Tyrant Trudeau HUMILIATED In European Parliament, Called a Dictator

Tyrant Trudeau HUMILIATED In European Parliament, Called a Dictator

A European politician from Croatia humiliated Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the floor of the European Parliament during a speech, where he called Trudeau of acting like a dictator “of the worst kind.”

The humiliation took place on Tuesday, as Trudeau and other NATO leaders meet in Belgium to discuss actions to be taken in Ukraine.

Member of European Parliament Mislav Kolakusic spoke after Trudeau on Tuesday, where he called him out for trampling on Canadians’ rights. Kolakusic also said that Trudeau sent in horses to trample on women.

The prime minister did so after three weeks of protest in the Canadian capital city of Ottawa where truckers paralyzed the downtown core in an effort to restore freedom to Canada, following vaccine mandates and border restrictions that directly affected truckers.

Kolakusic said: “Dear colleagues and citizens, Prime Minister Trudeau. 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 for which millions of European citizens and around the world have laid down their lives.”

“To defend our rights and the rights of our children we have acquired over the centuries, many of us, including myself, are willing to risk our own freedom and our own lives. Unfortunately, today, there are those among us who trample on these fundamental values.

“Canada, once a symbol of the modern world, has become a symbol of civil rights violation under your quasi-liberal boot in recent months. We watched how you trample women with horses, how you block the bank accounts of single parents so that they can’t even pay their children’s education and medicine, that they can’t pay utilities for mortgages and their homes,” he continued.

“To you, these may be liberal methods, for many citizens of the world, it is a dictatorship of the worst kind. Rest assured that citizens of the world, united can stop any regime that wants to destroy the freedom of citizens, either by bombs or harmful pharmaceutical products,” he said.

On Tuesday, Trudeau showed no signs of sympathy for those protestors, saying that the convoy’s leaders, who are all facing charges, used Canadians’ anxieties to stoke division.

“We saw anti-vaccine and anti-government protest evolve into illegal occupations of our communities and blockades of our borders,” he said.


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