Tuesday, 15 June 2010
UKIP: Christopher Monckton’s Messianic complex
That Christopher Monckton - UKIP’s new joint deputy leader – is a serial liar is beyond doubt.
He lied about being a member of the House of Lords.
He lied about being a science expert.
He lied about winning a libel judgment against the Guardian’s George Monbiot.
He lied about winning the Nobel Prize.
He lied about the BBC broadcasting his article on the Falkland Islands during the Falklands War.
For the full details: LINK
Monckton also appears to possess some rather worrying messianic tendencies.
He claims to have found a cure for the following illnesses:
Graves’ Disease, multiple sclerosis, influenza, and herpes simplex VI. There is no cure for these illnesses.
He also claims to have found a treatment for HIV!
It can only be a matter of time before he announces a cure for cancer, his ability to walk on water and the power to raise the dead!
But what is more worrying is the fact that UKIP is happy to promote his lies on their official website:
2008-present: RESURREXI Pharmaceutical: Director responsible for invention and development of a broad-spectrum cure for infectious diseases. Patents have now been filed. Patients have been cured of various infectious diseases, including Graves’ Disease, multiple sclerosis, influenza, and herpes simplex VI. Our first HIV patient had his viral titre reduced by 38% in five days, with no side-effects. Tests continue.
To see the original: LINK
Monckton was also exposed as a liar after admitting making false claims for marketing purposes, commenting at the time that “History is full of stories that aren’t actually true”.
Monckton had claimed that he had been forced to sell his ancestral home after losing a fortune on a $1 million puzzle.
He later admitted that the story had been invented to boost sales of the puzzle.
Monckton is a personal friend of Lord Pearson and is now being touted as his successor by some senior UKIPPERS. God help them!