25 Global Warming Debunking Videos Al Gore Doesn’t Want You To See

by editor on April 22, 2009

Poor Al Gore. He was flying high a couple years ago. OK, OK, so it was in a carbon spewing private jet, but how else is a guy supposed to get to Stockholm to pick up his Nobel Prize and then to Hollywood to pick up his Oscar?

The last twelve months haven’t been so kind. Gore’s claim that “The debate is settled” is beginning to sound a little desperate. The only thing falling faster than temperatures is the former veep’s credibility.

So let’s kick a guy when he’s down. Let’s put another 25 chinks in the Goracle’s tin foil armor. Here are our Top 25 anti-Global Warming Videos Al Gore Doesn’t Want You To See. But we do.

Happy Earth Day.

6th Annual Meeting of Doctors for Disaster Preparedness

Global Warming Doomsday Called Off

John Stossel: Give me a break!

Glenn Beck Montage of clips on Global Warming (90:00)

The Great Global Warming Swindle

Ten minutes to expose global warming scam

The Global Warming CO2 Scam

Apocalypse? No!

Glenn Beck’s Exposed; The Climate of Fear

Freeman Dyson on Global Warming (2 parts)

Red Hot Lies (7 parts)

Sir David Attenborough: The Truth About Climate Change

Global Warming is Fake

Exposed: Climate of Fear (Glenn Beck)

Global Warming, some real science

The Great Global Warming Swindle

Lou Dobbs Global Warming Scam Segment (1/31/09)

Alex Jones – Global Warming & The NAU Carbon Tax Scam

Chris Horner Explains the Hype Behind Global Warming

Al Gore sued by over 30 000 Scientists for fraud John Coleman

Bullshit! – Environmental Hysteria

Penn and Teller – Bullshit! – Environmental Hysteria

The Myth about Global Warming

Unstoppable Solar Cycles

Climate Catastrophe Canceled

Last, but maybe most important: Michael Crichton “State of Fears”

We hope you liked those.

You’ll also enjoy (or hate) our article, Earth Day predictions of 1970. The reason you shouldn’t believe Earth Day predictions of 2009.

Further Reading: Red Hot Lies: How Global Warming Alarmists Use Threats, Fraud, and Deception to Keep You Misinformed

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Michael Kinsey

I really don’t like being lied to. Global warming, 911, Gulf of Tonkin, magic bullet, chem trail, floride,papacy total authority,Jeckel Island, and a bait and switch wedding ring, and the right to murder innocent children acting as a parasite in the womb of a woman.Justice must come soon, or were all doomed. There is a Just God.


Hmmmmm…like the greetard warmers don’t have anyone backing them? Monk you’re propaganda is laughable at best.

Here Monk, Rolling Stone seems to have had a “convenient elimination” of this from their website but it’s still floating around. Called “The Great American Bubble Machine.” To Goldman Sachs you can add wonderful a-holes like George Soros, who conveniently controls much of the mainstream media, and Maurice Strong who’s hiding out in Beijing after the Food for Oil Scandal. Just follow the money. You’ll see they’re all praying the stupid of the world buy into this crap so they can reap billions on carbon credits, carbon trading and carbon taxes. You can add most governments to this, because they’re salivating over the tax money they can screw everyone out of. Including the libtard in the White House who’s never seen a tax he didn’t like.

Here’s a paste from the article. Try actually reading something instead of propaganda for a change, it might open your mind.


Fast-forward to today. it’s early June in Washington, D.C. Barack Obama, a popular young politician whose leading private campaign donor was an investment bank called Goldman Sachs – its employees paid some $981,000 to his campaign – sits in the White House. Having seamlessly navigated the political minefield of the bailout era, Goldman is once again back to its old business, scouting out loopholes in a new government-created market with the aid of a new set of alumni occupying key government jobs.

Gone are HankPaulson and Neel Kashkari; in their place are Treasury chief of staff Mark Patterson and CFTC chief Gary Gensler, both former Goldmanites. (Gensler was the firm’s co-head of finance.) And instead of credit derivatives or oil futures or mortgage-backed CDOs, the new game in town, the next bubble, is in carbon credits – a booming trillion dollar market that barely even exists yet, but will if the Democratic Party that it gave $4,452,585 to in the last election manages to push into existence a groundbreaking new commodities bubble, disguised as an “environmental plan,” called cap-and-trade.

