Al Gore Beats Out Woman Who Saved 2500 Children During Holocaust for Peace Prize

Finally the world has it’s priorities straight. Al Gore’s movie which has made millions of dollars and is being used to start a billion dollar a year green industry is much more important than the story of a Catholic social worker who rescued thousands of children from the Warsaw ghetto and the Nazi death camps they were destined for:

Eight years ago, in a tiny southeast Kansas town, four girls had a goal: Tell the story of a woman who saved 2,500 children during the Holocaust.

Maybe, through their high school history project, these students could do Irena Sendler’s story justice.

But no one in Uniontown, Kan., could have imagined how far the 10-minute play they would write and perform would take them.

Or that they’d find themselves so eager for Friday morning when, in Oslo, Norway, the Nobel Peace Prize winner will be announced. Observers focus on a handful of finalists: Al Gore, Canadian environmentalist Sheila Watt-Cloutier, Bolivian President Evo Morales.

And Irena Sendler.

“Our goal all along was to share her story with the world,” said Megan Stewart-Felt, one of the original students who created the play, “Life in a Jar,” based on Sendler’s story. “I just feel like God has led this every step it’s needed to go. We’d get to a place where we’d realize, ‘Wow, this is changing people’s lives. It can’t get any bigger.’

“Then it blows up again.”

The explosion this time surrounds the Nobel nomination. This year, 135 individuals and 46 groups are nominated. The nominations are confidential.

But those who submit names often announce them. In Sendler’s case, the president of Poland and the prime minister of Israel nominated the 97-year-old woman, who lives in a Warsaw nursing home and still communicates with the Kansas girls.

She sounds like a wonderful woman, much more deserving than the star of a documentary and certainly more deserving than Evo Morales, the man turning Bolivia into a Venezuelan client state and launching pad for the next world war. Of course we all know what the Nobel committee considers important to world peace:

The Norwegian Nobel Committee has decided that the Nobel Peace Prize for 2007 is to be shared, in two equal parts, between the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and Albert Arnold (Al) Gore Jr. for their efforts to build up and disseminate greater knowledge about man-made climate change, and to lay the foundations for the measures that are needed to counteract such change.

Indications of changes in the earth’s future climate must be treated with the utmost seriousness, and with the precautionary principle uppermost in our minds. Extensive climate changes may alter and threaten the living conditions of much of mankind. They may induce large-scale migration and lead to greater competition for the earth’s resources. Such changes will place particularly heavy burdens on the world’s most vulnerable countries. There may be increased danger of violent conflicts and wars, within and between states.

Tortured logic? Certainly. But par for the course on the left these days. Global Warming will cause more wars in the future, not Jihadism, resurgent communism or the Balkanization of western countries. And thus a woman like Irena Sendler is ignored for a heroic stand against totalitarianism as the new excuse for decades of totalitarian “fixes” to climate change becomes the divine law of the left with the coronation of their new pope.

The fact that the kids she saved were Jews no doubt played into the decision I’m sure, 2500 future Zionists who were being a pain in the neck to that nice Hitler fellow don’t carry much weight against the sci-fi inspired doomsday fantasy of baby boomers.

And the fact that this was the one chance for this woman would get recognition for heroism before she dies… who cares baby, we’ve got a planet to save. Possibly by raising taxes and planned rolling blackouts.

Gutfeld agrees.

via Hot Air Gore revels in his new found glory:

Look a re-invigorated Tipper Gore, that’ll go well.

h/t Sheepdog’s Blog

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