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RUSH: What have I always told you people? Well, I know, a lot. The global warming hoax is nothing more than a religion. If you look at global warming — Michael Crichton made this point in a brilliant speech about it — if you look at global warming, it has all the elements of every major religion on the planet. It has the creation of the divine; it has original sin; it has the Garden of Eden; it has penance; it has everything. The most important element that it has is faith, because the people who believe in it can’t prove it. So, it is nothing more than a religion for people who have not a whole lot of foundation in their lives. They want their lives to have meaning, so they’re running around and doing these inconsequential things. They’re ‘mattering,’ which everybody wants to do. There have been many incidents of evidence that I am right about this, but perhaps the best one happened yesterday in Davos, Switzerland. The famous rock star Bono of U2 was at the World Economic Forum. This is a portion of his discussion of Algore.

BONO: It’s not even a professorial thing, as has been cited. He’s more as a rabbinical. Or like an Irish priest, you confess your sins. ‘Father Al, I am not just a noise polluter, I am a noise-polluting, diesel-sucking, methane-emitting, gulfstream-flying rock star.’ ‘And what are you going to do about it son? Are you going to kick the habit?’ ‘I’m trying Father Al, but to be honest with you, oil has been very good for me. It’s been very good for me. It’s been very good to me. Those convoys of articulated lorries, petrochemical products, hair gel.’

RUSH: Now, he’s making light of it, but that’s the point, Father Al, Algore, the high priest of the global warming religion.

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