Thursday, September 02, 2010

Blood and Gore at Discovery

Al Gore has blood on his hands.

'Al Gore made me do it' was the excuse James Jay Lee used for holding 1900 Discovery Channel workers hostage threatening their lives with firearms and bombs. Lee said at a 2008 protest stunt that he had experienced an "awakening" while watching former VP Al Gore’s environmental comedy "An Inconvenient Truth."
"Nothing is more important than saving ... the Lions, Tigers, Giraffes, Elephants, Froggies, Turtles, Apes, Raccoons, Beetles, Ants, Sharks, Bears, and, of course, the Squirrels. [Oh, my!] The humans? The planet does not need humans."
Also in the building is the Discovery Kids Place day care center. Lee had an opinion of children, too.
Saving the Planet means saving what's left of the non-human Wildlife by decreasing the Human population. That means stopping the human race from breeding any more disgusting human babies!"
Team Gore eco-terrorist Lee was shot dead before he could do any more damage than Al Gore has done. Fortunately, innocents were not killed ... this time. But, that's the problem with unintended consequences - at some point a well intentioned Gore hound is going to injure or kill people in the name of saving lives. And no one can know when does the killing becomes intentional -we had to destroy the planet in order to save it sort of thinking.

The life of Indigo Red is full of adventure. Tune in next time for the Further Adventures of Indigo Red.


dcat said...

More of these al gore zombies need to get popped before real citizens get hurt!!!

Mike's America said...

Great headline! I wish I had thought of that.

Anonymous said...

I have to admit that Gore has caused me to have some dark thoughts too. Don

Louise said...

Why should humans be any different than all those other animals. If there really does become too many of us, Mother Nature will take care of it, like she always does. Starvation's a bugger, but it does cull the herd.

Indigo Red said...

With the grain crop failures and damage in acrossed the food producing countries, and the replacment of food crop acreage with 'green fuels' has already led to food shortages. The world's cereal grain demand this year is 20 metric tons greatly than the supply. Ruusia has stopped all wheat and barley exports, Canada's wheat crop has been decreased from weather damage, America's cereal crops have been replaced with soy and fuel corn; Mozambque,where food riots broke out several days ago, grows only 30% of their own wheat of which 60% has failed from cold and drought, and Pakistani rice has been wiped out by floods.

A real food fight is coming unless the planet has spectacular bumper crops in the next couple of years. Unfortunatly, that will only increase the number of people to feed leading to ever greater food disparities and survival competition. Left-overs begin to look pretty good to those who trash what remains uneaten after a meal.