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Written by Erick San Juan   
Wednesday, 02 June 2010 20:43

 

By Erick San Juan

 

C irca 2006 former U.S. Vice President Al Gore released his documentary film, An Inconvenient Truth. Since then, several issues were raised, questioning the credibility of his report which is actually based on his book. A film was also released – 'The Great Global Warming Swindle' that featured credible scientists questioning Al Gore’s manufactured data. When this film, 'An Inconvenient Truth' got hold of the Filipino audience, we took the responsibility of writing several articles on this and exposed the lies. From then on, any event that has something to do with climate change AKA global-warming hoax, this author will always see to it that our readers will not easily fall for their trap. One such event was held last December 2009 at Copenhagen in Denmark. In spite of the anomalies that were exposed through the leaked e-mails that showed how they manipulated the data to justify the lie, the summit pushed through but failed.

 

This time around, the “patron saint” of global warming – Al Gore will present his An Inconvenient Truth (fraud), Asian version to the Filipino audience this June with multimedia presentation to increase fear mongering among our most gullible audience. Why the so called “Asian version”? I’m pretty sure that he will use (again) the natural calamities that we experienced as part of that “version” without any understanding of several important contributing factors. We have to be on the lookout for personalities in different sectors of society who will kowtow to this master of fraud and ask them if they know what they’re dealing with. If they will be “slaves” to this hoax as individuals, go ahead but to bring the whole nation to this insanity – we will stand guard against them.

 

We must all remember that this is a well-planned scheme to bring humanity to another level of deception, to fleece their sweat and blood. Al Gore with his London-based hedge fund, Generation Investment Management, and his cohorts that established the “Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX)” will make Asia a part of this looting.

 

The City of London started this “carbon trading” in 2002 and such, “business” picked up when the European Emissions Trading Scheme came along in 2005. The multibillion-dollar carbon-trading scheme of the world’s financial oligarchs is the real agenda of this climate-change fiasco. The large financial conglomerates, involved in derivative trade include JP Morgan Chase, Bank America Merrill Lynch, Barclay's, Citi Bank, Nomura, Société Générale, Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs are actively involved in carbon trading.  (FACTBOX: Investment banks in carbon trading | Reuters, 14 September 2009).

 

O ne comment that we got from the internet about Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth: “I'll never forget that part where he said that the polar bears were going to drown because of global warming.” Turns out that the creatures can swim for 60 miles. Then he forgot to mention he had an interest in a hedge fund, Generation Investment Management, which was set to profit from carbon trading. I wonder now that global warming has been exposed as a hoax, if he has to give back the Nobel Prize . . .

 

We must learn to read between the lies from the likes of Al Gore and the schemers of carbon trading and eventually expose such tall tales. Let us all do our share to stop these alarmists and just stick to the truth and spread it. # # #

 

For more articles written by Erick San Juan, please visit his blog, www.ericksanjuan.blogspot.com

 

 



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