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Lord Monckton’s Australian lecture tour dates

January 8th, 2010 at 10:22am

Lord Christopher Monckton’s people have been kind enough to provide some more information about his upcoming lecture tour. The exact schedule is still subject to change, but as of this moment the following is known:

Wednesday 27.1.10 – 5.30pm – Sydney – Grand Ballroom, The Sheraton on The Park, Elizabeth Street, Sydney
Thursday 28.1.10 – 12.30pm – Newcastle – Banquette Hall, Newcastle City Hall, King Street Newcastle.
Friday 29.1.10 – 12.30 Lunch – Brisbane – Grand ballroom, Hilton Hotel, Queen Street, Brisbane
Saturday 30.1.10 – 2pm – Noosa – The J at Noosa Junction
Monday 1.2.10 – 12.30pm – Melbourne TBA
Tuesday 2.2.10 – 2pm – Melbourne – Grand Ballroom, Sofitel Hotel
Wednesday 3.2.10 Canberra
Thursday 4.2.10 – 2pm – Adelaide – Venue TBA
Monday 8.2.10 – 2pm – Perth – Venue TBA

I’m informed that details which are a bit more concrete should be available in a week or so.

In the meantime, I have been asked to pass on the following letter about Lord Monckton’s tour. It is available here in its original form.

Lord Monckton in Australia
(Please spread this message widely) 21 Dec. 2009

Viscount Monckton of Brenchley (Christopher Lord Monckton) has agreed to come on a lecture tour in Australia in late January 2010. Professor Ian Plimer will accompany Christopher Monckton on a whirlwind tour of the mainland capital cities starting in Sydney on January 26th and finishing in Perth on February 8th. Unfortunately we cannot fit in Tasmania and the Northern Territory. Lady Juliet Monckton will come as well, in part to monitor Lord Monckton’s health.

Prof. Plimer says the following of Lord Monckton: “although I modestly state that I am a good performer, he is superb and I have seen him fielding a very hostile BBC and other networks. He has the ability to change thinking……”.

Given the now generally-acknowledged lack of understanding among the Australian general public of the underlying reasons for a “Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme” and the likely effects thereof, it is critical that the public gets a chance to hear a globally-recognised presenter to explain the rational understanding of the whole issue. Lord Monckton is the ideal person to carry out this task and to also put it to the mass media.

[Tour date details removed – see details above or download the PDF]

As you can understand, the cost of this exercise will be very substantial as we have to fly Lord and Lady Monkton to and from Australia, all his domestic travel and accommodation plus a “stipend” of $20,000. Our aim is to cover these costs from donations from individuals, appropriate associations and corporations; we expect the required total to be of the order of $100,000. We would like to keep the cost of admission to Monckton’s lectures at around $20 so as to maximise the number of people that will come to hear him.

We have had a number of donations already of $1,000 (and higher) and would prefer donations to be of that order, but of course any amount is very welcome. Should there be a surplus, this, depending on the amount, will be given to Lord Monckton and/or the Climate Sceptics Party which is assisting with this project.

Your donations should be directed to:
Westpac Bank – Lord Monckton Tour account
Bank BSB: 035612
Account: 253068

Thank you in advance for your support of this nationally important project.

Case Smit BSc CIH(ret) CP(Env) FAusIMM
Noosaville Qld. 4566
07 5473 0475
case.smit@gmail.com

John Smeed D.MechE FIEAust CPEng RPEQ
Noosa Heads, Qld. 4567
07 5474 8928
johnsmeed@adna.com.au

As promised, I will continue to keep you updated.

Samuel

Entry Filed under: Canberra Stories,General News,Global Warming

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6 Comments

  • 1. newtaste  |  January 8th, 2010 at 6:58 pm

    Are you donating to His Lordship’s tour costs?

  • 2. Samuel  |  January 8th, 2010 at 7:40 pm

    I do intend on donating. I probably won’t have the funds this fortnight, but it should be OK next fortnight.

