What does the last High Priest of a failed religion do as the walls of the temple are crumbling all around him, and the people are in revolt? Why, simply hold your remaining sycophants tight, and call security to forcibly remove the nonbelievers.
Classic confrontation from We Are Change Chicago:
First up was Saad Ali. As he approached Gore, he peacefully and respectably asked, “Sir, can you comment on the emails and documents that were hacked [ClimateGate] that reveal… that the research was a fraud and that it was all manipulated?” Gore, with an evil smirk, claimed that “he never read them.” By the look on his face and his stutter, it became quite clear that Gore was extremely uncomfortable with the question, so he quickly glared towards his security. The agents grabbed and assaulted Saad, escorting him away from Gore for merely asking a simple question.
Following Saad’s confrontation, Sati Word, a member of WAC Chicago, questioned Gore on why the IPCC hasn’t released any reports on sunspot activity. However, before he could get an answer from Gore, security grabbed Sati and escorted him out of the building.
Read it all, it's a great story of citizen rebellion against the elite. I stopped to pause and think over the last line:
Activists were inside asking questions and demanding answers; the world is waking up, it’s a great time to be alive.
And do you know what? It is. To be part of a rebellion - a peaceful one, one of contrasting ideas and ideology that is playing out on a grand stage, complete with a crumbling media desperate to force a narrative down the people's throat - is absolutely exhilarating.