Monday, April 30, 2007
It appears that when an entire country changes its mind on the fraud of global warming, Al Gore has a hissy fit. As we took notice that Canada seems ready to dump the bullshit Kyoto Protocols and come up with a sensible plan to combat alleged global warming, Al Gore went into hyperventilation as he sees another country seeing his Chicken Little approach not being their approach.
Just think: we avoided having Al Gore running this country by a few hundred votes in Florida. Yikes.
Gore Calls Canada Climate Plan a 'Fraud'
Al Gore condemned Canada's new plan to reduce greenhouse gases, saying it was "a complete and total fraud" because it lacks specifics and gives industry a way to actually increase emissions.
Under the initiative announced Thursday, Canada aims to reduce the current level of greenhouse gas emissions 20 percent by 2020. But the government acknowledged it would not meet its obligations under the Kyoto Protocol, which requires 35 industrialized countries to cut greenhouse-gas emissions by 5 percent below 1990 levels by 2012.
The country's emissions are now 30 percent above 1990 levels.
The conservative government's strategy focuses both on reducing emissions of gases blamed for global warming and improving air quality. But the plan failed to spell out what many of its regulations will look like.
Gore said the plan did not make clear how Canada would reach its 2020 emissions goal. He also criticized the plan for allowing industries to pollute more if they use emissions-cutting technologies while increasing production.
"In my opinion, it is a complete and total fraud," Gore said Saturday. "It is designed to mislead the Canadian people."
Al Gore calls this a fraud, yet he has gushing love for the Euro-peons, whose greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise despite their plans.
The story here is that Al Gore is a fraud, and the worst Climate Nazi of our time. Perhaps of all time.