Lord Dean David Burr


Did somebody say pest control?

Introducing the self-styled “Lord of Wimbledon”, Lord Dean David Burr, owner of Lords Environmental, a pest control company. Before you ask, no, this isn’t the newest edition to the cast of “Eastenders”.

Dean’s website, which is introduces him as “an official Lord, of Wimbledon and businessman”, bears two coats of arms, neither of which he has the legal rights to. It tells a dramatic tale, starting with humble beginnings and leading to the inheritance of a “title” owned by his Uncle. The specifics of this “title”, however, are not discussed and it is most likely manorial (which is treated as property rather than a peerage). This does not give Mr. Burr the right to call himself “Lord Burr”, or “Lord Dean”, and certainly not “Lord of Wimbledon”.

Mr. Burr however, seems to have forgotten this, and has gotten coverage in several local newspapers who have been fooled by his claims. “Lord” Burr also has his own youtube channel, which contains some hilarious videos- including a Christmas Message from “His Lordship”. It is somewhat disturbing that such obvious impostors can fool not only members of the public, but members of the press too.

Lords? More like Tweedle Dumb and Tweedle twat..

Lords? More like Tweedle Dumb and Tweedle twat..

When browsing his website, it is painfully easy to notice that it is FILLED with messages about self-styled “Lord” Dean’s Charity work. As admirable as this may be, it leads one to question whether he only does it to bolster his own reputation. For example, he is known to be friends with the infamous “Lord” Brett McLean of Hastings, who has used similar techniques to improve his credibility Do not be fooled by this- charity work is never an excuse for fraud.

With regards to Burr’s “chain of office”, featured in many of his photographs, the holders of peerages have no such insignia, and even if they did- it certainly wouldn’t look like the piece of tat Dean has strung around his neck- which looks like something that should be wrapped around a Christmas tree.

Jokes aside, Mr. Burr seems to do a lot of genuine charity work. It is sad that he then feels he needs his “title” to do so. Because of this, I am inclined to call Burr a well-meaning fool, who has been tricked into believing his title is legitimate. However, because of the fact that a number of people have already pointed out his claims are fake, I fear he knows exactly what he is doing; and is using good causes to bolster his own credibility. Not only this, birds of a feather flock together- most of Burr’s (supposedly) noble friends all have fake and self-styled titles.

I can only conclude that Burr is just as bad as his friends. His titles are bogus and should not be taken seriously, and his pretentious chains and insignia are all made up. Not only this, he uses his ridiculous claims to forward his own business. He may fool some members of the public- but do not let yourself be one of them. Burr is a fantasist whose title is as legitimate as the Duke of Monmouth.


Pamela Anderson given fake title by bogus “Prince” Stefan

It has now emerged in a national newspaper that self-styled Prince of Montenegro, Stefan Cernetic, has fooled actress Pamela Anderson into accepting a false title of knighthood.


His Imperial and Royal Highness, as he prefers to be known, has tricked 47-year old celebrity and actress Pamela Anderson, bestowing upon her the (bogus) title of “Grand Dame of Montenegro”. Since he was ousted as a fraud on this website, a number of people have came forward condemning his activities, in fact, several individuals have now claimed he tried to sell them titles in exchange for thousands of pounds.

One of his own representatives, Jean Tamenne, AKA Juan Henri Lovinfosse Tamenne, tried to sell titles on behalf of the Prince for up to £500,000. The sad truth is that Stefan Cernetic, if that even is his real name, is a liar and a fake. His claimed links to European Royalty are obscure and not to be relied upon. He is by no means a member of any Royal or Imperial House- let alone is he the head of one.

He has no connections to the Royal Houses of Montenegro, Serbia, or Albania whatsoever. The titles and Orders he bestows upon those foolish enough to believe his arrant nonsense are just as bogus as his own. His companions seem to be just as deluded and Stefan Cernetic is nothing but a fraud and a conman.

For more about this fake Prince, please read my previous article.

The Kingdom of Araucania and Patagonia


Subjects of the so-called Kingdom wearing the regalia of their own bogus Order.

Firstly, I’ll start this article with a short history lesson. The “Kingdom” of Araucania and Patagonia began in 1860 when an eccentric French lawyer and adventurer, Orélie-Antoine de Tounens, decided it’d be fun to declare himself King of somewhere (after all, it was quite the fashion to do so in France at the time.) Anyway, de Tounens quickly found an unclaimed piece of territory in South America which, as he tells it, was “occupied” by the Republics of Chile and Argentina (even though this country never actually existed). He was then (allegedly) elected King by his country’s indigenous people.

