Environmental Propaganda Movie Reviews
For the benefit of the people who think every movie is a documentary

This is a spinoff page which uses material that was once found on either the Global Warming Page or the page about Cultural and political bias in motion pictures.  Hollywood is notorious for political propaganda disguised as entertainment, and nothing makes for a disaster movie like an environmental catastrophe, whether real or imaginary.  Unfortunately, many of today's poorly educated young people don't know propaganda when they see it, and no matter what comes up on the screen, they leave the movie theater thinking they've just seen a documentary.



Vanishing evidence for climate change.  In the runup to the Sept. 23 UN Climate Summit in New York, Leonardo DiCaprio is releasing a series of films about the "climate crisis."  The first is "Carbon," which tells us the world is threatened by a "carbon monster."  Coal, oil, natural gas and other carbon-based forms of energy are causing dangerous climate change and must be turned off as soon as possible, DiCaprio says.  But he has identified the wrong monster.  It is the climate scare itself that is the real threat to civilization.  DiCaprio is an actor, not a scientist; it's no real surprise that his film is sensationalistic and error-riddled.  Other climate-change fantasists, who do have a scientific background, have far less excuse.

"Global Warming, the Movie" Starring: Freezing.  A funny thing happens when Hollywood tries to portray the horrific negative consequences of global warming:  they tend to end up showing an Earth that has frozen over.  I noticed this the first time in 2004?s The Day After Tomorrow, where global warming supposedly leads to a global atmospheric inversion that buries New York City under a mountain of snow.  It was a striking image:  a global warming movie whose poster features the hand of the Statue of Liberty poking out of the top of a glacier.

Obama and Showtime Admit to Exploiting Extreme Weather Events to 'Shift' Public Opinion.  The finale of Showtime's "Years of Living Dangerously" wrapped up a long effort to push climate alarmism with an interview between New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman and President Barack Obama.  Friedman and Obama agreed on the need to connect extreme weather events to climate change in order to sway public opinion, showcasing the partisan political goal of the Showtime series.

9 Problems with Aronofsky's 'Noah'Noah doesn't merely get the story wrong; like all Biblical adaptations, it's bound to do that (although some aspects of the film are out and out ridiculous).  It gets the morality of the story wrong, and in the process turns God into Gaia and morality into radical deep green environmentalism.

'Gasland' scandal ignited at EPA.  HBO viewers thought they saw Steve Lipsky, a Parker County, Texas, home-owner, holding his garden hose belching fire from his methane-contaminated water well.  The flaming water was terrifying and "Gasland Part II" blamed it on fracking done by Range Resources, a Fort Worth-based shale gas driller.  What viewers actually witnessed was Lipsky holding a hose secretly connected to a gas vent, not a water line.  This fraud came out in a lawsuit filed by Steven and Shyla Lipsky against Range for $6.5 million in the 43rd State District Court of Texas.

Science Council Debunks More Environment Scares from 2013.  In 2010 filmmaker Josh Fox released the "documentary" Gasland, igniting anti-fracking hysteria as an "environmentalist" mass movement.  The key moment in that movie, shown over and over again on screens large and small, was a homeowner in protective goggles turning on his tap water and setting it on fire with a match.  The scene resulted in the widespread mythology that the "new" technology, fracking, involved dangerous procedures leading to leakage of toxic chemically treated water at high pressure into aquifers, well water, and tap water. [...] In conclusion it should be noted the tap-water flame so famously highlighted in Gasland was confirmed to be a result of naturally occurring methane in the nearby Colorado water table, and not related to any fracking activity.

Anti-fracking film littered with inaccurate and misleading claimsGasland Part II, the new documentary by environmental activist Josh Fox, premiered on HBO Monday night.  The film, a sequel to Fox's Oscar-nominated 2010 film Gasland, has drawn significant attention to the supposed dangers of the oil and gas extraction technique hydraulic fracturing, also known as fracking.  Many of its claims rely on faulty data, mischaracterizations, or outright falsehoods.  Four of those claims, made in his new film and repeated elsewhere, stand out.

The Top 5 Lies About FrackingGasland Part II, the sequel to director/activist Josh Fox's earlier anti-fracking docudrama Gasland, will run on HBO next Monday.  It appears to have rounded up the usual corporate villains and appealing victims of profit-hungry capitalist skullduggery, rather than telling the more substantial story:  that fracking combined with horizontal drilling has unleashed a bonanza of cheap natural gas.

Frack to the Future.  There's gas in the earth.  That's why it's called "natural gas."  Some gets into well water.  Environmental officials investigated the flames shown in "Gasland" and concluded that the pollution had nothing to do with fracking.

FrackNation Debunks Fantasyland.  In a jammed-packed 70 minutes of video, [Phelim] McAleer interviews a wide range of experts and cites data that debunk virtually everything put forth in the 2010 pseudo-documentary Gasland.  As for Gasland producer Josh Fox, McAleer leaves no doubt that he is a pretense of a journalist who favors theater over facts about a technology that frees gas from tightly bound shale formations thousands of feet underground.

Eco-terror advocate bashes climate 'deniers' on film.  Last Friday [3/8/2013], Big Green's entertainment division churned out yet another attempt to turn that around with a panicky new global-warming documentary.  It opened on 51 screens with a weekend gross of $45,000 (that's $882.25 per screen, according to the Internet Movie Database).  It was produced at an estimated cost of $1.5 million and comes with a screaming title:  "Greedy Lying Bastards."

Greenie lying bastards.  Pathetic and desperate.  There's no other way to describe the new "we hate-industry" movie, Greedy Lying Bastards.  Producers spent nearly $2 million to complain about climate skeptic money, in yet another Big Green attack on anyone who disagrees with the climate fanatic industry, which is itself a multi-billion-dollar global enterprise that seeks to impose anti-energy policies in the name of preventing climate change.

"Promised Land": Anti-fracking Propaganda.  The story line in the new theatrical release Promised Land is obviously intended to leave audiences with a very dim and scary view of fracking and the companies that use this new method of drilling to tap vast amounts of oil and natural gas that otherwise would be inaccessible.  But the depiction in Promised Land is so fantastic that the intent could backfire.  Indeed, by the end of the film, moviegoers may be left annoyed and offended by the blatant attack on fracking.

