I’m pleased to announce that The Rebel is expanding coverage of the United Nations.
We’re going to send a team of four reporters to another UN conference — their nanny state conference being held next month in New Delhi, India.
We’ll be sending fan favourites Faith Goldy and Lauren Southern. And a two-person crew, our managing producer Hannah Vanderkooy and our cameraman and editor Oliver Mackenzie.
It's the World Health Organization’s big conference — called the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control.
It’s the nanny state equivalent to the big UN global warming conference in Marrakesh. But it’s not just about smoking — it’s a template for global taxes and regulations on soft drinks, snack foods, salt, anything the UN wants to regulate.
If you believe in our trip to Delhi, and our plans to cover more of the UN, then please help us out by crowdfunding the expenses for our trip.
Unlike the CBC, who get $1.5 billion each year from taxpayers courtesy of Justin Trudeau, we’re 100% user-supported. So if you don’t think this is a good idea, we won’t do it — we can’t afford to do it without you.
But if you do think it’s important that we cover the UN — if you think they need a good dose of independent journalism, please click here and make a donation.
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