The controversial British peer Lord Christopher Monckton, 3rd Viscount Monckton of Brenchley, is in College Station, TX, home of Texas A&M (gig'em Aggies!) spreading his message of warning against global climate change legislation currently working its way through the United Nations. His words come just as lame-duck British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has warned that unless drastic action is taken in the next 50 days the WORLD WILL DIE! Needless to say, Lord Monckton takes the opposite view and has contrarily warned that the environmentalist movement has been hijacked by communists who exchanged their "red" for "green" and drummed up the global warming hysteria to push their agenda through which would result in a centralized world government, socialist/communist in nature, which would re-distribute wealth from the first world to the third world.
Needless to say, Lord Monckton is not to popular amongst the "mainstream" crowd of today. Aside from dismissing global warming as a hoax he is on the "wrong" side of many other issues as well. In the past the hereditary peer, a Roman Catholic and member of the Knights of St John and the Knights of Malta, has been associated with the Tory "new right", called heterosexual AIDS a "myth" and advocated the mass quarantine of the infected and has been a vocal enemy of British integration into the European Union which he has described as an "atheistic, humanistic government". Most known for his opposition to global warming alarmism, Lord Monckton has pointed out that he is not an enemy of the environment and was friends with some of the founders of the "green" movement but that these people were soon forced out by radical leftists who took the movement over in order to push their political agenda under the cover of environmentalism.
It's nice to see a Tory who's an actual Tory. The British Conservatives in the House of Commons are growing more useless by the day.ReplyDelete
The House of Commons has grown useless. They are nothign but a shrill collection of ideolouges who get seats byt party affiliation and money given by voter blocs, which is why we need the House of Lords to remain unelected, rather than give it "Democratic Legitimacy" and to restor the Hereditary peerage. That way we woudlbt be controled by this sort of mass hysteria or populace madness, nor woudl it be as easy to build a power base from special interests.ReplyDelete
Alas! The Lords will remain impotent and likely become elected.
Lord Monckton certainly sounds far mroe reasonable, though. Lets root for him. Any way I can contact him to offer moral support?
He might have a website or something, I never looked for one. The House of Lords has become totally useless, which is a betrayal of the British constitution and the concept of checks and balances. This is why I harp so much on the fact that no monarchists anywhere can let their guard down, even in countries with monarchies that are considered "safe" the slow chipping away at the monarchial principle exists everywhere and must be opposed, refuted and fought tooth and nail.ReplyDelete