But, Orélie was nothing more than a historic fake. Dubbed insane by the French Consul, he was not the de facto nor the de jure ruler of the area he claimed, and therefore the Chilean government didn’t take kindly to his Declaration of Independence. After being deported, he spent the rest of his life “exiled” in his birth country, France. Having left no children, one would think this peculiar little Kingdom would’ve quietly faded into obscurity. Well, it didn’t.


The Kingdom’s most esteemed statesmen… (Apparently)

According to one website, the Kingdom’s “Regency Council”, has continued to  elect monarchs up until the present day. The current claimant, who calls himself Antione IV is shown above (centre), who also claims the title Baron of San Pedro de Hueyusco. To his left, is Antoine’s Chancellor, who usually refers to himself as Baron Raoul de Lavalette de Saint Genies, Duke of Boroa. Interestingly enough, no such Dukedom, nor Barony has ever existed. The man on the far right, Klaus-Peter Pohland, claims the title “Count of Coronel”. Hilariously, even their photographer, self-styled Viscount Franz Quatreboeufs de Malimensu, claims his own title.

Of course, no fake monarchy would be complete without fake Regalia and the inevitable self-styled Orders of Chivalry. As well as the standard nick-nacks, His Royal Highness Antoine is known to hand out a number of shiny trinkets to his friends, varying from commemorative medals to self-styled Orders. Shown below is one of the many awards given out by the Kingdom, the “Order of Queen-Laure-Therese”, which looks more like a child’s happy meal treat than the insignia of an Order of Chivalry.




The fake Almanach de ‘Saxe’ Gotha


The fake and genuine websites.

The fake and genuine websites.

This is a quick yet important note to anybody interested in European Royalty and Nobility. The Almanach the Gotha is an invaluable source of information for anyone interested in European aristocracy. However, many people (including myself at one point) have been fooled by a website (found here on Facebook) calling itself ‘Almanach de Saxe Gotha‘, and have taken it to be the real thing. This is not the case. This is a site which has used information stolen from other people’s websites and Wikipedia, and has no connection to the actual publishing company, the official website of which can be found here. This website is also genuine but is still under development.

The genuine Publishing company can be found on Facebook here, and on twitter at @gotha1763. The fake one should be avoided at all costs.

Evgeni Minchev von Bul

Presenting “Lord” Evgeni Minchev von Bul (although perhaps he’d be more aptly known as Buls**t). Before you ask, no, he’s not a bad Gok Wan impersonator. After a message from one of my Facebook fans, I took a look through some more pictures of this year’s Russian Summer Ball, and up popped this chap (as did his atrocious attire). On a professional level, he seems to run some form of PR Company, although, as far as I can tell, had no hand in organising the Russian Summer Ball, which (although a ‘strictly white tie and decorations’ event) he choose to attend in… Well, see for yourself. This writer isn’t sure whether to laugh or cry at his absurd attire.


Von Bul at this year’s Russian Summer Ball.

But, putting “His Lordship’s” dismaying attire aside, lets take a look at some of von Bul’s dubious achievements. He seems to be a member of a number of fake groups that masquerade as Chivalric Orders. One supposes it’s hardly unexpected for another desperate social climber (with such a horrifyingly nouveau riche dress sense, and equally unrefined appearance) to leap at the opportunity to involve themselves in “Orders” of Knighthood endorsed by their fellow fakes and (if they’re lucky) the occasional real aristocrat that couldn’t be bothered to check its legitimacy or even, in some cases, a poor, unsuspecting Royal.

Von Bul? Or von Bullsh*t?



After browsing his Facebook profile, accessible via his website, I noticed that he seems to wear the insignia of several fake Orders, a number of which I have never even heard of. Below he is pictured with two incredibly dodgy (and one might even say dangerous) characters who I actually covered briefly in a previous article, as follows:
“[The chap on the left] calls himself ‘the Vicomte Lawrence de Donges Amiss Amiss’ although I doubt that is his real name given that this man seems to have a history of false claims according to one website. Among these, ‘His Lordship’ has previously told this writer he is the descendant of exiled French Aristocracy, while his mother [the woman in green] supposedly masquerades as  ‘Lady Jennifer’. One wonders why on Earth such a man’s presence is tolerated in the group [the Imperial Order of St Stanislas], given his previous history of false and dubious claims.”


