Monday, July 18, 2011

Letter, We Get Letters. . .

Eli, reading the News of the Carrots (well not quite, Bernard J found it first) came across this from the Clerk of the Parliament to Chris Monckton

Dear Lord Monckton

My predecessor, Sir Michael Pownall, wrote to you on 21 July 2010, and again on 30 July 2010, asking that you cease claiming to be a Member of the House of Lords, either directly or by implication. It has been drawn to my attention that you continue to make such claims.

In particular, I have listened to your recent interview with Mr Adam Spencer on Australian radio. In response to the direct question, whether or not you were a Member of the House of Lords, you said "Yes, but without the right to sit or vote". You later repeated, "I am a Member of the House".

I must repeat my predecessor's statement that you are not and have never been a Member of the House of Lords.
There are some who are hard of learning and who cannot be told. Chris is likely one of them.


frank -- Decoding SwiftHack said...

Nah, Monckton isn't going to listen to that either. When his lies start to burn holes in his wallet, then he'll listen.

-- frank

Anonymous said...

from Snow Bunny:

so, "naughty, naughty, don't eat Mr. McGregor's carrots, tsk, tsk"

Anonymous said...

Talking of deluded liars. The latest form Michaels:


Anonymous said...

Suppose that the Good Lord, Viscount of Benchley, will revert to his usual strategy... bluffing to sue the clerk of Parliaments over such infamy, bullying, public insult et cetera, et cetera.


PS, it he still using the emblem with strong likeness to the House of Lords?

Marion Delgado said...

Dear "Dr." Rabbett:

I think this is a good opportunity to remind you (and your readers) that, despite any claims you may have made, you are neither a voting nor a sitting member of Clem's House of Rabbit in Morgan City, LA.

John said...

Now, now, "Mr." Delgado:
Let's not split hares!

J Bowers said...

Sekerob -- "Suppose that the Good Lord, Viscount of Benchley, will revert to his usual strategy... bluffing to sue the clerk of Parliaments over such infamy, bullying, public insult et cetera, et cetera."

Has Monckton recalled the investigators he had following John Abraham so they can now hang around the wheely bins at the back of Buckingham Palace, I wonder?

Wiley Coyote said...

Dear Mr. Dr. Professor Rabett,

I do apologize for being out of touch for such a long time, but what with the heat here in the southwest, the return of several defective rocket skates and large magnets, and the difficulty in obtaining bail after the unfortunate incident involving the bottle rockets and the 60,000 acres of former forest, computer time has been at a premium. [I want to reiterate that contrary to various news report no alcohol was involved, nor were did any of the pack have any part whatsoever in the unfortunate incident in Nevada involving the tourists and their breakfast.]

Anyway, I was captivated by the picture of the rabbit with the pancake on it's head, and was wondering if this represented what some refer to as a balanced diet. Also, we would like to invite you to our monthly book club next Thursday if you can make it. We will be beginning what we hope is a fruitful reconnaissance of former Mr. Dr. Professor Gould's "The Structure of Evolutionary Theory", by which we hope to gain some insight into just exactly where the pack might have originated. We thought you might have similar interests relative to the Lagomorphia


Anonymous said...

Last time I dropped in on the Lieutenant, , the Kray Brothers old room in the Tower of London was free. Maybe a stay for lese majeste can be arranged on TVMOB's return from Down Under.