Target of global warming agitprop unconcerned, amused.  [Greedy Lying] Bastards is premised on an ambitious conspiracy theory that has been spun so often it's become a cliché:  Exxon Mobil and Koch Industries, which Rosebraugh absurdly calls "the biggest company you've never heard of," are deploying paid shills including think tankers and politicians to obstruct solutions to and deceive the public about climate change.  But, after laying the groundwork, the film has trouble delivering.

Meet the "1%" Funding Anti-Fracking Hysteria.  It's the classic David vs. Goliath story.  According to a new report, the anti-fracking movement is just as well-funded by highly organized environmental groups backed by deep-pocketed liberal philanthropists and even Middle East oil money.  According to a new report titled "The Environmental Movement vs. the Marcellus Shale," the anti-fracking movement, using its friends in media and in Hollywood, has carefully crafted a "little guy" image when the reality is something quite different.

The unkindest movie review of all:
Matt Damon Anti-Fracking Movie Flops at Box Office.  Matt Damon's much hyped anti-fracking film "Promised Land" has failed to make the impact that its producers and environmental groups had hoped for.  As of January 20, "Promised Land" has raked in a whopping total of $7,542,000 since it opened on December 28, according to Box Office Mojo.  According to The Hill, the movie cost $15 million to make.

'Promised Land' fares poorly at theaters.  Fracking gets natural gas out of the ground, but it isn't bringing people into movie theaters.  Big stars and political controversy didn't translate into a significant box-office haul as "Promised Land," a new movie exploring environmental concerns about the gas-production method known more formally as "hydraulic fracturing," fared poorly in its nationwide opening.

Can UAE-Backed Film Shut Down U.S. Fracking Boom?  As the U.S. changes the balance of power by exporting some of its abundant natural gas resources, a Hollywood propaganda film debuts claiming the technology making it possible will poison America's small towns.

Frack film's flim-flam.  'Promised Land," a new movie from Matt Damon and John Krasinski, attacks fracking — a new way of getting oil and gas out of the ground, which has become the latest villain of the environmental movement.  Last week, I revealed the film's co-writers, Damon and Krasinski, have gone to enormous lengths to twist the narrative to make American energy corporations the villain.  At the time, their efforts could be just passed off as just another Hollywood leftist fantasy to explain why the world is not how they think it should be.  But now a more sinister possibility has emerged.

Matt Damon's troubled anti-frack film.  Matt Damon and John Krasinski ran into a big problem while making their film "Promised Land"; how they solved it tells us a lot about Hollywood.  Some time ago, the two actors decided to make a movie about fracking — a method of getting once-inaccessible oil and gas out of the ground that has become the bête noire of many environmentalists.

Matt Damon's Anti-Fracking Movie Financed by Oil-Rich Arab Nation.  A new film starring Matt Damon presents American oil and natural gas producers as money-grubbing villains purportedly poisoning rural American towns.  It is therefore of particular note that it is financed in part by the royal family of the oil-rich United Arab Emirates.

Environmentalist Movie Funded by Oil-Rich Royalty.  Matt Damon turned to oil-rich Middle East royalty to finance his film attacking domestically produced natural gas.  The environmentalist screed, Promised Land, received a chunk of its funding from the United Arab Emirates, an oil kingdom known for its lavish spending on man-made islands and the world's tallest building, according to the Heritage Foundation.

Abu Dhabi Media's Hollywood Propaganda.  As Heritage has pointed out, The Promised Land, the troubled piece of lefty Hollywood agitprop aimed at the domestic oil industry is actually financed by the international oil industry.

Hollywood fracks up.  [T]he sad truth is that this lame-assed, eco-propaganda movie has nothing whatsoever to do with the genuine threat of wind farms but with the almost wholly imaginary one of fracking.  Fracking has been a godsend to the US economy, blessing it with clean, cheap, abundant energy which has enriched those states lucky enough to have big shale gas reserves, created jobs and increased America's energy security by reducing its reliance on imported gas from unstable countries.  What's not to like about shale gas?

Fracking flop.  The anti-affordable energy crowd has suffered another setback.  The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on Wednesday [7/25/2012] released the results of extensive testing that found nothing toxic in the water in Dimock, Pa.  That's the town where the anti-drilling documentary "Gasland" filmed dramatic images of a homeowner lighting his tap water on fire.  The film blamed the strange occurrence on hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, a procedure that uses a pressurized mixture to extract natural gas from shale rock formations.

'Frack nation'.  Thanks to the Oscar-nominated documentary "Gasland," many people believe fracking — a process of getting natural gas out of rock — pollutes water and creates wastelands wherever it is used.  But like so many documentaries nowadays, Gasland is high on anecdote and emotion but low on science and fact.  One of the most dramatic images in "Gasland" is footage of a resident lighting his tap water with flames shooting out of the faucet.  As a journalist, I wanted to learn more, so I went to a Q&A with Gasland director Josh Fox.  As I questioned him, Fox eventually admitted that he knew people could light their tap water in these areas decades before fracking came on the scene.

More about fracking.

Indisputable Proof.  When Gasland was released in 2010, many people said that natural gas had contaminated well water long before fracking became a common practice, but these statements were ignored or downplayed by the media. [...] The producers of Gasland have a web site asking people to contact regulators to have fracking stopped.  Perhaps it would be helpful if the regulators were made aware of the August 1980, National Geographic Magazine picture that predated the Gasland movie by 30 years.

Commercializing Anti-Consumerism.  It's a triumph of commercial chutzpah that the just-released Illumination Entertainment animated film manages to tie what Stephen Colbert calls a "little orange tree hugger" to 70 corporate partners, from IHOP pancakes to Mazda's CX-5 SUV, to Seventh Generation disposable diapers, to an HP printer app.  Nothing draws multinationals like a green sponsorship opportunity.  Even if it's orange.  The Lorax is hardly the first anti-consumption or counterculture messenger who's been turned to commercial use.

Dr. Seuss's The Lorax: Entertaining with an Environmental Agenda.  Dr. Seuss' The Lorax is a film about the disappearance of trees, which have since been replaced by imitations, and the pursuit of two teens anxious to get their hands on some real live greenery.  Therefore, there is a predictable environmentalist undertone coupled with anti-capitalist sentiment. ... The reason Thneedville is so polluted is because of the Once-ler, the town's industrialist who created a garment made from the threads of the Truffula tree, called thneed.  The items became so popular that the region eventually lost all of its trees.  In other words, using natural resources to create products for consumers will end in catastrophe.  And to drive the point home, there is an upbeat children's song.

