Al Gore is still insisting that we’re all going to die because of “Global Warming.”
Hollywood film makers have propagandized us with a series of disaster films and documentaries based on the unsupported claim that “Global Warming” is a man-made phenomenon that will inevitably cook us all to death:
“Despite a few years removed from the national zeitgeist, there is one place where climate change has remained front and center — movie theaters.
“Whether documentary or fictionalized, Hollywood has continued to pump out films with climate change as a principal subject or backdrop.”
Director Christopher Nolan (Batman film trilogy) is working on a “climate change” film that will be released sometime in 2014:
“Set in the future, the movie details the toll climate change has taken on agriculture, with corn the last crop to be cultivated. The scientists embark on a journey through a worm hole into other dimensions in search of somewhere other crops can be grown.”
Rarely have climate-change movies done well. The Day After Tomorrow (2004) is an exception, but it was produced before man-made “Global Warming” was being shoved down our throats beginning in 2006 with Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth and nearly every media outlet assuring us that anybody who denied “Global Warming” was no different from a holocaust denier.
But The Day After Tomorrow was about global cooling, which brings me to this next story from the Peruvian Times:
“Peru’s government has declared a state of emergency in parts of the southern Andean region of Puno that have been hit with the coldest temperatures in a decade, daily El Comercio reported.
“Hundreds of families have been affected and more than 250,000 alpacas have died due to freezing temperatures and snow storms that have hit the southern highlands.
“Vehicles on the highway between Puno and Arequipa were also affected. Passengers on interprovincial buses were forced to wait some eight to 10 hours on the icy highways at temperatures of minus 15 degrees Celsius [5 degrees Fahrenheit].”
The Peruvians need an attitude adjustment. They should be forced to watch An Inconvenient Truth with eyes propped open like they were in the nightmarish film A Clockwork Orange (1971) in an attempt to desensitize the Peruvians from looking at the hard cold facts and making a logical and scientific decision.