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NorthWest Liberty News: Lord Monckton In Kalispell Montana

lord-monckton-adJim White of NorthWest Liberty News manned the camera and captured the entire presentation by Lord Christopher Monckton, who was on tour in Montana from England, speaking at various venues. This video yields important information about the “climate change hoax”.

NorthWest Liberty News and Concerned Citizens of NW Montana hosted the special presentation by Lord  Monckton, Third Viscount of Brenchley.

Lord Monckton, an expert from the United Kingdom, spoke on Global Climate Change and BREXIT at the Outlaw Conference Center in Kalispell.

Lord Monckton was co-founder of the Centre for Policy Studies with Margaret Thatcher in 1974 and later Prime Minister Thatcher’s policy advisor. He is Chief Policy Advisor to the Science and Public Policy Institute (SPPI) and also the International Climate Science Coalition, and has testified on four occasions to US Congress on Climate Change.

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I drove to Kalispell, Montana, to meet Lord Monckton and found the gentleman to be very entertaining as well as an awesome presenter on the subject of “climate change”.  I was fortunate enough to be invited to the dinner afterward, where all relaxed with friendly liberty-fighters in high spirits.


Addendum: Lord Monckton accommodated my hope of being photographed with him. Dan Happel held the camera.

Disclaimer: I had not been drinking — this is just how I am by nature.  😉

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Elias Alias, editor


Elias Alias

Editor in Chief for Oath Keepers; Unemployed poet; Lover of Nature and Nature's beauty. Slave to all cats. Reading interests include study of hidden history, classical literature. Concerned Constitutional American. Honorably discharged USMC Viet Nam Veteran. Founder, TheMentalMilitia.Net



  1. Good presentation. Interesting fellow. Seems as though he knows his material quite well, and presents it in a light, and even humorous way.
    I can’t help but wonder Elias; did you get a chance to school the lad in the areas where he was slightly off?
    Although nothing serious, there were a couple of items he was slightly off base on, and some of the folks there were quick to point out a few things to him. You however, have a way of explaining things in a tactful way so that they stick in the mind afterward and.

    1. About all I could do at that time was to open an introduction. I did bring him a gift to take back to England with him, and included my card with that. He was great to visit with over dinner, but there was a table full of folks and no serious discussion could happen there. The guy who is most able to set him straight about those areas in which he is “slightly off” is Dan Happel, who arranged the whole trip and had Lord Monckton on his radio show. Dan was with Monckton for about a week, and Dan knows exactly where Monckton may be a bit “off”, so I’m sure Dan got his two cents worth in.
      The radio show:

      Thanks for being alert. 😉
      Elias Alias, editor

  2. Hello, was that event held at the Bulldog in Kalispell? Last time I was there it had knives and swords in the dinning hall that you all were sitting in. Been many years, but the food they had was always worth the trip.

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