Al Gore Demands Removal of “Climate Denier” Head of World Bank. Hear the Response.

September 24, 2022

6 Responses to “Al Gore Demands Removal of “Climate Denier” Head of World Bank. Hear the Response.”

  1. rhymeswithgoalie Says:

    The old “I’m not a scientist” weaselism.

    • talies Says:

      “I’m not a scientist, so I don’t know about C Change” = “I’m not an immunologist, so I don’t know if the vaccine works (and am not going to take it)” #ClimateCrisis

      • J4Zonian Says:

        I’m not a traffic expert so I don’t know if I should close my eyes & walk into a busy highway or not.

        I’m not a nutritionist so I don’t know if I should eat food or not.

        I’m not a forensic arson investigator so I don’t know if I should set my house on fire before I take the lethal dose of sleeping pills or after. (I’m not a biochemist, either.)

        We could all go on. People are allowed to get away with this without being fired, arrested, or imprisoned because we’re not political scientists, psychiatrists, or proctologists so we don’t know how to rise up & remove psychopathic assholes from power. Iceland did it with a kitchenware revolution; it seems people in the US don’t have the sense or courage to bang 2 pots together.

  2. The World Bank is supposed to help poor countries develop. What they are actually doing is keeping poor countries poor by imposing a climate agenda that has an immeasurable effect on climate. At 2:21:00 Michael Shellenberger educates Lawrence Krauss:

  3. Ron Benenati Says:

    yeah. get rid of him, Joe.

  4. Ron Benenati Says:

    economic advisor to Donald Trump, nominated to World bank by Trump administration, former Chief Economist of Bear Sterns until it went bust in the mortgage crisis….just prior to crisis he wrote. “”Housing and debt markets are not that big a part of the U.S. economy, or of job creation…the housing- and debt-market corrections will probably add to the length of the U.S. economic expansion.”[14] He also called for the raising of interest rates in 2011 at a time when others believed this would be harmful to the economy.[15] Bruce Bartlett cited Malpass’s 2008 forecast of economic growth and his 2012 forecast of recession as specific examples of partisan bias in economic forecasts.” – excerpted from Wikipedia

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