The following statement, which was previously reported to be fromVP Al Gore, in his book EARTH IN BALANCE, p. 342.
is evidently in error
Refusing to accept the earth as our SACRED MOTHER, these
The statement is consistent with someone who tries to steal elections, works for the crook in the White House, says so many goofy things, and looks like the following, but unless someone advises at email@example.com that this is indeed from his book, it is no longer a valid cite.
Date: Thu, 30 Nov 2000 23:12:24 -0500 From: Dave firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Gore's cash cow: Armand Hammer's Occidental Petroleum
Ever wonder where the Gore family got their millions? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Vice President Al Gore's daughter Karenna Gore, was recently married to Andrew Schiff. Andrew Schiff is a descendant of JACOB SCHIFF. Jacob Schiff was the Jewish New York City banker and traitor to America who financed the communist revolution in Russia in 1917.
Jacob Schiff gave $20 Million Dollars in Gold (worth Five Hundred Million, $500,000,000.00, in 1999 dollars) to LEVI BRAUNSTEIN, also known as Trotsky, and Vladimir Ilich Blanc Ulanyoff, also known as Lenin.
They used this money to turn Russia into a terrifying satanic anti-Christian communist slave state. The communist revolution resulted in a bloody holocaust of over 100 MILLION DEAD CHRISTIANS which no one seems to want to remember or talk about.
Hollywood has never made one movie about this Christian Holocaust. Why? If you want to know more about the history of the communist take over of Russia and the millions who were slaughtered, I urge you to purchase Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's book THE GULAG ARCHIPELAGO.
Vice President Al Gore Jr. is the son of former United States Senator Al Gore Sr, whose major benefactor was Armand Heimer [aka Hammer], who in turn was the son of Dr. Julius Heimer [aka Hammer], founder of the American Communist Party. See article below for more information on the Red Communist sympathizer Armand Hammer.
To this day Al Gore Jr. presents the "prestigious" HAMMER award for Government Efficiency.
AL GORE THEME: "IF I HAD A HAMMER" ----------------------------------
by F.R. Duplantier
If Al Gore Jr. ever becomes President, he'll have to answer some embarrassing questions about the source of his family's wealth. "One of the minor mysteries of American politics has been the source of wealth for the family of Vice President Albert Gore Jr.," observes Joseph Goulden of Accuracy in Media. "When Gore's father was first elected to the House of Representatives in the late 1930s," Goulden continues, "he was an impecunious Tennessee school teacher who eked out extra dollars by playing fiddle at church weddings. But later, as a United States Senator, he lived in the plush Fairfax Hotel on Embassy Row in Washington, and sent his son, Al Jr., to the pricey St. Albans School, the haunt of kids from Social Register families."
In a recent issue of the Washington Inquirer, Goulden summarizes the contents of a new book called Dossier, written by investigative reporter Edward Jay Epstein, which "shows that the senior Gore had a silent partner who for several decades insured that his pockets remained comfortably filled. He was Armand Hammer, the multi-millionaire businessman and oil promoter who apparently collected art and politicians with equal zeal." Goulden notes that Al Gore Sr. was "Hammer's designated door-opener in official Washington." The handsome compensation that Gore Sr. received for his services culminated in a half-a-million-dollars-a-year position with Armand Hammer's oil company, Occidental Petroleum. Al Gore Jr. picked up where his father left off and "put the family's Senate seat at Hammer's service."
Goulden describes Armand Hammer as "one of the odder, more odious characters of American business and politics, 'famous' chiefly because he was rich enough to promote his mammoth ego." He notes that Hammer's carefully and expensively crafted public persona was "that of a renegade oilman who made billions from Libyan oil, chummed around with politicians up to White House level, and adorned acres of galleries with paintings, some priceless, some fakes. Hammer's lawyers bedeviled honest journalists who tried to write otherwise."
Hammer's powerful influence on Al Gore Sr. and Jr. would have been bad enough had he been nothing more than an unscrupulous businessman. Like his father Julius, however, he was a lifelong Communist and a friend of the Soviet Union. "Some scattered hints that Hammer's ties with the USSR went beyond business friendship have surfaced over the years," says Goulden. Documents discovered in Soviet archives, however, leave no doubt that Hammer was "a man who bribed and cheated his way to great wealth -- and who started with Soviet gold."
Edward Jay Epstein's new book, Dossier, makes a compelling case that both Al Gore Sr. and Al Gore Jr. were the willing partners of a very powerful and very wealthy man, Armand Hammer, who was not loyal to the United States of America. A truly independent press would have exposed these connections decades ago, long before Al Gore Sr. and Jr. rose to their prestigious and influential positions.
Jewish NYC banker Jacob Schiff financed the communist revolution giving $20 Million to Lenin & Trotsky.
