Al Gore, Lunatic

Michael Walsh19 Jan, 2023 2 Min Read
Release the second chakra!

Somebody help this man. Speaking at the World Economic Forum's annual wankfest in Davos, Switzerland, the inventor of the internet and the scourge of massage therapists everywhere went on an unhinged rant that tells you all you need to know about the psychosis currently afflicting politicians all over the world. Gesticulating wildly, his face reddening, his voice rising, the former vice president of the United States became a man in the deadly grip of a panicked, violent, superstitious reaction to... the weather.

A decent human being would be ashamed to show his face in public ever again after this embarrassing display of childish, Thunbergian pique, but in front of the unctuous barking seals who make up the attendees at Klaus Schwab's Klubhaus Gore was greeted with whoops and cheers for his messianic fervor. The cultish behavior of the so-called global elites was never more in evidence, a perverse clerisy of crackpots in charge of a global suicide sect.

Sanctimonious, smug, silly, and stupid. Also very, very dangerous. Be sure to watch the whole thing to see the true face of "climate" activists, whose goal is nothing short of the destruction of the fossil fuel industry, the reduction of the civilized way of life, and the political capture of Western governments all over the planet in order to install their punitive program of oligarchic rule. And to hear Gore, at the beginning of his deracinated fulmination, reveals the inconvenient truth that "In my country we passed the Inflation Reduction Act, which is primarily a climate act," and then boast about how much money it's really going to cost. Not him, of course; the American taxpayer.

Hail, victory!

So take a bow, Herr Schwab. Your plan for the Fourth Reich is well underway. But remember this: with friends like Al Gore, you and your Great Reset don't need enemies, and the rest of us are now on to your malignant scam.


Michael Walsh is a journalist, author, and screenwriter. He was for 16 years the music critic and a foreign correspondent for Time Magazine. His works include the novels As Time Goes By, And All the Saints, and the bestselling “Devlin” series of NSA thrillers; as well as the nonfiction bestseller, The Devil’s Pleasure Palace and its sequel, The Fiery Angel. Last Stands, a study of military history from the Greeks to the present, was published by St. Martin's Press in December 2019. He is also the editor of Against the Great Reset: 18 Theses Contra the New World Order, published on Oct. 18, 2022, and of the forthcoming Against the Corporate Media. Follow him on Twitter: @theAmanuensis


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6 comments on “Al Gore, Lunatic”

  1. How could anyone who has so far up to now been so spectacularly wrong have any remaining credibility? He started in a more or less reasonable sounding tone and then escalated into the usual rant. And even more spectacular is that the audience seemed to lap it up. Such delusion. Thank heavens there seems to be a growing push back against such hyperbole. Lets hope reason will triumph over hype.

  2. My friend Peter Bocking once said that if Al Gore’s hair were set on fire it would provide enough heat and light for a small English village.

  3. Al Gore is well ahead of the warming curve and demonstrates it at Davos. For instance, he's noticed that "the seas," or at least parts of them are now boiling. This is an unprecedented boon to the poor, who will no longer need stoves, deadly gas or intermittent electric. They simply need to stroll over to the nearest boiling sea -- cars will no longer be an option, and who wants to wait for the two scheduled trains a week to cook tonight's dinner -- put their insect burgers on those grill things your Dad used to use when grilling in the backyard was legal -- and let nature do the cooking!

    For those who think walking a few hundred miles for a meal will be an inconvenient truth, I remind you that Americans are suffering from an obesity epidemic for which masking has been shown to be ineffective. Once ocean-boiled dinners are universal, obesity will be the least of our troubles.

  4. Yesterday, I performed my annual ritual of voting NO for Al Gore’s membership on Apple’s Board. Maniacal is too small a word to describe his lunacy.

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