Gore’s film ‘sentimental mush’

A father of two has challenged the British government’s decision to provide every secondary school in England with a copy of Al Gore’s documentary, An Inconvenient Truth.

According to the Guardian Unlimited, 45-year-old Stewart Dimmock told London’s High Court that the film about climate change contains “serious inaccuracies, political propaganda and sentimental mush.” Dimmock is supported by the New Party, which decries the political nature of the film but not the science behind global warming.

Efforts to show the film in U.S. schools have reportedly been met in some areas with similar opposition. Earlier this year, a Seattle school board restricted the film after hearing complaints from parents.