In 2016, a team of Rebel reporters travelled to what we called a UN Nanny State Conference in New Delhi.
It was the World Health Organization's biggest year yet for their Framework Convention on Tobacco Control. But it wasn't just about tobacco, it was about controlling your life under the excuse of public health. The UN uses these conferences to provide a global template on regulating soft drinks, snack foods, basically anything with salt and fat.
At the time the UN and their delegates decided to ban all journalists. And now, three years later, we're getting some of the information that the Canadian bureaucrats didn't want us to know.
The Canadian diplomats sent to this conference are supposed to be smarter, more sophisticated and healthier than the rest of us. But now we have the mini-bar expense reports showing what these same do-gooders are snacking on after a long day of deciding how the rest of us should live.