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Gore: U.S. Climate Bill Will Help Bring About 'Global Governance'

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posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 04:56 PM

Gore: U.S. Climate Bill Will Help Bring About 'Global Governance'

Gore touted the Congressional climate bill, claiming it “will dramatically increase the prospects for success” in combating what he sees as the “crisis” of man-made global warming.

“But it is the awareness itself that will drive the change and one of the ways it will drive the change is through global governance and global agreements.” (Editor's Note: Gore makes the “global governance” comment at the 1min. 10 sec. mark in this UK Times video.)
(visit the link for the full news article)

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 04:56 PM
This is sickening. He's not even bothering to sugarcoat it anymore. This puts to rest any doubt I ever had about the human-caused global warming theory being a conspiracy to further control our lives. And, unfortunately, I fear it may be too late. The theory has become too widely accepted at this point, and nobody wants to be the one to go against the grain for fear of being labeled 'ignorant' or an endorser of pollution.

(visit the link for the full news article)

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 04:59 PM
Here is a link to the video in which he makes this statement. I'm currently looking for a YouTube or Google Video version to embed.


posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 05:01 PM
Well, at least we can quote his opinion in his own words now.

Or is it still troll fodder to state that the evident purpose of the "carbon" initiative is to create an exploitable uniform revenue stream despite national sovereignty?

Heh, pretty clever.

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 05:09 PM
As a UK citizen I'm having trouble trying to figure out why "that guy who lost that election" is such a major player when it comes to shaping global politics.

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 05:11 PM
reply to post by Lazyninja

As a US Citizen, so am I..

The guy has an agenda and because of this timely and wonderful thread, we all know it now..


Not that it will change anything.


posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 05:13 PM
reply to post by Lazyninja

I believe it has a lot to do with the fact that he is a member of The Club of Rome.

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 05:15 PM
reply to post by TheAssociate

he is a member of The Club of Rome.

Not familiar, can you tell me what that is?

I figured it was just because he is a Liberal Doofas

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 05:18 PM
reply to post by semperfortis

From what I understand, they're a secretive group who more or less seek to control the world. Here is a link to their official website. I found out he is a member on another thread, I will try to track that down. Thanks for the kudos, always nice to know my paranoia is appreciated.


posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 05:19 PM
Gore has always had a global Agenda... Environmentally

I'm not sure exactly how we can do things like, maintain Fish populations at sea and, keep levels of toxins down world wide etc, etc without some sort of global governance

Don't get me wrong Global Warming... I don't believe it, but I also don't mind the draconian emissions standards either, I do breathe the air...

and... LOL, He COULD focus on the US and get things like depleted Uranium out of use if he had any real thoughts on the environment...

But I don't think Gores a Bad fellow, just not nearly as knowledgeable as he should be to tiddle with the environment perhaps...

As My Mom would say... "he means well" lol and I think he does. He's just a bit of a buffoon...

I think the biggest problem with trying to bring in Global structure isn't that these guys are all evil or that they have the wrong idea...

It's just the Globe is big and you need some serious brains to do this not politicians... some are of course corrupt bought by Industry, others like this guy are kind of inept

Even Academia is hard to look to because so much if funded by corporations...

Maybe before we do anything Global

What we need FIRST is a system of representation that works.

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 05:23 PM
reply to post by mopusvindictus

Yeah, ummmm... you don't get it....

The Carbon Credit Scam doesn't lower emissions or do anything except line the pockets of politicians and paper traders.

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 05:30 PM
reply to post by infolurker

No I do get it... I'd say recycling was a bust too, like i said above global warming...

I don't mind, I expect... seriously expect people who DO THINGS to line their pockets... that's okay, nothing wrong with making money if you accomplish something.

But... they really don't know what the heck they are doing, it's a scientist funded by a company to do a report that reports to politician who then reads it asks his advisers who work for yet other interests.

That doesn't work lol... it's telephone by the time any scientific info even gets to a guy like Gore it's so dumbed down that it's ineffective, if it wasn't biased from the get go...

