Skip to comments.UK Court Calls Gore Film “Pure Rubbish”
Posted on 10/10/2007 11:14:21 PM PDT by John Semmens
Ignoring the Academy Award won by the film, as well as rumors that former U.S. vice-president Al Gore is in line for a Nobel Peace Prize, a United Kingdom High Court judge said Gores An Inconvenient Truth was assembled by a cretin of minimal understanding and even less sense. The movie has been distributed to more than 3500 schools for children aged 11 to 14 as part of their Climate Change curriculum.
The case reached the court when truck driver and father of two, Stewart Dimmock brought action to ban the film from UK schools. The courts ruling substantially agreed with Dimmocks contention that the film is unfit for schools because it contains scientific inaccuracies, sentimental mush and is politically biased.
Gore called the ruling deplorable and promised that this judge and his ilk will pay a heavy price for their efforts to thwart me when I am named global climate czar next year.
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“”father of two, Stewart Dimmock brought action to ban the film from UK schools. The courts ruling substantially agreed with Dimmocks contention that the film is unfit for schools because it contains scientific inaccuracies, sentimental mush”
Fair enough. Now if only Britain would ban religion from schools as well. We don’t need any of that nonsense either.
John, I really enjoy sharp satire, and you have mixed it so seemlessly with reality, I found myself reading a couple of times and then laughing out loud as I realized you had gone off the rails.
Very humorous, with a bite. Thanks for posting.
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