December 10, 2018

The Rebel goes to two different UN conferences at once — because no other media will report the truth

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

There are not one by two major United Nations conferences going on right now. In Katowice, Poland, the annual UN global warming conference is on. And in Marrakech, Morocco, there’s a conference on the UN Global Compact for Migration.

We have sent a reporter to each — and we hope to cover the cost of that through crowdfunding. If you can help, please do, at We’ll also have all of our videos from the trips posted there.

The global warming conference is one of our specialities. Back in 2015, when the conference was held in Paris, it looked like carbon taxes, global warming schemes, it looked like it was a done deal. 

Well, that’s changed. As our own Jack Buckby and Martina Markota documented so vividly last weekend, that beautiful city of Paris, where all of Trudeau and McKenna’s dreams came is now ablaze with riots and tear gas as the people rise up against, yes, the carbon tax.

The yellow jack protests are now spreading through Europe, not just against the tax, but against the sort of top-down UN-style fiats and dictates. It’s really the same species of populist rebellion as the UK’s Brexit, I think.

And so we’ve sent Sheila Gunn Reid to the climate conference in Katowice, Poland — and again, what a change that is. Poland, now has nationalist populist government, and is against these green schemes and investing in coal.

The Morocco conference on global migration is scarier to me.

A carbon tax is awful, but you can repeal it. But if you bring in millions or tens of millions of people, you can’t just push a button and undo that.

This UN compact for migration includes provisions to silence dissent about this issue, and the media is calling opponents of the deal "far right." Switzerland is far right? Israel pulled out — Are they far right?

The Rebel Media has been telling you the truth about the UN migration compact all along. When we do, Justin Trudeau and his immigration minister call this "a conspiracy theory."

They hate what we’re saying. They hate that David Menzies is over there in Morocco. They tried to have him banned.

Only David is going to play it straight from Morocco — and only Sheila will play it straight from Poland.

That’s why we have to send our reporters there.

Our tiny little news network, low budget, homemade, crowdfunding the costs from you, our dear viewers. That’s why we have to do it. And I promise you, we will.

Go to every day as Sheila and David bring you the truth about the United Nations — what they don’t want you to hear.

NEXT: Sheila Gunn Reid and David Menzies join me tonight via Skype with their first reports.

FINALLY: Your messages to me!


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commented 2018-12-12 16:02:59 -0500
I’ve watched all Rebel videos coming from these U.N. DISASTERS! I donated and glad I did.
The U.N. is trying, as you say, a “soft invasion” or Soft Loss of Sovereignty, more correctly.
McKenna is such a Narcissist!! Just like ALL LIBERALS, TRUDEAU, HUSSAN, ET.AL. IN Canadian Liberal Party!
What is the “Reports” of how great Trudoglodites who are most decidedly NOT for a LIBERTY???
commented 2018-12-11 13:10:43 -0500
- The 2 UN conferences are closely related. The carbon tax will be used to fund the migrant invasion. This has been going on in Europe for some time now – to the point where people can’t afford to live anymore – hence the riots going on right now. The Paris agreement was nonbinding yet they’re pushing through a carbon tax based on it so they can shove their “nonbinding” where the sun don’t shine.

- Funny how COP24 ended up in Poland (who the elite hate) instead of Paris (which is on fire) & their migrant conference is in Morocco, safely away from normal people. These elitists go to great lengths to isolate themselves from the little people.
commented 2018-12-11 02:55:07 -0500
Justin’s continued effort to brainwash us that indigenous people are against oil production is debunked very well by Roy Fox (Maikiinima), Chief of the Kainaiwa (Blood Tribe). He is a pioneer in First Nations self-management of their resources, and a former CEO of the Indian Resource Council. This is a good article to read.
commented 2018-12-11 02:28:14 -0500
Forum Research poll has federal Conservatives would win a majority if an election were held today. Conservatives have 43% support while the Liberals have 34%. NDP have 11%.

For those that still pontificate that Bernier is ahead in the game of criticizing immigration here is another reality check. Rempell has conducted news conferences and produced videos such as the example below prior to Max throwing his tantrum.
commented 2018-12-11 02:16:48 -0500
Keith, that is a good video.
commented 2018-12-11 01:01:04 -0500
God bless, Ezra. Good show. Thank you.
commented 2018-12-11 00:29:12 -0500
LONE STUBBLEJUMPER commented 2 hours ago
You know what Ezra? If Trudeau isn’t turfed at the next election, there won’t be anything left but our memories of a once fine country by the time he’s done…this business of picking up the pieces after a second Trudeau term…well, it’ll be ruined and the post national “Canada” will be a basket case with us living like third world refugees…
Hey Lone Stubblejumper, If The Groper wins I’ll meet you in Moose Jaw and we’ll burn him and Canada in effigy.
commented 2018-12-11 00:09:47 -0500
The Liberals ‘New World Vision’ reminds me of how Hitler Nazified Germany in the 1930’s. Media control was critical to Hitler’s success. It started with favoured status, gifts, free flights, luxury hotels, double ration coupons and access. But censorship increased, any journalists opposed to the narrative were kicked out or sent to re-education camps. Press freedom disappeared as Germans increasingly bought into the Nazi doctrine.

