We're having fun but working hard in Marrakech Morocco at the UN climate change conference. We're striving to bring you the other side of these globalist control soirees that you'll never see anywhere else in the mainstream media.
But have you ever wondered why you don’t see the other side of the story from journalists on the ground? They can’t. It’s in the official code of conduct for journalists who work here.
“No activity derisory to the UN, any of their Member States, organizations or any individual or criticism that would go against basic rules of decorum is allowed” and “UN Security reserves the right to revoke previously issued permissions for media actions any time if the security conditions so require.”
Journalists can’t do anything insulting or scornful towards the UN, or any of the member states or they will revoke accreditations. Calling Environment Minister Catherine McKenna a flake could get us booted out of here.
When the UN touts consensus, is it really consensus if a journalist has no choice but to favourably report on what happens here? Is it really consensus if we have to be propagandists and not critics?
But don’t worry. This official muzzling policy isn't working on us at The Rebel and it’s never going to work on us. You’re going to see what we see.
We are here to tell the truth - no matter who we are talking about.
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