VIDEO - During the interview, Lord Monckton highlighted the absolute failure of the UN's wild predictions on climate and overpopulation. However, there are real environmental problems that need to be addressed in a sensible manner, he concluded.
VIDEO - During this interview, Lord Monckton offers his thoughts on the final document that came out of Rio+20, known as "The Future We Want." He also discusses whether the outcome was a step forward or a step backward for the United Nations agenda, concluding that it represents a significant blow to the whole scheme.
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VIDEO - During this interview, Lord Monckton offers his thoughts on why the American media did not extensively cover the conference like in the past and why so many world leaders stayed away.
VIDEO - During this interview, Lord Monckton offers his thoughts on the press coverage at the U.N. Summit and discusses the role of non-governmental organizations.
VIDEO - On June 23, 2012 at the United Nations Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development, Alex Newman of The New American magazine spoke with Icelandic investigative journalist Magnus Gudmundsson. During the Interview, Mr. Gundmundsson offered his thoughts on environmental groups like Greenpeace, their deceptive tactics, the devastating consequences of their actions, and the UN summit itself.
VIDEO - Lord Christopher Monckton, chief policy advisor to the Science and Public Policy Institute and former science advisor to Margaret Thatcher, tells The New American from Rio that the just-concluded Rio+20 conference was not about saving the planet or eradicating poverty, but about shackling the plant under global government. He also optimistically stresses that the "pointy heads here in Rio" have failed despite their declaration of success and that "the game is up."
On October 3, President Obama schmoozed with actor Leonardo DiCaprio on the South Lawn of the White House, telling DiCaprio: “We’re really in a race against time,” to prevent what he perceives as the worst effects of climate change.