Our "Lord Stirling" also claims to "hold 3 degrees: B.Sc. in Pol. Sc. & History; M.A. in European Studies; B.Sc. in Education."
Shame he can't even spell properly.
Rivero's source, and our subject, the "Rt Hon Lord Stirling" (!) - in fact a simple Mr Timothy Alexander - came to the attention of the UK Baronage website.....and he features under their pages titled "SCAMS".
....we assumed that the reason we had received no answer to our question on the blazon of his arms was that Lyon Court had not recognised him as the baron of Greenan, that he had no baronial additament and had no arms either. (Perhaps he uses the arms illustrated at the head of this page, on the right, either alone, or quartered with a galley.) We assumed also that we would receive no answers from Timothy Alexander to the many further questions his early answers had prompted.This MR T Alexander has a history of posting at conspiracy websites, including featuring at Rense.com (no surprise, eh?) Seems he is trading on his name, asking for speaking fees for his lectures. Topics? That the Haiti earthquake was caused by a "scalar weapon"......
We would thus have to investigate his claims ourselves.
I am a specialist in theoretical weaponry strategy and design. I generally harbor no illusions about the truly evil nature of the global banking families, their Illuminati organization and related groups, but even I was reluctant to see the large earthquake in Haiti as anything but a natural event. It’s not that I lack knowledge about the little known field of Scalar Warfare, which is largely based on the works of the late Nickola Tesla.Oh dear. Who would pay for that? Especially from some self-declared "Rt Hon Lord Scam"?
I have come to the conclusion that the use of a scalar weapon on the poor masses of Haiti did happen and is directly connected to the massive little known oil reserves in and near Haiti and to the coming attack on Iran/general Middle East War/World War III.
But it's good enough for Rivero, and good enough for Troofers. (Who was it that said "No-one ever went broke underestimating an American audience"?)
Here's more of the lowdown from the people in the know on this scamming Troofy POS.