MEPs push back against mandatory health pass
Members of European Parliament (MEPs) from four countries have spoken out in opposition to violations of "basic human rights" in the EU. Romanian MEP Cristian Terheş also spoke at the press conference in Brussels against vaccine mandates.
Published: November 2, 2021, 9:01 am
Terheş condemned EU officials who claim to represent the “most democratic institution” while shunning “fundamental rights” and transparency. “The question I address not only to you in the Parliament, but to every European citizen, to ask your own governments: Were you properly informed about what is going on?” Terheş asked. “Because we had many debates at the beginning of this year in Parliament, where we demanded full access to contracts signed between these companies that produce the vaccines and the European Union.”
He held up heavily-redacted copies of government contracts with Big Pharma. “So you’re imposing a medical product upon European citizens without them knowing what’s in these contracts? Not only do they not know, but we [MEPs] don’t know.
“I want to show you some of those pages and you tell me if it’s okay for European citizens to be exposed to this situation where they can’t go to work, can’t go into a store, can’t take their kids to school, cannot travel freely from one country to another, unless if one is vaccinated with one of these products.
“As a former US president said, ‘Freedom and liberty is only one generation away from extinction.’ We are living in that type of time right now, and it is our duty and our call to fight for liberty,” Terheş concluded.
MEP Christine Anderson of Germany also spoke at the briefing. “I will not be reduced to a mere guinea pig by getting vaccinated with an experimental drug. And I will most assuredly not get vaccinated because my government tells me to, and promises, in return, I will be granted freedom,” she said.
“Let’s be clear about one thing: No one grants me freedom, for I am a free person. So I dare the European Commission and the German government to throw me in jail. Lock me up and throw away the key for all I care, but you will never be able to coerce me into being vaccinated if I, the free citizen that I am, choose not to be vaccinated.”
Anderson said health passports were actually similar to the “insufferable Chinese social credit system”.
Italian MEP Francesca Donato said compulsory health passports for work, travel, shop, or simply to exist as a free person, were incompatible with basic human rights.
MEP Ivan Sinčić of Croatia also defended medical freedom and called for refunds for all citizens who have been fined in connection with arbitrary Covid “violations”.
“They are not going to stop, my friends, but they must be stopped. This is not going to stop by itself. It will spread. It will come to your door. It will blackmail your life, every piece of your life,” Sinčić warned.
“I call upon all the free people of Europe to resist the Digital Green Certificate wherever you can. Fight for your rights.”
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