You know when someone wins an argument, it obvious, the opponents instead of continuing to argue their case they instead attempt to shut their antagonist up.
As reported on info-wars: http://www.infowars.com/lord-monckton-told-hes-not-member-of-house-of-lords/
“The House of Lords is attempting to remove Lord Monckton of his title”. I wonder if he has been too successful in presenting truthful evidence in defiance of the Bilderberg elitist Al Gore (Nov. 4-5 1999) et al to meet the Lord’s challenge of a live debate on the medias favorite issue – Global Warming.
It is believed that the Bilderberg elite group has tasked their members with pushing through carbon tax in their members respective countries, and New Zealand is being used as a pilot scheme to raise funds for the erstwhile secret groups coffers.
Given the on set of ETS it is some good luck the good citizens of the city of Wellington will be able to soon hear Lord Monckton in for them selves, in his up coming New Zealand tour (UPDATE: Friday 5th August will find him in Wellington at a Parliamentary Press conference in the morning. There will be a public event at lunchtime in Welington, also organised by PRINZ.)
Alex Moris of http://fraudulentclimate.atspace.com/ has this to say about the recent attempts to smear the real and Right Honourable Lord Monckton: “The fact is that the House of Lords has been bombarded with hate letters and complaints, and many of those complaints are coming from the US Senators or their lackeys, who are upset about Monckton’s stance against the Waxman-Markey Bill, Boxer’s Nonsensical diatribes about CO2, and similar draconian legislation. The reality is that Monckton is the third in a line of hereditary Viscounts of Brenchly. The First Viscount Brenchly, was the Legal Advisor to the Deposed British King, Edward VIII, and Solicitor General of Winston Churchill;s WWII Government. He was awarded the peerage as a second prize, when he was passed over for the job of Chief Justice of England & Wales. This peerage was the last Hereditary peerage awarded in Britain (so far), and Christopher Monckton’s Grandfather, Walter Turner Monckton, was invested by Elisabeth II, the current Monarch, as long ago as 1957.
This is all a bit embarrassing for those Peers who won their “Honours” by robbing and plundering the wealth of the English and Scottish “peasants” and “feudal serfs”, or were awarded simply because they had a bigger sword than you or me, or were friends of William the Conqueror, or whatever. At least Monckton’s peerage has some honour, meaning and substance to it. To denegrate the Viscountcy, is to belittle the achievements of the first Viscount, Lord Walter.”