The Lorax: Candy-Colored Radical Environmental Castor Oil.  With The Lorax, the entertainment industry and the federal government have joined forces to produce a candy-colored dollop of castor-oil. ... Unsurprisingly, given the rigid earnestness behind it, The Lorax isn't much fun to watch.  Every time you think it's starting to get a little heavy-handed, it gets heavier still.  The Lorax (voiced by Danny DeVito) features in both ascension and resurrection scenes, there is a hymn to greed called "How Bad Can I Be?" that would have embarrassed Bernie Madoff, and the bad guy, O'Hare (Rob Riggle), who wears a severely geometric 'do suggesting the epic hairstyling errors of Moe Howard, Ringo Starr and Rooney Mara, is a loathsome little creep who has made a fortune selling bottled air.

Lou Dobbs bashes 'The Lorax' and 'Secret World of Arrietty' for 'indoctrinating liberal agenda'.  Dobbs lambasted Disney's "The Secret World of Arrietty," a Japanese film that opened last Friday [2/17/2012], for its story about a 4-inch-tall family of "borrowers" who take items from humans without paying for them.  Universal's "The Lorax," opening March 2, "is about a woodland creature who speaks for the trees and fights rampant industrialism," Dobbs said, emphasizing the last two words.

The Secret Alchemy of Dr. SeussThe Lorax is one of Dr. Seuss' explicitly rhetorical books, one that he himself classified as "propaganda."  It is a classic cautionary fable structured around a flashback narrated by the villain, the capitalist Once-ler, to a nameless young boy who has come to the Once-ler's dilapidated Lerkim to hear the tale.  The story is set in a dark, murky, post apocalyptic landscape caused by the Once-ler's wholesale exploitation of the ecosystem, which was supported in a former time by Truffula trees.

The Lorax — Entertainment or Propaganda?  The Lorax contains adorable Dr. Seuss graphics and fun sound effects; however, in my mind, its purpose appears to be more propaganda than entertainment.  The message:  Big Business will destroy our land and kill our creatures unless you do something about it.

EPA & Hollywood Use Lorax To Brainwash Kids On Green Energy And Anti-Capitalism.  Universal Studios is releasing "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax" on March 2 to theaters throughout the U.S.  Partnering with Universal is the EPA, which is using Lorax to teach children how to be green and to fight rampant industrialism (capitalism, the engine of progress).  The Lorax character is a creature who "speaks for the trees" and fights against the capitalist system.  How cute.

I Am The Lorax! I Speak for the ... Kids?  You'd think that in producing a remake of Dr. Seuss's "The Lorax," Universal Pictures had fulfilled its liberal propaganda obligations for at least this fiscal quarter.  After all, "The Lorax" is an environmentalist classic.  Alas, "Mr. Wells' 4th Grade Class" of Brookline, Mass., wasn't satisfied, and thousands of left-wing zealots agreed, signing on to the kids' change.org petition.  The petition went after Universal Pictures because the movie trailer and website didn't preach enough about the environment.  The movie's website has already been changed to incorporate green tips.

Film Adaptation of 'The Lorax' Keeps Core but Adds Love Story.  Originally penned in 1971 by Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, the children's picture book "The Lorax" tells the story of a magical creature of the same name who guards a land of brightly colored Truffula Trees and cheerful animals like Humming-Fish and Bar-ba-loots.  One day, industry moves in and chops down all the trees, in the process polluting the air and water.

Dr. Seuss' The LoraxThe Lorax is competent but not particularly moving or incisive or even hilarious.  It's a movie that — unless you really love or loathe its environmental message — doesn't do much more than distract the kiddos for 94 minutes.  That sounds overly disparaging for a Dr. Seuss story, I realize, so let me get to the flip side:  For families really in need of those 94 minutes of distraction — and aren't put off by the environmental preachiness — The Lorax is a solid choice.

Dubious Environmental and Anti-Capitalist Message in The Lorax.  [Scroll down]  In fact, The Lorax movie's official website encourages kids to change their Facebook profile pictures to help save the trees, to "go green," and to participate in the National Education Association's "Read with the Trees" program.  (Notably, they have a donation button so that Lorax fans can contribute to the NEA as well.)  They also helpfully include education plans for teachers to use with their students, including one which helps students understand that "individual choices contribute to climate change.["]

Why Businessmen Wear Black Hats in Today's Movies.  For sci-fi and horror movies, there are always invaders from alien universes and zombies from another dimension, but even here it doesn't hurt if they are in the greed business.  In the 2009 movie "Avatar," a greedy mining corporation is behind the use of avatars to destroy the environment, culture, and natives on the planet Pandora.  This proved a lucrative decision, since the movie earned a large share of its revenue in foreign countries concerned about corporate exploitation of their resources and environment.  But for reality-based politico-thrillers, the safest remaining characters are lily-white, impeccably dressed American corporate executives.

Movie Review: Al Gore's Polarizing, Misleading 'Climate Reality'.  In "24 Hours of Climate Reality," first airing Wednesday [9/14/2011] at 8:00 pm Eastern Time, Gore presented an hour-long sequel to his disastrous "An Inconvenient Truth," followed by 23 hours of semi-reruns of essentially the same presentation.  By hour three, it felt like being stuck in the Twilight Zone forced to watch 24 straight hours of the same Family Matters/Urkel rerun on the WB — only worse.  At least Urkel is annoying and mildly amusing on purpose; Al is these things by accident.

Libs beclown themselves over Muppets:
Oil companies make convenient scapegoats for liberals.  On Fox Business News, Dan Gainor of Media Research Center, pointed this out:  "It's amazing how far the left will go just to manipulate your kids, to convince them, give the anti-corporate message.  They've been doing it for decades.  Hollywood, the left, the media, they hate the oil industry.  They hate corporate America.  And so you'll see all these movies attacking it, whether it was 'Cars 2,' which was another kids' movie, the George Clooney movie 'Syriana,' 'There Will Be Blood,' all these movies attacking the oil industry, none of them reminding people what oil means for most people:  fuel to light a hospital, heat your home, fuel an ambulance to get you to the hospital if you need that.  And they don't want to tell that story."

On the Commumuppet Menace:  Some conservatives have complained that the new Muppet movie has a left-wing bias because the bad guy in the movie is an evil oil developer who wants to tear down the Muppets' decrepit and nearly abandoned studios and drill for oil. ... The Washington Post rebuts that environmentalism isn't even mentioned in the movie because they want to save the Muppet theater for reasons of historic preservation and nostalgia.  This is unpersuasive because it is a given among environmentalists that oil serves no productive purposes and that oilmen are bad guys.  Does the Post really think they picked a rich Texas oilman at random?  Why not a zinc tycoon?

