April 30, 2017

Claire Lehmann: Why I was blacklisted by Australian media

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

While I was in Australia meeting our new contributors from "down under," I caught up with the Rebel's Claire Lehmann.

Some of you are already familiar with Claire, through her outspoken (yet soft spoken) videos for us.

We talk about the problems she had getting her writing critical of feminism published in the Australian press, and discuss what other topics the media considers taboo here.

Claire also shares the tragic story about a renowned Australian cartoonist who was charged with “hate speech” — with possibly deadly consequences.

 

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commented 2017-05-01 13:01:06 -0400
It delights me to no end to see the Rebel still growing in a responsible and forceful way, whether it be you-tube subscriptions, or premier memberships or more diverse and interesting contributors. The Rebel is truly becoming a world voice. Welcome aboard Australia!
commented 2017-05-01 12:54:49 -0400
With The Rebel expanding the way it is, it is obvious that there is a real hunger for the truth.

People are starting to see that the main stream media in what appears to be all the main Western cultures are misleading them, lying to them, revealing only part of the truth, and pushing their socialist agenda, and they are getting tired of it.

I hope the growth continues.
commented 2017-05-01 10:58:46 -0400
How dare anyone tell the public what they cannot talk about!
commented 2017-05-01 00:56:30 -0400
Looking forward to more reports from Claire. Way to go Rebel!
commented 2017-04-30 23:30:34 -0400
Welcome aboard Claire to the real media. Your forte being fair balanced opinion and factual reporting are welcome here – very telling that you were rejected by the MSM – just reconfirms to me that journalism is dead in corporate media – those who work in it are PR professionals working for clients who are selling agendas and narratives – truthful reporting exposes fallible narratives to too many inconvenient truths.

Will look forward to your ’fair" voice on the issues.
commented 2017-04-30 23:03:17 -0400
Love Claire, great addition to the TEAM. I’m so happy how Rebel is getting a worldwide network. WE NEED IT!
commented 2017-04-30 22:28:59 -0400
@Space Moose…over the past decade or so MGTOW got some great input from Aussie women bloggers. In Canada, the USA, and the UK I generally had very little problem gathering intel on the power and support networks of academic/political/cultural feminists.

Australia was always more murky in terms of GOOGLE searches….so perhaps Claire can tell me the correct spelling….is it Status of Sheilas or Status of Sheilaghs?…….;-)
commented 2017-04-30 20:43:17 -0400
I enjoy Claire’s reports, and, hope to hear more from her. How many other journalists are black listed because they choose to report on those topics which have now been deemed inappropriate by the PC brigade?
commented 2017-04-30 20:18:00 -0400
Oh how great. The human rights commission down under is just as bad as ours. I wonder if Claire would get the Ezra treatment for calling the commission crazy.

At this rate, I would not doubt it if the Australian government gets involved to block the rebel from their internet.
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