The concept of global environmental regulation itself isn't a bad one, that's all i'm saying

WHO makes the decisions... who represents us, there isn't a global democracy...

I don't care if the people that DO IT make money or even horde money... Just GET THE JOB DONE... that's the real failure

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 05:48 PM
In his own words

"If we don't succeed, we run the risk of failure." --Al Gore

"Democrats understand the importance of bondage between a mother and child." -- Vice President Al Gore

"Welcome to President Clinton, Mrs. Clinton, and my fellow astronauts." --Vice President Al Gore

"Mars is essentially in the same orbit... Mars is somewhat the same distance from the Sun, which is very important. We have seen pictures where there are canals, we believe, and water. If there is water, that means there is oxygen. If oxygen, that means we can breathe." --Vice President Al Gore, 8/11/94

"The Holocaust was an obscene period in our nation's history. I mean in this century's history. But we all lived in this century. I didn't live in this century." -- Vice President Al Gore, 9/15/95

"I believe we are on an irreversible trend toward more freedom and democracy - but that could change." --Vice President Al Gore, 5/22/98

"One word sums up probably the responsibility of any vice president, & that one word is 'to be prepared'." --Vice President Al Gore, 12/6/93

"Verbosity leads to unclear, inarticulate things." --Vice President Al Gore, 11/30/96

"I have made good judgments in the past. I have made good judgments in the future." --Vice President Al Gore

"The future will be better tomorrow." --Vice President Al Gore "We're going to have the best-educated American people in the world." --Vice President Al Gore, 9/21/97

"People that are really very weird can get into sensitive positions and have a tremendous impact on history." --Vice President Al Gore

"I stand by all the misstatements that I've made." --Vice President Al Gore to Sam Donaldson, 8/17/93

"We have a firm commitment to NATO, we are a part of NATO. We have a firm commitment to Europe. We are a part of Europe." --Vice President Al Gore

"Public speaking is very easy." --Vice President Al Gore to reporters, 10/95

"I am not part of the problem. I am a Democrat." --Vice President Al Gore

"A low voter turnout is an indication of fewer people going to the polls." --Vice President Al Gore

"When I have been asked who caused the riots and the killing in L.A., my answer has been direct & simple: Who is to blame for the riots? The rioters are to blame. Who is to blame for the killings? The killers are to blame. --Al Gore

"Illegitimacy is something we should talk about in terms of not having it." --Vice President Al Gore, 5/20/96

"We are ready for any unforeseen event that may or may not occur." --Vice President Al Gore, 9/22/97

"For NASA, space is still a high priority." --Vice President Al Gore, 9/5/93

Quite clear he is a puppet. and everyone has had there hand at playing with him.
The main focus in This endeavor is financial as always there is no reduction at all.
As I have mentioned before the Guy should shut his mouth to reduce His own carbon footprint.

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 06:10 PM
I have started a thread, that got little attention which shows that the UN and a group called Socialist International (who's members occupy high ranking government and UN positions) have been saying for over 15 years that they intend to introduce a global pollution tax (carbon tax) to fund reform into a New World Order (their words, not mine), not to negate climate change.

NWO to be funded by Climate Change!

It's important that people realise this is the real reason behind the AGW movement, and it's great that people are waking up. At the end of the year the worlds leaders will meet in Copenhagen to sign us all up to the new 'kyoto' treaty, with even more control and profit going to the elite, while doing little for the environment. Will enough people wake up before our taxes are signed away to a solution that won't work? We can only try.

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 06:29 PM
Ha pretty funny stuff

I don't think he is a very comfortable person speaking publicly.

I'd also say... it's very likely he has smoked a bit too much in his lifetime given his interests and slips and personal agendas... I'd say Gore has a bit of receptor blockage of the type that comes from only years on end of daily inhalation... I'm saying he has heard the words "hey in football they pass" more than once in his life time.

This is his son... but like Father like son? Maybe

Now lets quote Gore

Gore said he used marijuana “when I came back from Vietnam, yes, but not”[a lot]. Gore said in 1987 that his use of marijuana, which began in college, had been “infrequent and rare.” Pressed further, Gore said: “When I was young, I did things young people do. When I grew up I put away childish things.”