Left to right, Lawrence Donges, his mother, von Bul and an unknown man.

Above, von Bul seems to be wearing the insignia of ‘The Order of the Celtic Cross’- a fake Order if there ever was one. Below, I am unsure as to which particular group he is being invested into, but it does seem that the very well known fake Steven Turner is the person investing him (which frankly doesn’t narrow it down much, as he seems to be a member of dozens of bogus Orders). Below that picture, he is wearing yet another medal, which I cannot identify. If any readers wish to have a go, feel free to post a comment and give me your thoughts.


Von Bul is knighted by Steven Turner, a renowned fake and a member of many bogus orders.


Von Bul pictured wearing the insignia of another fake order.

Finally, the Pièce de résistance. As a hopeless social climber, von Bul seems to delight in meeting just about any any member of Royalty or Aristocracy. He boasts of having pictures with the Vietnamese Emperor, Tsar Simeon II of Bulgaria, Count Andrei Tolstoy, members of the Astor family, former ministers, ambassadors, Boris Johnson, and even… Wait for it… Prince Michael of Kent. Now, calling oneself Lord and dressing up like a bad John Galliano whilst getting involved in fake Orders is one thing, but I simply cannot allow von Bul’s pack of lies to go on unquestioned if he’s fooling real members of Royalty. It is simply intolerable this man was even allowed in the same room as Prince Michael.

"I wonder who on Earth let that chap in."

“I wonder who on Earth let that chap in.”

All in all, not only does ‘”Lord'” von Bul (or perhaps, more aptly, von Buls**t) seem to have a very questionable set of honours, but everyone who he associates with aside from the rare legitimate aristocrat or Royal also seems to be involved in bogus groups such as the ones he’s in. He is usually spotted at some very dodgy events packed with renowned fakes and shouldn’t be trusted nor associated with. If you see this man, I’d suggest staying far away for him (after, perhaps, telling him to burn his wardrobe).

Prince Stefan of Montenegro

Introducing, His Imperial and Royal Highness, Stephan (sometimes known as Stefan, or Stefano) Tchernetich, Hereditary Prince of Montenegro, Serbia, and Albania, Voivodina, Hereditary Titular Emperor of Constantinople, Romania and Greece.


Prince Stefan makes the Loyal toast, to himself…

You can find more about Stefan on his website here, but be warned, you’ll have to endure some very, very bad music if you want to read any of the content on it. Stefan comes from an ancient and noble family, so ancient, in fact, that nobody (except Stefan) seems to have heard of them. We are told that they are:

“Nobles of Serbia, Croatia, Hungary and Jugoslavia, Earls in Russia; of Hungarian origin, living in Belgrade (Serbia), they are the most ancient and eminent house of Belgradian nobility. In Serbia they have been honored of nobility status since immemorial times. Nobles of Agram (XVIII century); officers of cavalry, diplomatics, engineers and, more recently, university teachers (at polytechnic of Zurich, Switzerland). Title of nobles of SRI and coat-of-arms were recognized by Empress Mary Theresa of Austria with letters patent dated 1.III.1751-family of the mother of present Heir Prince, born in Belgrade (Serbia).”

From Stefan’s ‘official residence’ in Belgrade, he seems to undertake a number of highly important official Royal duties. Stefan even bestows “the nobility titles of Noble, Hereditary Knight, Baron, Viscount, Count, Marquis, Duke, Prince” to the poor sods that’ve been sad enough to buy into his nonsense. Not only this, Stefan also bestows five different Chivalric Orders upon his naive followers, which are as follows:

The Imperial Equestrian Order of St. Hubert.

The Imperial Orthodox Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem.

The Dynastic Equestrian Order of Merit “Goldener Doppeladler” (Golden Eagle), the Imperial House Cernetic.

The Angelico Sacro Imperiale Equestrian Order of St. George Orthodox Constantinian.

The Cernetic Imperial Order.

No fake Royal would be complete without fake Orders!

No fake Royal would be complete without fake Orders!

From what I’ve seen, anyone can get into one of these ‘Orders’ if they make a ‘small donation’ to ‘Prince’ Stefan’s office… How very generous of him! I don’t want to ramble on about the dubious titles and honours this man awards, because frankly I could write pages about the ridiculous things, so to keep this article as concise as possible, lets get back to Stefan’s Royal activities…


Symphony of Strawberry, Sire?