This story was confirmed by John Schiff, Grandson of Jacob Schiff in an interview with reporter Charlie Knickerbocker and was published in Hearst Newspapers in 1949. The Rothschilds, the Warburgs and other International bankers were the founders of the Tri-lateral Commission, the CFR, The Bilderberger conferences and The United Nations. These international bankers have also financed not only Lenin and Trotsky but also Stalin. See the web site below for more information on this topic.
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AL GORE: IN HIS OWN WORDS
Lying Al: "During my service in the United States Congress, I took the initiative in creating the Internet." (Al Gore, CNN's Late Edition, March 9, 1999)
Know it all Al: "I believe our civilization must be considered in some basic way dysfunctional." (Al Gore, Earth in the Balance, 1993, p. 230)
Bill's favorite Al: "... does a great disservice to a man I believe will be regarded as one of our greatest presidents." (Al Gore, on the House Impeachment vote against Bill Clinton, December 19, 1998, Washington Post)
Fast learner Al: "I'm very familiar with the importance of dairy farming in Wisconsin. I've spent the night on a dairy farm here in Wisconsin. If I'm entrusted with the presidency, you'll have someone who is very familiar with what the Wisconsin dairy industry is all about." (The Washington Post, June 14, 2000)
Zoology ignorant Al: "A zebra does not change its spots." Attacking President George Bush in 1992. (The Toronto Sun, 11/19/95)
Latin ignorant Al: "We can build a collective civic space large enough for all our separate identities, that we can be e pluribus unum -- out of one, many." Except, "E Pluribus Unum" is the motto on the Great Seal of the United States of America, and means, "out of many, one." (January 1994. From a Milwaukee speech to the Institute of World Affairs as quoted in Investor's Business Daily, October 25, 1996.)
Bible Studies ignorant Al: "Speaking from my own religious tradition in this Christmas season, 2,000 years ago a homeless woman gave birth to a homeless child in a manger because the inn was full." (Press Conference at HUD, 12/22/97; George Will column, Sunday May 17 1998)
Active campaigner Al: "I certainly learned a great deal from 3,000 town hall meetings across my home state of Tennessee over a 16-year period" in Congress, Gore told NPR's Bob Edwards. Except, that's 187 town hall meetings per year -- one every other day for 16 years.
Pretending to be honorable Al: "My first pledge will be to restore integrity to the White House. And I'll fire anyone who has lied to the American people or the United States Congress." (Al Gore, in a February 2, 1988 presidential debate)
Tobacco seller Al: "Throughout most of my life, I raised tobacco. I want you to know that with my own hands, all of my life, I put it in the plant beds and transferred it. I've hoed it. I've dug in it. I've sprayed it, I've chopped it, I've shredded it, spiked it, put it in the barn and stripped it and sold it. (Newsday, 2/26/88)
Blind and stupid Al: "I didn't realize I was in a Buddhist temple."
Or, lying to the FBI Al: According to notes of a 1998 interview, he drank a lot of iced tea during meetings about that Buddhist temple fund-raiser, which "could have necessitated a restroom break" and he didn't hear it was a fund-raiser. (New York Times, 3/11/00)
Delusions of grandeur Al: "I was the author of that proposal. I wrote that. ... That is something for which I have been the principal proponent for a long time." (Time Magazine November 1, 1999, on the Earned Income Tax Credit. That became law in 1975, while Al was a newspaper reporter).
The prestidigitator Al: "I am not asking you to read my lips. I'm asking you to read my heart! And watch my feet! And watch the work of my hands!" (To an NAACP meeting, per CBS July 12, 2000)
Totally confused Al: "It's not just about more money. It's about higher standards, accountability - new ideas. But we can't do it without new resources. I will invest far more in our schools -- in the long-run, a second- class education always costs more than a first-class education." (Speech to the Democratic National Convention Aug. 18, 2000)
Compassionate Al: "If I was the parent of a child who went to an inner-city school that was failing, I might be for vouchers, too." (Boston Globe editorial by George F. Will, Aug. 31, 2000)
NEA controlled Al: "And I will not go along with any plan that would drain taxpayer money away from our public schools and give it to private schools in the form of vouchers." (Speech to the Democratic National Convention Aug. 18, 2000)
Do as I say, not as I do Al: "Right now, the science does not show me, or the experts whose judgment I trust, that it is the proper medication for pain and that there are not better alternatives available in every situation," Gore told kids about marijuana at a grade school visit in a low-income neighborhood near downtown Los Angeles. (Ceci Connolly, Washington Post, May 12, 2000)
Big government socialist Al: "I support the elimination of this don't ask-don't tell policy. I helped to pass the toughest new gun control measures in a generation. I believe that we ought to have total license ID's for the purchase of new handguns. I think we ought to ban assault weapons and Saturday night specials and junk guns. I also am committed to the principle of high quality affordable health care for all. And I don't really care what kind of label people apply to those positions and views." (Democratic Debate in Durham, NH Jan 5, 2000)