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Gore and U.N. Panel Win Peace Prize

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posted on Oct, 12 2007 @ 08:07 AM

Originally posted by xpert11
Anhinga rather then go off topic I have sent my reply to your above post via U2U. So check your inbox and feel free to reply.
Cheers xpert11.

Thanks for the message xpert11, good point about going off topic and I apologize should that prior post of seemed like an attack to you....

posted on Oct, 12 2007 @ 08:07 AM

Originally posted by xpert11
Well there goes any creditability the Nobel Peace Prize has the UN is beyond a joke and Gore idea that humans are causing climate is a fraud. The so called Global Warming fraud and will bottom itself out but not before commerce has faced increased taxes and low income people have been effected the worst.

I strongly disagree with you on this.

The Nobel Peace Prize lost all its credibility when it awarded Yasser Arafat the prize some years ago. This just confirms it.

I wonder why the Nobel committee didn't take into account Gore's non-green lifestyle? Does buying carbon credits really make up for causing the pollution in the first place?

posted on Oct, 12 2007 @ 08:10 AM
a. because the committee is a joke
b. he's probably paying them off

"Buying carbon credits" has to do w/ the financial stock markets, ie: hedge/mutual funds. It's the emissions that are the "problem" --
which, should you read any anti-Gore stuff, that's off a little too. . . .

posted on Oct, 12 2007 @ 08:13 AM
I can tell right now that this thread is going to be dominated by Gore haters. have fun. I am not going to play along.

posted on Oct, 12 2007 @ 08:15 AM
ALGORE wins! As if there was any doubt.

What do you expect from an organization that honors Yassir Arafat and Jimmy Carter, and ignored Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush?

Absolutely hilarious!

posted on Oct, 12 2007 @ 08:26 AM
reply to post by anhinga

No offence was taken .

Onto other matters.
Jjohns you have a valid point about the Nobel Peace Prize being awarded Arafat I guess there aren't any lows that the Nobel Peace Prize can go beyond. RRconservative you were heading the right direction until you mentioned giving the Nobel Peace Prize to Bush. Bush would be no better candidate then Gore in IMO. But alas now I am in danger of straying off topic.

posted on Oct, 12 2007 @ 08:29 AM
Forgive me but..

in today's New York Times, kicked off a wave of media hype that the fascist, British agent, Al Gore, may announce a run for the Presidency; especially if he is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize two days from now, as his bio-fool subjects hope.


I think it's quite hilarious that ATS members are willing post bullcrap to promote their agenda. How the HELL is he a British agent?

If you're THAT paranoid you should not use the internet, move into a remote cave and not interact with the population

posted on Oct, 12 2007 @ 08:38 AM
Do the research....

I agree w/ a portion of that xpert11, it IS like giving it to Bush. Blood and Gore is a.... I've been through this too many times, so instead, here's more infomation outlining how messed up Gore is:

Al Gore got into national politics as a police agent, rewarded with a seat in Congress for running a racist FBI frame-up against an African American political leader, who was trying to stop Nashville police from destroying the community by allowing unhindered narcotics trafficking and prostitution.

Years later, during Sen. Al Gore's abortive 1988 Presidential race, a biography promoting his campaign suddenly appeared, written, strangely enough, by a former Federal Bureau of Investigation official, Hank Hillin (Al Gore, Jr.: Born To Lead, reissued in 1992, as Al Gore, Jr., His Life and Career. Until 1999, the FBI man's book was the only published account of Gore's life. Hank Hillin told this reporter that he has known Gore and his family since Gore was four years old, and he described how Gore was brought in to work in the Tennessee arm of the FBI's terror campaign against black elected officials.

The pattern of hundreds of FBI/Department of Justice operations, beginning in the late 1950s, in which minority officials were illegally targeted, fell under the FBI internal designation, "Operation Frühmenschen" (German for "early" or "primitive men"). This racist doctrine, guiding FBI prosecutions of minorities, was first publicly identified by Rep. Mervyn Dymally (D-Calif.). On Jan. 27, 1988, Dymally, then the chairman of the Black Congressional Caucus, put into the Congressional Record a sworn affidavit from former FBI special agent Hirsch Friedman, originally filed in Federal court in Atlanta; it stated:

"The purpose of this policy was the routine investigation without probable cause of prominent elected and appointed black officials in major metropolitan areas throughout the United States. I learned from my conversations with special agents of the FBI that the basis for this policy was the assumption by the FBI that black officials were intellectually and socially incapable of governing major governmental organizations and institutions."

