Lord Monckton’s Climate of Freedom Tour Starts In Northland On April 1st

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Clare Swinney,  27 March, 2013.

Lord Christopher Monckton’s much-awaited Climate of Freedom Tour starts in a few days time in Northland at Matakana on April the 1st and will proceed through New Zealand, ending in Invercargill on April the 26th.   Unfortunately, the mainstream media is not being particularly helpful advertising this tour.  Times for exclusive interviews with Lord Monckton are being set and then cancelled at the last minute – a tactic employed the last time he visited New Zealand.  You are therefore encouraged to spread information regarding his presentations on Facebook.com and Forums.

He will talk about UN Agenda 21 and the UN plans to steal your rights and deny your free speech, amongst other pivotal issues.  He is an exceptionally good speaker and very well-informed, so please take the opportunity to advise others to come along to one of the venues and hear what he has to say.

Jim Reece and I made the most of our “free speech” and put posters up around the Whangarei CBD to advertise the local talks on Sunday and I have been putting flyers in letter boxes locally.  I hope others do what they can.

Here is the full itinerary:

Monday 1st April

Northland:  ( Please note minor changes)

6pm  Ascension Wine Estate, 480 Matakana Road, Matakana.
30 min introductory presentation followed by a brief opportunity for questions from the audience.
Light refreshments may be purchased from Ascension, but no dinner will be available.
Entry by donation.
Tuesday 2nd April
Northland:

