segunda-feira, 15 de outubro de 2007

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The Nobel Peace Prize has lost all pretense to objectivity

Truth is definitely stranger than fiction, with Gore and the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change sharing this year’s Nobel Peace Prize. In recent years, the Nobel Committee has shown itself more and more willing to name the Peace prize for political reasons. In awarding Al Gore and the IPCC the Peace Prize, however, the Nobel Committee has lost all pretense to objectivity. Not only are Al Gore and the IPCC shamelessly partisan choices, but also irrelevant ones. Whatever one thinks of their crusade to convince the world of catastrophic, human caused global warming, it has precious little to do with furthering world peace.Gore seems to have anticipated the criticism. In his first statement, he explains: “The climate crisis is not a political issue, it is a moral and spiritual challenge to all of humanity. It is also our greatest opportunity to lift global consciousness to a higher level.” Methinks this issue has much to do with ideology, and little to do with science.

4 comentários:

Sininho disse...

Vejo que o meu amigo também não é fã do personagem...

Sininho disse...

Substitui lá "personagem" por "figurão".

Pedro disse...

Sininho

Figurão?? O tipo é figuraço. Um talento em pessoa.

Pequena Papoila disse...

E, já agora, acrescento: Um grande finório - o homem tem a grande capacidade de induzir aos respectivos sinónimos e adjectivos! :))