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“Disgrace For Any Democracy”, “Dictatorship Of The Worst Kind”: Trudeau Humiliated At EU Parliament (VIDEOS)

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau loves power more than freedom. That much is obvious. He has the look of someone who enjoys the pampered privilege of his upbringing and clearly holds disdain for anyone lower than him in life. 

The Freedom Convoy was the natural response to Trudeau’s unscientific, power-grabbing, liberty-crushing dictates. People can only be bent so far before breaking. However, in true dictatorial fashion, rather than reevaluate what was best for his fellow countrymen, Trudeau heinously doubled down on mandates and cracked down even harder on freedoms. He went so far as to freeze private bank accounts and arrest protestors merely for showing up. (Remind anyone of an event here in the U.S.?)

Remove the titular piece of Canadian Prime Minister, and a brief description of Trudeau’s handling of Covid would make any rational person reconsider whether Canada is a democracy at all. Certainly no democratic insitutitions would violate personal and societal freedoms so willingly, nor would a democracy weaponize its government against opposition. Those are traits of tyranny and totalitarianism. 

And so it is with Canada.

In a recent visit to Brussels – since world leaders always have to show up together in person in ornate meeting halls and conduct important business plotting the Great Reset – Trudeau appeared in the European Union’s House of Parliament. He surely expected trumpeted fanfare; after all, he is Justin Trudeau!

Instead, several brave and articulate European delegates handed Trudeau the verbal smackdown of a lifetime. Christine Anderson was one such spokesperson for liberty. She provided a fiery riposte to the actions of speeches of Tyrant Trudeau:

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“Based on article 195..that it would have been more appropriate for Mr. Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada, to address this house according to article 144, an article that was specifically designed to debate violations of human rights, democracy, and the rule of law, which is clearly the case with Mr. Trudeau.

Then again, a prime minister who openy admires the Chines basic dictatorship, who tramples on fundamental rights by persceuting and crimianling his own citizens as terrorists just because they dared to stand up to his own perverted sense of demcoeacty should not be allowed to speak in this house at all. 

Mr Trudeau you are a disgrace for any democracy please spare us your presence. Thank you.”

Her speech is simply awesome. And she is spot on. If the point of Trudeau’s visit was to debate or discuss democracy, on what legs does he have to stand? 

In another middle finger aimed directly at the disgraceful prime minister, who at one point got stared down right in the eyes during the speech, member Mislav Kolakusic of Croatia gave one of the most brief and powerful presentations of what freedom – sloboda – means to him and his compatriots:

“Freedom – the right to choose, the right to life, the right to health, the right to work – for many of us are fundamental human rights for which millions of citizens of Europe and the world have laid down their lives…

PM Trudeau, in recent months, under your quasi-liberal boot, Canada has become a symbol of civil rights violations. The methods we have witnessed may be liberal to you, but to many citizens around the it seemed like a dictatorship of the worst kind.”

Listening to speeches like these, you have hope for the world after all.