Movie Review: Dolphin Tale.  Though the film focuses on a young boy and an injured animal, it is carefully not to stray into territory that would label it too "cutesy."  It manages to be inspiring and emotional without being too over the top.  One of the film's potential downfalls, however, is its attention, however brief, to issues that seemingly have little if anything to do with the film, including healthcare, the war, and medical care for the troops.

The Editor says...
Dolphins are second only to polar bears in their use as emotional props in environmentalist movies.  Third place goes to the humpback whales.

Long list of environmental propaganda movies.

Under the Sea.  Excellent show, with educational info about sea creatures.  A bit heavy on the "save the oceans" propaganda.  Could have been a bit more light hearted, considering this theater is primarily in a tourist area for vacationers.

James Cameron's Avatar - Socialist NWO Environmental Propaganda Film?  So far the reports are that it's going to be a capitalist-bashing, environmental propaganda film on the greedy old capitalists ruining the poor people called 'Na'Vi,' and so, get this, a botanist is evidently the hero of the story, who recruits a team of humans who enter the world of Pandora where the Navi live and save the planet and plants.  Wow, what an original story.

In 'Cars 2,' John Lasseter Says Big Oil is the 'Uber Bad Guy'.  I kept thinking about, "OK. A spy movie in the world where cars are alive.  What would be a really good kind of über bad guy?  Who is an über bad guy?"  I kept going to big oil. ... And so I thought, well, that could be really cool in that you could have big oil versus alternative fuel.  That's when we kind of crafted the bad guy's story.

'Furry Vengeance' Tells Your Kids Al Gore's a Hero.  Certainly I'm all for balance between nature and man.  I don't want everything paved over.  But by portraying businessmen and developers as cartoonish thugs with no redeeming characteristics, what kind of message are kids supposed to take away from this movie?  That people are inherently bad because they build houses and shopping centers and buy things?

Children's Movie 'Furry Vengeance' Preaches Eco Message.  Young adults of a certain age will remember the 1992 environmental agitprop movie "FernGully," in which inhabitants of the last rainforest fight to save their environment.  Well, bad ideas die hard. "Furry Vengeance," a new live-action children's movie starring Brendan Fraser and Brooke Shields, picks up where "FernGully" left off, thinly veiling its tree-hugging agenda with cheap laughs and cute, furry animals.

"Carbon Nation" and "I am"
New Climate Alarmist Movies About To Hit.  Both movies discuss ways that Someone Else can take action, preferably at the hands of Big Daddy Government.  But, excuse me for being rather skeptical, but, doesn't showing movies use quite a bit of power, generating vast amounts of CO2?  All the people heading to the theaters in their fossil fueled vehicles, electricity for the movie house, and so on?  Perhaps instead of doing this, they could all live their lives like it is 1299, like they want everyone else to do.

Avatar:  Avatar is big, loud, and bodacious — and totally bankrupt as a cinematic experience. ... [T]he eyes sort of collapse from the fatigue of watching vacant characters talk in a strange language (with subtitles) best described as the ramblings of an environmentalist college professor delivered by a befuddled fairy godmother.  That all of this happens in 3D makes it a real slog.

AvatarAvatar, we are told, does things with cameras and computers and actors that have never been done before. ... What they didn't tell us is that Avatar is blitheringly stupid; indeed, it's among the dumbest movies I've ever seen.  Avatar is an undigested mass of clichés nearly three hours in length taken directly from the revisionist westerns of the 1960s — the ones in which the Indians became the good guys and the Americans the bad guys.

Matthews Urges James Cameron To Trash 'Dangerous' Global Warming Deniers in 'Right Wing Media'.  Chris Matthews spent an entire segment of Monday's Hardball sucking up to director James Cameron as the MSNBC host prodded the "Avatar" director to trash those in the "right wing media" who deny global warming, like Glenn Beck, as "very dangerous to this country."  Cameron, who was on to plug the DVD version (coming soon to a landfill near you) of his pro-greenie fantasy flick, warned the Earth was being imperiled by not only the United States but also a rising middle class in places like India and China, and urged viewers to combat the "professional deniers" like Beck who are thwarting his fight against the "clear and present danger" of climate change.

"Avatar:" Eco-Marxist Eye Candy.  On the surface it's a rather mundane "boy meets girl, boy loses girl, boy gets girl back," action/adventure flick.  What sets it apart from the run-of-the-mill examples of the genre, is its beautiful graphics; which combined with the film's storyline, make for cleverly compelling eco-propaganda.  And eco-propaganda is, of course, also Far Left anti-capitalism/anti-democracy/anti-free enterprise, Marxist/Fascist propaganda.

A remake of "The Day The Earth Stood Still"
Movie Reveals Truth About Environmentalism.  Over the weekend, I watched The Day The Earth Stood Still, a 1950's sci-fi classic retooled for the present day... if by retooled one means transformed into a nauseating smorgasbord of left-wing cliches.  Yowser, this puppy has everything from the Good Muslim to the Trigger-Happy Military to the Evil Guy With The — Ooooh! — Flag Lapel Pin, and those are just for starters.

Global Warming Horror Flick Put on Ice.  How embarrassing is it when you produce a horror movie based on global warming and when the time comes to release it, the planet is experiencing some of the coldest weather in decades?  Such is the case with The Thaw starring Val Kilmer.

Critics Pan 'Day the Earth Stood Still' Remake With Global Warming Theme.  Although the words "global warming" are never actually uttered in the remake, that is what the producers mean as the threat posed being posed by humans along with the other environmental problems.  Perhaps the worst environmental problem posed by this movie is the waste of good film stock as you can see in the devastating reviews ...

Wall-E doesn't say anything.  I'm a conservative, and I just love the movie "Wall-E."  That makes me an outcast among many of my fellow conservatives who have judged Pixar's post-apocalyptic cartoon about a trash-compacting robot to be a carbonphobic, Al Gore-worshiping, global-warming panic-mongering assault on capitalism, President Bush and U.S. prosperity.

Wall-E:  Disney is a company rooted in political correctness, so it's not surprising to see Wall-E is full of PC capriciousness.  The PC arcs out like sparks from a fork-in-a-toaster as we see what Eeeeevil Corporations have done to the planet, leaving little Wall-E behind to clean up the mess.  The Earth has been trashed -- literally. ... This may be the bleakest view of the future Walt Disney Inc. has ever put on celluloid.  Capitalism is bad.  Capitalists are bad people.  Corporations (specifically American ones) are evil entities bent on destroying the planet for profit.  I know this, because Hollyweird tells me so.

Leonardo DiCaprio's Eco Movie Bombs.  I hesitated to say before "11th Hour" actually opened how mind-numbingly dull it was for fear that I would ruin it for those interested in the subject of global warming.  But at Cannes, when the film by Nadia Conners and Leila Conners Petersen was shown to journalists, nearly the entire room fell asleep. … "The 11th Hour" is grindingly boring.  Basically, a series of scientists, one after another, warn the audience that the world is coming to an end.  These talking heads are interspersed with stock footage of melting glaciers.

Animal planet:  Evan Almighty suggests that God is unhappy with how we have treated the environment.  In Evan God is sending a flood because we cut down too many trees — an idea that's tired not because it's a lie but because it is a Hollywood cliché.

This is an original compilation, Copyright © 2013 by Andrew K. Dart

Bait and switch:  Previews for Happy Feet give moviegoers no idea what they are in for. … There is nothing happy about the dark final 40 minutes as George Miller unleashes a political screed aimed at overfishing and human littering, among other things.  [A character named] Mumble goes after the humans, now "aliens," lands himself — predictably — in a zoo and summons a montage of fast-paced talking points on environmentalism.

'Happy Feet' Cartoon Is More Al Gore Sky-Is-Falling Propaganda.  Media commentator Michael Medved has recently exposed the Al Gore propaganda message of the new theatrical release, "Happy Feet," featuring lovable dancing penguins.  According to Medved, "Recent controversies involving environmental and gay-marriage messages in Hollywood cartoons and storybooks for young children show that in our current climate, even the youngest kids and the most endearing denizens of Antarctica can become targets and instruments of powerful propaganda."

Michael Medved reviews 'Happy Feet'.  This politically correct pastiche is visually dazzling but painfully unpleasant to watch with its penguin protagonist experiencing pain and danger through nearly all of its running time.  The messages about evil humans ruining everything and pointlessly thwarted love contribute to a decidedly downbeat experience.

'Happy Feet' Stumbles.  For the first half of the movie I enjoyed the slightly offbeat, familiar romp about themes such as being different, intolerance, and the need to loosen up and embrace diversity.  Even though I am a Christian pastor, I could overcome the negative stereotypes of all things spiritual or religious (all such figures were intolerant of diversity, frauds, liars, sticks-in-the-mud or outright debauches).  In any case, to mid-point the movie was entertaining and amusing.  The second half of the movie seemed to have been written by a very dull member of Greenpeace.

"Hoot" falls short.  Few children's films are as nakedly indoctrinating as this one. … Setting aside for a moment the borderline eco-terrorism the film supports, its secondary message that police aren't to be trusted, parents are to be ignored, and teachers are only cool if they overlook a little truancy is hardly one most moms and dads will support.

Hoot's greatest weakness  is its willingness to use end-justifies-the-means reasoning for the teens' actions.  Mullet Fingers is a runaway who defies the police.  He vandalizes a work site, a bulldozer and a police car.  He, Beatrice and Roy lie on multiple occasions to hospital workers, police, the mayor and just about anyone else who gets in their way.

"Too Hot" Not So Hot.  The latest triumph of the global warming crusade is a one hour HBO special entitled "Too Hot Not Too Handle" that is premiering in several cities this month. … If we adopted every suggestion in the film, concentration of carbon dioxide will still double this century.  The reality avoided in the film is that China is currently building over 500 coal-fired power plants; they intend to build one new coal fired plant every week for decades to come, and no matter what we do in the US, emissions from throughout the world will drive atmospheric carbon dioxide levels steadily upward.

The Day After Tomorrow  is just a cheesy disaster movie whose overlay of politically-motivated environmental concern is meant to supply a veneer of sophistication.  Transparent as as this is, it is even less successful at concealing the fact that, like so much of environmentalism, it is really anti-Americanism in disguise.

The Day After Tomorrow  is Hollyweird's latest propaganda project rushed into release just in time to pitch a "George Bush is ruining the planet" speech before the November election (I guess Botox is considered environmentally non-toxic these days).  The problem is that the film totally backfires, drenching itself in nonsensical pseudo-science, cartoonish political characatures and the dumbest "smart people" you'll ever see.

The Day After Rupert Murdoch Takes Over AmericaThe Day After Tomorrow, a flick that purports to warn about destruction wrought by global warming, crashes into multiplexes across the land on May 28.  Already, Al Gore and the lefty Internet clearing house MoveOn.org are planning to exploit the movie's New York premiere with a rally the same day.  MoveOn.org is calling it "the movie the White House doesn't want you to see."

Global Warming Propaganda Coming to Movie Screens.  Global warming propagandists have been using bogus "science" and frightening scenarios for years in an ongoing campaign aimed at empowering the United Nations to deal with this ginned-up "crisis."  Many, no doubt, are hoping that The Day After Tomorrow will help unfreeze the UN's Kyoto Protocol, which the U.S. Senate has, so far, refused to ratify.

The Day After Tomorrow.  The film's Vice President of the United States intentionally looks like then-Vice President Cheney, the unsure President who helplessly asks his VP 'What do we do?", intentionally looks like Bush, and both are eventually taught a Hollywood-fantasy-lesson about getting what you deserve when you don't listen to the modern-day environmental movement.  To wit, Bush's counterpart is killed in the whirlwind he enabled and Cheney's is humbled after everyone above the Mason-Dixon line is wiped out and everyone below gets a taste of poetic justice when they're forced to illegally cross into Mexico and ask for sanctuary.

Cool Summer Throws Ice on Global Warming Alarmists.  It's been a disappointing summer for global warming alarmists.  The summer began with so much promise for the climate control crowd, with the release of the global warming disaster movie "The Day After Tomorrow."  Although the movie made plenty of money, global warming activists wanted much more than that.  They hoped it would foment global warming hysteria in the same way that "The China Syndrome" and "Silkwood" contributed to public sentiment against nuclear power plants.  Instead, the movie was so over-the-top in its portrayal of implausible weather phenomena that no one — not even the usually global warming-sympathetic media — took it seriously.

Don't Trust Hollywood Science:  Global Warming Won't Cause a New Ice Age.  "The Day After Tomorrow," is the subject of a multi-million dollar PR campaign touting it as if it were not fiction, but cinema verite - a realistic warning of what could happen if we don't dismantle our modern economy to stave off global warming.  Yet the extreme scenarios promoted by global warming theory advocates are supported more by political ideology than by science.

"Behind the Mask"
PETA & The ALF, Coming To A Theater Near You.  The radical animal rights group [PETA] is actively promoting a new film that glorifies the domestic-terrorist Animal Liberation Front (ALF).  Along with several leaders of the violent animal rights fringe — including ALF arsonist Rodney Coronado, maritime saboteur Paul Watson, and the murder-endorsing Jerry Vlasak — the movie includes an interview with PETA president Ingrid Newkirk.  In her close-up moment, Newkirk praises masked criminals for being "smart enough to know that they need to fight another day.  They don't want to be recognized by law enforcement."

Apocalypse Soon?  Environmental fear creates political pressure.  The release of a global warming propaganda film is being timed to influence the outcome of the US presidential election and help to pass legislation in Congress.  In June [2004], a week or two after the release of "The Day After Tomorrow", Senators John McCain and Joe Lieberman will reintroduce a bill (S 139) to reduce carbon dioxide emissions in a fashion similar to the U.N.'s infamous Kyoto Protocol on global warming.

Inconvenient Truths Indeed.  Near the end of [Al Gore's] film, we learn of ways the United States could reduce emissions of greenhouse gases back to the levels of 1970.  OK.  Assume the United States accomplishes this lofty goal, would we see any impact on climate?  The well-known answer is no.  China, India and many other countries are significantly increasing their emission levels, and global concentrations of CO2 may double this century no matter what we decide to do in the United States.

Warmed Over.  Mr. Gore's next movie should be about the urge to propitiate the gods with sacrifices, a ritual whose appeal did not go out with the Aztecs.  Yes, Al, let us give billions to alternative energy bureaucrats and emissions regulators.  This we do as a tribute to your shamanism, although it will make little appreciable difference to the accumulation of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.

Nothing to fear but the climate change alarmists.  Here's an inconvenient truth for "An Inconvenient Truth":  Remember what they used to call "climate change"?  "Global warming."  And what did they call it before that?  "Global cooling."  That was the big worry in the '70s:  the forthcoming ice age.  Back then, Lowell Ponte had a huge best seller called The Cooling:  Has the new ice age already begun?  Can we survive?

Nature Magazine Provides the Latest "Inconvenient Truth" for Globetrotter Al Gore.  Al Gore continues to be the comedic gift that keeps on giving.  First, the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) revealed on May 24, 2006, that Gore has used enough hydrocarbons to circle the globe to present over 1,000 Power Point presentations on climate change.  CEI also revealed that he recently used five large SUVs to haul his movie entourage a mere 500 yards at the Cannes Film Festival in France, all the while admonishing others to curtail their own energy use.

Poor Al Gore and An Inconvenient Truth:  It Isn't Science.  Activist cinema has no place in science and scientific discussions.  [Al Gore's] supporters go on to say that Gore wrote "An Inconvenient Truth" from a "passionate conviction" that the future of our environment is in grave danger.  Sorry again, but passionate convictions won't get you a "C" in freshman physics, let alone a responsible position in the climate change discussions.

Does Gore overheat global warming?  Al Gore's documentary, "An Inconvenient Truth," continues to trigger heated discussions about global warming, as well as Mr. Gore's political ambitions, real or imagined. … In the film, Gore points to Mt. Kilimanjaro as an example of global warming's impact on alpine glaciers.  Robert Balling, a climatologist at Arizona State University writes, however, that the shrinking glaciers atop Africa's famed volcano have been disappearing for more than a century.  Two studies published in 2004 suggest the retreat was triggered by declining rainfall since the end of the 1800s.

The Inconvenient Truth about Species Extinction.  [Scroll down]  By my count, there are more than 25 inaccurate or misleading claims in An Inconvenient Truth, yet the Associated Press reports that 19 of our "nation's top climate scientists" gave it "five stars for accuracy."  Moreover, the film is being shown in schools throughout the world, and five nations have made it an official part of their educational curricula.

Al Gore's convenient fiction.  Let me be clear:  The problem with Gore is not that he is a hypocrite.  The problem with Gore is that he has no idea he is not Lancelot.  He has this scary ability to block out any facts that make him less than a perfect selfless eco-hero, and in his need to present himself as the world's savior, he'll say anything — no matter how hysterical.

Inconvenient Truths Indeed.  "An Inconvenient Truth" is billed as the scariest movie you'll ever see.  It may well be, but that's in part because it is not the most accurate depiction of the state of global warming science.  The enormous uncertainties surrounding the global warming issue are conveniently missing in "An Inconvenient Truth."

Editor's note:
The author of the article above is a professor in the climatology program at Arizona State University, specializing in climate change and the greenhouse effect.

Al Gore's film may win an Oscar, but it won't gain many converts.  In making the case for immediate action to stop global warming, the former vice president is articulate, concise, and even winsome, at times.  But Mr. Gore's radical political agenda and tendency for half-truth have undergone no such makeover.  In what amounts to a filmed slideshow, interspersed with indulgent autobiographical footage and voiceovers, Mr. Gore employs stage tricks, straw men, and well-rehearsed rhetoric to contend that opposition views on climate change are rooted in callous profiteering.

The gods are laughing.  Albert Einstein once said, "Whoever undertakes to set himself up as a judge of truth and knowledge is shipwrecked by the laughter of the gods."  While the gods must consider An Inconvenient Truth the ultimate comedy, real climate scientists are crying over Al Gore's new film.  This is not just because the ex-vice-president commits numerous basic science mistakes.  They are also concerned that many in the media and public will fail to realize that this film amounts to little more than science fiction.

PowerPoint Politics:  Before "Inconvenient Truth" enjoys its inevitable rendezvous with Oscar next spring, let me say a little bit about its message. … In the movie, Gore compares the threat of CO2 to the threat posed by Hitler, and so it's clear that he wants us to drop just about everything else in order to focus on the global-warming threat.  But for my part, I don't agree, and I am not so sure that many others do, either.  That's what's inconveniently missing from this film:  a sense of scale, a sense of tradeoffs.  If we choose to get more action against global warming, what will we get less of?

