NOTORIOUS cult leader Charles Manson has broken decades of silence in an exclusive interview with a Spanish magazine.

On the 40th Anniversary of his conviction, the 76-year-old prison inmate spoke out to Spain’s Vanity Fair warning about global warming as a danger greater than himself.

The convicted killer – who described himself in the interview as ‘everything bad’ – also touched on President Obama’s administration and discussed himself as a martyr similar to Jesus Christ.

But as the article is written in Spanish there has been some controversy regarding the exact words spoken by Manson – who broke into the lingo himself in the middle of the interview.

“I’m very mal hombre,” he said.

But when asked if he knew Spanish, he replied: “Muy poco, muy poco,” explaining he had learned the language from his fellow prisoners.

Manson – who was accused of brainwashing members of his commune known as The Manson Family – is serving life imprisonment for orchestrating the infamous Tate-Labianca murders.