Saturday, July 11, 2009

Gore Lays out Motives

If you've read my previous posts, you know I don't think much of the theory of anthropogenic global warming. I linked several posts on the subject in my discussion of the passage of H.R. 2454.

Well, another fascinating story has come up. On July 7, 2009 in Oxford at the Smith School World Forum on Enterprise and the Environment, Al Gore included in his comments, "But it is the awareness itself that will drive the change and one of the ways it will drive the change is through global governance and global agreements." As the evidence mounts that the theory of anthropogenic global warming is a fraud, the secondary (or primary?) goals of the movement force its proponents to keep pushing ahead, undeterred by science.

As Mr. Gore indicated above, global governance is a huge part of the movement. The other part is global socialism, as Christine Stewart, Canada's former environment minister helped to explain: "Climate change provides the greatest chance to bring about justice and equality in the world." On another occasion, she said, "No matter if the science is all phony, there is still collateral environmental benefits to global warming policies." More on the flaws in the theory are detailed a couple of times in this blog, and Christine Stewart's quotation was included in this earlier post.

The biggest fear of the movement is that humanity won't do much of anything about their theories and the cycles of warming and cooling will, in time, be clearly linked to solar activity. This is not to say humankind has no impact, just that we don't, and can't have the type of impact activists would like us to believe.

If we make a massive effort, then any cooling might be attributed to that effort, and the sham can continue. If not, then the movement and its intended goals of global governance and global socialism will fail. It's little wonder Mr. Gore and his followers are trying so frantically to stir people and governments to action.

No comments: