Conspiracy! Turning 911 Truth to Climate Denial

Alex Smith of Radio Ecoshock, from Jan. 2010.

How the 911 Truth movement was spun by right-wing radio into anti-science. A review of rant media. Plus: UK author of “Confessions of an Eco-Sinner” & “Last Generation”, Fred Pearce.

19 Comments on "Conspiracy! Turning 911 Truth to Climate Denial"

  1. I wonder if there are any Disinfo regulars who have bought this bait and switch?

  2. Tchoutoye | Feb 29, 2012 at 5:18 pm |

    A month too soon for the April Fools article.

  3. Disinfodotcomspreadsdisinfo | Feb 29, 2012 at 5:40 pm |

    haha this is amazing… climate denial!!! lol ahh the editors at disinfo have really been pushing anthropogenic global warming hard the last couple years. al gore lackeys. pay your carbon tax or we comin fo dat ass.

  4. Wadester10 | Feb 29, 2012 at 7:28 pm |

     The debate is over, global warming is a lie and 911 is a lie.

  5. It’s been suggested before on here that Alex Jones is a misinformation agent, and I would like to suggest this again.  It suits the elites very well to have these legitimate “conspiracy theories” mixed up with all the other obviously lunatic junk ie Illuminati, we didn’t land on the moon, etc.

  6. I’m not sure a lot of people saw that video of Al Gore sitting in front of state legislation being questioned about his creating a corporation with Exxon CEO/ Goldman Sachs  Ken Lay to trade carbon credits. His plan calls for an export of jobs to China where the Co2 would still be created, just on the other side of the world. His response was ” er uh — I don’t know”. Being the founder of a corporation is kind of a big deal. You don’t KNOW if you created a company?

    Climate Change is kind of a redundant statement. the climate DOES change. Its no longer called global warming because the science doesn’t support that. Co2 doesn’t drive temperature, its follows it.  Its a trace gas. This is all based on a the assumption that we’ve got more parts per million of co2 than we did in the past. When it doesn’t account for the Midevil warm period where we had a whopping 750 er so parts per million. that PRE-industrial revolution. It’s just a means to collect new taxes for breathing.

    • > It’s just a means to collect new taxes for breathing.

      That’s ridiculous.

  7. 9/11 truth ≠ Carbon Con Crusaders. 

  8. Sorry its actually David Blood of Goldman Sachs + Al Gore ‘s company. Ken Lay helped make the plan. Its a 3 man con.

  9. Alex Smith should stick to the global warming debate. I do not care for Alex Jones at all (Jones assumes his assertions as admitted to by the crap MSM way too much, when the ‘admission’ never happened, and is a fear monger control freak (destroys ‘rivals’) when it comes to so-called patriot radio), BUT Smith is an ill-informed rube when it comes to debasement of currency (ie his drone-like bashing of gold)- notice that the prices that Ted Anderson was quoting(who is far from the lowest price, btw) are HALF what gold is now, and that is only 2 or 3 years ago. Gold is simply a wealth preservation tool against fiat currency debasement via inflationary printing. 

    Gold has increased in price by DOUBLE digits for 10 straight years. Can you say the same of the NASDAQ? The Dow? The S&P? The US dollar? US Treasuries? The average US IRA? LOL! How about your paycheck? How about the value of the average American house? Not so funny, now, eh? In 1970, the average US car cost $3900 and it took 114 ounces of gold to buy. In 2012, that same car is around $29,000 yet takes less than 17 ounces of gold to buy. Hello dollar debasement!

    Also, Alex Smith really betrays his ignorance on Canada, as the Queens representative HAS suspended the Canadian Parliament several times in the last 5 years alone. See this for just one exmple: . Alex Smith, Alex Jones, both smarmy know-it-all Blowhards. Come on Disinfo! YOU CAN DO BETTER than this bollocks!!!! ffs

    • Your faith in gold isn’t “drone-like” — closed to counter arguments and facts — is it?

      • Nice strawman arguement, scarecrow. I NEVER said a thing about a gold standard (that is what your link attacks). I simply pointed out that knee-jerk bashing of a viable store of wealth is foolish, and usually signals an agenda filled with dreams of unlimited fiat printing and futile attempts to link an ‘untoward motive’ to anyone who simply points out its rate of return vis-a-vis the very things I compared in my original post. I find that you appear to fall into the latter category.

        But, thanks for playing!

        Your parting gift is a real rate of US dollar inflation (not the Fed’s hedonically adjusted, twisted-to-within-an-inch-of-its-life false blather) that is at least 7% to 8% per annum, based on the two QE programmes , secret bailouts to bail out zombie banksters, ZIRP, Operation Twist, and the euro-dollar swap lines of credit that The Chairsatan Bernank has tumbled down onto the petrol-dollar world over the last 4 years.

        How’s that soon to be $5 dollar US a gallon gas working for ya?

        What IF Iran is empirically attacked by the US/UK/NATO/BANKSTER alliance? 5 dollars/gallon will be a dream. BTW, petrol, when priced in grammes of gold is near an ALL-TIME LOW.


        • Jeez, get defensive much?  I don’t support unlimited fiat printing, and especially not the Fed’s debt-as-money insanity, but gold works as a “store” of “value” by agreement, just like dollar bills do.

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