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Monday, 15 October 2007

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Santa DOES exist, and Hitler was a misunderstood visionary

A British window cleaner, Sir Alfred Garnet, who formed the neo-Nazi party Xyclon B, has successfully challenged Al Gore in the British high courts over gross inaccuracies in his self-promotional video An Inconvenient Truth.

Gore's propaganda film contains many downright lies which have been fed to British children as truth while they should be learning at school.

Gore claims in his film that melting ice caps caused Santa Claus to drown, and there is now no Santa. What is it about Al Gore that makes him so dislikeable? First of all he's telling children that polar bears have drowned due to global warming, a patent lie. Then he's telling them there is no Santa. Surely British children should be allowed to retain their innocence throughout their childhood instead of having it robbed for political purposes by big bad grumpy Mr Gore.

The British high courts have forced the British government to produce guidance notes that will accompany Gore's film stating that Santa does exist, and that there is a tooth fairy.

If your child has been traumatized by Al Gore's claim that Santa is dead, please contact us.

Links: The Times On Al Gore

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