"Too much Gore".  Reviews by Democratic activists of "An Inconvenient Truth," Al Gore's documentary on global warning:  raves on content, not so favorable on the principal actor.  Democratic politicians who have seen the movie … contend there is "too much Gore," including aspects of his personal life that have nothing to do with the environment.

Inconvenient truth about global warming.  A panel of eminent scientists testified yesterday [6/22/2006] at a congressional hearing on global warming … Their presentation was studded with "likely," "maybe," "could be," and "very close to being right" … The timing of the hearings, just when Al Gore's fading horror movie about global warming needs a little mojo at the box office, is no doubt mere coincidence.

Al's Big Adventure:  Gore — earth tones, orange face and all — tried every trick in the book to prove his alpha maleness in the 2000 presidential election, but alas, to no avail.  Since then, he has dedicated himself to his true calling — picking up where he left off after leaving seminary, and building a cathedral of worship for his cadre of eco-nuts. … "An Inconvenient Truth" is a documentary knockoff of last years pop film, "The Day After Tomorrow," only less credible.

Gore's Global Warming Snow Job:  Gore's indulgent exercise in doomsaying has morphed from a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation into the feature film, An Inconvenient Truth.  While the man who would be President deftly handles his self-portrayal of a con-artist and the Main Stream Media eagerly accept the role of his shills, we, the crowd, get to pay our silver to be mystified and astounded.

Questions for Al Gore:  There seems to be a lot of recent concern that more polar bears are drowning these days because of disappearing sea ice.  I assume you know that polar bears have always migrated to land in late summer when sea ice naturally melts back, and then return to the ice when it re-freezes.  Also, if this was really happening, why did the movie ["An Inconvenient Truth"] have to use a computer generated animation of the poor polar bear swimming around looking for ice?

The Pseudoscientific Gospel According to Al Gore:  Those who still believe that Al invented the internet, still bow at his feet.  But as a fellow Tennessean who lives only miles from his alleged Tennessee home, (where he never lives), I see him as most Tennesseans do.  An idiot prepared to say anything to win political power. … His global warming gospel, "An Inconvenient Truth", which seems to be an outright lie, is intended to drive uneducated federal dependents to the democratic side of the ballot at election time.

25 Inconvenient Truths for Al Gore:  Iain Murray, a senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, writes a devastating critique of the new movie, "An Inconvenient Truth," featuring Al Gore, and its companion book.  Murray says Gore "leaves out many truths that are inconvenient for his argument," and goes on to list and document 25 facts that contradict Gore's alarmist depiction of future climate change.

It's the end as he knows it.  The "inconvenient truth" that Gore has selflessly dedicated his life to warn us about is that "humanity is sitting on a time bomb". … Humans have polluted the atmosphere so much in the past 50 years that diseases and parasites are spreading, from lice and ebola to malaria.  He provides no evidence, and doesn't mention that the rise of malaria coincided with the banning of the pesticide DDT, the most effective weapon against mosquitoes.

The Importance Of Being Ernesto:  One of the tenets of the global warmers is that global warming and the Bush administration's indifference to it are causing an escalation in hurricane frequency and intensity.  Al Gore made that claim a central feature of his full-length cartoon, "An Inconvenient Truth."

"An Inconvenient Truth" is a bit hysterical.  Consider the first paragraph of the first section on the movie's website:

Humanity is sitting on a ticking time bomb.  If the vast majority of the world's scientists are right, we have just ten years to avert a major catastrophe that could send our entire planet into a tail-spin of epic destruction involving extreme weather, floods, droughts, epidemics and killer heat waves beyond anything we have ever experienced.
I'm going to go out on a limb here and guess that even most believers in the global warming theory would call this misleading at best.  "The vast majority of the world's scientists" don't even work on climate.  Among those scientists who do, "the vast majority" DO NOT claim "we have just ten years to avert a major catastrophe."

A Skeptic's Guide to 'An Inconvenient Truth':  An Inconvenient Truth (AIT), Vice President Al Gore's book on "The planetary emergency of global warming and what can be done about it," is not the non-partisan, non-ideological exposition of climate science and moral common-sense that it purports to be.  Rather, AIT is a colorfully illustrated lawyer's brief for global warming alarmism and energy rationing.

Scientists:  Gore Goes Too Far in 'An Inconvenient Truth'.  Several experts on climate change, including both proponents and skeptics of the man-made global warming theory, question former Vice President Al Gore's assertions in his Academy Award-winning documentary film "An Inconvenient Truth."

Al Gore's "An Inconvenient Truth":  One-sided, Misleading, Exaggerated, Speculative, WrongAn Inconvenient Truth, former Vice President Al Gore's book on "The planetary emergency of global warming and what can be done about it," purports to be a non-partisan, non-ideological exposition of climate science and moral common sense.  In reality, An Inconvenient Truth is a colorfully illustrated lawyer's brief for global warming alarmism and energy rationing. It is a J'Accuse hurled at fossil fuel energy-based civilization, especially the United States, and above all the Bush Administration and its purported allies in the U.S. oil and auto industries.

A Convenient Fiction:  Steve Hayward's rebuttal to "An Inconvenient Truth" won't thrill either the environmental crowd or Hollywood's liberal elite. … Hayward, as a global warming skeptic, has an advantage over [Al] Gore.  Unlike Gore, he is calm and reasonable, avoids hyperbole, and sticks to the facts, some of which are confusing or contradictory.  The result is that he is closer to what he calls "the general consensus" among scientists about global warming than Gore is.

Inconvenient truths:  The largest single factor driving the debate on global warming is the Al Gore film An Inconvenient Truth.  The movie has been marketed as a scientific documentary, but in fact it is an artful and deceptive propaganda film.  The claims made in An Inconvenient Truth are either wrong, disingenuous, or misleading.

Global Warming Skepticism:  In all honesty, though, there was artistic merit to the Gore film.  It was, for instance, remarkably effective at humanizing Gore.  As a politician he was long seen as wooden and almost sterile, unable to relate to the average person.  This was reinforced by his two terms as Bill Clinton's vice president, a role that relegated him to the position of sidekick to the more affable — and important — president.  But An Inconvenient Truth challenged that perception.

Will Al Gore Melt?  If not, why did he chicken out on an interview?  Mr. Gore's is a convenient story, but isn't it against the facts?  He considers Antarctica the canary in the mine, but again doesn't tell the full story.  He presents pictures from the 2% of Antarctica that is dramatically warming and ignores the 98% that has largely cooled over the past 35 years.  The U.N. panel estimates that Antarctica will actually increase its snow mass this century.  Similarly, Mr. Gore points to shrinking sea ice in the Northern Hemisphere, but don't mention that sea ice in the Southern Hemisphere is increasing.  Shouldn't we hear those facts?