John Seigenthaler, publisher of the Nashville Tennessean, hired the 23-year-old Gore in 1971, as a reporter, on the police beat. Seigenthaler, like FBI official Hillin, had earlier worked in the U.S. Justice Department with the anti-labor dirty operations around Justice Department official Walter Sheridan, a leader of the faction covering up the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

Gore, the Police Agent

Al Gore first became famous in 1974, when he and his boss Seigenthaler cooked up a sting against Morris Haddox, a black City Council member and a thorn in the side of the Nashville establishment. Less than two months before the Gore covert attack, Haddox had declared that it was the practice of the police to allow dope dealing and prostitution to run completely unchecked in the black community, and he vowed to block consideration of other legislative matters until the City Council took up a reform of this criminal malfeasance.[1]

Though nominally only a reporter with a private newspaper, Gore personally arranged with Hillin's partners in the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) to set up a radio transmitter on the person of a stooge, who was furnished with money to ensnare Councilman Haddox. The bribery indictment of Morris Haddox was announced in a Tennessean article on Feb. 7, 1974, under the byline of Albert Gore, Jr. The article included a photo of that sideburned reporter and undercover police spy, exultant, and accompanied by three photographers.

Rallies supporting Councilman Haddox were held in black churches. A statewide black political convention unanimously condemned Gore and Seigenthaler for the frame-up. The Tennessean of Feb. 11 quoted African American college teacher James Mock, denouncing those "playwrights who set up their scenario in the black community and had Mr. Haddox play it out .... attacking the whole political structure of our black community."

A Feb. 12 Tennessean article by Al Gore, headlined "FBI, IRS, Alerted in Council Probe," explained that the FBI—the Hillin task force—was taking an official role in the legal attack on the Nashville Metro Council.

Although Haddox was later acquitted by a jury, Gore's printed smears drove Haddox out of political life. Two decades later, Haddox came back into the Nashville council, Gore's attack having faded from public memory.

In 1987, during his campaign for the 1988 Presidential nomination, Gore boasted to the Des Moines Register that his reporting "got a bunch of people indicted and sent to jail." Newspapers around the country picked up and exposed this falsehood, and the embarrassment contributed to Gore's 1988 defeat.[2]

Publisher-spook John Seigenthaler arranged for his employee Al Gore to run for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives that opened up in 1976; Gore would be sponsored by the banker-faction behind Walter Sheridan. Gore left the newspaper after winning the election, to take his seat in Congress—which had earlier been occupied by his father, Albert Gore, Sr.

Gore's FBI-stooge job, and his resultant elevation to Congress, was in line with his imperial racist family background. He had grown up mostly in Washington, D.C., attending private school as the insufferably arrogant son of a rich, white, Southern politician. His father was in the orbit of Cordell Hull, the aristocratic Tennessean who became Secretary of State under President Franklin Roosevelt and bitterly opposed FDR's endeavors on behalf of the colonial peoples challenging British imperial racism.

In 1964, Gore Sr., then a Senator, sold out President Lyndon Baines Johnson and the Civil Rights movement by voting against the landmark Civil Rights Act (July 2, 1964), which dealt a death-blow to Jim Crow by outlawing racial segregation throughout the nation. Gore, Sr., also tried unsuccessfully to cripple the bill with an amendment stopping the cutoff of Federal funds to states that would defy the law, and perpetuate racial discrimination.

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posted on Oct, 12 2007 @ 08:40 AM

Originally posted by grover
I can tell right now that this thread is going to be dominated by Gore haters. have fun. I am not going to play along.

There a thread in BTS about this topic. The OP is balanced so far as I can tell.

Edit: Link

[edit on 12-10-2007 by Beachcoma]

posted on Oct, 12 2007 @ 08:47 AM
Here's a hysterical German song, mocking AG.

...and this excerpt I had to include:

On the weekend of Feb. 24-25, 2007, as former Vice President Al Gore was wet-dreaming about his pending Academy Award for his fractured fairy tale "documentary," An Inconvenient Truth , about his battle to save the planet from "global warming," TV financial market analyst Jim Cramer was answering a question about the prospect of a Gore Presidential run in 2008, on MSNBC's Chris Matthews' "Hardball." Never one to mince words, Cramer dismissed the idea that Gore would take another stab at Presidential politics: "No," he said. "He's really a hedge fund manager now. No one leaves that game."