A few weeks ago, he attended a Gala dinner in his honour at the Hilton, Portomaso, Malta. Oddly, Stefan was only addressed as ‘H.R.H. Prince Stefano Cernetich, Prince of Montenegro’- His Imperial and Royal Highness clearly didn’t want to make a fuss about titles…

The dinner’s other guest of honour was a man called ‘Prince Cammarano Zampeschi di Forlinpopoli’. Now, aside from the fact that his name sounds like an exotic dessert, it appears nowhere on Google, neither does the Principality of Forlinpopoli. ‘His Royal Highness’ has also been addressed as ‘SAS Principe don Cosimo Cammarano of Zampeschi Forlinpopoli’. Things really couldn’t get any more far-fetched than this, could they?

But, they do… You haven’t heard who was hosting…

“His Eminence, the Admor of Malta, High Priest of God and Spiritual Grand Master of the Supreme Order of the University of Light.”

Now, granted, there is an Admor of Malta. Whether the real one hosted Stefan at the Hilton I don’t know. But what I do know, is that I doubt he has the right to call himself ‘High Priest of God’ nor ‘Spiritual Grand Master of the Supreme Order of the University of Light’ (most importantly because no such ‘Order’ exists, as far as I can see. Furthermore if it did, it would not be a real Chivalric Order so should not be called and treated as such).

Stefan poses for the camera in Venice.

Stefan poses for the camera in Venice.

But, back to Stefan. So, we’ve learnt that some of his chums have dodgy backgrounds. But what about his background? After an extensive internet search on the “Royal and Imperial House of Tchernetich”, the only links I could find leading to information about this family were to Stefan’s own website or to one of his various Facebook pages. So the honest answer is, he doesn’t have one.

Stefan Cernetic, if that even is his real name, is a liar and a fake. His claimed links to European Royalty are obscure and not to be relied upon. He is by no means a member of any Royal or Imperial House, let alone is he the head of one. He has no connections to the Royal Houses of Montenegro, Serbia, or Albania whatsoever. The titles and Orders he bestows upon those foolish enough to believe his arrant nonsense are just as bogus as his own. His companions seem to be just as deluded and this writer would advise anyone coming into contact with him or his supporters to avoid them like the plague.

The Real Royals

I’m going to try and keep this as short as possible, but the real title holders of the places Stefan (claims) to be Prince (or Emperor) of, are as follows:

Alexander II Karađorđević, is the current head of the House of Karađorđević. He is the rightful King of Serbia, and would be so were the throne to be restored (which, hopefully, will be sooner rather than later).

Nikola II Petrović-Njegoš, is the current head of the House of Petrović-Njegoš (and actually second cousin once removed of the above), making him rightful heir to the Kingdom of Montenegro, were it to be restored.

Leka II of Albania, is the current head of the House of Zogu, the Royal House of Albania. He is the Grandson of King Zog I of the Albanians, making him rightful King of Albania. Leka currently works for the Albanian Ministry of Foreign affairs, and would reign as King Leka II were Albania to restore its monarchy.

Michael I of Romania, is the former King of Romania, having already been restored once in the 1940s. He is currently the rightful King of Romania. Hopefully, in time the Romanian monarchy will be restored, in which case he will again reign as King Michael I.

Constantine II of Greece, is the former King of Greece. He was forced to flee the country in 1967 following a coup and Greece declared itself a republic in 1973, confirmed by a referendum the following year. Constantine and the Greek Royal family have now finally been allowed to return to Greece and will hopefully be restored within the coming years.


King Fernidad Frederick of Prussia




Presenting, as he usually calls himself, His Majesty, King Fernidad Frederick of Prussia, (although he has a variety of other titles, apparently). Now, although he might not strike readers as what you’d expect a king to look like, he would claim otherwise. The biography of his Facebook page is as follows:


“The Prussian Royal Family is known to be at its size of 1,212 twin Princes and Princesses from the King of Prussia Fernidad Frederick and Heather Ginnelle a descendant of Wallis Simpson who then married abdicated King of England Edward VIII who King Fernidad possibly had other children from numerous women such as Heather Ross a descendant of U.S. President George Washington and others from a Hospital in Cairo, Egypt.