6pm The Kumara Box, 503 Poutu Road, Dargaville
$20 entry, $5 students.  Door sales, or advance booking through Ticketek
Wednesday 3rd April
Whangarei:
3pm  May Bain Conference Room, New Whangarei Library building, Rust Ave
$20 entry, $5 students.  Door sales, or advance booking through Ticketek
6pm,  Conference Room, first floor of the Dickens Inn, Cameron St Mall
$20 entry, $5 students.  Door sales, or advance booking through Ticketek
Thursday 4th April
Auckland:
10am-11am  Lord Monckton will be a guest on the Leighton Smith Show (Newstalk ZB)
7.30pm,  Netball North Harbour Function Room, 44 Northcote Rd,  Takapuna
$20 entry, $5 students.  Door sales only- cash and eftpos- no credit cards.
Friday 5th April
Auckland:
7-9pm Fisher and Paykel Lecture Theatre, (Room F&PAA/260-115)
Located at the Auckland University Business School, Grafton Road
No admission charge, but donations welcome.
Saturday 6th April
Auckland:
2pm,  St Columba at Botany, 480 Ti Rakau Drive, Botany
$20 entry, $5 students.  Door sales only- cash and eftpos- no credit cards.
Monday 8th April
Hamilton:
7am Chamber of Commerce breakfast meeting, Events Room 1, Gallagher Hub building, Hamilton Wintec campus.
Price $45
Tickets available at Events@waikatochamber.co.nz or by going to www.waikatochamber.co.nz
12 noon Student Union Forum-Village Green outside the shops, Waikato University
Public welcome, no admission charge
7pm  Price Waterhouse Cooper Lecture Theatre, Waikato University, Hillcrest Road, Hamilton (opposite the Admin building)
Gold coin donation.
Sponsored by the NZ Institute of International Affairs (Waikato Branch)
Tuesday 9th April
Tauranga:
7.30pm,  Bureta Park Motor Inn, Vale St Otumoetai.
$20 entry, $5 students.  Door sales only- cash and eftpos- no credit cards.
Thursday 11th April
Gisborne:
7.30pm,  Cosmopolitan Club, Grey and Derby Street
$20 entry, $5 students.  Door sales only- cash and eftpos- no credit cards.
Friday 12th April
Hastings:
7.30pm,   Ellwood Function Centre, 12 Otene Road, Waipatu, Hastings
$20 entry, $5 students.  Door sales only- cash and eftpos- no credit cards.
Saturday 13th April
Palmerston North:
2pm,  Masonic Centre, 168 Fitzherbert Ave, Palmerston North
$20 entry, $5 students.  Door sales only- cash and eftpos- no credit cards.
Monday 15th April
New Plymouth:
7.30pm,  Devon Hotel and Conference Centre, 390 Devon St East
$20 entry, $5 students.  Door sales only- cash and eftpos- no credit cards.
Tuesday 16th April
Paraparaumu:
7.00pm, Southwards Car Museum, Otaihanga Rd, Paraparaumu
Tickets:  $20 adult, $5  15yrs and under
Tickets to this presentation available online from www.ticketdirect.co.nz
or at the Customer Service desk,
Coastlands Shoppingtown,
Paraparaumu
Contact for this event:  Peter Jones (04) 2938966 Mob: 0272266657
Sponsored by the Kapakapanui Lions Club
Wednesday 17th April
Lower Hutt:
7.00am – 9.00am Chamber of Commerce breakfast
Silverstream Retreat, 3 Reynolds Bach Drive, Silverstream, Lower Hutt
7am- 7.30 breakfast, 7.30-8.30 Lord Monckton to speak, 8.30-9am Q & A
Members $45 +gst, non-members $65 +gst
Bookings and cancellations by Monday 15 April
contact: Donna 09399821 or donna@hutt-chamber.org.nz
Wellington:
Press Club meeting
Associated Audio ‘The Bose’ Experts
5.30pm, 95 Customhouse Quay Wellington
Free entry to Press Club members, $10 non-members
RSVP compulsory as numbers very limited.
Light refreshments provided.
Thursday 18th April
Nelson:
7.30pm  Nelson Suburban Club, 168 Tahunanui Drive, Nelson
$20 entry, $5 students.  Door sales only- cash and eftpos- no credit cards.
Friday 19th April
Blenheim:
7.30pm  Marlborough Convention Centre, 42A Alfred St
Admission by donation to cover expenses, surplus to go to hospice.
Sponsored by Federated Farmers (Marlborough)
Saturday 20th April
Christchurch: ( Please note minor changes)
2.30pm  Forum, moderated by Rodney Hide
Show Gate Pavilion,
Riccarton Park Function Centre
165 Racecourse Road Sockburn
$25 entry  Tickets available on www.trademe.co.nz
Search for ‘Monckton Tour’
Door sales may be limited, book early to avoid disappointment.
7.30pm
Show Gate Pavilion,
Riccarton Park Function Centre
165 Racecourse Road Sockburn
$25 entry  Tickets available on www.trademe.co.nz
Search for ‘Monckton Tour’
Door sales may be limited, book early to avoid disappointment.
Monday 22nd April
Christchurch:
8am -9.30am Business Breakfast
Show Gate Pavilion,
Riccarton Park Function Centre
165 Racecourse Road Sockburn
$45 entry  Tickets available on www.trademe.co.nz
Search for ‘Monckton Tour’
Bookings essential for catering purposes- no door sales.
Timaru:
7.30pm  Sopheze on the Bay, Caroline Bay, Timaru
$20 entry, $5 students.  Door sales only- cash and eftpos- no credit cards.
Tuesday 23rd April
Dunedin:
12pm arrival for 12.30 lunch
1pm Lord Monckton’s presentation
The Savoy Reception and Conference Centre
50 Princes St, CBD, Dunedin
$40 entry, tickets available from Jock Allison
ph 03 4772903, mob 021 363337
Numbers limited- book early to avoid disappointment.
7.30pm,  Burns Theatre A
entrance opposite 84 Albany St
(Otago University Clubs & Socs Building)
$20 entry, $5 students.  Door sales only- cash and eftpos- no credit cards.
Wednesday 24th April
Gore:
7.30pm, Gore Town and Country Club, Bury St,  Gore
$20 entry, $5 students.  Door sales only- cash and eftpos- no credit cards.
Friday 26th April
Invercargill:
7.30pm, Ascot Park Hotel, 2 East Rd, Invercargill
$20 entry, $5 students.  Door sales only- cash and eftpos- no credit cards.

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3 Responses to Lord Monckton’s Climate of Freedom Tour Starts In Northland On April 1st

  1. Lord Christopher Monckton

  2. Aaron says:

    I heard Monckton is dismissive of the evidence for chemtrails? Is that right?

    • Lord Monckton does not talk about weather modification technology, in spite of the fact that the weather has been modified for over 50 years. Throughout history, weather has been a crucial factor in the outcome of wars and we know that the US military has been a major player in the development of weather science and services.
      There is mention that Mexico accused the US of causing an extended drought using cloud seeding in the 1960s in ‘Fixing The Sky’ by Prof James Fleming. Weather warfare, as you will probably know already, was used during the Vietnam war along portions of the Ho Chi Minh Trail between 1966 and 1972. Google: Project Popeye.
      Geoengineers admit that putting particulates into the air, (in the form of aerosols, many of which were seen in Northland throughout the period of drought), will lead to drought, because when the atmosphere is saturated with particulates there are too many condensation nuclei for the rain droplets to form into a size that will fall. This is straightforward science, but apparently not acknowledged by Lord Monckton. He has been given copies of What in the World Are They Spraying? and Why In The World Are They Spraying?

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