Saturday, September 04, 2010


Al Gore’s global warming film, "An Inconvenient Truth," drove him bonkers.
By Monica Crowley
September 3, 2010
An environmental militant named James Lee stormed the building housing the Discovery Channel, armed with explosives, and took several people hostage. After a standoff, police shot and killed the man and the hostages were freed unharmed.
He had been a militant environmentalist for a while, posting his environmental and population-control demands online in something of a "manifesto." In it, he wrote:
"I want Discovery Communications to broadcast on their channels to the world their new program lineup and I want proof they are doing so. I want the new shows started by asking the public for inventive solution ideas to save the planet and the remaining wildlife on it," the alleged manifesto reads, adding:
"Nothing is more important than saving … the Lions, Tigers, Giraffes, Elephants, Froggies, Turtles, Apes, Raccoons, Beetles, Ants, Sharks, Bears, and, of course, the Squirrels. The humans? The planet does not need humans."
Saving the beetles?
The world does not need humans?
Well, today the world has one less human. Maybe Mr. Lee thought he was doing his environmental duty.
He also luxuriated in Al Gore’s hysterical environmental tall tale, "An Inconvenient Truth," claiming he experienced an "awakening" when he saw it.
Press reaction was interesting: THERE WASN’T ANY. No reports that this was a FAR-LEFT wacko with an extreme liberal agenda. You just know that the lamestream media was dying—dying!—to report that this was a Tea Party guy who forced himself into the building with guns blazing.
But because it was a Far-Left nut, the lamestream media is as quiet as a church mouse.

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