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Sunday, April 12, 2009

Foster: An Inconvenient Film

Peter Foster via the National Post:

Al Gore is about to feature in a new movie, but he’s not going to like it very much. Titled Not Evil Just Wrong: The True Cost of Global Warming Hysteria, the film presents a devastating account of the shaky foundations and hefty price of Mr. Gore’s brand of self-interested and hypocritical alarmism.

Created by the Irish film making duo of Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney — who made another excellent documentary about the “dark side of environmentalism” called Mine Your Own Business — Not Evil provides the perfect rebuttal to Mr. Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth.

Despite being chock-a-block with inaccuracies and misrepresentations, Mr. Gore’s movie has frightened schoolchildren all over the world, driven the public policy debate, and garnered both an Academy Award and a Nobel Peace Prize for its star.

Not Evil — which is due to be released later this year — will appear at a crucial time. The world’s crisis-beset nations are due to meet in Copenhagen in November to concoct a new policy straitjacket to succeed the meddlesome but utterly failed Kyoto Accord. If global warming's U.N.-based ringmasters have their way, this will lead to a slashing of industrial production in developed countries and to a huge extension of boondoggle redistributionist schemes to fund “green” technologies in developing countries.
Higher taxes, closed factories. Otherwise known as the "green" economy.
More about Not Evil Just Wrong here.

Update: Thanks to Magnus in the comments, here is another video with Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney being interviewed by Sean Hannity on Fox News.


magnus said...

There are two more good Youtube clips on this. I got them here on my blog (sorry if I "spam"). It's an interview (at a snowy AGW rally, and which actually was uploaded by Gristmill on their GristTV Youtube account), and a fox clip from Hannity's show.

Sanity Activism:

Now, send a polite and kind e-mail to your cinema and say ...that there is a film genuinely 100 percent based on humanism which somewhat counter the most alarmistic view on global warming by completely take the bottom up perspective, but also fully considering good science. An intellectual documentary with a very engaging point of view ...BTW presented at the Amsterdam International Documentary Film Festival.

Now, mail the cinema! :) (But I'm Swedish, so spell your stuff in correct English or American ;) )


(Unfortenately, the movie homepage seems to be down...)

(Here's also an article in Irish Times; it mention Al Gore but maybe it's harder to convince a cinema to have the movie if you are too polemic about Gore...?)

A Dog Named Kyoto said...

Thanks Magnus. I had not seen the Hannity video. I'm going to update my post to include it.