August 08, 2018

After Infowars purge, list of next targets includes two former Rebels — which means us, too

Rebel Staff

Alex Jones and Infowars. You can love them or hate them. They’ve published more than 10,000 videos. And YouTube just deleted them all. Jones and his company were also kicked off Facebook and other giant social media platforms, all on the same day.

Why all of Jones' videos? Not all of them were controversial, let alone possibly breaking some rule or law.

Because Alex Jones is sometimes rude or wrong? We all are sometimes.

Because he promotes conspiracy theories? You mean like... Hillary Clinton's lie about Benghazi?

We still haven't been told the exact reason.

Plus, when we prosecute someone in court, we are suing them for an action they did. It’s not the very human being himself we oppose. Even after a public trial, with charges and testimony and a sentence — we don’t just make someone disappear. But that's in effect what happened to Alex Jones.

Even Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter, expressed these same concerns yesterday, as I'll show you tonight.

But the purge of conservatives isn't over. The left-liberal website Vox is pretty mainstream — it’s actually partly owned by NBC, which poured $200 million into it. Tens of millions more from venture capitalists. Here's what they wrote today:

"It's not just Alex Jones: YouTube's most extreme creators are pushing the platform into a tough debate and censorship and free speech on the internet."

And their handy list of people they think are “extreme” includes two Rebel alumni: Lauren Southern and Gavin McInnes, both of whom have moved on from us, but their Rebel work is listed as "extreme.

I can guarantee you that The Rebel Media itself is on a hit list, too — if our alumni and our friends are on one.

We’ll keep fighting. You know we will.

And if one day you simply stop seeing us — well, you know that it won’t be because we’ve decided not to fight.

It’s because, like Alex Jones, we’ve been de-personed...

NEXT: Manny Montenegrino, President of Think Sharp Inc., joins me to talk about Saudi Arabia picking a fight with Justin Trudeau and Canada.

THEN: Lorne Gunter, Senior Columnist at the Edmonton Sun, comes on to discuss the unsurprising fact that, since the government took over, the TransMountain pipeline is behind schedule and over budget.

FINALLY: Your messages to me!


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commented 2018-08-08 21:14:02 -0400
Far be it from me to defend Trudeau, but he was right to tweet what he did. KSA is a cruel dictatorship and deserves our ill will. The tweet also re-enforces our values, especially for the benefit of newcomers. However, the hypocrisy of not criticizing Iran, China, Cuba and other countries is real.
But you and Manny are right about Trudeau being the world’s weakest leader, thus KSA is making an example out of us.
Justin (and apparently Andrew Scheer too) are okay with lying down and taking it without reciprocal actions. Why not take actions against this vile theocracy like Justin took against our best friend and world’s strongest democracy – USA?
With Justin and Andrew as our only PM’s for now and in the future, us Canadians best keep our mouths shut and slither off into a dark corner like the snowflake nation we’ve become.
And to think not too long ago Canada and Canadians were admired by the world as brave, principled, and honorable.
commented 2018-08-08 21:11:35 -0400
Trudeau sure is a fopdoodle. Being prime minister is no entry level job and I believe he will never be ready for the job’s challenges. It’s all the more reason we need to keep telling the big truth until the next election results roll in. People need to see how his idiotic ideas will impact them personally. Foreign affairs don’t matter to families like carbon taxes and reduced tax refunds do. Trudeau has the gold mine but we need to give him the shaft.
commented 2018-08-08 21:07:01 -0400
Looks like when The Rebel gets deplatformed, we might have to use other means of communications. I’m glad I still have my old CB radio. They can jam us and direction-find us but they can’t shut down descent. Just look at Iran.
commented 2018-08-08 21:00:45 -0400
The Left:

Think of the Leftist Tyrants and the Rabid Segment Of The brainwashed Sheep as General Chang and the Cloaked, Klingon Bird of Prey in Star Trek 6: The Undiscovered Country…….

The Right:

and us, on the Right as Captain Spock and Dr. McCoy, Arming a Heat-Seeking Photon Torpedo and Captain Kirk asking “ Where’s that xxxx Torpedo ? “
McCoy “ it’s all Armed, Jim – lock and load “
Kirk “ Fire! “


Let the Left have their Temper Tantrum – they’ll go down! – Covfefe!

Patriot Strong! Judeo-Christian Strong!

commented 2018-08-08 20:44:35 -0400
I came across a very interesting article today, it was published by New American titled , Critics Slam Congress for Creating an Orwellian “Ministry of Truth” Dec. 15/16 (since the publication, Rex Tillerson is gone)

Here in an excerpt from paragraph two.
“The deeply controversial legislation, approved by the U.S. Senate on December 8, was not voted on as a stand-alone bill, but was instead buried deep inside the 1,576-page National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2017. Because the NDAA funds the military and is considered “must pass” by lawmakers with little regard for the oath they took to the Constitution, Big Government-loving politicians often sneak outlandish schemes into the NDAA that otherwise would almost certainly be rejected. In recent years, for example, they snuck a purported authorization for the military to indefinitely detain American citizens without charge or trial. That same ploy to sneak through totalitarian schemes appears to have occurred with the latest NDAA, with the Countering Disinformation and Propaganda Act stuck into the conference report and approved by huge margins, likely without even the knowledge of most lawmakers.”

Further into the article is, “Perhaps even more troubling is that the scheme aims to corrupt and co-opt existing media outlets and journalists, making all journalism suspect as Americans struggle to find out who is shilling for an increasingly radicalized Uncle Sam and who is not. The bill “establishes a fund to help train local journalists and provide grants and contracts to NGOs, civil society organizations, think tanks, private sector companies, media organizations, and other experts outside the U.S. government with experience in identifying and analyzing the latest trends in foreign government disinformation techniques.” Under the bill, then, the U.S. government will officially get into the business of buying and training propagandists to promote its agenda.”

The budget for this unconstitutional entity is 160 million.***********

H.R.5181 – Countering Foreign Propaganda and Disinformation Act of 2016, this Bill was signed by Obama on Dec.23/16 This will allow censorship and left wing views to be central, calling conservative views “russian bots” “foreign disinformation” and whatever other labels they come up with to silence.

2d Session
H. R. 5181
To counter foreign disinformation and propaganda, and for other purposes.

Isn’t it odd this bill is speaking in very vague terms, without defining “and for other purposes”

Link below
commented 2018-08-08 20:31:28 -0400
It’s a cyber assignation.
commented 2018-08-08 20:13:17 -0400
I say that by early next year, Rebel media will be kicked off all those places. Probably at the hands of Justin Trudeau preparing for the election.

Anybody here want to wager a prediction of how long before rebel media is removed?