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Far from disappearing after that election, Gore made a breakthrough into the London off-shore looting scheme known as hedge funds, which have been largely responsible for the takeover and take-down of what remains of the U.S. productive economy. His Generation Management hedge fund which specializes in trading carbon swaps, is a swindle to loot a dying economy, and was complimented by the 2006 Hollywood fiction, An Inconvenient Truth. That fraudulent set of alleged facts was unleashed in force against the Congress and the public in 2007 at the very moment when the mortgage related terminal collapse of the U.S. and world banking system had begun. After being awarded for the climate fiction by Hollywood and the Nobel Prize Committee, Gore was again welcomed into the open arms of the British and hired by then-Treasury Chief Gordon Brown, to advise the British government on climate change.
Finally, on July 22, after setting forth a frankly genocidal vision of the United States shifting to 100% renewable energy in the next ten years, Gore announced that his role is to “enlarge the political space within which this issue can be addressed,” to encourage the next president to take up population control, and “zero-growth” policies...
From 1997 - 1998 Gore and his cronies moved viciously to ensure that South Africa did not succeed in attaining affordable drugs... He helped impose sanctions and wildly claimed that the government of South Africa was disobeying international law, even though the World Trade Organization has permitted patent rights under conditions of a national emergency, meaning, that like a true typical southern racist, Al Gore lied. Only when South Africa agreed to tear from itself a pound of flesh, did Gore withdraw his threats. 14 million South Africans died, and by now the number has been guaranteed to increase. Gore tried to justify his actions by proposing a total of $170 million to address the AIDS epidemic in Africa. Do the math, and what it amounts to is a mere $8 a person, or better stated, approximately enough money to assist the South African population with AIDS drugs for one day.
GIM supposedly purchases carbon offsets for all 23 of its employees to cover their personal energy use, according to a March 7 CNSNews.com report. These offsets, then, would be provided to Gore more as an employee benefit, thus requiring very little sacrifice on his or his family's part.