Al Gore: Denial=Racism

It’s a wonder why this man is still taken seriously, given his shocking attempts at deception in his movie and his blatant hypocrisy. However, he is viewed as a prophet by those in the AGW crowd, and people do listen to him. This time, he has drawn an insulting parallel between global warming skeptics and racism.

Reporter: I think that’s why it’s a little bit different than racism.

Gore: But I think it’s the same where the moral component is concerned.

Skeptics are equally as morally reprehensible as racists? Yet, Gore displays the same bigotry he describes when he labels skeptics as “deniers”, for having a different perspective on the science.

As well as making this ridiculous comparison, he provides this little insight.

You have to win the conversation, and that means challenging the climate deniers, it means asserting your beliefs. It means confronting candidates and elected officials with the depth of your convictions and the strength of your passion.

He runs a lot on faith, doesn’t he? Unfortunately for him, that has no bearing on how nature works.

The sycophantic, cheer-leading reporter also provides a bit of an insight.

And it’s difficult to confront the denial facts that people spew out.

Maybe, just putting it out there, that is because they are valid arguments. Oh no. Now I’m a racist. It’s cringeworthy to watch, but it is worth noting the interviewer’s interesting perspective on the 800 year lag in the Vostok ice cores, who seems to think the heat and carbon record speak for themselves, and that the debate is over.

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6 Responses to Al Gore: Denial=Racism

  1. techapilla says:

    Paraphrasing that quote from Gore – “You have to steamroll over other people’s beliefs, regardless of what merit their arguments may have”.

  2. Richard says:

    Could you make the same “racist” argument against carbon tax supporters? The global warming panic is a lot like the panic about blacks and Hispanics taking over in the southern states of the USA due to their higher birth rate isn’t it? What would the carbon tax revenue be used for? Anything racist?

  3. Demolishun says:

    Al Gore is opening himself up to an extremely powerful analogy. If he wants to use racism to describe acts against humanity he should tread very carefully. How about racism (or treating someone as a non-human) as applied to the unborn? Aren’t the unborn the “new” non-humans? Of course the argument that the unborn are not human is as ridiculous as saying blacks or Jews are not human isn’t it? But history shows us that is the exact same argument used to say they are not human. Burden on society, not really sentient, not really alive, cannot have a thought of their own…

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  5. second street says:

    when is this human pustule going to leave us alone??? there is not one piece of scientific information or observation that would lead a person with a logical mind to think we have a climate crisis on our hands. the climate is always changing and to say man is responsible is truly moronic. what about the 4.4 billion years the climate has been changing without man anywhere on the horizon.

    the changing of the climate may help or hurt certain areas of the world, but that is perfectly normal if you know anything about climate history. there’s a reason the sahara was lush, vikings grazed herds in greenland and palm trees were found in antarctica and just because this bulbous nitwit doesn’t understand is no reason for the rest of us to suffer. to equate this to civil rights is beyond the pale. maybe he should tell us how his father voted on civil rights legislation???

    man’s effect on climate would be the equivalent of me spitting off the end of the steel pier in atlantic city and claiming that i raised the sea levels. at the moment my spittle hit the ocean, i could say i raised the sea and i would be right ,but the statement is meaningless as is anything gore says.

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