Gore Gets a Cold Shoulder in Denmark
Copenhagen, March 14, 2007, by Tom Gillesberg
Schiller Institute brings their campaign against Al Gore's Global
Warming lies to Copenhagen's City Hall Square.
The events of the last days might cause the end of the
seemingly warm feelings Al Gore has had for
. It used to be all so nice. The Danish environmental minister, Connie
Hedegaard, a huge fan of Al Gore, who has promoted Al Gore’s
“convenient lies,” had sent him a personal fan letter, with an
invitation to come to
. That’s probably the reason Al Gore was booked to speak in
three times within just two months. A seemingly pleasant way for Gore
to earn a quick buck. But that has changed.
The first appearance of Al Gore, on January 18, already spelled
trouble. Of course, the environmental minister was there to great him,
together with the Danish ecological establishment, as he spoke in the
, but there was also a very vocal bel canto-demonstration by members
of the Danish Schiller Institute. They warned against Al “The
Clown” Gore, and revealed that the Global Warming-theory was based
on lies and hot air. At the same time, the paranoid Al Gore refused to
talk with the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten, out of fear of being
challenged on the validity of his arguments. The Danish TV station,
TV2, showed the Schiller Institute’s singing protest, and
interviewed Eigil Friis-Christensen from the
about the fraud of Global Warming.
When Al Gore returned to
March 6, it was to give a well-paid lecture in Frederikshavn, a small
. Michael Gorbachov was also supposed to speak at the event, to a
crowd of 2500 high-paying visitors. Shortly before the event,
Gorbachov cancelled his participation (on grounds of a sprained leg),
and Al Gore was to be the sole speaker, while the guests would get a
50% discount. In order to avoid total embarrassment, the organizers of
the conference had to distribute free tickets to the local college
youth. Despite the free tickets, almost half of the seats were empty
at the event. The paranoid Al Gore had, of course, demanded that no
journalists or photographers were present during the event.
Then, one week later, on March 13, Al Gore had been “bought
in” to be the keynote speaker at a CO2-trading scheme conference
called “Carbon Market Insights 2007” in
. Once again, Gore had specified in his contract, that no journalists
or photographers were to be present during his speech. In an unusual
show of press silence, only one Danish newspaper reported that Al Gore
was going to speak. Despite the great hush-hush, Al Gore and the
conference participants were in for an unexpected treat. At the
opening of the conference, members of the Danish Schiller Institute
were standing in front of the entrance, with a 5-meter-long banner
reading: “LaRouche: Al Gore’s lies lead to genocide”.
The Schiller Institute demonstrates against Al Gore outside of the
entrance to the Bella Center.
protesters used their bel canto-voices to sing (to the tune of “My
Bonnie Lies over the Ocean”) ”Al Gore lies about Global Warming.
George Bush lied to get us in war. They both get their orders from London. Don’t listen to foolish Al Gore,
Bring in ... LaRouche and his Youth” and canons, with text like,
“Global Warming is just the latest lie to trick you. Gore gave you
George Bush, evil Dick Cheney,
war. Al Gore is a dangerous clown.” At the same time, they
distributed an article from Executive Intelligence Review entitled, “London
is spreading Blood and Gore,” on the British hand behind Al Gore,
and a leaflet about how Danish scientists from the Danish National
Space Center, and a recent documentary shown on British Channel Four,
have debunked the Global Warming myth.
Most of the participants at the conference were quite happy
with the demonstration. They took pictures with cameras and mobile
phones, and came up to get the full story. Many commented that they
knew that Al Gore was lying. In fact, one Chinese guest left the
conference hall to avoid having to hear Al Gores lies. Some
countries stated that they had no intention of going along with the
Malthusian policy. One American participant burst out: “Is this
LaRouche? Is this THE LaRouche? I voted for him last time!” Then, of
course, the conference participants did not constitute the usual
environmental crowd, but were representatives of investment houses,
electrical companies, NGOs, etc., who were intending to earn money on
the CO2 swindle, without necessarily believing in it.
Al Gore himself skilfully avoided the protesters, by going in
through a back entrance, so that he wouldn’t have to face the music.
But he no doubt got the message, and it will probably be a while
before he pops up on Danish turf again.