The not-so-useful idiot?
That would be Al Gore – former vice president, presidential also-ran, Climbit Change zillionaire, and world-class hypocrite. If you’ve ever wondered how Al managed to flunk out of divinity school, his recent speech at the EcoCity World Summit, in Australia, should make it clear to you.
Addressing his fellow dorks, Gore likened their campaign against imaginary Global Warming and Climbit Change to historical crusades against slavery and apartheid and for women’s suffrage and “gay rights”:
Former Vice President Al Gore likened the battle against “global warming” to previous social causes. Gore spoke to the EcoCity World Summit in Melbourne Australia on July 13th. The conference is being held from July 12-14.
“The abolition of slavery, woman’s suffrage and women’s rights, the civil rights movement and the anti apartheid movement in South Africa, the movement to stop the toxic phase of nuclear arms race and more recently the gay rights movement,” Gore said. “All these movements have one thing in common. they were all met with ferocious resistance,” Gore said on July 13th during his talk to the conference in Melbourne. (Full Transcript of Al Gore’s Speech to Australian Climate Summit)
Gore sang the praises of fossil fuels during his speech. “Must we change? We have had tremendous benefits from our reliance on fossil fuels. Poverty has declined, living standards have increased and we still depend on them for more than 80% of world’s energy,” Gore opened his talk stating. But then he again added, “Must we change?”
Gore’s answer was yes…
So “gay rights” is this high moral aspiration? Not according to the Bible it isn’t. No wonder this guy flunked out of divinity school.
Other speakers at the fraud-fest equated government action on Climbit Change with the achievement of “gender and social equity.” Like, the Climbit she’s a-changin’… so we gotta have a lot of new pronouns for a lot of new genders!
The Godless, and those who wish to act as gods themselves, don’t even make sense anymore. For some reason, their insistence that there’s no such thing as objective truth, and that a text can only mean whatever the reader thinks it means, has led them into a vast thicket of irrationality. Do they even suspect how nutty they sound?
Of course not.
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