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When I was attending graduate school in the mid-1990s, I read about a United Nations global summit conference to discuss global warming. What struck me about the UN conference is that over 200 of the top climate scientists in the world were NOT invited to take part. In fact, those 200 scientists received letters inviting them NOT to attend the global summit conference on global warming. These top scientists in the field were all saying the same thing: that the supposed man-caused global warming didn’t exist and data showed that the earth’s temperatures naturally fluctuated through cycles for centuries.

I was directed to a book that was then newly published, called True State of the Planet. The book contained a number of chapters written by nearly a dozen top scientists that debunked the man-caused global warming myth. Even though the book was published nearly 20 years ago, much of the data provided is still sound and disproves man-caused global warming.

At the same time, one of my professors showed us some information he had compiled about a then secret meeting between President John F. Kennedy and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev that was held in upstate New York. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the best way to create a one world government. They concurred that the threat of nuclear annihilation was not the answer. The only thing they could think of was creating a global environmental disaster. The plan was then put into motion to make the threats to the environment a global issue in order to bring all nations together to fight to save the planet.

The Earth Summit meeting held in Rio de Janeiro in 1990 was one of the first major steps to implementing this plan. That summit opened with all the delegates gathering around images of the earth on the floor and prayed to Gai (at the time, the New Age Goddess of the Earth).

The United Nations put forth a number of resolutions before the 190+ delegates from all over the world. One was to create a UN environmental police force that would have the legal power to enter any country and dictate to them how to go about resolving any alleged environmental disaster in their borders. Another resolution would require all developed nations to share their technology and wealth with under-developed nations. What I feel was the most dangerous of the resolutions was that the UN would be granted sovereignty over all lands worldwide and that they would have the power to dictate who lived where and on how much land and what the land could be used for.

Then Sen. Al Gore was the official US representative at this Earth Summit and he signed all of the 28 resolutions presented by the UN, including granting the UN full rights of all US land and people. Fortunately, there were enough countries that refused to sign the resolutions that most of them failed to pass. You also need to recognize that Al Gore has been a huge advocate for a one world government and economy.

Gore has made a career of pushing the cause of fighting man-made climate change. In 2007, after winning an Academy Award for his screen play of An Inconvenient Truth, Gore received a ton of criticism for the exorbitant consumption of electricity in his Tennessee home. Gore promised to install more green energy saving devices, mainly solar panels and geothermal heating, to reduce his electric consumption.

A recent report shows that even after installing solar panels and geothermal heating, Gore’s electricity usage has continued to skyrocket, and I’m talking about electricity generated by the Tennessee Valley Authority.

Gore spent $60,000 to install 33 solar panels on his home. Yet, those solar panels only produce 5.7% of his total energy consumption. Counting the addition of solar energy panels, geothermal heating and other renovations, Gore spent $250,000 to make his home more energy efficient. However, his energy consumption has continued to skyrocket.

Drew Johnson, Senior Fellow with the National Center for Public Policy Research, reports:

“Facing scrutiny for his extreme electricity consumption [in 2007], the former vice president pledged to renovate his home to become greener and more energy-efficient. The extensive and expensive overhaul of Gore’s house included installing solar panels and geothermal heating.”

“The past year, Gore’s home energy use averaged 19,241 kilowatt hours (kWh) every month, compared to the U.S. household average of 901 kWh per month. During the last 12 months, Gore devoured 66,159 kWh of electricity just heating his pool. That is enough energy to power six average U.S. households for a year.”

“Gore guzzles more electricity in one year than the average American family uses in 21 years. From August 2016 through July 2017, Gore spent almost $22,000 on electricity bills. In September of 2016, Gore’s home consumed 30,993 kWh in just one month – as much energy as a typical American family burns in 34 months…”

“Gore also claims that his environmental sins are washed clean because he contributes to Green Power Switch, a scheme in which customers can donate extra money beyond the cost of their power bill, to support green energy efforts. The money goes to the Tennessee Velley Authority (TVA), the source of NES’ electricity, to fund renewable energy projects. Gore even told the TODAY Show that his home uses 100 percent renewable energy, but that is an outright lie.” Emphasis mine.

Most of Al Gore’s life’s work has been built upon lies. Even his private life is a lie, demonstrating Gore’s hypocrisy. He betrayed every American at the Earth Summit meeting and he continues to lie to every American in what he says, his agenda and even in his personal life. Was Gore’s act of signing a UN resolution that gave the UN authority over all US land and less treasonous than when Barack Obama gave millions of dollars and fighter jets to a government who considered the United States an enemy to be destroyed?



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