Here’s how an American journalist in Berlin described it shortly after the war started …
“Two months! What an age it seems. How dim in memory the time when there was peace. That world ended, and for me, on the whole, despite its faults, its injustices, its inequalities, it was a good one. I came of age in that one, and the life it gave was free, civilized, deepening, full of minor tragedy and joy and work and leisure. Rarely commonplace and never without hope.
And now darkness. A new world. Now the night.”

Canada’s only salvation is that enough Liberal voters wake up before the next election. Otherwise we will have to rely on America as the world did in WW II.
commented 2018-12-10 23:54:03 -0500
Below, off topic but….Need to know.
commented 2018-12-10 23:52:47 -0500
commented 2018-12-10 23:25:58 -0500
BETTY POWER commented 22 mins ago.
Maybe the yellow vest movement in France started off over the gas tax………

Red Sky News is reporting that the Yellow Jackets are all over France now and Macron is rescinding a lot of the Laws that were passed.
commented 2018-12-10 23:16:50 -0500
When Trudeau wins the next election, the first act that will pass through Parliament will be authority to enact a Rebel Roundup.
Best to stop him now.
commented 2018-12-10 22:55:42 -0500
Maybe the yellow vest movement in France started off over the gas tax, but the yellow vests now have a whole host of demands for things that they want changed. One thing I particularly like is that they want any important issues to be put to the people in referendums, and not just slipped by everyone by sly politicians who don’t want the public knowing the truth about what they’re doing. We should also be insisting on referendums here in Canada. Presumably, with referendums that people have to vote on, the people would have to understand the pros and cons of any issue. The power should be with the people. (The way we thought it was before Trudeau and his gang took office.)
commented 2018-12-10 22:31:55 -0500
You know what Ezra? If Trudeau isn’t turfed at the next election, there won’t be anything left but our memories of a once fine country by the time he’s done…this business of picking up the pieces after a second Trudeau term…well, it’ll be ruined and the post national “Canada” will be a basket case with us living like third world refugees…
commented 2018-12-10 21:45:27 -0500
E 411 was petition which created M103. It garnered almost 70,000.
commented 2018-12-10 21:42:32 -0500
By the way, it is still important to get someone who hasn’t signed E petition 1906, in opposition of this Global Migration compact, to do so. 56,090 people have signed so far. Not only do we need to surpass the tally of E411 , we need to empower whom ever has the conservative voice in Ottawa next year, with proof, on the record in our House, that hundreds of thousands of Canadians tried to tell Trudeau that they did not want him to sign this compact, so he can’t say Canadians wanted it. We don’t. Haul Grannie over to the computer and get her to sign.
Max Bernier has been against it from the very beginning and Scheer has finally promised to pull us out if he is elected.
commented 2018-12-10 21:39:32 -0500
Non binding, my posterior. It creates a legal framework that the signing country pledges to enforce by creating laws when necessary. In signing this compact, the UN can rule over a sovereign nation through the hand of its own leaders(traitors). It is a sell out any way you look at it. They are lying to us and blowing smoke when they say otherwise and accuse us for pointing out their lies. All you have to do it check out the actual agreement to know that they are lying.
commented 2018-12-10 21:32:27 -0500
BETTY POWER commented 24 mins ago
Famous last words on the Compact: “It’s non-binding.”


“It’s not binding”……oh but cheese is….saguay into dairy supply management………;-)
commented 2018-12-10 21:06:24 -0500
Famous last words on the Compact: “It’s non-binding.”
commented 2018-12-10 21:05:24 -0500
In a world without Walls and Fences, who needs Gates and Windows, right? Bill.
commented 2018-12-10 20:59:01 -0500
UN special representative for migration, Louise Arbour, a Canadian lawyer, prosecutor and jurist, slammed “xenophobic” terms like “illegal immigrant” which it said was behind “negative reactions” to the migration pact, as Latvia revealed it would be the latest nation to withdraw from the controversial agreement:
commented 2018-12-10 20:49:43 -0500
Good answer regarding climate change. It always changes. Let’s all remember that when some naive fool or smarty-pants person asks that dumb question.
commented 2018-12-10 20:13:08 -0500
commented 2018-12-10 20:08:44 -0500
If you believe in open borders and live in a gated community, you might be a liberal.