Known is King Fernidad’s first born son Allah the Great and the King’s 200th born son known as the Biblical character God including Fernidad himself known as Holy King Jehovah Hohenzollern Ur being related as Great Grandson to Prince Hermann Wilhelm Göring of the Nazi Party who was related to Prince Augustus Frederick of Prussia who had King of Prussia William II all the way down to Kaiser II and Prince Augustus who was Uncle to all the King’s of Russia from his mother Catherine the Great.

King of Prussia Fernidad Frederick is known to be related to Jesus Christ of the Church of Gervais of France from his mother Saint Marie Jean Gervais who Jesus is related to Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte who had a son Frederick the Great of Prussia under the name of Frederick William de Thulemeier.”


Hmm… A tad suspicious, I’d say. Not only have I never heard of him, but his genealogy seems to be slightly exaggerated… I’d imagine very few people are related to Jesuus Christ, Jesus Christ, and Edward VIII… But really, how can THIS man be a fake?


Is that part of his Mother’s dressing gown?

Aside from the ill-fitting suit, tacky badges, and horrendous sash, this man looks the very image of Royalty, no? One can even find coins with His Majesty’s divine countenance emblazoned upon it!


Regal: ‘King’ Fernidad on a ‘coin’

Unfortunately for Fernidad, no matter how many coins he makes, he doesn’t seem to be fooling many people. He even issues his own Pour le Merite medals, which you yourself can obtain yourself (for a small ‘donation’ to the Royal House, of course). Now, although this man doesn’t seem dangerous, a handful of naive people unfortunately seem to be buying into his arrant nonsense. Don’t be one of those people. The sad truth is that ‘King Fernidad Frederick’ (as I do not know his real name) is just another deluded fantasist with no connection to European Royalty whatsoever.

The “real” King of Prussia

Prince George Frederick, Kaiser Wilhelm II’s great Grandson, is the current head of the House of Hohenzollern. As such, it makes him the only person with a valid claim to the Kingdom of Prussia (were it to be restored). In reality, no such title has existed since 1918.


This site, Fake Orders and Titles, is a serious site with a satirical bite: its intent is firstly:

To expose false “Orders” of Knighthood and Merit that do not meet the following criteria which are internationally accepted as the basis of the definition of a legitimate Order of Chivalry; 1. They are currently recognized by a legal State, Head of a Royal House, or the Head of a legitimate Royal House no longer regnant, 2. They were established before the Congress of Vienna (1814), 3. They are listed as a legitimate Order of Chivalry by the ICOC and Burke’s WOKM. Any group that claims that it is an Order of Chivalry that does not meet these Criteria is bogus.

And, secondly:

To expose those who use Royal Titles and styles illegitimately, or who call themselves by titles or styles of the nobility to which they have no right, have fabricated out of thin air, or have “purchased” or been “given” through dubious procedures. Typically, our site only posts about false members of nobility that are using their claimed “title(s)” for gain, but some exceptions may occur.

Our editorial team can be contacted at fakeordersandtitles@gmail.com

Lord Martyn Paul Waddington Spencer Link

Overcompensating for something, milord?

Overcompensating for something, milord?

Introducing, as we know him, His Lordship, Martyn Paul ‘Waddington’ Spencer Link, Lord of Kinterbury, although he also apparently describes himself as Lord Kinterbury. Martyn here, who seems to love having his photo taken (in a variety of interesting poses), seems to thrive anywhere people buy into his dubious claims (or anywhere people take a photo of him standing next to something).

From what I can tell from his Facebook account, he seems to have a number of very important friends, including the (in)famous ‘Lord’ Brett McLean of Hastings.

Powerful friends...

Powerful friends… Martyn mixes with many (supposed) Lords and Ladies

On Martyn’s website, he claims that the Lordship of Kinterbury has a ‘long documented history’. Unfortunately, the only shred of evidence I can find on any other site about ‘His Lordship’ which doesn’t seem to be self-produced, is a very dodgy looking Manorial Titles website which seems to be more interested in making money out of these poor souls rather than documenting real titles. Manorial titles, though valid, do not give the owner to call themselves “Lord John Smith”. They are property, rather than actual “titles”.


