Tennessee Sons of Liberty
November 9, 2009
“Radio talk show host and columnist Phil Valentine, who says global warming doesn’t exist and is a critic of Gore, was hanging around the edges of the crowd hoping for an interview, along with some others who agree with Valentine’s view.
“You’re a traitor,” Matt Gulliver, 30, called out toward Gore, who was seated, signing books.
Gulliver said he was a Ron Paul supporter with a group called We Are Change and thought global warming was a hoax perpetrated by governments and large corporations.”
What the Tennessean failed to do was give the ‘hecklers’ proper perspective and credit in the above links. We were very respectful and took time to debate those Obama and Gore supporters who were present.
I was simply exercising my Constitutional Rights to free speech and public assembly. I witnessed an Al Gore handler repeatedly tell Phil Valentine that Al Gore did not have time for an interview. I then debated an Al Gore supporter on the hypocrisy of Gore and the potential billions he stands to make off of the investments made in the Kleiner Perkins firm.
I also asked why Al Gore, the former Vice President, and Nobel Peace Prize Winner, remained silent during the cluster bombings of Serbia, Kosavo, and Afghanistan. The use of cluster bombs are forbidden under the Geneva Convention and attacking a country that was not attacking the USA and without a Congressional Declaration of War is both illegal and immoral. Needless to say the Global Gore Supporter had no rhetoric that could challenge his negligence to speak out against the unnecessary acts of aggression performed by the Clinton/Gore Administration, not to mention the murderous/poisonous effects of cluster bombs on human beings and the Earth.
Al Gore is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Club of Rome. Both are strange/secretive/elitist groups which have publicly stated their goals are to destroy American Sovereignty in order to make the world a safer place. Please carefully read these quotes from the groups that our fellow Tennessean is a proud member of:
“The common enemy of humanity is man. In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill. …The real enemy then is humanity itself.
Democracy is no longer well suited for the tasks ahead.”—From the Club of Rome’s “The First Global Revolution” p. 71,75 1993
“Globalisation thus implies that sovereignty is not only becoming weaker in reality, but that it needs to become weaker. States would be wise to weaken sovereignty in order to protect themselves, because they cannot insulate themselves from what goes on elsewhere. Sovereignty is no longer a sanctuary.”
-Richard Haass President of Council on Foreign Relations
Al Gore also publicly supports a treaty that would sign away US Sovereignty. He is quoted as saying, “This treaty must be negotiated this year. Not next year. This year.”
Here is a Youtube Video explaining the Copenhagen Treaty:
Not to mention his blatant disregard for energy conservation by running up his electric and gas bills back in 2006…An Al Gore supporter explained that Mr. Gore was a very important man and that is why he needs to take private jets to and from movie premieres and pay ‘carbon credits’ so he can ‘pollute’ as much as he wants…
“The average household in America consumes 10,656 kilowatt-hours (kWh) per year, according to the Department of Energy. In 2006, the Al Gore Household devoured nearly 221,000 kWh—more than 20 times the national average.
In total, Gore paid nearly $30,000 in combined electricity and natural gas bills for his Nashville estate in 2006.”
I was also told by this Al Gore and Obama Supporter…as evidenced by her numerous buttons and stickers emblazoned on her shirt, that the Constitution was outdated and was only meant for the early Colonial Times. She felt that America had to be the ‘World Police’ and that the Earth would crumble without our membership in the United Nations.
Before I left the fiasco, I spoke with a young man of Iranian descent. He also was an Al Gore supporter but politely took one of my fliers. As we began to argue on the inconsististies of Global Warming and Al Gore’s Agenda, I noticed he began to listen. His face relaxed and his stance softened. He asked me about my Ron Paul hat and why being a member of the United Nations was a bad thing. As we talked through unjust American Imperialism and our occupying forces of 700 Military Bases in 130 countries I began to see him as a brother and a fellow American. The more we talked the more we had in common. I become emotional as I explained that I did not want America to invade Iran and continue in the Orwellian tradition of Endless War as initated by George W. Bush and unashamedly continued and enhanced under Obama.
I went there to let Al Gore know he did not represent me or other rational and Constitutionally minded Tennesseans. I was nervous and hesistant while sharing fliers and talking with Gore supporters. I am not a gifted debator nor do I have a degree in Politcal Science. But as I spoke and shared the principles penned by our Founding Fathers two hundred or so years ago I found courage to continue. After meeting and befriending the young Iranian American man I felt energized and refreshed by the concepts of liberty and sovereignty we discussed.
I believe his name was Amir. I will remember him and our conversation as I continue to study the Constitution and American History.
This article was posted: Monday, November 9, 2009 at 1:16 pm