    Do you think that, post-donation, I will need to put a disclaimer on any subsequent blog posts about the tour stating that I contributed to the tour’s funding?

  • 3. newtaste  |  January 8th, 2010 at 7:53 pm

    I don’t think you would need a disclaimer. But surely Monckton’s wannabe manager Jim Ball would be donating – we will see if he says he has given anything.

    I won’t be giving anything. I prefer to give my money to Hillsong. Was in Canberra the past couple of weeks and went to Canberra CLC. It is a great church!

  • 4. LeahH  |  January 20th, 2010 at 2:19 pm

    Dear All,

    I am heavily involved in the Lord Monckton tour of Australia 2010. We now have completed tour dates, and details, and there are a few changes to the original information kindly posted on this website a week or so ago.

    Anyone interested in details on any of the tour locations can contact me via email Leah2604@gmail.com and I will email out the flyer to them for their location.

    Ticket prices range from just $2 to $20 depending on hire costs of the venue. There is also a special “debate” format at the Brisbane Hilton put on by the Brisbane Institute however this will be $130 per head. It was particularly important to his supporters and to Lord Monckton himself, that prices be kept to a minimum in order for as many Australians as possible to see this wonderful speaker, on such an important matter.

    Leah

  • 5. newtaste  |  January 23rd, 2010 at 1:39 am

    Update:

    January 25 Radio interview with Alan Jones, 2GB Radio 7-9am
    January 26 Radio interview with Brian Wilshire, 2GB Radio 10-11.59pm
    January 27 – Sydney 12.30pm Union Club Lunch SOLD OUT
    January 27 – Sydney $20 5.30pm Grand Ballroom, The Sheraton on the Park, Elizabeth Street. Pay at the door.
    January 28 – Newcastle $2 12:30p.m. Pay at the door. VENUE: The Banquet Room, Newcastle City Hall, King St, NEWCASTLE.
    January 29 Radio Interviews with 4BC(between 4-6pm) and United Christian Broadcasters
    – Brisbane 12.30pm Lunch Grand Ballroom Hilton Hotel
    Queens Street – ($130) To book, Damian Wyld, thomasmore@chariot.net.au, Ph 08 8379 0246
    – Brisbane 3pm “Town Hall Meeting,” Brisbane Irish Club, Tara Ballroom
    January 30 – Noosa $20 The J in Noosa Junction @2p.m. Payment at the door
    February 1 – Melbourne $20 luncheon, 12.00 for 12.30, will be held at 6/112 Millswyn St, South Yarra: (RSVP no later than c.o.b. on Thursday, January 28, by email to ipe_2@bigpond.com) SOLD OUT
    February 1 -5.30 Melbourne $20 “Town Hall Meeting,” Venue Sofitel Hotel Grand Ballroom. contact: Case Smit case.smit@gmail.com
    February 3 – Canberra -3pm- Address at National Press Club, Canberra
    February 5 – Adelaide 5.30 Public lecture Intercontinental Hotel (formerly Hyatt) North Terrace
    February 8 – Perth Lunch – Parmelia Hotel
    – Perth 5:30pm “Town Hall Meeting” Parmelia Hilton, 14 Mill Street, Perth. To cover costs a “donation” of $10pp will be collected at the door. Assorted homemade biscuits, coffee & tea provided. Please email: Daphne Dhimitri daphne_dhimitri@hancockprospecting.com.au or Ph: (61 8) 9429 8248 l Fax: (61 8) 94298268

  • 6. Leo Lane  |  January 23rd, 2010 at 5:40 pm

    It is encouraging to see an event like this.

    It is essential that the global warming fraud be stopped, and Ian Plmer and Christopher Monckton are in the vanguard of the move to expose the motives of the criminals, led by Gore and the UN..

    We are up against a fraud fuelled by our own taxpayer funds, doled out as grants to those forced to produce lies in scientific form or be deprived of their livelihood.


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