Martyn loves posing in places befitting to his title

But, back to Martyn and his claims. Every now and again, he seems to call himself the 1st Feudal Baron of Kinterbury. Strangely enough, a feudal Lordship hasn’t been created for hundreds of years… So that would mean that Martyn is either very, very old, or telling porkies. On Martyn’s website, however, he claims that the Lord of Kinterbury owns several titles, which are obviously too important to be divulged to the likes of you and I, so Martyn doesn’t, as far as I can find, tell us which.

Knight in shining armour? Or damsel in distress...

Knight in shining armour? Or a damsel in distress…

He also claims to hold membership of many ‘noble and aristocratic’ societies, though which ones in particular, he fails to specify. Martyn wears a very impressive medal. And guess what? You can own it yourself for just a few coppers, and have it shipped all the way over to you from mainland China in 5-7 days! And I’m pretty certain you can get that cape from any decent Toys R us branch.


‘His Lordship’ poses for the camera

Yes, things are beginning to seem a lot clearer now, aren’t they? Poor Martyn was either, it seems, some gullible punter that was silly enough to believe what he read on the net, or it seems he is stupid enough to believe other people will. If you ever come into contact with ‘His Lordship’, do give him a heads up that nobody’s buying it.

Ezio Scaglione and The Principality of Navaza

Scaglione poses next to his crown...

Scaglione poses next to his ‘Royal Regalia’

Allow me, readers, to introduce you to, as he is usually called H.H., the Chevalier, Grand Commander Ezio Scaglione, Prince of San Giorgio, Marquis of Pinzolo, GCLJ-J, KMLJ, and also self-proclaimed Prince/Sovereign of the Island of Navaza (also known as Navassa.) As you can see, he enjoys having his photo taken (of course, only when he’s dolled up in his state regalia and his blinding display of shiny things).

From what I can gather from his website, he claims to be head of his very own ‘Sovereign State’, which has its own President, Parliament, High Court, and National Assembly. As sovereign, he claims to be head of their ‘armed forces’, and manage the ‘nation’s’ foreign affairs. He certainly does a lot for a man nobody seems to have heard of!

Perhaps even more interestingly, Scaglione also claims his ‘state’ has the support of Charles I of Spain in the form of a Royal warrant. For some inexplicable reason, I can find no evidence of this so-called warrant anywhere. Perhaps King Claude Philippe I will write him a new one…

Also a surprise to me, when I did some research on the Island of Navassa, I found out that it’s a tiny island in the Caribbean and has been uninhabited for almost 100 years. So it seems Scaglione is running his own Navacense government in exile… If one can even call it that.


Scaglione rises from his throne to deal with what is probably VERY important state business.

Among holding a variety of honours, which he seems to feel the need to wear (incorrectly) everywhere he goes, Scaglione happens to be the Chancellor of the (not so legitimate) [Italian] Military and Hospitaller Order of St Lazarus of Jerusalem. They don’t seem to have any qualms about his claims, and seem to be happy to let him (over)dress in whatever ludicrous manner he likes.

Scaglione at a function of the self-styled (Italian) Military and Hospitaller Order of St Lazarus of Jerusalem

Scaglione at a function of the self-styled (Italian) Military and Hospitaller Order of St Lazarus of Jerusalem, of which he is the Chancellor.

But the dozens of (fake) ‘Orders’ he claims to hold weren’t enough for this man. He wanted his very own order. So, he created one for his ‘state’, Navaza. In the below photo, he is wearing the neck ribbon of an ‘Order’ which I can find no information on. However, the neck badge of this ‘Order’ is identical to the coat of arms of Scaglione’s so-called principality, and the ribbon matches his self-declared nation’s flag. In fact, in the very top photo in this article, he is wearing a similar sash.


Scaglione and an unidentified individual wear the insignia of one of his ‘Orders’.

Not only this, we’ve even seen Ezio wearing a Cardinal’s outfit. Perhaps ‘H.H.’ is short for His Holiness, Cardinal-Archbishop of Navaza…


Archbishop of Fantasy-bury?

Archbishop of Fantasy-bury?

Not only does Scaglione claim to be ruler of his own country, he also seems to think he's a consecrated Bishop

Not only does Scaglione claim to be ruler of his own country, he also seems to think he’s a consecrated Bishop

To summarise, Ezio Scaglione is nothing more than another poor soul that has taken their imagination a step too far. He masquerades under various aristocratic & knightly titles, even sometimes as a member of the clergy, and should be avoided like the plague. I sternly advise readers to warn anyone associated with this man or his so-called sovereign state to stay clear away from him.