As the death toll rises in Burma where deaths could top 50,000, Al Gore cannot resist the chance at media exposure. Al Gore, could you possibly have some class? Could we maybe first find and bury the dead in Myanmar before you stick your mug in front of the media and blame the cyclone on global warming? Have a heart and a brain. There is something really inherently wrong and sick about using such a terrible crisis for your own agenda and gain. Might, Al? Way to go out on a limb and say what you really mean. Mr. Blame all on global warming … is it, or isn’t it the cause?
“… we’re seeing consequences that scientists have long predicted might be associated with continued global warming.”
Al … did you know that it was also Global warming that caused you to lose the 2000 Presidential Election.
Using tragedy to advance an agenda has been a strategy for many global warming activists, and it was just a matter of time before someone found a way to tie the recent Myanmar cyclone to global warming.
Former Vice President Al Gore in an interview on NPR’s May 6 “Fresh Air” broadcast did just that. He was interviewed by “Fresh Air” host Terry Gross about the release of his book, “The Assault on Reason,” in paperback.
“And as we’re talking today, Terry, the death count in Myanmar from the cyclone that hit there yesterday has been rising from 15,000 to way on up there to much higher numbers now being speculated,” Gore said. “And last year a catastrophic storm from last fall hit Bangladesh. The year before, the strongest cyclone in more than 50 years hit China – and we’re seeing consequences that scientists have long predicted might be associated with continued global warming.”
In the world of the “One Trick Pony” Al Gore … the cause of everything is Global Warming. Because we have never, ever had a volcanic eruption, hurricane, cyclone, typhoon, tropical storms, tsunamis, tornado or any other natural disaster in the entire history of the earth. But Al Gore knows better and more than all of us and scientists who dispute his notions of global warming and its causes on weather.