May 02, 2017

This man wants to bring a Trump-style revolution to Australia

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Around the world — whether it's the Brexit vote in the UK, Trump in the US, or the insurgent candidacies of Wilders in Holland and Le Pen in France — the old order is being rocked. What about here in Australia?

The current Australian prime minister is sort of a centrist, a “Liberal” by name. (That's what they call conservatives.)

His name is Turnbull, and he’s doing some interesting things, like demanding that immigrants embrace “Australian values.”

I think one reason he brought that in is to guard against more conservative elements like Senator Cory Bernardi, who is setting up a genuinely conservative political movement, reminiscent of Trump’s. Tonight we talk about his plans.

I'll also show you my fascinating conversation with the former leader of Australia's Labour Party (that's like Australia's NDP). Mark Latham, as you'll see, has been what the kids would call "red pilled":

His eyes have opened to the nature of the new authoritarian left.

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commented 2017-05-03 14:18:27 -0400
The Soros evil is everywhere. Orban is doing a great favour to his country by denouncing him and his NGO’s and university. Here in Canada, our Trudope is too happy to give him our immigration policies, so that the billionaire can one day speculate on our economy and make more billions out of it, on the back of millions of Canadians.
commented 2017-05-03 04:06:01 -0400
Looks like a lot of work went into preparing these trips.
commented 2017-05-03 01:39:39 -0400
Sky News should be renamed Red Sky News, the UK version anyway. They are worse than the CBC.

Good Show tonight Ezra, the morons at the CBC will be drooling.
commented 2017-05-03 00:36:27 -0400
I enjoy the expansion of The Rebel; It ensures that we learn the truth as to the type of thinking in these countries.
I also notice the name Rebel sometimes lifts eyebrows and makes some people step back a little. A perfect example is some of our Conservative Leadership Candidates that don’t want to be interviewed by The Rebel.
What if the name was " The Freedom Media". Definitely Politicians etc. wouldn’t feel that they were walking into a trap, and spreading freedom is basically what The Rebel is doing.
commented 2017-05-02 23:19:46 -0400
I wish him luck but nanny state submissiveness seems to have atrophied OZ.

The skinny is that OZ is the experimental grounds for commonwealth globalist socialist Feudalism.
commented 2017-05-02 22:59:52 -0400
I got to attend said conference and watching the Hungarian politician speak on the panel, railing on against Putin, was a little disturbing. While I support his right to speak, his support of Soros, which is highlighted in the interview, made me question him and his ideals.
commented 2017-05-02 22:26:56 -0400
Yes, the Freedom & Liberty Train has left the station – and is making a Global trip! Bolsheviks beware – you ain’t got what it takes for the fare – so in Historical fashion – now is the time to go blow your brains out – your rhetoric is no longer of anyone’s concern.
We are the Majority!
commented 2017-05-02 21:48:06 -0400
It’s an uphill battle. Ya keep doing it. Eventually wisdom will overcome knowledge God is love. God is truth. Truth is love.
“Love each other as I have loved you.”
Keep praying for peace.
commented 2017-05-02 21:05:35 -0400
Latham struck me as a labour politician who was like the old style western rural socialist in Canada. I think those rural socialists would be standing beside Latham wondering WTF. The devolution of democratic liberal principles is a few years behind in Australia compared to us who are still a few years behind Britain, hopefully we can both learn and stop the devolution.

Regarding Mr. Levant’s interview with the Hungarian politician, I think he gave up a great potential career as a barrister to pursue his journalistic passion. Certainly, I would want him examining witnesses on my behalf as a client.
commented 2017-05-02 21:04:13 -0400
- People throughout the West are sick of political correctness & failed globalist policies. People are starting to wake up to what’s going on. It looks like Australia is getting some solid Conservative & Libertarian leadership while getting a Rebel team at just the right time.

- With all due respect to the Hungarian politician – If forced to make the choice I’d take Putin over Soros any day. Soros collects politicians like Obama, Clinton, Trudeau & now this guy.

- Globalism needs to be fought on a global scale. The Rebel should expand wherever it makes sense to expand. The larger & more widespread The Rebel is, the harder it’ll be to silence it.
commented 2017-05-02 20:55:19 -0400
Hurray! The Rebel takes over the world!
commented 2017-05-02 20:53:55 -0400
Canada first, but then the world.