Al Gore: He’s Not Kidding–No cars for you




Michael Greer

Michael Greer

By Michael Greer

Al Gore and former Mexican President Filipe Calderon recently called for spending $90 trillion to redesign every city in the world to be car free. There has been little or no discussion of this in the main stream media. Why is that? If anyone on the right were to make such an absurd suggestion the media would still be mocking them endlessly.

Al Gore is the Godfather of Global Warming aka Climate Change. He is the Pope of the Climate Change Religion. He flies all over the world telling people the sky is falling and far too many people believe him. I went to protest a speech he was giving in Beverly Hills and people were lined up around the block to hear him. We held signs discrediting his claims. A few people came and spoke to us in gentle tones as if they were speaking to a non too bright child. They believed we were just simple minded and unable to understand the science (as if they did) and if they just pointed us in the right direction we’d see the light. When one of our group mentioned they had a PhD and gave them some factual data that was clearly over their heads, price they turned hostile.

Chinese Ghost Town

Chinese Ghost Town

So, vcialis 40mg let’s examine this proposal of Al Gore’s. He wants to spend $90 trillion to redesign every city in the world to take us out of our cars and private property and into apartments in high-rises (Sounds like Agenda 21, ailment doesn’t it?). He’s actually serious about this. He wants to take nearly TWICE as much money as there is in the world to combat “Climate Change”. Think about that for a minute. How would it even be possible to spend more money than there is? But say we could spend $90 trillion to rebuild all the cities, why would we? It certainly couldn’t be done without using fossil fuels. And all that construction would put more CO2 and real pollutants in the atmosphere than cars could in hundreds of years. If “climate change” were the immediate threat Gore claims, this would exacerbate it.

If we spend more money than there is in the world to rebuild cities we already have, how are we going to pay for all those bloated government employee union salaries, benefits and pensions? How are we going to support all the poor? How are we going to pay for the school breakfasts, lunches and dinners? The free college? Obamaphones? Obamacare, etc., etc., etc?

Anytime someone tells you, “The debate is over”, it’s a sure sign it isn’t. That should be a BIG red flag. Science is a never ending debate. It requires constant questioning. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of things considered “settled science” that have been proven wrong. How many years did they say the Piltdown Man was the missing link…until he was proven to be a hoax? How long has the Big Bang theory been sold as fact but is now being questioned?

An English High Court ruled that Gore’s “An Inconvenient Truth” contained eleven “factual inaccuracies” that had to be pointed out to students before it could be shown in schools. And yet, he won the Academy Award and the Noble Prize for his fraudulent claims. Why does anyone believe anything this man says?

Recently, an English newspaper, The Telegraph, published an article that explains how the temperature data has been “altered” to support the Global Warming claims. We need to remember 178 countries signed Agenda 21 and governments fund the data collection. The trouble for the Global Warming salesmen is that groups not funded by governments also collect the data.

Determining the average temperature of the world is not an exact science to start with. Anthony Watts, through his website: did a study of the temperature stations and found so many irregularities that their temperatures couldn’t be relied on to be accurate. Some were located in the middle of parking lots, or in shaded areas, or near machinery or on top of waste processing tanks. There are so many factors that effect temperature and it is too complicated for the average person to understand. That’s a Perfect Storm for fraud.

GlobalwarmingbearsIn 2008 Gore said the poles would be ice free in five to seven years. Well, it’s seven years and the poles haven’t melted. In 1993 he predicted all the coastal cities would be flooded by 2000 due to melting poles. Again, not the case. The media tried to use hurricane Sandy to validate his claim but Sandy wasn’t caused by melting poles or rising sea levels. Sandy was a hurricane. Hurricanes are not rare. The fact that Sandy’s name starts with an “S” means there were 18 hurricanes before it. Hurricanes have happened since the beginning of time and will continue to happen. And, in fact, here have been fewer hurricanes the last few years, not more.

Regardless of the predictions, made by Al Gore, proven wrong over and over, the media, Al Gore, and the UN funded IPCC will continue to push for car-less cities and government control over the activities of all living creatures in the name of “Climate Change” because Progressives never give up. NEVER.


Michael Greer retired from the film/television industry and is the co-organizer of the Santa Monica Tea Party and the Los Angeles Tea Party, on the board of directors of the Citizens’ Alliance for Property Rights and was a member of the Republican Central Committee for the 41st Assembly District.  Her website is:

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Billy Pilgrim
Billy Pilgrim
6 years ago

I don’t think you did your due diligence before posting this article. See below for quote from Business Insider:

“Business Insider spoke briefly with Calderon after the panel to ask him to explain where this $90 trillion was going to come from and how exactly one might persuade every city on earth to go along with it.

It turns out the $90 trillion is the total of infrastructure investment that is likely to be spent anyway building and upgrading cities. Gore and Calderon are arguing that it be spent more wisely, to produce cities that don’t encourage people to burn fossil fuels just to get from A to B.”

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