Al Gore’s 10-Year Countdown To Global Warming Apocalypse Expires this month

Gore Timetable Is Almost Game Over

The warming contingent has proven to be very agile, shall we say. When the temperature stabilizes rather than track upwards with CO2 levels, we are told that it is climate change rather than warming. When sea ice reaches record levels instead of melting, we are told that the arctic is the one we must watch. The dangers we are warned of are that there will be warming or cooling, huge rains or drought, tornadoes or a lack of tornadoes, and sea level rise or lack of sea level rise, all caused by our selfish desire to use the most efficient energy source to develop our economies that has ever been known. We cannot win because the elite get to create and manage the vocabulary, and the lap dog main stream press serve to repeat whatever the elites say.

However, there is one thing that elites should never do, and that is to announce clear and measurable expectations because at some point people will look back and ask if their prognostications were correct, and why we should continue to believe them if that is not the case. And so we come to predictions of Al Gore, who promised that we were on a short countdown to destruction.

On January 25th, 2006, while at the Sundance film festival, screening “An Inconvenient Truth”, Al Gore said this as chronicled in an article by CBS News:

The former vice president came to town for the premiere of “An Inconvenient Truth,” a documentary chronicling what has become his crusade since losing the 2000 presidential election: Educating the masses that global warming is about to toast our ecology and our way of life.

Gore has been saying it for decades, since a college class in the 1960s convinced him that greenhouse gases from oil, coal and other carbon emissions were trapping the sun’s heat in the atmosphere, resulting in a glacial meltdown that could flood much of the planet.

Americans have been hearing it for decades, wavering between belief and skepticism that it all may just be a natural part of Earth’s cyclical warming and cooling phases.

And politicians and corporations have been ignoring the issue for decades, to the point that unless drastic measures to reduce greenhouse gases are taken within the next 10 years, the world will reach a point of no return, Gore said.

He sees the situation as “a true planetary emergency.”

“If you accept the truth of that, then nothing else really matters that much,” Gore said in an interview with The Associated Press. “We have to organize quickly to come up with a coherent and really strong response, and that’s what I’m devoting myself to.”

Gore said that we had to act, that we only had 10 years to respond to the crisis. The moment of truth is here. January 25th, 2016 will mark the ten year point Gore promised was the point of no return. It could actually happen and the world might just descend into death throes since there are still ten days left for his predictions to become reality.

Strangely, the apocalypse seems delayed, and Gore seems to be nothing more than prophet of bad weather. But don’t expect the Global Warming lobby to back down with this monumental fail, because there is too much riding on the whole scheme. It is their livelihood, and though the “inconvenient truth” is that the doomsayers were wrong, they will continue to demand obedience and belief in their failed science. If you cannot believe in what they say, you can bet on their continued predictions of global catastrophe.




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