During a European Union press conference on Friday, MEP Cristian Terhes slammed Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau, “the way he’s behaving right now, he’s exactly like a tyrant, a dictator.” The Romanian representative accused Trudeau of acting like “Ceausescu in Romania”, the former Romanian communist dictator.
“If you raise doubts about the vaccines, you’re outcasted. So what’s the difference between what he [Trudeau] does and what happened under the Inquisition?” asked Terhes.
“See, on the one side, they say, ‘we should not believe in God’, but on the other side, they say, ‘believe in science. Science is not about belief. Science is about measurements, conclusions, hypotheses, and arguments. We got to a point now where even if you say something, if you raise any doubt, ….they label you,” said the MEP. “This is not okay.”
International Journalist Question Trudeau
MEP Cristian Terhes’ comments were in response to Journalist Anna van Densky from the Europe Diplomatic questioning Trudeau’s authoritarian actions. Canada is one of the EU’s official Strategic Partners.
Densky asked the MEP’s holding the conference in Strasbourg how they felt about Trudeau declaring “martial law to quell the protest of vaccine skeptics?” Is it ok for Canadians “to be kept without a lawyer for 90 days”, questioned the journalist? Furthermore, “is it appropriate to suppress human rights in a country that is a strategic partner to the European Union?”
MEP Terhes was the only leader to tackle the journalist questions. The leader explained that “besides the economic relationship and partnership that Canada has with the EU, Canada is a member of NATO, and we see what is happening right now.”
He stressed that what has always made the Western World, the strongest was its respect for fundamental rights and a government that served the people, which Trudeau’s government has abandoned.
the strength of the western world is not the army it’s not the economy. We see countries right now emerging countries that have stronger economies than any economy in the EU. What made us strong over the history, and I’m talking about the western world were the values the respect for basic fundamental rights the understanding that the government is there to serve you as a citizen as a person, not for you to serve the government
Encourages More Freedom Movements
Terhes expressed he is encouraged by the Truckers Freedom Convoy’s resistance to Trudeau’s Covid mandates and declaration of martial law. The MEP hopes that the “movement for freedom and right” spreads around the world,
When I saw the protest in Canada, you know the way the trucks over there reacted, you know I got in touch with some of them; others contacted me. I congratulated them, and I want to use this opportunity to thank them.
I hope this movement for freedom and for rights is spreading all around the world because, at the end of the day, we have to make sure that all these elected officials understand that they were elected to those offices to work for the people, not to behave like masters of slaves. Thank you.
Watch Romanian MEP Cristian Terhes response to Journalist Anna van Densky’s questions: