armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / Apr 21, 2017
Critics gave former Vice President Al Gore grief for predicting in An Inconvenient Truth that major cities, including lower Manhattan, would be underwater if severe ice melt occurred. Now Gore is rewriting history to claim his prediction came true in promotion footage of his upcoming film, An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, which debuted at Sundance on January 19th, 2017. Gore is still trying to push his agenda and refuses to engage in any review of his ideas. In this case, his new film calls into question his honesty and self-interested is revising his previous forecasts.
In his 2006 film, Gore warned, “If Greenland broke up and melted or if half of Greenland and half of West Antarctica broke up and melted this is what would happen to the sea level in Florida [animation shown with much of the state underwater].” Immediately following that statement, Gore showed animations of drowning cities and countries: San Francisco, The Netherlands, Beijing, Shanghai, Calcutta and then Manhattan with much of Florida under water.