What the hell kind of truth is this?

Elwyn 2022-04-21 09:02:16

The title is --- The truth of XXXXX.
After reading it I asked myself, what the hell is this truth? This whole fuck is like a bad crappy paper.

It is nothing more than paving the way for a carbon tax, so at least you have to be serious. You're a goddamn good deal, but you have called a third-rate university that can't even panic to make a report, and you have called a politician to be the lead underwriter. With such a troupe, you are going to rip it off. What the hell are you doing when you're a 2B? Outsiders can't stand it anymore, and it's no wonder that it's a farce in Copenhagen. This is like a local turtle who wants to eat a full-fledged meal of the Manchu and Han Dynasty, but is only willing to collect some leftovers such as green vegetables and radishes at the cost. It costs money to rob people, and you're going to bluff people with a fucking plastic water gun. You're really diligent and thrifty at home.

Most of the "truth" is not the truth. Especially if the person who said this is still a standard politician, it can only be farther from the truth.

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  • Merl 2022-03-23 09:02:00

    Gore's personal excesses make this very good environmental film hateful, but I still recommend it in terms of environmental protection

  • Marcel 2021-12-15 08:01:03

    Gore is the only candidate in American history to lose the presidential seat by a judge ruling. He lost to Bush at a slight disadvantage and won the Nobel Peace Prize the following year. Even if he loses politics, he wins respect. This documentary is not the best documentary, but it is the one I most want to recommend. If a polar bear drowns, you have no sense; what about your city disappearing? We are already living with consequences, and we will live with more serious consequences.

An Inconvenient Truth quotes

  • Al Gore: We have the ability to do this. Each one of us is a cause of global warming, but each of us can make choices to change that. With the things we buy, the electricity we use, the cars we drive, we can make choices to bring our individual carbon emissions to zero. The solutions are in our hands. We just have to have the determination to make them happen. Are we gonna be left behind as the rest of the world moves forward?

    [on the screen behind him, a list of countries appears]

    Al Gore: All of these nations have ratified Kyoto. There are only two advanced nations in the world that have not ratified Kyoto, and we are one of them. The other is Australia.

    [on the screen, a map of the United States is shown]

    Al Gore: Luckily, several states are taking the initiative. The nine northeastern states have banded together on reducing CO2. Uh, California and Oregon are taking the initiative. Pennsylvania is exercising leadership on solar power and wind power. And U.S. cities are stepping up to the plate.

    [on the screen, a list of cities appears, to applause]

    Al Gore: One after the other, we have seen all of these cities pledge to take on global warming.

  • Al Gore: Ultimately, this question comes down to this. Are we, as Americans, capable of doing great things even though they are difficult? Are we capable of rising above ourselves and above history? Well, the record indicates that we do have that capacity. We formed a nation, we fought a revolution, and brought something new to this earth, a free nation guaranteeing individual liberty. America made a moral decision that slavery was wrong, and that we could not be half free and half slave. We, as Americans, decided that of course women should have the right to vote. We defeated totalitarianism and won a war in the Pacific and the Atlantic simultaneously. We desegregated our schools. And we cured fearsome diseases like polio. We landed on the moon! The very example of what's possible when we are at our best. We worked together in a completely bipartisan way to bring down communism. We have even solved a global environmental crisis before, the hole in the stratospheric ozone layer. This was said to be an impossible problem to solve, because it's a global environmental challenge requiring cooperation from every nation in the world. But we took it on. And the United States took the lead in phasing out the chemicals that caused that problem. So now we have to use our political processes in our democracy, and then decide to act together to solve those problems. But we have to have a different perspective on this one. It's different from any problem we have ever faced before.