Climate-Alarmist Gore: 'Middle East Could Become Uninhabitable'

Nick Kangadis | February 17, 2017
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Auntie Em! Auntie Em! It’s a twister! It’s a twister!

Perennial climate alarmist and former Vice President Al Gore spoke at a climate change meeting in Atlanta on Thursday.

Gore warned that if things don’t change that certain parts of the Middle East would eventually become “uninhabitable.”

Gore claimed the following:

This is a relatively new finding, that in some areas of the Middle East and north Africa, there will be, according to the scientific predictions, areas that will no longer be fit for human habitation – beyond the limits for human survival. The holy cities of Mecca and Medina are in this zone. Two years in Iran, the heat index – the combination of temperature and humidity – reached 165 degrees Fahrenheit.

No human being can live for more than a few hours outdoors in those conditions.

Let’s hope that Gore’s “warnings” don’t come true, just like how some of the warnings in his 2006 Academy Award-winning documentary “An Inconvenient Truth” didn’t pan out.

During the overwhelmingly loved by liberals film, Gore said, “Within the decade, there will be no more snows of Kilimanjaro.”

Here is Mount Kilimanjaro today:


A lot of the Middle East is in the desert, but as people have been living in this region for thousands of years, Gore is trying to say that all of a sudden people won’t be able to live there?

Sounds like someone is trying to push the refugee agenda.

I have lived in both colder and warmer climates, and if the weather is too much for someone to handle, just stay inside.

I used to tell people in the warmer climates that never understood how I could take the colder temperatures in the Chicago, “Whether it’s zero degrees up North, or 100 degrees down here, I’m staying inside.”

The weather is going to do what it’s going to do regardless of what we as human beings do here on Earth. To honestly believe that we can reverse or change the climate is naïve and shows just how egotistical human beings can be.