Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore made a documentary film and a report about global warming entitled, An Inconvenient Truth by Al Gore. It featured the evolution of the ecology and a book about global warming by scientists and ecologists. He became an instant environmentalist using a one sided script of global warming, giving lectures worldwide. He pointed out that so many minds have to be altered to convince the people of the danger and produce a solution as to the world’s possible extinction.
Gore showed several convincing statistics on how humans over used the worlds energy. The arctic is melting, CO2 is higher, the earth’s ozone layer is now depleting, etc. etc. Natural calamities and weather conditions have become erratic, diseases modify and virus mutates in the process. But Gore is giving us only a part of the truth. I hope that he’s not a prophet of doom for the globalist fear mongering agenda.
Gore said that global warming is a moral issue. I agree. But we have to remind him to look who’s talking. Has he forgotten the moral issue that the U.S.A. has been proposing through its several think tank and lobby groups, agreements and international policies which his government defies like the Kyoto Protocol?
What about its drug companies which patriotic Americans, book authors and writers has exposed? For example, the modified virus which mutates like SARS, flu virus, etc., which in turn would earn more money for drug companies since they would sell more medicines needed for the virus and of course these medicines would be expensive. What about the so called maintenance medicines especially for the senior citizens? These medicines make them addicted to it for the rest of their lives.
Maybe Gore could also touch on the issue of depopulation, weather engineering and state sponsored terrorism. These issues can’t be kept a secret anymore from the American people, despite sanitized and “balanced” newspapers and TV networks report.
The world has now awakened to the schemes of the globalist agenda.
DR. ERICK SAN JUAN
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