The new carbon-credit market is a virtual repeat of the commodities-market casino that’s been kind to Goldman, except it has one delicious new wrinkle: If the plan goes forward as expected, the rise in prices will be government-mandated. Goldman won’t even have to rig the game. It will be rigged in advance.

Here’s how it works: If the bill passes, there will be limits for coal plants, utilities, natural-gas distributors and numerous other industries on the amount of carbon emissions (a.k.a. greenhouse gases) they can produce per year. If the companies go over their allotment, they will be able to buy “allocations” or credits from other companies that have managed to produce fewer emissions: President Obama conservatively estimates that about $646 billion worth of carbon credits will be auctioned in the first seven years; one of his top economic aides speculates that the real number might be twice or even three times that amount.

The feature of this plan that has special appeal to speculators is that the “cap” on carbon will be continually lowered by the government, which means that carbon credits will become more and more scarce with each passing year. Which means that this is a brand-new commodities market where the main commodity to be traded is guaranteed to rise in price over time. The volume of this new market will be upwards of a trillion dollars annually; for comparison’s sake, the annual combined revenues of all’ electricity suppliers in the U.S. total $320 billion.

Goldman wants this bill. The plan is (1) to get in on the ground floor of paradigm-shifting legislation, (2) make sure that they’re the profit-making slice of that paradigm and (3) make sure the slice is a big slice. Goldman started pushing hard for cap-and-trade long ago, but things really ramped up last year when the firm spent $3.5 million to lobby climate issues. (One of their lobbyists at the time was none other than Patterson, now Treasury chief ofstaff.) Back in 2005, when Hank Paulson was chief of Goldman, he personally helped author the bank’s environmental policy, a document that contains some surprising elements for a firm that in all other areas has been consistently opposed to any sort of government regulation. Paulson’s report argued that “voluntary action alone cannot solve the climate-change problem.” A few years later, the bank’s carbon chief, Ken Newcombe, insisted that cap-and-trade alone won’t be enough to fix the climate problem and called for further public investments in research and development. Which is convenient, considering that Goldman made early investments in wind power (it bought a subsidiary called Horizon Wind Energy), renewable diesel (it is an investor in a firm called Changing World Technologies) and solar power (it partnered with BP Solar), exactly the kind of deals that will prosper if the government forces energy producers to use cleaner energy. As Paulson said at the time, “We’re not making those investments to lose money.”

The bank owns a 10 percent stake in the Chicago Climate Exchange, where the carbon credits will be traded. Moreover, Goldman owns a minority stake in Blue Source LLC, a Utah-based firm that sells carbon credits of the type that will be in great demand if the bill passes. Nobel Prize winner Al Gore, who is intimately involved with the planning of cap-and-trade, started up a company called Generation Investment Management with three former bigwigs from Goldman Sachs Asset Management, David Blood, Mark Ferguson and Peter Hanis. Their business? Investing in carbon offsets, There’s also a $500 million Green Growth Fund set up by a Goldmanite to invest in green-tech … the list goes on and on. Goldman is ahead of the headlines again, just waiting for someone to make it rain in the right spot. Will this market be bigger than the energy-futures market?

“Oh, it’ll dwarf it,” says a former staffer on the House energy committee.

Well, you might say, who cares? If cap-and-trade succeeds, won’t we all be saved from the catastrophe of global warming?Maybe – but cap-and-trade, as envisioned by Goldman, is really just a carbon tax structured so that private interests collect the revenues. Instead of simply imposing a fixed government levy on carbon pollution and forcing unclean energy producers to pay for the mess they make, cap-and-trade will allow a small tribe of greedy-as-hell Wall Street swine to turn yet another commodities market into a private tax-collection scheme. This is worse than the bailout: It allows the bank to seize taxpayer money before it’s even collected.

