Al Gore used “science terrorism” to get rich off global warming scam

The issue of catastrophic climate change/global warming is perhaps the greatest scientific hoax ever perpetuated, but the big lie is relentlessly pushed by Marxist-Left hypocrites like former Vice President Al Gore.

In a column for The Daily Telegraph, Miranda Divine notes that what Gore and those like him, who claim some special insight into the issue, have done is essentially used scientific terrorism as a means of pushing an agenda that has made them very, very wealthy.

Gore is the creator of the fraudulent global warming flick “An Inconvenient Truth” (which won an Academy Award for Best Documentary, telling you all you need to know about the politics of Academy Awards), and now he’s produced a follow-up called “An Inconvenient Sequel,” which is every bit the scaremongering (and fact-free) screed its predecessor was.

One scene shows a crying Asian man who whines, “I feel so scared,” as Gore pats his hand in a ‘brave attempt’ to soothe his fears of the impending apocalypse. (Related: Latest climate change scare story: Rising oceans to produce “2 billion climate refugees” by the year 2100, alarmists claim.)

Divine writes:

Scaremongering is what Gore does best, and fear is the business model that has made him rich, though his every apocalyptic scenario has failed to materialize.

No truer words.

She notes further that while in Australia earlier this month to hawk his new sequel, the former Veep made the ridiculous claim that Mama Nature is “screaming” at all the ‘damage’ we damned humans are doing to the planet, you see, and that is leading to a world tumbling into “political disruption and chaos and diseases, stronger storms and more destructive floods” — if, of course, we all buy into Al Gore’s BS.

And far too many in the West have bought in. In Australia, for example, Devine writes that Labor Party members pledged that Victoria, Queensland, the ACT and South Australia would go full-on renewable energy to produce no emissions by 2050. No matter how destructive the decision is to their economies or how badly it will hit Australians in their pocketbooks and comfort zones.

“They haven’t learned the lesson from SA’s extreme green experiment with renewable energy that has produced nothing but crippling blackouts and the highest electricity prices in the world,” Divine wrote.

The Paris Climate Accords are a perfect example as well. But they are also a great example of just how bogus the human-caused “climate change/global warming” narrative really is — and how it all really is just about money, and the enrichment of the elite.

Case in point, as noted by Reuters:

The U.S. decision to pull out of the Paris climate agreement means Turkey is less inclined to ratify the deal because the U.S. move jeopardizes compensation promised to developing countries, President Tayyip Erdogan said…

As reported by The National Sentinel, Turkey’s example makes it plain that the Accords were really just about extracting hundreds of billions of dollars out of the U.S. and other major economic powers’ countries, then passing it along to other countries that were going to be able to continue producing the same emissions:

The entire scheme was nothing more than a big payout, which ought to make the global warming faithful ask the question: How, exactly, does transferring wealth affect climate?

As for Gore, Divine wonders how it’s even possible for him to “show his face” 11 years after his disgracefully dishonest “documentary” featured warning after scary warning about a climate-related apocalypse that never occurred.

“Unless we take drastic measures the world would reach a point of no return within 10 years,” he told us then.

Wrong. Like, by a lot. In fact, none of what the climate change hucksters like Gore are claiming is true.

Scaring people into believing in “global warming” has been Gore’s business model for becoming very wealthy.

J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for NaturalNews.com and NewsTarget.com, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.

Sources include:

DailyTelegraph.com

TheNationalSentinel.com

Reuters.com

CFACT.org