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New Monckton Presentation Video Includes Slides

Ever since we posted the first video from the presentation Lord Christopher Monckton gave a week ago, we have been inundated with requests to have the video updated to include Lord Monckton’s slides.

We finally completed the updated video today.

Thank you to all the bloggers, tweeters, talk show hosts, news outlets, neighbors and others who made this video such a huge success. We have had interest pour in from all over the world including; Argentina, Australia, Mexico and the United Kingdom. Thank you all for spreading the word!

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Update – More Than 12,000 View Full Monckton Video, 120,000 View Conclusion

Note: For those interested, Monckton’s slide show can be found here. The video above is best viewed while following along with the presentation.

Information on the treaty that Lord Christopher Monckton is referencing can be found here. The actual proposed treaty language can be found here.

Full Presentation

Just the conclusion

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Updated with video and Links: Monckton Speaks to Over 700 at Minnesota Free Market Institute Event

Last week, climate skeptic Lord Christopher Monckton spoke to an audience of over 700 in St. Paul. The event also featured the national premiere of a new documentary from the Cascade Policy Institute titled “Climate Chains.” The event was an enormous success. Thank you for all who came!

Here is an excerpt from his speech:

Here is why the truth matters. It was all very well for jesting Pilate to ask that question and then not to tarry for an answer. But that question that he asked, “what is the truth?” is the question which underlies every question and in the end it is the only question that really matters. When you ask that question what you are really asking is “what is the truth about the matter?” And we are now going to see why it matters morally, socially, and politically, as well as economically and scientifically. That the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth should inform public policy on this question.

Note: For those interested, Monckton’s slide show can be found here.

Information on the treaty that Lord Christopher Monckton is referencing can be found here. The actual proposed treaty language can be found here.

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