Again the Vigilant Viscount has to resort to a foreign broadcaster to get his message across. It’s what we’ve come to expect, that the BBC will not allow him airtime, because by his very words and deeds, he is indirectly threatening the multi-million pound pension fund of the BBC employees.
This is hardly Lord Monckton’s fault though. It is the BBC Governors who should answer for their crimes, instead of showing bias and prejudice towards those who would tell the public the truth on such issues. They are afraid and rightly so, because when BBC employees eventually realise what has happened, they will rightly call for legal action to be taken against those who jeopardised their pensions, by investing in such bogus and hokum schemes.
Monckton appeared on the Canadian Sun News TV Show, “The Arena” with Michael Coren, and he delves into the Global Warming Scams once more. When will British Broadcasters give Lord Monckton the coverage he deserves ?
On the back of the predicted dismal failure of the doomed Longannet CCS Scheme, the UK Government is hastily backpeddling, whilst trying to save face, and hold on to some small vestage of integrity. A fearsome realisation is beginning to dawn on the UK Government in London, that they have been duped by scamsters who have connived with the ignorant and uneducated, to promote a bogus agenda.
Hundreds of millions of pounds have already been squandered upon gimcrack contrivances, which in reality are no more useful than Christmas tree baubles. Yet still in Scotland, Alex Salmond’s SNP so called “Government” still lurches along spouting the narrative of “green” hubris and the fantasy of “carbon capture and storage”, whilst now pretending to support the coal industry of Scotland.
The ignorance of our incumbent politicians is breathtaking and worrying. Surely Alex Salmond is now the last man on Earth that Scots would wish to see controlling their finances. Wasn’t he once a senior economist with a big Scottish Bank? Maybe that explains a thing or two about recent past events in the Scottish finance sector?
See also the two postings at this website on the Longannet Project Debacle.