Al Gore’s $6,000 a Minute Speech to Save the Earth
Those who say it is going to be
expensive to save Mother Earth were not kidding. At this point maybe
Mother Earth can’t afford Al Gore. If he was so interested in saving
the Earth why charge six thousand dollars a minute to do it? We at
miamipress have assembled a quote from honorary member of N.U.T.S.
The Neuron University of Technology Studies.
Ignorance and shame “One of the
saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long
enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no
longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured
us. It is simply too painful to acknowledge — even to ourselves — that
we’ve been so credulous.”
Al Gore has come under fire for making personal gain from his mission to save the planet – after charging £3,300 a minute to deliver a poorly received speech. The former American Vice-President was also accused of being “precious” at the London event, demanding his own VIP room and ejecting journalists, despite hopes the star-studded gathering would generate publicity for the fight against global warming.
Many of the audience at last month’s Fortune Forum summit were restless as Mr Gore, who has won both a Nobel Peace Prize and an Oscar for his campaigning work this year, delivered the half-hour speech that netted him £100,000.
The glittering fundraiser was held in The Royal Courts of Justice and attracted world leaders, entrepreneurs and celebrity activists including Bob Geldof, Darryl Hannah and Jerry Hall, who was there as “a Special Ambassador of The Alliance for a New Humanity”. Guests had paid between £1,000 and £50,000 to attend.
But a source told The Mail on Sunday: “Many guests looked tired and began to talk among themselves during his speech. Heads began to twitch with tiredness.
“Al uses his position for great personal gain. He goes from event to event delivering a similar speech, earning a large fee, and a lot of the time he doesn’t actually inform the audience.
“He refused to speak to journalists and security would usher away VIP guests and the Press.
“He was being very precious and demanded his own VIP room before the event, where he held his own exclusive reception.
“The other guests were cut off. It was very clear that many guests were disappointed by this.”
conclusion that Al Gore charging $6,000 dollars a minute for a speech
totally undermines his message and shows the person who his profiting
more than any is the one spreading fear. He resembles those who profit
from the fear of terror.