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#0066* – The Mad MONKton is CLEARLY A CHARLATAN & A LIAR.

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 12/08/2010

#0066* – The Mad MONKton is CLEARLY A CHARLATAN & A LIAR.  Clean EUkip up NOW  make UKIP electable! The corruption of some of EUkip’s leadership,  their anti UKIP claque in POWER the NEC is what gives the remaining 10% a bad name!  

The Mad MONKton is CLEARLY A CHARLATAN & A LIAR.
NO DOUBT WHY HE FITS IN WITH UKIP’s LEADERSHIP!

Hi,

we have wasted time on this professional entertainer before and gather he and many a simpleton are much entertained by him.

His ability to learn the lines for his part in the ongoing act that is Christopher Lord Monkton of

Lords distance themselves from climate sceptic Christopher Monckton

House of Lords steps up efforts to make Christopher Monckton stop claiming he is a member of the upper house  
Wednesday 11 August 2010 14.50 BST
The 3rd Viscount Monckton of Brenchley
Christopher Monckton by his home at Carie Loch Rannoch, Scotland. Lord Monckton argues that the House of Lords Act 1999, which excluded hereditary peers from membership of the House of Lords, is ‘defective’. Photograph: Murdo Macleod for the Guardian

The House of Lords has stepped up its efforts to make Christopher Monckton – climate sceptic and deputy leader of the UK Independence party (Ukip) – desist in his repeated claims that he is a member of the upper house. The push comes as Buckingham palace has also been drawn into the affair over his use of a logo similar to parliament’s famous portcullis emblem.

official logo of Christopher Walter MoncktonLast month, Michael Pownall, clerk of the parliaments, wrote to Lord Monckton, a hereditary peer, stressing that he should not refer to himself as a member of the House of Lords, and nor should he use any emblem representing the portcullis.

Official logo of the House of Lords (left)
and that used by Christopher Monckton (right)

In a letter seen by the Guardian, Monckton replied this week to Pownall stating that “the House of Lords Act 1999, which purported to exclude hereditary peers from membership of the House of Lords, is defective”.

Monckton argued that the act, which debarred all but 92 of the 650 hereditary peers, removed the right to sit or vote in the upper house, but did not remove membership because peerages are granted by “letters patent” which are a personal gift of the monarch. Monckton claimed in the letter that “only a specific law can annul a grant. The 1999 act was a general law.”

The House of Lords said today it strongly rejects Monckton’s interpretation. A spokeswoman said: “Lord Monckton is not and never has been a member of the House of Lords. The clerk of the parliaments has written to Lord Monckton, confirming that he has no association with the House and advising him to stop branding himself as such.”
She said Monckton’s claim that the 1999 act was a general law was “misleading”.

“The 1999 act does not remove letters patent, it just ends the right to be a member of the House by virtue of the hereditary peerage. The Act is pretty clear and uses the term ‘membership’ not the ‘right to sit/vote’,” she added.

The Guardian has learned that Pownall is now also seeking advice from the Lord Chamberlain, a key officer in the royal household, on the potential misuse of the portcullis emblem due to it being the property of the Queen.

Monckton argues his use of the portcullis emblem, which has appeared on his letterheads and lecture presentations, does not breach any rules:
“My logo is not a registered badge of parliament, and is plainly distinct from parliament’s badge in numerous material respects.
The Lords do not use the portcullis at all on their notepaper: they use the Royal Arms within an elliptical cartouche.”

A House of Lords spokeswoman said: “The emblem is property of the Queen, and Parliament has a Royal Licence granted for its use. Any misuse of the emblem by either members or non-members breaches this licence, and if a person refuses to stop using it the matter is drawn to the attention of the Lord Chamberlain, who is an Officer of the Royal Household. The Lord Chamberlain has been contacted regarding Lord Monckton’s use of the emblem, and it will fall to him to follow up on any misuse of the emblem.”

The spokeswoman added: “If, following the correspondence, Lord Monckton continues to claim to be a member of the House then the House authorities would need to consider and assess what options are available to them.”