I think we can all guesstimate that if he says... "I used to smoke" he had to have smoked so much it was a given it would come out if he didn't say YES he did

In an interview with John Warneke, former friend and colleague of Gore at The Tennessean, the frequency of Gore's past marijuana use came into question. In 1988, Al Gore called his friend John Warneke and asked him not to talk to the press about Gore's past drug use. Warneke stated, "[Gore] called me three times in one morning and he said, 'Don't talk to the press at all about this.' That's a stonewall, and it's another form of lying. But I couldn't do that. But I was torn. I felt a debt to The Tennessean, a paper that taught me everything about the truth. And I had a friendship with Al. So I came up with this half-truth. And that was, that Al had tried it a couple of times with me and he didn't like pot." Trapper: "So when did you and Gore smoke pot?" Warneke: "We started in 1970, I think. At my house in Nashville. He likes pot. He told me he smoked it before. I smoked it with Al before he went to Vietnam. And he told me he smoked over there in Vietnam. But now that I know how Al talks about it as opposed with what he really does, I don't know what to believe." Trapper: "But he was a senator's son at the time. Wasn't he worried about being caught?" Warneke: "He was paranoid. When he smoked in my house he would run around in my house and he would close all the blinds. If it was night he'd turn all the lights out. He's look out the windows and make sure that no one was watching. And then he would light up. Talk about paranoia. We played pool in the dark once. That's how a senator's son smoked pot."

He liked it... I know few people who ever stop liking Pot even if they do... quitting for me personally means I don't smoke unless someone offers but I don't buy, transport or deal with it... I too have grown up... BUT, lol when in Rome...

Warneke told DRCNet ( on January 20, 2000: "I have first hand knowledge that he has not told the truth about his drug use. Al Gore and I smoked regularly, as buddies. Marijuana, hash. I was his regular supplier. I didn't deal dope, I just gave it to him. We smoked more than few times...We smoked in his car, in his house, we smoked in his parent's house, in my house. We smoked on weekends. Al Gore and I were smoking marijuana right up to the time he ran for Congress in 1976. Right up through the week he declared for that race, in fact."

Right up until he ran for congress haha

Now why put this in here?

What's my point?

Al Gore is a very easy person to figure out who he is and what he wants...

Is he really qualified NO, not to handle the Earths Environment...

But the guys heart is in the right place and he's not following some NWO agenda to take over the Earth and deprive us and enslave us

Everyone knows an Al Gore...

And I'd make a point... I can generalize who Al gore is very easily by his habits and the topics he cares for... Environment, Internet etc...

But i'm not saying NOT saying his habit was pro... anything

I think if he had really laid off...

He could have won, i'm sorry but his speeches are abysmal and he has no passion in his voice and no physicality and it probably cost him the election... Charisma matters...

I'd trust Al Gore by thinking more than most politicians...

But I feel, he kept his habit and it's been a handicap...

The kind of verbal slips of the tongue he makes...

The inability to portray emotionally... he does, he comes off ... a bit burnt if you ask me...

A pity... like I said, I think his heart is in the right place...

and i'm pretty sure after his son got busted
when his Dad asked

"where did you learn how to do this son"

The response was

"From you Dad I learned it from you"

[edit on 11-7-2009 by mopusvindictus]

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 07:27 PM
reply to post by mopusvindictus

With respect to your opinion, I think the guy is a lot more dangerous than you're giving him credit for. People who (unfortunately) don't know any better regard him as some kind of environmentalist messiah. Watch the episode of Penn and Teller's colorfully title show on the environmentalist movement (in fact, watch every episode of the show) and you'll see what I'm talking about.

This guy knows how to draw attention, manipulate popular opinion, and how to throw his weight around in the political arena. He's a cult leader with political connections, and that's a dangerous combination.


posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 07:42 PM
reply to post by TheAssociate

I'd give that up... People DO regard him as an environmentalist Messiah... mainly people just like him (see above) lol

And anyone in power is dangerous... if they don't know what the ehck they are doing

I just don't think Gore is intentionally Dangerous...

