Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Who Invented Global Warming?

Who invented Global Warming? Was it Gore or Gorbachev?

In 1992, three years after the fall of the Berlin wall, Gorby gave a speech at Fulton, Missouri declaring victory for the communist system and blaming Churchill for initiating the Iron Curtain! However, I digress – did Algore invent the Internet AND global warming? It seems Gorbachev beat him to it on the global warming.

Gorbachev said, in part ..” The prospect of catastrophic climate changes, more frequent droughts, floods, hunger, epidemics, national-ethnic conflicts, and other similar catastrophes compels governments to adopt a world perspective and seek generally applicable solutions. The only alternative would be an intensification of conflicts throughout the world, instability in political systems, civil wars, i.e. ultimately a threat to world peace.”

This speech was aimed at reinforcing the old communist goal of globalization. One world, one government – Hillary’s “village” if you will. The real goal of global warming advocates is to control the people in the world, "for the good of us all!" Gore is currently their most vocal advocate. The globalization movement has spread it’s tendrils though-out liberal thinking groups in this country. Algore is simply spewing the same old rhetoric and the socialists who support him understand well where he is going.

In this same speech, given at Westminster College, in Fulton, Missouri, Gorbachev also said “….but the West, and the United States in particular, also committed an error. Its conclusion about the probability of open Soviet military aggression was unrealistic and dangerous. This could never have happened, not only because Stalin, as in 1939-1941, was afraid of war, did not want war, and never would have engaged in a major war. But primarily because the country was exhausted and destroyed; it had lost tens of millions of people, and the public hated war. Having won a victory, the army and the soldiers were dying to get home and get back to a normal life. By including the "nuclear component" in world politics, and on this basis unleashing a monstrous arms race -- and here the initiator was the United States, the West -- "sufficient defense was exceeded," as the lawyers would say. This was a fateful error.”

Stalin was “afraid of war!” Give me a break! Socialism (Stalinism) was, and is alive and well! By the way, Gorbachev was applauded by the, even then, leftist audience.

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