Indeed, Cramer was right—at least on the first count. In November 2004, Al Gore and David Blood launched a London-based investment fund, Generation Investment Management, which insiders affectionately refer to as "Blood and Gore"—and not without reason. Blood, the former CEO of Goldman Sachs Asset Management, brought a small team of former Goldman Sachs personnel with him to the London fund, assuming for himself the job of managing director. Gore took on the Chairmanship of Generation, bringing along his long-time Senate chief of staff, campaign manager, and business crony, Peter S. Knight, as another founding partner.

But suddenly, on Oct. 30, 2006, Al Gore went back to work for the government: the British government! At a high-profile press conference, releasing a 700-page report on climate change by British government economist Sir Nicholas Stern, British Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown, the heir-apparent to outgoing Prime Minister Tony Blair, announced that he had "hired" Gore to "advise the British government on climate change." The Stern report on the "economic" consequences of global warming had all the credibility of another 10 Downing Street "policy" document, the now-infamous September 2002 "White Paper" on Iraq's alleged weapons of mass destruction, a phony-baloney piece of MI6 fakery that infamously claimed that Saddam Hussein could launch a WMD attack on the United States within 45 minutes, and that Iraq had illegally obtained tons of yellow-cake uranium from Niger. The Blair-sanctioned lies, now so widely discredited, tremendously boosted U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney's march to war in Iraq. The Stern report, over the long run, could have far more deadly consequences than the earlier Blair black propaganda screed on Iraq WMD.

The announcement that the former U.S. Vice President and 2000 Democratic Party Presidential candidate would be taking a job working for a foreign government caused only a minor stir, when word of the appointment crossed the Atlantic. But several important questions are posed by the Gore "hiring."

First, what kind of payment is the former Senator and Veep receiving from Her Majesty's government? Calls to the British Embassy in Washington have so far not been returned. But whether or not Gore is receiving direct financial compensation for his work for the British government, the British government is definitely sinking money into Gore's Inconvenient Truth scam. On Feb. 3, 2007, Reuters reported that the Blair government would distribute copies of the film to all secondary schools in England, as "part of a global warming information pack distributed to schools as the government strongly pushes the message that everyone has a role to play." Reuters added that "Gore, a dedicated climate crusader, has begun a programme of training what he calls climate ambassadors to travel the world" (will these Gore-schooled "green ambassadors" be carrying British diplomatic passports?). The plan to mass distribute An Inconvenient Truth to schools was announced by Environmental Minister David Miliband, another leading British government propagandist for the greenhouse gas hoax, which has been thoroughly exposed in recent issues of EIR (see also the Science feature, in this issue).

The second question, begged by Gore's work for Blair and Brown is: Has the former Vice President properly registerd with the U.S. Department of Justice as an agent of a foreign government, under the U.S. Foreign Agents Registration Act?

posted on Oct, 12 2007 @ 08:49 AM

Originally posted by anhinga
Read the articles dude. You seem to be in the same league w/ him, bragging about the illuminati in yr avatar?! Do the research, which means, actually read an article before posting that sort of stupidity.

Oh tut, tut...

new member rant again at me

That's William Pitt the Younger, the youngest Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. How is that promoting the Illumanti? Please tell me you knew that was Pitt right?

Who did you think he was?

Don't call me dude either, I'm not a stoner.

Regarding research, I do read up, but I don't believe everything I read on the internet. Unlike you.

And as for stupidity, I'm not the one calling Al Gore a fascist, British agent and saying he is promoting genocide. From reading all your posts, I'd be very suprised if you knew what all those words meant without the aid of google.

Now, are we going to act mature or are you going to call everyone agents of Gore?

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posted on Oct, 12 2007 @ 08:54 AM
What do you like to be called, man?

Sorry to break it to you Sir, these people have been researching Gorey since pre-I'net days.... and please, keep your insults to yourself sir, I'll edit my prior post... I still have good old books around thanks...

posted on Oct, 12 2007 @ 08:57 AM
Hmmm,(re posted from the other gore thread again)
The guy ain't all sweetness and light -as I mentioned in another discussion,He and Bill Clinton knowingly took money from Asian Triads during their Election campaign.
The CIA warned Clinton/Gore that these triads made their money from people smuggling,and the child sex trade.
Clinton and Gore took no notice and carried on taking the donations.

