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French physicist calls Al Gore a ‘crook’ over global warming issues

Posted in Uncategorized by Patrick Truax on December 28, 2007

Nobel Peace Prize winner Al Gore addresses on the UN Climate Conference in Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia, 13 December 2007. Al Gore urged delegates of the conference to take immediate action to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases blamed for global warming. EPA/MAST IRHAM

By M&C US News Dec 28, 2007, 18:36 GMT

Al Gore is taking a beating in France, where people long resisted the green message and the nuclear industry thrives for home energy.

Bloomberg’s Jorg von Uthmann reports that the Paris bookstores are filled with tomes debunking the Gore message despite him winning the Nobel Peace Prize.

France’s number one Gore debunker is physicist Claude Allegre, a former education minister and a physicist by profession. Uthmann reports that his new book, “Ma Verite Sur la Planete” – My Truth About the Planet” – lays it out.

Gore is called a “crook” presiding over an eco-business that pumps out cash.

Uthmann writes of Allegre who says Gore’s French followers, “the author(Allegre) likens them to religious zealots who, far from saving humanity, are endangering it. Driven by a Judeo-Christian guilt complex, he says, French greens paint worst-case scenarios and attribute little-understood cycles to human misbehavior.”

Allegre dismisses renewable energies alternatives, such as wind or solar power, saying it would take a century for them to become a serious factor in meeting the world’s energy demands.

*Snort* Even the French know that algore is a fraud!

Read more of the fraud that couldnt even win his own state, yet accused his opponent of cheating in his brothers home state, here…


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  1. Patrick Truax said, on December 28, 2007 at 10:31 pm

    Al Gore, the enviromental profiteer, is slowly being exposed for the fraud he is..

  2. axe said, on December 31, 2007 at 2:34 am

    Has anyone ever wondered why this conference couldn’t have been held in Manhattan? Great restaurants for the attendees, and no need to worry about those pesky NYC parking restrictions. And they could have save how many hundreds of thousands of gallons of avgas flying off to that remote island?

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