Skip to comments.UKIP would ban Al Gore film in schools
Posted on 02/25/2010 11:19:41 AM PST by StACase
Al Gore's global warming film would be banned in schools under plans by the UK Independence Party (UKIP) to court the climate sceptic vote.
(Excerpt) Read more at telegraph.co.uk ...
I think that there will soon be class action law suits filed by the investors against frauds like Gore and others who promoted this scam.
So they haven’t been showing the film in class and treating it as a fact? oh.
Which "House" would that be?
I already know the answer. I just want to see if you do as opposed to a lie by omission.
I think its House Bill 4530 (or 4350) which masquerades as an “anti-descrimination bill” but would give the federal government the power to MANDATE the “queering of elementary education” as the book Kevin Jennings wrote the forward to it titled.
Sexualizing kids from kindergarten... BRAINWASHING them into perversion. The freaks are running the country.
If kids find out it is banned, they will want to see it all the more. Better not to ban it, but if somebody is showing it, have companion materials ready, pointing out the flaws and hyperbole.
Well 4530 is a four year old bill to rename a courthouse in Kentucky. 4350 is the “Fallen Heroes Family Act”. There is a bill like you describe in the Iowa House (that hasn’t even gotten through committee), but let me know when you get your facts straight.
SnoreGore’s Documentary isn’t that bad.. the only DOCUMENTARY actually BETTER is ...
“THIS IS... SPINAL TAP”
“I think it should be exposed and debated.”
Depends on what age group you are talking about. Also, considering the liberal bias the teachers union has I don’t think political agendas should be allowed.
I’m just happy to know there’s such a thing as the “climate skeptic vote”.
I like the UKIP.
Thank you for the link. I read it. It sucks.
I agree. It would be an excellent lesson on what science isn't.
That would be great idea.
I seriously hope that UKIP does very well during the next election, and I, also, seriously hope that UKIP asap becomes one of the top political players in all of UK politics!
What role does a science fiction movie play reading, writing and arithmatic?
Maybe a definition of what the ban means is in order. They should ban teaching/showing the movie as truth. But if a kids brings it to school on his ipod and watches it during lunch for a few laughs...then that is ok. But public money should not be used to show the movie.
I don’t have a problem with banning things that are blatant lies.
But the schools have no business showing this anyway. If the kids want to see it, they can see it at home.
How about schools just get back to focusing on teaching kids to read and write and figure.
They don’t need to see videos in school.
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