Ten megatons of assploding hypocrisy.

(Denver Post) — Filmmaker and liberal activist Michael Moore told an enthusiastic Occupy Denver crowd of about 1,000 Thursday that he was not their leader.

“There is no leader to this movement,” the 57-year-old Oscar winner, flanked by two security guard in black suits, barked into a bullhorn microphone. “That’s why it’s such a large and growing movement.”

He said the rest of the country is watching the Occupy protest in Denver.

After a man near the front of a broad circle called out that he wanted to have Moore’s baby, Moore told the protesters, “That’s a Colorado kind of love.”

Dressed casually in a sweat suit, loose brown jacket and white sneakers, Moore spoke for 20 minutes, after showing up an hour and 20 minutes late for his speech.

As expected, he railed with the passion of tent revival preacher on what he sees as the misdeeds of Wall Street, the rich and Congress, calling the latter the middleman for the first two.

Moore compared the Occupy cause to the civil rights, women’s rights and gay rights movements, while citing a poll that showed broad public support for the anti-Wall Street protest.

“So it’s ours to mess up,” he said he told the raucous crowd.

Moore was in Denver on a tour to promote his $27 memoir, “Here Comes Trouble: Stories from My Life.” He has also stopped by Occupy Wall Street protests in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and other cities.

Moore is scheduled to sign books at the Tattered Cover Book Store at 2526 East Colfax Ave. tonight.