We’re just a little Internet start-up, in little Canada, but boy, have we made some powerful enemies.
The United Nations tried to ban us from sending a reporter to last year's global warming conference in Morocco. We showed up anyway, and they caved in.
Well, they regretted that. Because reporter Sheila Gunn Reid showed what a bunch of hypocrites these "climate change" lobbyists are.
They weren't about to make the same mistake again:
They banned Sheila this year.
But we don’t obey the UN — that's the CBC’s job.
As you'll see all week at RebelUN.com, Sheila will do more real journalism on the UN from outside the conference gates than any of the Media Party will do from inside.
The Canadian delegation has 161 people in it. All on your dime.
On the other hand, the United States has only a token contingent there. Donald Trump pulled out.
He's not interested in shutting down U.S. oil, gas or coal. In fact, U.S. greenhouse gas emissions have fallen more than any other nation's, without America signing any "climate change" treaties.
U.S. emissions peaked over ten years ago. But then fracking made clean, plentiful natural gas so cheap that power companies started burning it instead of coal. No bans, no taxes, no laws, excdept the law of supply and demand.
But Justin Trudeau isn't smart enough to go along with that trend. He killed the $36 billion British Columbia LNG deal. No problem — Trump just signed a $43 billion deal to sell LNG natural gas from Alaska.
Canadians should get ready for a national recession, just like Pierre Trudeau caused when he brought in the first National Energy Program.
But hey — it won’t affect the 161 delegates partying on the taxpayers dime one bit, will it...?
NEXT: Edmonton Sun columnist Lorne Gunter joins me to talk about the "air of unreality" that hovers around all these UN Climate Change Conferences.
We laugh about this year's official "feminist" agenda, and some "lowlights" from previous conferences. Gunter calls the delegates "the new Marie Antoinettes."
THEN: Bradley Martin is a Senior Fellow with the Haym Salomon Center, and deputy editor for the Canadian Institute for Jewish Research.
He and I discuss his provocative op-ed in the Jerusalem Post, called "Excusing Jew-Hatred in Canada."
FINALLY: Your messages to me!