Turning up the Heat on Global Warmists

The tide must certainly be turning in favor of rationality and away from the religion of global warming. It's starting to become fashionable to question its tenets. Harry McGee writes in ther Irish Times:
A new Irish film claims that climate change guru Al Gore is an alarmist and that those who think they are saving the planet are only hurting the poor

IF THE ADVANCE publicity is anything to go by, Not Evil Just Wrong will do for Al Gore what Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 did for George W Bush.

"This is the film Al Gore and Hollywood don't want you to see," declares the website for the latest work by film-makers Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer. The site even features a big picture of Gore, with his lips in the photograph seemingly digitally enhanced to make them look like Heath Ledger's Joker from the latest Batman film.

The website goes on to say that their latest film - which takes on what are described as global warming alarmists - is "the most controversial documentary of the year". Indeed, it could very well be the most controversial.

Thomas Lifson adds:

The media establishment will certainly not help this film reach its audience, but there is more than enough raw material to make a hilarious documentary. Gore, with his piety and  wooden personality, is an ideal target. Young people, who go to the movies in greater numbers than other demographic segments, are particularly attuned to exposing fakery and hypocrisy. They are also the group that will suffer most from the economic consequences of the polcies advocated to control carbon dioxide, the alleged pollutant that is necessary to sustain life.
The tide must certainly be turning in favor of rationality and away from the religion of global warming. It's starting to become fashionable to question its tenets. Harry McGee writes in ther Irish Times:
A new Irish film claims that climate change guru Al Gore is an alarmist and that those who think they are saving the planet are only hurting the poor

IF THE ADVANCE publicity is anything to go by, Not Evil Just Wrong will do for Al Gore what Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 did for George W Bush.

"This is the film Al Gore and Hollywood don't want you to see," declares the website for the latest work by film-makers Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer. The site even features a big picture of Gore, with his lips in the photograph seemingly digitally enhanced to make them look like Heath Ledger's Joker from the latest Batman film.

The website goes on to say that their latest film - which takes on what are described as global warming alarmists - is "the most controversial documentary of the year". Indeed, it could very well be the most controversial.

Thomas Lifson adds:

The media establishment will certainly not help this film reach its audience, but there is more than enough raw material to make a hilarious documentary. Gore, with his piety and  wooden personality, is an ideal target. Young people, who go to the movies in greater numbers than other demographic segments, are particularly attuned to exposing fakery and hypocrisy. They are also the group that will suffer most from the economic consequences of the polcies advocated to control carbon dioxide, the alleged pollutant that is necessary to sustain life.