Gore to Children: Question Your Parents’ Climate Beliefs as We Questioned Segregation
Audio aired on Glenn Beck’s radio program has media-darling telling kids, ‘there are some things about our world that you know that older people don’t know.’
We have absolutely nobody to blame but ourselves for not standing up earlier and exposing the Algore fraud for what it is, has been and always will be. Should the EPA or congress ever actually put any of this non-science into effect, law suits will result, demanding proof that Co2 has anything to do with climate change. There will be no evidence, it has all been destroyed, lacking scientific integrity. With any hope Al Gore would also be sentenced to jail for the perpetration of fraud with the intent on financial gain.
As parents we must begin demanding more from our schools, understand the curriculum and challenge local school boards, removing members that participate in the selection of progressive books meant to erase history and sell principles based on the progressive premise.
Last we have ourselves to blame for allowing the people that we continually elect to “represent us”. It’s wake up time America, time to throw out all the trash on both sides of the isle. November 2, 2010 will be the true shot heard around the world. Random thoughts while observing the passing parade.
Imagine this – a former high-ranking and well-respected government official telling your children that they know something you don’t. Is this Cold War-era Soviet Union? Nope. It’s Maryland, and the official is former Vice President Al Gore.
In audio aired on the Feb. 4 “Glenn Beck Radio Program,” Gore was advising school children on the eve of the inauguration of President Barack Obama, presumably at the University of Maryland Presidential Youth Inaugural Conference. He said that it’s up to them to question their parents on conventional wisdom in order to overcome the challenges of modern America, one of them being global warming.
“But I’m thinking back a long way to when I was your age and the civil rights revolution was unfolding,” Gore said. “And we kids asked our parents and their generation, ‘Explain to me again why it’s OK for the law to officially discriminate against people because of their skin color?’ And parent’s try to tell their kids the right thing, you know? Usually, I do. And when our parent’s generation couldn’t answer that question, that’s when the law started to change.”
Gore’s solution to overcoming this – children, like the ones he was addressing on Jan. 19, should question their parents because according to him, this is an era of rapid change and children are the ones who will make it possible for society to adapt.
“There are some things about our world that you know that older people don’t know,” Gore continued. “Why would that be? Well, in a period of rapid change, the old assumptions sometimes just don’t work anymore because they’re out of date. New knowledge, new understandings are much more widely available, sometimes to young people who are in school who aren’t weighed down with the old flawed assumptions of the past.” Complete Story: