January 10, 2019

EXCLUSIVE: Trudeau is illegally hiding his dealings with billionaire George Soros

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

I want to know what role George Soros plays in deciding immigration policy for the Canadian government.

According to an Angus Reid poll, 80 per cent of Canadians want immigration to be kept where it is, or even reduced. Only 6 per cent of Canadians want immigration increased.

But Trudeau and his immigration minister, Ahmed Hussen, have announced that they plan to jack numbers up to more than a million in the next three years — almost half of whom will be refugees or other drains on our social services.

So it’s obviously not the Canadian public that’s making the decision. Has Trudeau given Soros control over that?

That’s not a conspiracy theory or a speculation. It’s what happened, as we've reported before:

In September 2016, the Trudeau government partnered with Soros' Open Society Foundations to increase the number of "refugees" entering Canada.

What exactly is the agreement?

To find out, we sent a simple letter (see below) to the immigration department, under the Access to Information Law:

Regarding the agreement between the government of Canada, the UNHCR and the Open Society Foundation to launch a joint initiative aimed at increasing private sponsorship of refugees around the world, as announced at the below link, please provide copies of all background and supporting policy documents. Include copies of any agreements involved. Provide only final or latest versions of documents.

And they wrote back:

Following a thorough search of our information holdings, I regret to inform you that no records were found that respond to your request.


The government can’t do anything without a dozen bureaucrats being involved, without forms being filled out in triplicate. But they say there’s not a word.

Do you believe them?

I don’t.

They’re lying. We’re appealing this refusal — you can’t even call it a refusal, since they’re not saying they have info, but they’re just refusing to give it. They’re claiming there’s nothing to give.

The Access to Information law is clear: if there are relevant records, I have the right to be told that; and unless there is a special exemption, such as for national security, I have a right to see them.

They have not invoked any such exemption. They claim there’s nothing.

If Stephen Harper had signed an agreement, and told the world he was working on oil and gas policy with some American billionaire, you’d never hear the end of it. And if Harper would have said there are no records of this agreement, people would call him a liar, and of course they’d be right.

But it’s Trudeau. And it’s Soros. And it’s for mass immigration.

And the media is on Trudeau’s payroll now — and it seems a few of them may be on Soros’s payroll, too, if Europe is any guide.

So, yeah. I’m guessing my show tonight is the only place you’ll hear about this...

NEXT: I'm pleased to welcome back National Post columnist Barbara Kay, to talk about two gender related news stories:

A startling new study of the so-called "wage gap," as well as the American Psychological Association's' first ever guidelines to "help psychologists work with men and boys."

FINALLY: Your messages to me!


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commented 2019-01-22 20:43:50 -0500
The Script, ah, yes, the script u here do speak of: VATICAN, dear ezra, strange as it may be to yr ‘rc’ ears, vatican started thousands of yrs ago, now new help on way-Soros, Trudeau, perfectly suited, just like the pope, to whitewash murder and the inquisition (now w a new name, but all the same old tactics-e.g. court without the accused, and never give the name of accuser or the charges) U c sooo much, but u have this one lack (two actually, God is no. one): vatican, VATICAN, vatican, they never stop, not for one minute, one second, Visigoths, Ostrogoths, hundred yrs war, 30 yrs war, all the wars (so The Word of God says, & all Christians), Islam all of this to rid world of ….wait for it: C H R I S T I A N S-those not accepting the pope; u gotta get this, Ezra, much prayer is behind u, God will bless u, u r indeed blessed, and u can c; all u finger now r the figures fronting the pope, who smiles amiably, and all his puppets do so…..UNTIL they put into practice the true plans as written down kill all opposed to the pope, ALL. The pope owns the whole world, all the earth and everyone in it, do u not know that, Ezra? Documents attest so. He alone can save yr soul, that of all of the ‘children’ of God, he IS GOD, Vicar of Christ, reigning in the stead of Christ (Messiah). Not openly, no, this is hidden knowledge, but u can easily c it, the documents r plentiful, u dig for them, as u do for so many others, or more simply God (The Truth) will enlighten u -yes, Jesus, The Jew, has come, He fulfilled His Mission on earth, He is returning w a New Mission. He wrote a Book, a tell-all, but it is 100% accurate, His People will be protected and saved, He preserves them, and His Word (The Last Word is His). Prayers r made for u daily, u will triumph, in Him, one day……‘be brave’, He says to Joshua (times 3).
commented 2019-01-12 11:57:39 -0500
ZUZANA SIMPSON commented 1 day ago
I never wanted to have kids until I met my late husband. I admired his self confidence, quick wittedness and aloofness that I couldn’t have for myself but wanted to repeat into the next generation that I had a child with him.
ZuzN, your comment reminded me of a line out of a Waylon Jennings song;

“She knew she had to see that look on a child of her own”.

commented 2019-01-11 20:18:31 -0500
Whoah, missed the Sonnet 12.
Umm…. You can get over zealous in that department. You should only bite off what you can chew.
I know if I had more kids, I’d get bitter because I’d feel I could not provide for them what they needed like my time.
Its okay to celebrate the passing of time & accepting your mortality.
commented 2019-01-11 17:10:07 -0500
Al Peterson Fallacious Finest is a very apt and funny description of Justin. NICE!
commented 2019-01-11 16:51:39 -0500
Let`s add George Soros to Justine`s Facebook Friends list: Christopher Ingvaldson, Peter Dalglish, Clare Bronfman, etcetera. You know you can always judge a person by their friends…and what they do…what they think…`evil things and stuff…!`
commented 2019-01-11 16:29:09 -0500
Good question Ron, why does the CPC not have anything to say about the Soros connection? Because they are all in on it? Tweedledum and Tweedledee have both got to go. Soros should be banned from the country as Hungary has done, as well as any dealings with him made illegal. Canadians don’t want his dirty money or his dirty plans to drop kick our country into a ditch. Whatever Soros touches starts to fester and rot. As long as he is involved in our business we need to hear about him everyday, until every Canadian realises what is going on with these omnipotent elites and the political puppets we seem to keep electing into power over us.
commented 2019-01-11 13:27:27 -0500
My thoughts after watching the Barbara Kay segment:
…and we all just sat there in our well earned complacency, apathy, wealth and ease and fiddled while Rome burnt…

When she cited the article and paraphrased that ‘boys need fixing’, what ‘they’ meant was that for the New World Order to work, the boys need to be emasculated!

This cowboy’s hanging on to his, thankyouverymuch!.
While I am duly impressed and appreciative of having Shakespeare read aloud on THEREBEL, the thing I like best about Shakespeare isn’t his words, it’s hearing a professional, Shakespearean actor reciting those words…it’s magical!
For example, Gielgud and Sonnet XII:
As for your Soros monologue: The Trudeau Liberal regime is LYING!
This is the face of modern totalitarian global fascism manifesting!
commented 2019-01-11 13:19:13 -0500
Robert McClelland…"I think Trump would be more than pleased to put an end to interference in American elections by Soros funded organizations. "
Two or 3 months ago, I was watching NBC and they showed Trump and Soros in the same meeting room, with 40 other people. (I believe it was in Europe) Soros gave Trump a light compliment from across the table, and Trump told him to, “Go To Hell”
commented 2019-01-11 13:00:50 -0500
Karen MacLeod——Regarding Canada’s Finances, you brought up a good point that frustrates me; that being the true cost" of the Border Jumpers, Refugees, Migrants or what ever else the Liberals call them. I left out true Immigrants as we want and need them, that’s why we invite them.
On the few occasions that the MSM talk about the cost of the people we let in, they only talk about one aspect of the cost. For example, the other day they said processing the Quebec Border Jumpers only cost 3 million, which is nothing for a rich country like Canada. How about telling us about all the costs. With the Syrian people enjoying their rest, while being 80 to 90% unemployed, plus the jumpers, the costs must be over a BILLION a year. We won’t even count the imaginary $50,000 per family that no one except The Rebel seems to knows about. If it were true, half of Africa would be coming up the St. Lawrence in old freighters.

We need the Quebec Media to help us add up the true costs of Refugees, Migrants
and Border Jumpers. This is why The Rebel needs someone like Eric Duhaime to report the Quebec numbers.

The truth is probably Ottawa doesn’t have a clue of even how many migrants are here, let alone the costs.
commented 2019-01-11 12:24:43 -0500
Here is something else you should be looking into in connection to Soros meddling in Canada.

How Canada ended up with Justin Trudeau

It’s true that voters get tired of incumbents. But in Canada’s case, and this is worth noting, Trudeau was elected because of massive foreign funding, from the likes of the rabidly left-wing and secretive Tides Foundation, linked to George Soros and radical environmental movements.

commented 2019-01-11 11:29:43 -0500
Item #3 in that agreement with Soros aligns with the U.N.’s Global Compact on Migration. Trudeau was just getting a head start.

Knowing what we (and every politician should) know about Soros, I was disappointed that there was not even a whimper from the Conservative Caucus at the time that the agreement was made with Soros.
commented 2019-01-11 11:20:06 -0500
Soros should be in prison for all the death he was responsible for . Fud looks like he had more than 1 joint with Trudeau and Soros . Bought and paid for . Should get the banking records to see the pay off .
I know some one who’s mother told her kids she regretted having children . Non of the 4 in the family ever had children . That’s what these psyco’s want for the end game .
Children are a blessing unless you are selfish . Grand kids x2
commented 2019-01-11 10:59:10 -0500
Great show Ezra. Thanks to Thee for reading, Shakespeare. Sure takes the edge of all the gloom a doom! Don’t apologize for the Old English.
commented 2019-01-11 09:33:34 -0500
I think Soros admired Hitler’s “basic dictatorship”.
commented 2019-01-11 09:32:50 -0500
RON JOSEPH commented 8 hours ago.
Good research Ron, shows the Liberals for what they are……Bloody Con Artists.
commented 2019-01-11 08:37:19 -0500
The irony is that PM Butts is working with Soros, but he claims his political opponents are alt-right Nazis.
commented 2019-01-11 08:21:54 -0500
Soros had reached the age of reason by the time he worked for the Nazis. He knew what he was doing and he enjoyed it. He was a Nazi collaborator.
commented 2019-01-11 08:16:04 -0500
Soros has been driven from his native Hungary. Perhaps he will ousted from Europe next, if there is a European spring. I think Trump would be more than pleased to put an end to interference in American elections by Soros funded organizations. The guy who would really like to get his hands on Soros is Putin.
commented 2019-01-11 07:06:03 -0500
ZUZANA SIMPSON commented 5 hours ago
That’s really beautiful you see your spouse in your son & its a blessing to see that.
I have 4 kids and I see my spouse & I’s relatives in each one. We wonder about the last one though. A boy.
He’ll bloody fight everybody big or small. He’s a brawling thoroughbred fighter and I wonder about his safety to be that in this sexually politicized world.
More like I worry for the establishment a bit too when he’s finished with them. Bloody brilliant little guy too. Very proud mama right here.
commented 2019-01-11 06:45:20 -0500
Sorry, the link didn’t work. Its a pdf. I’ll summarize it through provinces.
Well, frig.
The only province that has a tripple A credit rating in 2017 is BC and the amount it borrowed is astronomical.
Ooooh shit.
commented 2019-01-11 06:34:34 -0500
Ron Joseph-
You know the Liberal counter arguement is there is no credit downgrade so we must be fine.
I think the Carbon tax is to offset any pitential credit downgrade while the gov’t spends wildly on global causes.
Right now we are at a tripple A credit rating but we recieved a black mark & higher interest bonds. Which is why taxes are going up to pay for a collapse. But that isn’t true because of the deficits the budget is running.
Canadians, each of us are going to be poor with a poor gov’t trying to repay what was borrowed on lavish spending for Globalism.
The money is simply gone. Not to Canadians but to pay everybody else for a huge debt we agreed to w little to no repayment.
How many provinces got a credit downgrade plus they have to fund how many refugees? How much of the budget is that?
With the Liberals, there is no open market. The Liberals ARE the market.
They’re already spending billions bailing out Canadians from huge tax increases.
This is truly gross.
commented 2019-01-11 05:46:16 -0500
“…80 per cent of Canadians want immigration to be kept where it is, or even reduced. "

Yet during the last federal election, two-thirds of the electorate voted for the Liberals, NDP, or Greens; parties that openly campaigned to increase immigration numbers.

Canada: old Seneca word meaning “many stupid papoose”.
commented 2019-01-11 02:10:27 -0500
Thank you Ron Joseph for posting “reality” and “facts”… unlike the “spin” that is shamelessly posted each and every day as being so… Some people are indeed going to “burn in hell” somewhere down the road for their deliberate disinformation; perhaps no sooner than their children’s and grandchildren’s generation to realize they were talking deliberate bullshit…
commented 2019-01-11 02:03:12 -0500
Trudeau is complying with the UNGCM paragraph you quoted. By denying you the requested documents via the FOI request, he is simply “stopping allocation of…material support to media outlets that” do not promote open migration.
Next up, will Trudeau and his tech giant pals pick the Rebel as the next media outlet to deplatform (deny material support)?
commented 2019-01-11 02:01:19 -0500
ZUZANA SIMPSON—i have never heard of the rewards of having children described so sincerely. Perhaps you will see him again.
commented 2019-01-11 01:50:27 -0500
Soros is vile. Is he the Antichrist?:
“the Antichrist is the end-times false messiah who seeks, and likely achieves, world domination so that he can destroy Israel and all followers of Jesus Christ”
“The rider on a white horse (representing his claim to be a man of peace) in Revelation 6:2.”

In the eyes of Trudeau and all the other leaders who worship him, he is the true messiah.

“Likely claiming to be the true Messiah, the Antichrist will seek world domination and will attempt to destroy all followers of Jesus Christ and the nation of Israel.”

commented 2019-01-11 01:40:11 -0500
Conversation of the future:
“So, do you have any children?”
“Oh no, I aborted mine, what about you?”
commented 2019-01-11 01:37:28 -0500
Keith Barnes 1 hr ago——Good video on the secret of Trudeau’s Financial mess that is ignored or miss-led by the MSM. I can’t believe CTV’s Financial Woman Lovic-Reid; whenever someone mentions Justin ‘s plans for the economy, she smiles, giggles and moves in her seat weirdly. Then she lies on how good things are going.
Here is what The Fraser Institute thinks of Canada’s near future. Only 10 big problems.

Year-end facts Canadians need to know
by Niels Veldhuis and Milagros Palacios
To hear many Canadian politicians tell it, everything in Canada is rosy. Take for example recent comments by federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau as he delivered his government’s Fall Economic Statement: “Canada’s economy is strong and growing… our plan to grow the economy is working.” While the Finance Minister is certainly entitled to his own opinion, what about the facts? As we end 2018, here are 10 year-end facts Canadians should understand and consider:
1. Investment, which is critical for future prosperity and job-creation, has collapsed and Canadians are increasingly investing in other countries. Specifically, foreign investment in Canada is down 55 per cent over the past five years while Canadian investment abroad has increased by 74 per cent.
2. The Canadian economy has managed to expand by merely 2.1 per cent in the past year, nearly a full percentage point below the U.S (3.0 per cent). The government’s own Parliamentary Budget Officer projects the economy to grow at just 1.8 per cent next year and 1.5 per cent from 2020 to 2023, highlighting “headwinds” produced by the federal carbon tax.
3. The federal government continues to run significant deficits ($18 billion this year, growing to $20 billion next year) and apparently has no interest in balancing the budget. Indeed, the federal government’s own Department of Finance now projects the government will not balance the budget until 2045.
4. These perennial deficits are being run during a time of positive, albeit tepid, economic growth. If and when Canada’s economy slows down—or worse, hits a recession—the federal deficit could grow to $120 billion annually, depending on the severity of the recession and the government’s response.
5. Annual deficits and growing government debt has, and will continue, to create uncertainty for Canadian households and businesses about additional future tax increases.
6. Speaking of tax increases, while the federal government claimed it “cut taxes for middle-class Canadians everywhere,” in reality, 81 per cent of middle-class families in Canada now pay higher income taxes under the Trudeau government’s personal income tax changes—on average, $840 more a year.
7. All told, the total tax bill for the average Canadian family will exceed $38,000 in 2018, or 43.2 per cent of their income—more than what the average family spends on housing, food and clothing combined.
8. And that does not include the impact of the federal carbon tax. Canadians ought to be very critical of the federal government’s carbon tax because it’s not revenue neutral and it will be added on top of, rather than replacing, existing regulations. In addition, it may fail to reduce overall greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in part because some firms will relocate their activities to avoid the carbon tax.
9. While the carbon tax is especially damaging to Canada’s energy-intensive industries, the federal government has doubled down and made approvals of major energy projects more complex and uncertain. That is, the federal government is radically revising the process of assessing major infrastructure projects (including pipelines) by including a large number of subjective criteria (i.e. “gender” analysis and a reliance on Indigenous knowledge) during project assessment.
10. And if that were not enough, the federal and many provincial governments have also discouraged thousands of new businesses from starting due to higher income taxes. When governments raise the top personal income tax rate, they discourage entrepreneurs from taking risks and starting new businesses, which are vital for economic growth and prosperity and drive innovation. The federal government increased the top federal tax rate to 33 per cent from 29 per cent, and Ontario, Alberta, British Columbia and other provinces have also increased their top provincial rates. Seven of our 10 provinces now have a top combined federal-provincial rate above 50 per cent.

As we celebrate the end of 2018 and look forward to 2019, let’s hope we see a refocus on policies that will actually improve the economy and lives of Canadians.

The Fraser Institute is an independent Canadian public policy research and educational organization with offices in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto and Montreal.