Tuesday, September 11, 2007
Klaus vs Gore: newspaper ads
Figure 1: Click to see the full ad. This cute ad will appear several times in the New York Times, the Washington Times, and the Wall Street Journal between tomorrow (in the Washington Times) and October 4th. Other versions of the ad have Chris Horner or Lord Monckton instead of Klaus.
This particular ad says: It is a blue, not green, planet
GLOBAL WARMING IS NOT A CRISIS
"Let us resist the politicization of science and oppose the term 'scientific consensus,' which is always achieved by a loud minority, never by a silent majority." ... Václav Klaus
FOR: Václav Klaus (picture), President of the Czech Republic, 2003-present, author, Blue, Not Green, Planet
AGAINST: Al Gore (picture), vice-president of the US, 1993-2001, author, An Inconvenient Truth
To learn more about the facts of global warming, please visit heartland.org
The following organizations support Václav Klaus' position on global warming: (a list of 15 think tanks follows)
The Heartland Institute, located in Chicago, invested about USD 1 million to the campaign. The money is paid from the pockets of the supporters which doesn't include oil companies. Václav Klaus agreed that his face and quote may be used for free.
On Monday, September 24th, you may want to try to find out what Prof Klaus talks about in the United Nations. Those who read the U.S. newspapers will hopefully be informed about the talk in advance. ;-)
See also the Czech Press Agency.