And now we are to believe the guy is whiter than white,all caring all loving saviour of the world.

Sorry-I don't buy it.

Heres where I got my info from,more about Clinton really,but some interesting nits about Gore.

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posted on Oct, 12 2007 @ 09:02 AM

Originally posted by anhinga
Sorry to break it to you Sir, these people have been researching Gorey since pre-I'net days

Your "source" is extremely bias towards the British. Apparently, according to them, we are to blame for everything. It has NO evidence. Nothing but rants about climate change and the British.

There is nothing crediable about your claims. Nothing about a little rant about Al Gore.

As grover said, this thread is nothing but a Gore attack. You got my attention for five minutes, but I'm off to post in better threads which back up claims from more than one source.

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posted on Oct, 12 2007 @ 09:10 AM
You seem to be the type of person to want to get the last word in, so, please, go enjoy other threads. You didn't provide anything SUPPORTING this guy, then, should you be back and you probably will, you'll use this "climate change" as your defense.

Well, I might as well post some more evidence against this thing:

At the same time, some of the major funding for the Middlebury green social-engineering scheme comes from leading right-wing tax-exempt foundations, including several associated with George Shultz and Richard Mellon Scaife, the latter being the moneybags behind the entire 1990s "Get Bill Clinton" assault on the U.S. Presidency. It should come as no surprise to the former President and First Lady that Al Gore has teamed up with the Richard Mellon Scaife gang in peddling yet another Academy Award-winning political fiction.

While Middlebury has long been in the lead in promoting "environmental studies" and similar academic hoaxes—and was a nexus of late 19th- and early 20th-Century promotion of the "race science" of eugenics—things really turned brown and nasty in the New England woods in January 2002, when one of Wall Street's leading Synarchist bankers, Felix Rohatyn, plunked down several million dollars and literally bought the Middlebury College School of International Relations, renaming it the Rohatyn Center, and turning it into a propaganda hub for such British imperial ideas as the East India Company-modelled privatization of national security and, above all else, the apocalyptic threat of global warming.

One year after Rohatyn's return to his alma mater (Rohatyn graduated from Middlebury in 1949), Richard Fuld, the chief executive officer of Lehman Brothers, the fourth-largest brokerage house on Wall Street, was named to the college's board of trustees. Rohatyn himself was soon back on the board, as well; and in August 2006, Rohatyn further teamed up with Fuld when he shut down his own investment bank, Rohatyn Associates, and accepted the appointment as chairman of Lehman Brothers' international advisory board, and became senior advisor to CEO Fuld.

The Rohatyn-Fuld team has turned Lehman Brothers into one of the greenest of the Wall Street speculative funds, creating a climate council, to steer Lehman's investments in the planned future carbon-swaps bubble and other similar green hoaxes still on the drawing board. The Lehman Brothers Climate Council is headed by Theodore Roosevelt IV, a direct descendant of the turn of the 20th-Century U.S. President Teddy Roosevelt—himself an ardent "conservationist" and slavish promoter of the idea of an Anglo-American world empire. TR's great-grandson Teddy IV is an intimate of Al Gore on the Alliance for Climate Protection, one of the well-funded front groups peddling the global warming hoax, and lobbying for the creation of the carbon-swaps speculative bubble.

posted on Oct, 12 2007 @ 12:12 PM
Just goes to show you that you can go far with a slick, sexy PowerPoint presentation.

posted on Oct, 12 2007 @ 12:31 PM
Oh for cry out loud, it just proves the global power of being a Democrat.

posted on Oct, 12 2007 @ 12:51 PM
reply to post by RRconservative

yes the idea of reagan or bush winning is hilarious.

posted on Oct, 12 2007 @ 12:53 PM
"nine scientific errors" and he still gets it?? Sad to say Gore getting the Peace Prize can no longer be considered an award for improving the condition of humankind.

posted on Oct, 12 2007 @ 01:01 PM
Nobel Peace Prize? Didn't they give one of those things to Arafat?

Al Gore gets one for taking other peoples research and making a movie out of it? He did not even get the right information. I understand the award was given for his ability to get the message out and for making people aware, not for his scientific information. For the scientific information he received an Oscar Award , i believe in comedy

I would love to see him get drafted. It would be funny as hell watching him and Hilary going at it. Obama could just sit there and pick up the pieces after that war.

As for me, you got it....WallStreet votes republican. I am an evil evil person, so says alot of people on here.

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