes Climate Change Nonsense To Kids While Telling Them Their Parents Are Clueless

  1. Palpatine says:

    I want to sell 500 million carbon credits to Al Gore

  2. andrew evans says:

    Disgraceful….he is doing everything they accuse the religious people of doing to their children and they condemn those parents for it.

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