Justin Trudeau’s self-esteem is excessive, and without reason.
But he’s about to get ripped apart on Monday in the vote on the Emergencies Act, and over the horrible actions of both his government and the actions of police in Ottawa here, here , and here. All the evisceration that is about to come will be justifiably and richly deserved.
Trudeau falsely demonized and attacked the Freedom Convoy in the same manner that Joe Biden demonized those who are not vaccinated. Trudeau then triggered the Emergencies Act. Trudeau took their peaceful opposition to his dictates and punished them by going after all their bank accounts.
Romanian Member to the European Parliament Cristian Terhes was a communist dictatorship expert and had some words of wisdom for Trudeau’s crackdown on Freedom Convoy.
🇪🇺🚩Cristian Terhes (MEP), talking about the #TrudeauTyrannyThis week, another press conference.
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“What made us strong – and I’m talking about the Western world – were the values,” Terhes declared. “The respect for basic fundamental rights. Respect for basic fundamental rights. The prime minister of Canada, the way he’s behaving right now – he’s exactly like a tyrant, like a dictator. He’s like Ceaușescu in Romania,” Terheș said during a speech to European Parliament in Brussels. “If you raise doubts about the vaccines, you’re outcasted. What’s the difference between what he does and what happened under The Inquisition?”
Ceaușescu was a communist Romanian politician and dictator.
“On one side they say well we should not believe in God,” Terhes continued. “But on the other, they say ‘believe in science. We don’t have to. Science isn’t about believing. Science is about measurements, conclusions, hypothesis, and arguments.”
Terhes stated that it was not acceptable to label dissenters. Terhes stated that he supports Freedom Convoy, and even indicated that he had reached out to them. He continued:
“I hope this movement for freedom and for rights is spreading all around the world. It is important that we make sure all elected officials know that they are elected to represent the people. Not to behave like masters of slaves.”
My gosh, I hadn’t heard of this guy before today, but what a beautiful, simple declarative statement about the dangers of where we are at right now, and why this movement in Canada is so important — not just for them but for the movement for freedom and individual rights all around the world. This is the way all politicians must understand their responsibility to us. This is why what’s happening in Canada is so inspiring to everyone, and why it’s spreading around the world. Trudeau and his fellow Canadians are determined to end such a movement. To any government trying to take control of you, the belief in individual rights can be dangerous.