Global Warming ambassador Al Gore is finding out that politicians without a cause can make a comeback by hitching their wagon to United Nations Globalists’ crusades, but not without eventually being pressured to take communion. Gore, know for weight gains between political campaigns, is being targeted by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (Peta) for his meat consumption. Because the UN Food and Agriculture Organization claims that animal agriculture is responsible for 18 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions, compared to only 13.5 percent for all transportation methods combined, Peta wants Gore to become more than a convert of convenience to the Green religion; that would mean going vegetarian.
Peta also hitched their wagon to Global Warming when they saw the potential to put political and legislative clout behind their own religious beliefs which hold that animals have the exact same rights as humans, and even more in some cases. For Peta, eating meat is murder, but vegans are not newly arrived with their cakes of flour and meal, and other offerings, to worship the queen of heaven and other gods (Jer 44:19). Worshiping creatures and the host of heaven, or the stars and constellations, and planets is a very old religion (2 Ki 17:16); and it is a mainstay of Satan because a vegetarian diet has the potential to render one more susceptible to demonic possession.
It remains to be seen whether Gore will take the meal cake pledge. Thus far, he has proved unlikely to join the rank-and-file planet worshiping agrarians by altering his transportation style or down-scaling his domicile (as he suggests for others to do), and will probably exempt him self from this latest inconvenient challenge to his opulent lifestyle. If pressure by Peta draws enough press, Gore can be expected to buy off the criticism by trading carbon credits. What are those? It is a currency invented, in part, by wealthy elites to use as penance money to perpetuate their elitists’ lifestyles while dictating to others, less fortunate then them, on how, and what, to worship. It works like this: carbon credits can be purchased from companies that will use the money for projects such as renewable energy and reforestation. Gore can continue to dine on stake guilt free so long as he pays to have a trees planted, or contributes solar paneling to an electric grid somewhere. Such are the lifestyles of the rich and blameless.
(read about it in the Telegraph)
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