On August 25, 2023, Avi Yemini, Rebel News’ chief Australia correspondent, joined Ezra Levant on The Ezra Levant Show to discuss the first event of his tour for his new book, “A Rebel From the Start.” This tour will encompass Australia and New Zealand. Ezra was curious about the book and why Avi chose a specific church in Auckland with a large Maori congregation as the venue for his first tour event.
Avi explained that this was his opportunity to address the things that have been said about him throughout the years. He wanted to give people the chance to hear his side of the story directly from him. Regardless of whether individuals were haters or supporters, Avi wanted them to listen and form their own opinions based on his words.
Choosing the particular church in Auckland was strategic. Avi knew that this church had stood strong during the lockdowns and had faced numerous smears. They were fearless and unafraid of cancellation or intimidation. Avi believed that Rebels stick together and that only through collective fighting could they stand against the global elites.
Ezra ended the discussion with a speculative question. He acknowledged that there are many New Zealanders rooting for Avi and the need for an alternative narrative in the country. However, Ezra also pointed out that there are establishment figures and activists who would try to stop Avi. He questioned whether Avi was concerned about potential physical protests or worse during his time in New Zealand.
Avi reassured Ezra that they had brought a bodyguard with them to ensure their safety. They were prepared and determined not to be intimidated or chased out of the country. Avi’s mission in New Zealand was to fight for the truth and stand up for the rights of New Zealanders.
Overall, Avi Yemini’s book tour for “A Rebel From the Start” is set to make an impact in Australia and New Zealand. By choosing a strong church in Auckland as the venue for his first event, Avi aims to inspire Rebels to unite against the powerful global elites. Despite potential opposition, Avi remains dedicated to staying and fighting for New Zealanders’ rights, refusing to be silenced or deterred.