But yeah... there is real danger in pursuit of nonsense expensive policies...

Brings us back to Global Warming an utter sham if you ask me... I don't think there is an agenda other than stupidity though

Sure, screwing with the environment with Intention when you don't actually know what your doing CAN surely be dangerous...

as they say "The road to Hell is paved with good intentions"

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 07:50 PM
Here is a website explaining the Club of Rome, Gore's affiliation with it, and their agenda.

Some excerpts:

The CoR has also established a network of 33 National Associations. Membership of the 'main Club' is limited to 100 individuals at any one time. Some members, like Al Gore and Maurice Strong, are affiliated through their respective National Associations (e.g. USACOR, CACOR etc).

All meetings of the CoR are held ‘behind closed doors’ and no public records are kept. However the Club does produce many ‘discussion reports’ that can be found on its website. The United Nations contracts the Club of Rome to prepare ‘Policy Guidance Documents’ which it uses in formulating its policies and programmes. A quick search for Club of Rome on the UNESCO publications site reveals 250 such documents. There are many other documents there authored by CoR members acting in other capacities. As many high ranking UN officials are actually CoR members, this is like a man asking himself for advice, and then agreeing with that advice. Not very objective! Various UN organisations also hold joint conferences with the CoR.

So, long before Global Warming became a well known issue Al Gore and his Club of Rome colleagues stated that they would use the threat of global warming to unite humanity and "set the scene for mankind's encounter with the planet." In the same way that shamans and sooth-sayers in medieval times used their advance knowledge of when eclipses would occur to control and terrify their followers, they would use a natural phenomenon as their 'enemy' to achieve their objectives. But then they state that although Global Warming would be presented as the initial enemy, the real enemy of humanity would be portrayed as man himself. I am already noticing how frequently the terms climate change and overpopulation are being uttered in the same breath.

Now that Obama is firmly ensconced in the White House the Club of Rome and its affiliates are swinging into high gear. The CoR recently unveiled a new 3-year programme entitled A New Path for World Development. The Club of Madrid has launched the Road to Copenhagen, a joint programme with the UN Environment Programme intended to facilitate a binding global climate change treaty in 2009. Perhaps most interesting is the State of Global Emergency declared by the Club of Budapest in October 2008. The declaration states that we only have four or five years to prevent a total collapse of the Earth's ecosystems. To quote from the document:

It's a very interesting site and I recommend reading it in its entirety.

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 08:20 PM
My biggest beef with the club of Rome would be population limiting theories...

Not a fan of some of what they are after but in a way it's a start, the body, UN leaders, world political figures... they have the power base but I don't think they have the best Intellectual base in the world. More like a common tone of thinking.

I'd have to say that these guys putting the brakes on probably isn't a terrible idea... I myself do not comply, I'll be having more children and I do not believe any kind of extermination is behind them, despite some abhorrent comments made by members like Ted Turner

I think there are constructive things that could be done...

That Boost the economy and allow for continued population growth

Vertical farms

Greening of cities... Re pavement, energy gathering tiles, solar panels, trees on rooftops etc

Underground housing

Water pipelines from North to South ... i.e Russia to the mideast and Afrcia and Canada down to Mexico

Sea based hydro electric systems...

and much more....

So I don't agree with the members of the Club of Rome, I think their approach is kind of fatalistic...

But again putting on the brakes does buy time for my generation to come up with better ideas so i'm not utterly against the hyper environmental trend... just disagree by belief as to what we can actually do about it...

They see addition of limitations where I see possibilities for expansion in better ways

But then again...

I doubt they will be stopping me from making those vertical food towers if I choose to and have the ability to somehow either, I just thing they aren't abreast of what can really be done...

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 08:26 PM
reply to post by mopusvindictus

Good points. There are plenty of things that can be done that don't involve eugenics and taxing us into serfdom, I just don't think these people want any part of those ideas.



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