Al Gore Supports Live Earth, But Apparently Not Live Seas


As if Son of Gore wasn’t causing enough embarassment already, now Daughter of Gore is getting fingers wagging. You could say that the Gore kids are giving Al Gore’s family a bad name… Or was the wedding menu all daddy’s planning?

I suppose you could take a close look at Al Gore’s own example and realize that the children simply take after their father’s habits of hypocrisy, environmental rape, self-centredness, misleading dishonest lieing, and upper-class disdain for the rules normal people have to live by.

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Excerpted from The Daily Telegraph, July 18 2007 (by Rebecca Keeble)

Gore’s message loses bite

ONLY one week after Live Earth Gore and his guests at the weekend ceremony dined on Chilean sea bass – arguably one of the world’s most threatened fish species.

Also known as Patagonian toothfish, the species is under pressure from illegal, unregulated and unreported fishing activities in the Southern Ocean, jeopardising the sustainability of remaining stocks.

The species is currently managed by the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Living Marine Resources, the body which introduced a catch and trade documentation scheme as an attempt to tackle illegal poaching of this species.

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UPDATE: According to Telegraph.co.uk, the fish not endangered or illegally caught but had come from ‘one of the world’s few well-managed, sustainable populations of toothfish, and caught and documented in compliance with Marine Stewardship Council regulations’.

But see the second comment from top at here for what effect that would have. Eat one of two pandas, kekeke.


One Response to “Al Gore Supports Live Earth, But Apparently Not Live Seas”

  1. mich Says:

    I think I would agree to the guy who wrote to Glenn Reynold on this incident: at least now we know Chilean Sea bass is an endangered species, thanks to Al Gore 🙂

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