EU Parliamentarian Representing former Communist State Calls on International Community to Isolate Tyrannical Trudeau Regime

MEP Christian Terhes spoke out against police violence in Western Europe in a January speech.

Christian Terhes is a member of the European Parliament representing Romania, a former communist nation. Terhes is a member of the Christian-Democratic National Peasants’ Party (PNTCD) in the ECR Group.

On Saturday MEP Terhes posted his support for the protesting Freedom truckers in Canada.


Christian Terhes also called for the isolation of the tyrannical Trudeau regime.

Via European Diplomatic.

“I stand with the Canadians in their fight for liberty” MEP Cristian Terhes (ECR, Romania) continued, while reacting upon dramatic events in Ottawa, Canada, where Convoy for Freedom protesters where trampled with police horsemen, who were implementing the Emergencies Act (martial law) invoked by Prime minister Justin Trudeau, who was eager to switch to repressions of critics of his COVID-19 policies. The first three major incidents Friday, February 18, under a form of martial law, were atrocious.

Video of Toronto Police Mounted Unit officers charging into the crowd and at least one horse trampling multiple people — including an elderly woman with a walker — were disturbing scenes, which shocked many by aggression and violence. There was not the only troubling incident, but another scene was exposing a protester behind a police line repeatedly being smashed with an officer’s rifle.


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