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EXCLUSIVE: Radical Wet’suwet’en Chief Frank Alec beats wife, negotiates with feds


Keean Bexte — Wet’suwet’en Chief Frank Alec rocketed to fame earlier this week when he stood next to Minister Carolyn Bennett, saying they have reached a deal on “rights and title” regarding the GasLink pipeline.

Frank Alec is a wife beater. In 1999 he was charged and pled guilty to domestic assault, which he committed in 1998.


Indigenous GasLink blockade “the only card left to play”: Local First Nations woman talks environment, opioids, economy


Keean Bexte — Contrary to reports saying the RCMP have retreated out of the Crown Land west of Houston, British Columbia, they remain on active duty patrolling the roadway ensuring remains clear.

All of the blockades along the way to the #CoastalGasLink worksite have been cleared, and the only remaining resistance is a small lot at kilometre 24 staffed by three masked protesters.

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“Canadians just want to work”: Foresters hold a peaceful anti-blockade demonstration at BC legislature


Keean Bexte Forestry workers descended on the British Columbia legislature in Victoria this week, just hours after radical activists had threatened the premier with citizen’s arrest in his own driveway.

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Quizzing anti-pipeline blockaders on what’s in the pipeline


Keean Bexte — Naturally, Rebel News had to confirm the idiocy of the movement that has kneecapped the nation, so we went to Victoria’s Government Shutdown day to observe.

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We were not surprised by what we found.


K’omoks First Nation denounce “non-indigenous” protesters for blocking highway


Keean Bexte — Amid widespread resentment for the perpetrators of the nationwide blockades that Canadians are going through, the K’òmoks First Nation is distancing themselves from protesters who they say are using their name to raise trouble.

I was only the second reporter in the entire country to cross the RCMP checkpoint at the notorious Wet’suwet’en Coastal GasLink pipeline protest last month.

With the help of a security team, I headed deep into the exclusion zone to speak face-to-face with these radicals. (You can see those videos by scrolling down this page.)

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UPDATE: Vancouver police arrest protesters blockading port in support of fake First Nation


Keean Bexte — Protesters have been playing musical chairs with police throughout the Vancouver area as they illegally blockade several of the city’s ports to show solidarity for the Wet’suwet’en Coastal GasLink pipeline blockaders.

But the tide has turned.

Early yesterday morning, Vancouver police moved in quickly to arrest more than 30 protesters who have been illegally occupying an intersection near the inner-city port.

This sets an example to police departments across the country who are facing similar issues as narrow-minded anti-pipeline protesters continue to hold the country ransom for wanting to build a legal pipeline.

I was only the second reporter in the entire country to cross the RCMP checkpoint at the notorious Wet’suwet’en Coastal GasLink pipeline protest last month.

With the help of a security team, I headed deep into the exclusion zone to speak face-to-face with these radicals. (You can see those videos by scrolling down this page.)

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UPDATE: Coastal GasLink protester IDENTIFIED — and he’s from Ontario!


Keean Bexte — Contrary to what it seems like in the mainstream media, it looks like white guys are calling the shots at the “Indigenous blockade” of the Coastal GasLink pipeline in Smithers, BC:

I was only the second reporter in the entire country to cross the RCMP checkpoint at this notorious pipeline protest and head deep into the exclusion zone to speak face-to-face with these radicals.

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Keean Bexte (January 16, 2020) — After returning to the warmth of my hotel room in Smithers, BC, I spoke to Ezra Levant about my investigation into this fake First Nation blockade:


Keean Bexte (January 15, 2020) — Foreign-funded eco-terrorists are blockading one of Canada’s last energy lifelines.

Tens of thousands of jobs in Western Canada depend on getting our resources to market, and a small band of radicals are stopping us.

I was only the second reporter in the entire country to cross an RCMP checkpoint at the notorious Coastal GasLink pipeline protest and head deep into the exclusion zone to speak face-to-face with these radicals.

Here, check out my first video from the scene:

The mainstream media has been swooning over these blockaders, but they’re members of a fake Indian band known as the Wet’suwet’en Society. In fact, they call themselves a corporation and receive foreign funding! 

I also learned that these eco-bandits are hypocrites, having laid lethal traps that could kill law enforcement and journalists like myself — tire bombs and widow-makers, they call them, trees ready to fall indiscriminately on people and vehicles with just a slight breeze. 

It’s dangerous territory up here, but we got what we came for — and we are working on associating identities with the folks we found. This story will develop very quickly.


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Keean Bexte (January 14, 2020) — I have been dispatched to a notorious pipeline protest at the construction site of the Coastal GasLink pipeline project near Smithers, B.C.

This pipeline is heading from Dawson Creek, B.C. to Kitimat, B.C., following a similar geographical line to other pipeline construction attempts. (Remember Northern Gateway? The same place.)

But instead of oil, the Coastal GasLink pipeline will export Canadian natural gas, running through a number of First Nations territories after each signed an agreement that would lead to money and jobs in return for the pipeline. Every single one — including the Wet’suwet’en.  

You might have seen my report on the Wet’suwet’en Society from last year. They are a group who rely on mainstream media incompetence to appear legitimate. In fact, they are not a legal Indian band — and they call themselves a corporation and receive foreign funding.

But by using the Wet’suwet’en name, these eco-radicals appear to be furthering the narrative that the pipeline blockaders are legitimate and hold some sort of right to the land that the pipeline is being built on, when all they have done is set up a makeshift camp to protest the pipeline’s construction. In other words: I think they’re a Fake First Nation

That’s why I’ve flown to northern B.C. to go behind enemy lines, so-to-speak, in search of answers. Rebel News has covered my airfare and travel expenses, and I’ve travelled with an ex-military security team to ensure my safety, so this trip won’t be cheap — but I think this is a story of vital importance.

If a Fake First Nation can blockade a pipeline project and effectively limit our nation’s energy potential without scrutiny, what’s next?

Do you believe in my quest to tell the other side of the story and to search for answers? If so, can you help us out? Unlike the CBC, we don’t receive a dime in government funding — we rely on ordinary, law-abiding Canadians to cover the costs of our journalism. So, if you think this story is worth telling, please use the form below to chip in. Thank you!

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