Al Gore’s Perfect Storm

Gore and affiliated parties have diverted science to carbon dioxide abatement; and diverted croplands to subsidized corn for even more expensive fuel than we had already.  Grain prices are exploding.  With a few more winters like the last one, global warming will become global starvation.  But it may happen NEXT WINTER.  Worldwide the effects of high grain prices are already causing starvation.  And there is no real sign of cycle 24.

Al Gore may have created the perfect storm; the storm which will make 1935 starvation in the very breadbasket of Stalin’s Soviet Union a feast, in comparison.  In spite of Stalin’s efforts, there are many more hungry human mouths today.

In 1935, it was warm.   

Stalin's Forced Famine 1932-33 7,000,000 Deaths


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  1. According to a research the poorest people in the world’s poorest countries will suffer the earliest and the most from climate change, according to this year’s edition of the Environmental Review. The report says that, due to their geographical location, low incomes, and low institutional capacity, as well as their greater reliance on climate-sensitive sectors like agriculture, the poorest countries and people are suffering earliest and are poised to suffer most.

  2. I picked up on this story on my blog a few weeks ago and I must say that you’re absolutely right (and your post title is spot on). Gore’s little hoax is going to starve millions. But isn’t it the poor that those on the left have wanted to protect for all these years? Liberal greed must be worse that corporate greed now.

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