Pondering the NFL and Al Gore
Chuck Sylvester and I just saw Concussion.
Concussion is a film based on the true story of Dr. Bennet Omalu (played by Will Smith), a forensic pathologist whose scientific findings threw the National Football League (NFL) into a tizzy.
Watching the film, I saw many similarities between Dr. Omalu's journey, and Dr. Willie Soon's.
Dr. Soon "is a leading authority on the relationship between solar phenomena and global climate." (https://www.heartland.org/willie-soon) He has researched and written papers on mercury, polar bears, the sun and more.
Just because his "science" flies in the face of "big business," Dr. Soon, like Dr. Omalu, has been subjected to ugly treats, investigations, bullying, and a whole lot more.
The big business that hammers Willie, and many of his peers including Dr. Richard Lindzen, Dr. Fred Singer, Dr. David Legates and Dr. Jay Lehr, is our own government; a big business that makes the NFL look puny.
Our own government has been royally high jacked by a consortium of private entities including the Federal Reserve, Al Gore, Goldman Sachs, U.S. Treasury, TNC, the Clinton's, and many others. They use town, county, state and federal government as their private corporation.
Why would they pick on Willie?
Well, like Dr. Omalu's findings shed light on football head injuries, Dr. Soon's findings debunk Al Gore's anthropogenic global warming (AGW), aka climate change. The before mentioned private entities use Al's AGW claims, to sustain a scam that spans the globe!
They sure as hell don't want anyone interrupting their mega buck generating formula, so they hush those who dare - and in inhumane ways.
When you see Concussion, know that the formula the NFL used to silence Dr. Omalu, is also used by water thieves, carbon tax promoters, friends of the Federal Reserve and so forth.
I am thankful for individuals like Dr. Omalu and Dr. Soon, for it is through their boundless courage we will be able to expose the wrong doers and stop them...or at the least, slow them down so they don't hurt us so horrifically.