Al Gore brings climate change message to Kansas City … Former vice president Al Gore spoke about climate change Saturday during the Folk Alliance International conference at the Westin Crown Center hotel. But the former vice president, speaking Saturday in Kansas City, cited many more recent examples how heavy use of fossil fuels is contributing to extreme weather events and trends, in his view. Gore filled a Westin Crown Center ballroom with a 90-minute presentation, using photos and videos to illustrate a litany of floods, wildfires, torrential rains, droughts, dust storms, rising sea levels and increasing world temperatures. – The Kansas City Star
Dominant Social Theme: The water is rising! The crisis is coming! The world is ending! Only Al Gore and the United Nations can save us now …
Free-Market Analysis: Al Gore is back at it again. One of the best-known climate doomsters is apparently on the hustings once again, and for various reasons that we will mention in this analysis, his reappearance is disturbing, indeed.
At a time when the charlatans behind global warming are losing both credibility and lawsuits, Gore nonetheless steps up, providing easily manipulated audiences with a broad gamut of faux-facts.
Here's more from the article:
To those attending the Folk Alliance International conference, he noted examples of flooding in locations both remote and closer to home, such as in Manitou Springs, Colo., where high water barreled down mountain highways last year, carrying cars along with it.
"They had never seen anything like this in Manitou Springs," Gore said. He cited the possibility of how flooding in Pakistan could destabilize that country, a nuclear power, and the possible effect that continuing drought in California might have on the world's food supply.
"Think about that," he said. "The Dust Bowl is coming back, quickly, unless we act." Gore presented animation from his 2006 film depicting water pushing into the streets of lower Manhattan — much mocked at the time, Gore said — followed by images of water filling New York City subway tunnels during Hurricane Sandy in October 2012.
Gore conceded the possible fatigue some may have with his warnings, as well as the possible sense of powerlessness as to what any one individual can do to affect what appear to be vast, unchangeable trends. "Do we really have to do this and — if the answer is yes — can we do it?"
… Gore urged those in attendance to write songs and spread a renewable energy message "all over this land." Folk music, he added, "played a positive role in resolving the central question in civil rights, as to what was truly right and truly wrong."
The reason that Gore's reemergence is disturbing has little to do with him and much to do with what seems increasingly obvious: That the world's globalist elites have developed weather-manipulation technology and are quite serious about deploying it.
HAARP facilities – apparently there are at least three of them now – are the most obvious culprits in this matter. It is apparently not difficult to super-heat air at high altitude and thus disrupt natural weather conditions causing either more or less precipitation. Over time this can give way to droughts or floods.
Jesse Ventura in one of his "Conspiracy Theory" television episodes attempted to visit a HAARP facility but was turned away. US officials are evidently quite secretive about what's going on at HAARP, even though the public explanation regarding HAARP focuses on purely scientific research.
Nonetheless, the US government has filed hundreds of patents regarding weather manipulation; meanwhile, the ever-vigilant and suspicious alternative media has questioned numerous recent weather catastrophes.
Global warming may be hard to produce; not so "climate change." If indeed the power elite has embarked on a deliberate campaign of climate change (to support various kinds of economic manipulations), then it makes sense to send one of the world's best known drummers back out onto the circuit. Gore's reemergence may coincide with a renewed effort to reignite this dangerous meme.
Again, we understand the above constitutes a kind of "loony talk" (though in this era of NSA revelations, less so than previously). But the resolution of such questions would be simple. The US government could simply open up the doors of HAARP to explain the kind of purely scientific research that goes on there.
This sort of simple and powerful action could also put to rest the controversy over the amount of gold the US Treasury has on hand in places like Fort Knox. Again, the answer is easy enough: Simply open up the doors and let people see for themselves.
Why don't they?