In an interview with Britain’s The Sun newspaper, Al Gore, former White House number 2 and Nobel decorated climate crisis combat veteran, complained that the world is not reponding appropriately to his $24 Million earning documentary An Inconvenient Truth by making enough progress in the war against the causes and effects of global climate change. “I have to say”, the increasingly rotund private jet-riding magnate of all cap-and-trade carbon currency schemes muses, “the situation has not improved since I made the movie in 2006”. Indeed. Not only have the world’s leaders collectively failed, in the last two years, to “correctly” label the planet’s major source of plant food as a pollutant, but the climate itself has failed to continue its warming trend.
Gore’s logical response to this lack of improvement is to refuse to entertain debate on his theories and to spend even more of other people’s money in a $300 Million ad campaign to inject more urgency into his calls for converting carbon into a tradable currency so his personal investments in carbon offset companies can further offset his frequent Gulfstream footprints and his home’s 20 times the national average energy consumption bill. Also in the works is his project for a sequel to his documentary, reportedly to be entitled “An increasingly urgent inconvenience”. Studies are still inconclusive on whether the sun will comply with Gore’s proposed global legislation program to regulate its role in the warming of the earth.