16 Responses to Lord Monckton adresses a Greenpeace-campaigner on global warming

  1. Stefcho December 15, 2009 at 4:57 pm #

    Great video, but who can blame the woman… she – like all of us – has been misled by our politicians, mass media and NGOs. Now, more than ever, we need real science; science with neutrality and respect for facts as they are found (not as a political agenda dictates).

    • Dan McGrath December 16, 2009 at 9:27 am #

      I give her credit for not fleeing. She stood her ground and endured the most polite massacre I’ve ever witnessed.

      • Chris From Windsor December 16, 2009 at 1:39 pm #

        “the most polite massacre I’ve ever witnessed”

        That is exactly what would happen to Jones, Mann and Gore if they EVER had the courage to debate the Viscount on Prime Time TV round the world.
        That is what is needed.
        These youtube “clips” are great but we need a “Presidential” style debate heard&watched around the globe.

        Lets face it, this issue could destroy our future.

  2. jt martin December 15, 2009 at 5:48 pm #

    this entry makes me question the news that I have seen on regular television. I just learned that there is more information than a 45 second report. Thank you!

  3. ron from Texas December 15, 2009 at 6:45 pm #

    A well-done interview and I must say that the woman typifies many a person’s response. They’re not interested in actual facts. They are interested in political alignment that relieves them of responsibility. They can feel good about themselves because they believe in Greenpeace or whatever and not have to think about it any more. Like the people who signed a petition to ban dihydrogen monoxide. Signing it made people feel good about themselves. By the way, dihydrogen monoxide is H2O, water.

    • Neil F. AGWD/BSD December 16, 2009 at 10:12 pm #

      You’ve been watching Penn & Teller’s (Show name I can’t say because it’s a swear word) B.S. That was a great show too.
      I agree completely. But, I think it goes a little deeper than just feeling good. I think it makes them feel a sense of rightouseness because they believe they are saving the world. They’re freakin heroes in their minds. And for some it goes even deeper into spirituality, as in the Earth mother Guia religion(s). Those are some whacked out nut cases!

  4. Chris from Windsor December 16, 2009 at 8:52 am #

    I concur, a very well done interview. We need more Christopher Monckton’s in Prime Time to finally put an end to this nonsense.

  5. Peggy McGilligan December 16, 2009 at 1:34 pm #

    Three cheers for Lord Monckton. There’s far more evidence to suggest that pot smoking causes adult onset psychosis, as demonstrated by Al Gore’s delusional poetry, than there is proof that global warming even exists. It takes an IQ greater than one’s shoe size to pen something comparable to poetry, yet in addition to his substantial carbon footprint, Al Gore stands to net billions of US dollars for his global warming scam, upon none of which will he pay taxes.

    In 1971, I first encountered the GLOBAL WARMING CULT. Terry McAuliffe was pushing the fledgling global flooding ideology out of a cleverly named unisex-clothing shop called Hang-Ups, in a converted African American Church, acquired under false pretenses and wittily christened THE ARK, on South Patrick Street, in Alexandria, Virginia. As a live music venue, THE ARK would easily eclipse New York’s already famous Fillmore East, but folded a short time later due to corrupt business practices.

    Although persuasive, the global flooding argument didn’t ring true. I knew that NASA, the military and government agencies did extensive climate research, and said as much. If global warming could melt the polar ice caps and thus cause global flooding by 1976, the alarm should come from the aforementioned sources. Perhaps not coincidentally, by 1976 the Earth’s fossil fuel deposits would also be depleted. It was a grim scenario. Terry McAuliffe, who probably named THE ARK himself, took me aside and explained, when it came to global warming; you couldn’t trust the government.

    As we know, 1976 came and went without a global catastrophe. I still had that $45-dollar pair of striped slacks just like Hillary’s. I don’t know which was worse. I never regretted being booted from the cabal (I was hardly ever in), and never expected to run into Terry or his disciples again, especially decades later in sunny California. Yet there they were on the Central Coast, whistling the same old tune with some major new variations. They’d applied the global warming hysteria to higher education. Like global warming itself, education now became a massive fraud scheme designed to enrich the GLOBAL WARMING CULT. By 1995, The Brethren Of The Coast had grown exponentially. There would be much more to manmade global warming than mere water spotting: http://theseedsof9-11.com

    Ps. If you believe global warming proponent Bill Clinton, and like I mean who doesn’t, he didn’t inhale, now it’s supposed to get colder before it gets warmer.

  6. paul wenum December 16, 2009 at 10:40 pm #


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  7. Frosteetoes December 17, 2009 at 8:45 am #

    Regardless if any global change is occurring, just like anything in our lives, we need to prepare for a worse case scenario. Food, energy, housing, etc,.. Why are these global doomsayers not discussing this and making preparations for the populations world wide? I have no doubt that this whole nonsense is a money scam and some people will make millions from it at someone else expense.

    Bravo to Lord Monckton for a delightful, lively interview and exposing the ignorance of a proponent for the NWO tax.

  8. Wormsnapper December 17, 2009 at 10:08 am #

    She’s one of the deeply concerned sheeple. btw, was she wearing fur? I’m sure Redpeace don’t agree with that, do they?

  9. Chris from Ohio December 17, 2009 at 10:38 am #

    Stefcho says:
    December 15, 2009 at 4:57 pm
    Great video, but who can blame the woman… she – like all of us – has been misled by our politicians, mass media and NGOs. Now, more than ever, we need real science; science with neutrality and respect for facts as they are found (not as a political agenda dictates). [/quote]

    I can blame here for her ignorance. I wish I had woken up sooner. I blame myself. Hope to have more visitors here and at sites like this so things will not continue on the course the “regime” has for the world.

  10. paul wenum December 17, 2009 at 8:56 pm #

    Chris, you are voicing what I hear from people like you and I everyday. “Had I known, I would have…….” That statement is getting louder by the day.

    • Chris from Ohio December 17, 2009 at 10:53 pm #

      I’m not sure of your intended meaning.
      To clarify if need be:
      I blame myself. I reached an age of accountability decades ago. I should have seen at least some of this. There were/are enough clues and my ignorance and selfishness as a citizen have engendered apathy and blindness in me that is now disgusting to me. I am not being “hard on myself” so to speak. I can see what I want to teach my son about seeing the unseen. About discernment of the truth that lies beneath. That is the redeeming feature of my own stupidity for me personally is to have the chance to give my son a better and truthful worldview. we can’t know all but we can learn to “smell a rat” and we can teach other when to smell the rat. Wish I’d have sniffed the air sooner.

  11. paul wenum December 17, 2009 at 11:53 pm #

    Chris, It was not a negative, it was a positive. We, the people, are finally waking up to the fact that there is more going on in the world than what we see on TV, newspapers, the net etc. I, like you, are too busy working. By the time we find out the truth, and never got involved, it may be to late. Let’s hope I’m wrong. As to your child. Teach he/she to always look/read/investigate all sides before making a decision. Questioning decisions that you disagree with has always been the American way. Never forget that. Finally, Chris, we are not “stupid.” We are simply ignorant that means that we just don’t know. Teach your child to find the truth. Will it be pleasant? No! That’s life. I “smell a rat” such as you. The old saying goes “I sense an odor but I cannot put my finger on the source.”

    I think you, I and others have found the “source and we are not happy in what we have found.

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