Delingpole: No One Likes Al Gore’s New Movie
It has been mocked for its exaggerations by the BBC’s Justin Webb:
Webb hit back and suggested the former vice president’s second film on tackling climate change, An Inconvenient Sequel, exaggerated facts.
He said: “But that’s the problem isn’t it, you make the case that they’re climate related.
“If I said to you, it’s a cold day in London right now, so there’s no such thing as climate change, you’d say you’re a moron, it’s an idiotic thing to say.
“Yet in your film, you have repeated shots of storms and you, as you put it, join the dots and suggest that they have to be because of man-made climate change.
But perhaps the most devastating blow of all to the movie’s shredded credibility is this terrifying new trailer featuring several of the most embarrassing or obscure pop stars.
“I’m inconvenient for the future of the planet,” says Paul McCartney – probably the truest words he has ever uttered – with all the enthusiasm and verve of a 1,000-year old zombie recovering from a full-frontal lobotomy.