“If it’s going to be a tax, I would prefer that Washington set the tax and collect it,” says Michael Masters, the hedgefund director who’ spoke out against oil-futures speculation. “But we’re saying that Wall Street can set the tax, and Wall Street can collect the tax. That’s the last thing in the world I want, It’s just asinine.”

Cap-and-trade is going to happen. Or, if it doesn’t, something like it will. The moral is the same as for all the other bubbles that Goldman helped create, from 1929 to 2009. In almost every case, the very same bank that behaved recklessly for years, weighing down the system with toxic loans and predatory debt, and accomplishing nothing but massive bonuses for a few bosses, has been rewarded with mountains of virtually free money and government guarantees – while the actual victims in this mess, ordinary taxpayers, are the ones paying for it.

It’s not always easy to accept the reality of what we now routinely allow these people to get away with; there’s a kind of collective denial that kicks in when a country goes through what America has gone through lately, when a people lose as much prestige and status as we have in the past few years. You can’t really register the fact that you’re no longer a citizen of a thriving first-world democracy, that you’re no longer above getting robbed in broad daylight, because like an amputee, you can still sort of feel things tbat are no longer there.

But this is it. This is the world we live in now. And in this world, some of us have to play by the rules, while others get a note from the principal excusing them from homework till the end of time, plus 10 billion free dollars in a paper bag to buy lunch. It’s a gangster state, running on gangster economics, and even prices can’t be trusted anymore; there are hidden taxes in every buck you pay. And maybe we can’t stop it, but we should at least know where it’s all going.


All debunked. Check Greenman’s videos at Youtube for details.

The best source for info are the global temp charts that even deniers use. The trend line is moving upward.

Also, check out the “denial machine” video and the _Rolling Stone_ article “As the World Burns” to see who is behind denialism.


“All debunked”? Is that the new phrase? Did you finally run out of wind power on “the debate is over” and its B-side “the science is settled”? (Not surprised. Wind power is a joke.)

The use of oil to move goods from place to place is the best weapon against starvation. The use of it to make plastics has also been a boon to civilization. If you don’t believe me, go into a hospital (a clean American one, not a British “rubbish tip” of a hospital). Our lives are constantly made better by the use of oil-based products; and by “better” I don’t mean “spiffier”; I mean in very tangible ways that benefit life and the advancement of civilization. Fossil fuel has no equal. It’s the most useful substance on Earth that isn’t a food. (But you probably want me to be impressed with that old lie about Native Americans “using every part of a slain animal,” while you turn your nose up at the genius with which modern civilization uses oil.)

Then along come the hand-wringers and the worry-mongers with their fear of oceans going up an inch and the temperature rising two degrees. You are utterly blind to the miracles we have accomplished. To back up on those miracles for an inch of water and two degrees of temperature would be stupid. To do so when the fears are a scam is beyond stupid. It’s criminal.


I also went STRAIGHT to the Attenborough one, because I know Chris Horner is funded by the CEI and I have read his book. No science, just politics. I can’t believe they put a “SEE this is the PRoof that AGW is real” video on a blog that is supposedly debunking the AGW thing!

Plus, the 30,000 “Scientists” are people still trotting that thing around? Geri Haliwell the Spice Girl was on that list at one point.


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Tamsin Edwards

David Attenborough doesn’t support the blog article view – the whole programme is about anthropogenic influence on the environment and climate:


Paul Nechwatal

Yep, i don’t get it either…….i went straight to that video, as i didn’t
think David Attenborough supported your particular view.
Maybe he does, but that segment being on this site makes me question this sites credibility.

Tamsin Edwards

You appear not to have actually watched Sir David Attenborough’s video, which is a very clear explanation (with climate scientist Peter Cox) about one of the ways in which we *have* attributed late 20th century warming to human activity!

I haven’t watched the others yet, but you at least ought to change your headline to 24…


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John Silver

The Nobel Peace price is given out in Oslo, Norway, by norwegians. The Royal Swedish Academy of Science wouldn’t touch it with a ten foot pole.


I’m so glad that someone is actually posting the truth.


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wow! I’m so excited about Earth Day (week?) that I am going to turn on all the lights in my house and start a tire fire in my driveway!