Buckingham Palace confirmed it is “aware of this matter”, but said it “can not disclose any details on private correspondence between Buckingham Palace and an individual”. It did, though, guide the Guardian towards a document on its website which says misuse of the emblem is prohibited by the Trade Marks Act 1994, meaning Monckton could potentially be liable for fines and a six-month prison term if the Palace pursued the matter and successfully prosecuted him.

Monckton said he has yet to receive any correspondence from the Lord Chamberlain.

Monckton, a former Conservative party policy adviser who joined UKIP last year, has attracted repeated criticism for his claims that he is a member of the Lords.

In May, when giving witness testimony upon the invitation of House Republicans to the US select committee on energy independence and global warming, Monckton was mocked by a Democratic congressman when asked whether he had ever served in the House of Lords.

This followed an appearance at a congressional energy and commerce committee hearing in 2009 when Monckton began his testimony: “I bring fraternal greetings from the Mother of Parliaments to the Congress of your ‘athletic democracy’.

In June, following the death of Viscount Colville of Culross, Monckton, as a qualifying hereditary peer, put his name forward as a candidate at the resulting byelection to find the replacement elected peer. However, he failed to secure a single vote among the 29 crossbench hereditary peers eligible to vote.

 To view the original of this article CLICK HERE

official logo of Christopher Walter Monckton

Could it be perchance that this self aggrandised twerp will make the defence that a lavender portcullis is to membership of The House of Lords as a lavender marriage is to many a politician?

You may find the following informative:

Over and over it has been made clear that people do not trust the obvious crooks and low lifes forming UKIP’s leadership and NEC. There is evidence beyond all doubt that UKIP has lied and cheated on numerous and varied occasions.

It is clear that a great deal of money has not been adequately accounted and would seem to have been ‘Trousered’ by a small group at the top.

The present titular leader has been shown and proven to have been involved in money laundering and corruption, dissembling and criminally deceiving. Similarly Stuart Agnew has been clearly proven to be involved in corruption in public office, theft of public money and in collusion with his partner in the crime David Bannerman has acted criminally.

Stuart Agnew is not only a thief but he has acted in collusion with Malcolm Lord Pearson and Nigel Farage to defraud and to engage in criminal money laundering with intent to deceive and to corrupt due process.

Lord Monkton the Deputy Leader of UKIP as with the deputy leader  David Bannerman before him has lied, cheated and misled for personal gain and is like David Bannerman a fraud.

Lord Monkton has lied on numerous very clear counts – from the plight requiring the sale of his home to wearing and claiming a real and legal right to wear a badge, emblem or device leading people to believe he is a legitimate recipient participant of a Nobel Laureat.

Lord Monkton has lied and deceived in claiming that he is a member of the House of Lords which he never has been nor is he. Yet he commits the recognised crime of Passing Off by claiming to be a member and displaying a registered device, emblem or logo to which he has no entitlement.

Lord Christopher Monkton is a fraud claiming to have found cures to many notable diseases yet unable when challenged to show so much as a snippet of fact to back his claim whilst sheltering behind the claim, seemingly dishonest, that he has patents pending yet he is unable to supply the numbers of saidf claimed patents – there is every reason in medical and commercial terms to believe that Lord Christopher Monkton is a charlattan and a liar.

It is interesting to note that without training or experience he perports to have researched and provided much irrefutable fact supporting his claims regarding Global warming and climate change when it is clear he has plagiarised virtually all the material he uses and provides no credits, plaudits, acknowledgement and merely risibly claims the research for his own..

As a liar, a cheat, a fool and a rogue Christopeher Monkton will be a spectacular addition to the liars, cheats and rogues who lead UKIP.

The original of which can be seen if you CLICK HERE

For more details of the undeniable dishonesty of Douglas Denny CLICK HERE and also HERE

As with the dishonesty of Marta Andreasen UKIP MEP CLICK HERE & HERE

And the dishonesty of Mark Croucher CLICK HERE

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