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Uploaded on Nov 7, 2007
ONLY Fox News ("fair and unafraid") reports on Al Gore's fraud and awards from politically suspect organizations that value propaganda above truth:
"Retired climatologist Timothy Bowl tells Cybercast News Service that Gore movie 'An Inconvenient Truth' is a wonderful piece of propaganda that relies on visual imagery and gimmickry. Earlier this week a British judge ruled that the movie had at least nine major errors and could not be shown to students without balancing information. Thursday, the BBC alleged that the Gore knew his movie presented false facts but was afraid any uncertainty would fuel global warming skeptics. 'JunkScience.com' publisher Steve Milloy says if that's true, 'Gore should win the Nobel prize for propaganda'. And Czech President Vaklav Klauss says he is surprised Gore would get a peace prize, noting 'the relationship between his activities and world peace is unclear and indistinct'."
"Meanwhile, a conservative think-tank in New Zealand wants Hollywood to strip Gore's movie of it's Oscar. The West Australian newspaper reports the New Zealand Center For Political Research has written to the president of the group that produces the Academy Awards, contending that the alleged scientific errors in the movie disqualify it for the best documentary award. The president of the group says the situation is similar to when championship athletes are found to be on steroids of other drugs and their victories and medals are nullified."