An Inaccurate Depiction of the State of Global Warming Science.  Throughout the film Gore displays his passion for the global warming issue, and it is obvious that he has dedicated a substantial amount of time to learning about climate change and the greenhouse effect.  This leads to an obvious question.  The Kyoto Protocol was negotiated in December of 1997 giving the Clinton-Gore administration more than three years to present the Protocol to the United States Senate for ratification.  Given Gore's position in the senate and his knowledge and passion for global warming, one must wonder why then Vice President Gore did not seize on what appears to have been an opportunity of a lifetime?

Propagandists shouldn't throw stones.  Scientists have shown that nearly every assertion in Al Gore's film "An Inconvenient Truth" is false, and yet Gore has the nerve to call opposing facts "propaganda."

Inconvenient Truths:  Novel science fiction on global warming.  Al Gore will probably win an Academy Award for his global-warming documentary An Inconvenient Truth, a riveting work of science fiction.  The main point of the movie is that, unless we do something very serious, very soon about carbon dioxide emissions, much of Greenland's 630,000 cubic miles of ice is going to fall into the ocean, raising sea levels over twenty feet by the year 2100.  Where's the scientific support for this claim?

Top Ten Junk Science Moments for 2006.  Al Gore whipped the world into a global warming frenzy with his doomsday documentary, "An Inconvenient Truth."  [Steve] Milloy personally asked Mr. Gore to help arrange a debate between scientists about the purported climate catastrophe.  He declined (twice) without explanation — leaving me to wonder why global warming alarmists are unwilling to explain why they believe in non-validated and always-wrong computer guess-timations of future climate change rather than actual temperature measurements and greenhouse-effect physics that indicate manmade emissions of greenhouse gases are not a problem.

Global Warming:  Fact, Fiction and Political Endgame.  [Al Gore,] the doughy darling of Leftcoast glitterati has received two Oscar nominations for a junk-science production called "An Inconvenient Truth," a pseudo-documentary born of the wildly improbable pop film "The Day After Tomorrow."  Gore's "Truth," however, is even stranger than the Hollywood fiction that inspired it.  The celebration of Gore's film coincides, not coincidentally, with the much-ballyhooed release of a media summary of a report on global warming by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.  These two events will serve as a fine backdrop for the coming cavalcade of dire ecological predictions by Gore and his ilk.  Their goal will be to saturate the all-too-sympathetic media outlets with apocalyptic hysterics about a man-made global disaster.

It's good sense to avoid consensus on global warming.  As it came to be watched by qualified persons, devastating critiques of the looseness of the film's science began to appear on the internet.  More than 20 basic errors, some of them schoolboy howlers, were identified.  From his film, Gore seemed to have lived his life on an imaginary planet where natural change didn't exist, and all change was anyway morally bad.

Save the Environment -- from school dunce Al Gore.  If Al Gore were in Professor Tim Ball's classroom, he wouldn't be bringing his Report Card home.  Gore's Oscar-winning film, An Inconvenient Truth will return to class when youngsters return to school next month.  "They are showing his film in schools when I would give it an F even as a Grade X assignment," says climatologist Ball.

The Virtues of Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide:  Al Gore's movie, "An Inconvenient Truth," includes some very remarkable revelations including:
  1.  A "computer calculated" temperature prediction curve with predictions beginning in 1938 — when neither Al Gore nor the computer had yet been invented.
  2.  Photos of South Sea islanders being washed from their islands by rising seas — sea level having risen 3 inches during the past 50 years.
  3.  Drawings of species driven to extinction by human use of hydrocarbons — including the Wooly Mammoth, which has been gone from the Earth for thousands of years.
  4.  A little girl's ice cream cone melting before she can eat it — as a result of the current 0.5° centigrade per century increase in temperature.

CNN Meteorologist:  'Definitely Some Inaccuracies' in Gore Film.  CNN Meteorologist Rob Marciano clapped his hands and exclaimed, "Finally," in response to a report that a British judge might ban the movie "An Inconvenient Truth" from UK schools because, according to "American Morning," "it is politically biased and contains scientific inaccuracies."

Which Came First:  Global Warming or Al Gore?  A British court, with the help of government experts, recently found that Gore's "acclaimed" documentary "An Inconvenient Truth" contained a number of inconvenient inaccuracies, including:
  •  The film's misleading suggestion that ice core evidence "proves" that rising CO2 levels caused temperature increases over 650,000 years.  (CO2 levels actually lag temperature increases by 800-2,000 years.)
  •  The implication that Hurricane Katrina is attributable to global warming.  (It's not possible to attribute one-time events to global warming.)
  •  The claim that global warming was the cause of a great number of polar bears drowning.  (Apparently Gore misread the study: four polar bears drowned due to a particularly violent storm.)

Gorgeous Propaganda, Frightening Truth.  All of the events pictured in this movie have been occurring since before human activities could possibly have caused them.  Glaciers have calved into seas for millions of years, storms obviously predate modern civilization and our emissions, and real-life polar bears know better than to head out into open water during the Arctic summer.

James Bowman Reviews "An Inconvenient Truth":  It's true that I am a natural skeptic about prophecies of doom from scientists and other experts.  And if the media buy into these prophecies and make them the subject of endless scare stories — as they did about "the population explosion" some years ago, before it became clear that it would be population implosion we had to worry about — I am even more likely to set my face against them.  But the real clincher, I don't mind telling you, and the thing that is sure to persuade me there is nothing to worry about, is the presence of Al Gore as the pitchman for the apocalypse.

UKIP would ban Al Gore film in schools.  Global warming 'propaganda' like the Al Gore film Inconvenient Truth will be banned in schools and public authorities will not be allowed to spend money on climate change initiatives.

Al Gore's Poison.  Wednesday [8/1/2010], a gun wielding, bomb toting, eco-terrorist — who claimed to have been "awakened" by Al Gore's Oscar winning film, An Inconvenient Truth  — was shot and killed by police after holding several people hostage inside the Discovery Channel headquarters in Maryland.  Sadly, it's not the first incident of someone going berserk after taking in Gore's work.

More information about "An Inconvenient Truth" being shown in schools can be found here.

Reviews of other leftist propaganda films can be found here.

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