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Last updated on March 6th, 2018 at 12:31 am
Is environmentalism a religion? Almost, says Al Gore:
I really and truly believe this should not be a political issue. It should be understood as a moral issue and an ethical issue. In the largest sense, it’s almost a spiritual issue, because our survival is at stake.
Testify, brother Al!
Two thousand scientists from a hundred countries, for 20 years, have arrived at a consensus on several points: Global warming is real. We human beings are largely responsible for it. The results are bad and headed toward catastrophic. We need to fix it and it’s not too late. And the consensus extends to some of these details that the oil company folks quarrel with—polar bears, for example. There’s a very specific set of findings there. They’ve just been listed on the endangered list.
UPDATE. More from Al-pocalypse Gore:
Speaking from an aircraft [from a what now? – ed] on Wednesday night, the movie’s narrator, former United States vice-president Al Gore, phoned into a Durban cinema audience warning of a “planetary emergency” of a kind never experienced before.
Gore says people have only five to 10 years to avert cataclysmic disasters, one thousand times worse than the terror of September 11 – and all directly due to global warming.
People who say things like this are usually cult leaders.
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