Carbon Billionaire refuses to correct the record on statements regarding CRU emails
Steve Watson, Paul Watson
Tuesday, Dec 15, 2009
An attempt by a journalist to ask Al Gore to correct the record on the Climategate emails scandal was met once again with an armed response from UN security thugs at the Copenhagen climate change summit.
For the second time in three days, journalist and film maker Phelim McAleer was met with physical resistance from UN guards as he attempted to ask questions about the biggest scientific scandal in history.
In recent interviews the world’s first carbon billionaire said that the Climategate emails were “sound and fury signifying nothing”, adding that the most recent one is more than 10 years old.”
Of course, if Al Gore had bothered to read any of the emails or spend five minutes looking at any reports related to the story, he would know that the emails cover a period of ten years, with the most recent being sent just one month ago on November 12th.
Some of the most damming emails, where the scientists debate being unable to account for a lack of warming, discuss how deceptive their figures may be, and advocate deleting all their emails to avoid freedom of information requests are less than one year old.
When McAleer confronted Gore and asked him to correct his statements the former vice-president’s Press Secretary grabbed McAleer’s microphone to stop questions being put to him.
UN security guards immediately surrounded Gore and one of them disconnected McAleer’s microphone.
Watch the confrontation:
The incident comes just days after McAleer was ordered by UN security to stop filming at a press conference where he was asking prominent climate alarmist Stephen Schneider questions about Climategate.
As soon as McAleer began his question, UN officials jumped in and attempted to wrestle the microphone away from him. When this failed, an armed thug was sent in to threaten McAleer and his cameraman, before eventually making them leave the press conference.
Watch the video:
McAleer had a previous run-in with Al Gore earlier this year when the climate cult thought police once again cut his microphone during a question and answer session. McAleer had asked Gore about the multitude of errors in his Inconvenient Truth movie.
Watch the video:
This is another example of how the thought police on the political left are in many cases more virulent in their hatred of free speech than even the Neo-Cons. During the DNC event in Denver last year, thugs working for MSNBC cut the wire of Alex Jones’ bullhorn before sneaking away – but their actions were caught on film. Watch below.
This article was posted: Tuesday, December 15, 2009 at 10:52 am