Not the typical report here, but I find it infuriating how the mainstream has cloaked this in silence and I feel we can do something about it, maybe even get this viral. Feel free to re-upload the video!

Press conference held on October 2oth 2021

The charge is led by an EU Parliament member Cristian Terhes, who happens to be from my home-country, Romania, so I can give you a few little extra insights. But right now, it’s the message that counts and the message is surprisingly on point if you are not familiar with these guys.

MEPs start gathering to defend fundamental rights of EU citizens and oppose mandatory vaccination and the Green Certificate

Press release – Strasbourg, European Parliament – 21/10/2021

Reacting to the increased violations of basic human rights all across EU, members of the European Parliament took a common stand in defence of the fundamental rights of all EU citizens, which are under threat now due to mandatory vaccination and abusive use of the Digital COVID Certificate.

Speaking at a press conference in Strasbourg, on 20 October 2021, they also gave voice to the severe concerns of hundreds of staff members working for the European Parliament, who live under threat of losing their jobs if they do not have the Digital COVID Certificate, aka Green Certificate.

The press conference called “Defending fundamental rights by opposing the misuse of Digital Green Certificate” was addressed by four MEPs: Christine Anderson (Germany, ID), Francesca Donato (Italy, NI), Ivan Vilibor Sinčić (NI, HR) and Cristian Terheş (ECR, RO).

These MEPs decided to give voice to millions of European citizens who are fighting all across EU for their fundamental rights.

MEP Christine Anderson, after emphasising the importance of human rights, said: “let me say this, I am not afraid of this virus. What I am afraid of is governments abusing this or any other «crisis» for that matter, to infringe on civil rights, to revoke them or to question freedom altogether.

What we have seen in this crisis is that civil rights and liberties have been transformed from fundamental rights to privileges that governments grant or revoke as they see fit.

I call on all Europeans to stand up to any government trying to take away our freedom, civil rights and liberties!”

Lawyer and MEP Francesca Donato said that “we have a really terrible situation in Europe today because human rights are not respected […] and all over Europe peaceful protests are violently repressed”.

Introduced as a tool to facilitate freedom of circulation, the COVID Certificate is now being used in many countries by national governments as a “compulsory” passport for every social activity, including employment – she stated – giving the example of Italy.

“And so we are forcing citizens to receive invasive and risky health treatments, because the informed consent that citizens are obliged to sign to receive the vaccines is not free: it’s an extorted consent. So, even when people have medical contraindications for receiving vaccines, they are obliged to take it. They are forced to do it because they would lose the job, would lose their fundamental rights if they don’t do it. And when these people have adverse effects, even very severe adverse effects, they don’t receive any free assistance. Even the reports of adverse effects are very rare. The data of adverse effects that we can read on papers are just underestimated.

So we have a medical issue which has turned into a democratic issue. We must all today stand for the defence of human rights in Europe, we must do it all together and we must do it now”, she concluded.

MEP Ivan Sinčić said “that it is really sad to see freedoms, rights and rule of law endangered in Europe today. Unfortunately, in some countries you cannot keep your job without Digital Green Certificate, you cannot enter public buildings without DGC, you cannot enter a shop without DGC”.

He described the Digital Green Cert “as a license to spread and infect” that gives “a false sense of security”, since it is not protecting the person from getting or spreading the virus. The Digital Green Certificate “is completely illogical, it is not scientific and must be abandoned”, he added.

Sinčić stated that he, also, “fully support[s] the staff of European Parliament in their positions. The positions of non-discrimination, non-segregation, the freedom to come to the workplace. This is their workplace along with us, the MEP’s”.

“My message to the staff is simple: You are not alone and fight for your rights! We are fighting along with you!”, he concluded.

MEP Cristian Terhes quoted from Art 46 of the original Digital Green Certificate regulation, which outlined the European Parliament’s desire to uphold fundamental human rights.

“Well, if we look now, a few months after this Green Certificate was imposed in the European Union, we see exactly the opposite, that all these rights that, allegedly were supposed to be protected by this regulation, are actually violated right now. People cannot work anymore and they live under the threat of losing their jobs and their livelihoods, if they don’t have this certificate. Is this the type of European Union that we want to build, that we want to accept?”, Terhes said.

Hundreds of people working for the Parliament are faced with the threat “that sooner than later, if they don’t have this Green Certificate, they will be losing their job. But they haven’t done anything wrong. This is the absurd situation. This is not fair to them, it is not fair to the citizens of this Union and it’s not fair to all of us”. For these reasons, “we are here for you and we will fight for you”, Terhes concluded.

The positions expressed publicly by these MEPs, in defence of fundamental rights, including of the staff working for the European Parliament, are shared by many others, who will join together to provide an active opposition to the constant attacks on fundamental rights caused by the misuse of the Digital COVID Certificate.

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Press Office of MEP Cristian Terhes

You almost missed this news, most did. Terhes has been on the case for quite a while, but we’ve completely missed the news on that because they weren’t published and because mainstream media still controls the public perception.
Below you have one of his most honorable mentions in international media, and he’s not doing great at home either.

April 2021. SOURCE

This time yet, legacy media is completely mum about this press conference and it’s only the free faction of internet that’s sending weak signals so far, 3-4 days after this happened.

Cristian Terhes is a career man-of-the-people, started out as a Catholic priest for the Romanian community in US, then moved to Romania to earned a bit of notoriety as member of the main political force there, a left leaning party. But the left in Eastern Europe is not progressive, liberal, and mauve-haired, they are the spawns of the former communist establishment, which was also very nationalist and stopped sounding progressive in the 1970’s.

Then, when his party started to get a bit too woke and unsupportive for his taste, May 2020 that is, Terhes left with a bit of buzz, finding a home in the right wing Christian Conservative EU group, and a in tiny Romanian party I thought extinct even in papers.

However, the guy has been consistent lately in exposing the excesses and the degenerates involved in the new globohomopedo offensive.

I mean this thing below, despite unsuccess, deserves praise, he even made it to Associated Press and Seattle Times (that one time)!

Court says Romania’s lockdown didn’t amount to house arrest

May 20, 2021 By The Associated Press

BUCHAREST (AP) — The European Court of Human Rights on Thursday ruled against a member of the European Union parliament who claimed that a lockdown to curb COVID-19 infections in his native Romania last year deprived him of liberty.

Cristian Terhes, a member of the European Parliament since 2019, had filed a case with the court arguing that Romania’s March 24-May 14 national lockdown amounted to “administrative detention.”

A panel of seven judges at the ECHR unanimously rejected Terhes’ claims, ruling them “inadmissible.” The court said the lockdown could not be equated with house arrest.

“He had not been subject to individual surveillance by the authorities and did not claim to have been forced to live in a cramped space, nor had he been deprived of all social contact,” the court said in a news release explaining the ruling.

The ECHR panel also noted that Terhes — a former Catholic priest who has spoken out in the European Parliament against the potential introduction of “digital green certificates,” sometimes called coronavirus passports — had not provided any information describing his actual experience of the lockdown.

The EU legislator vowed to “continue this fight to defend the rights and freedoms of all Romanians and Europeans.”

“Through this decision, the ECHR has set a precedent after which Europe is no longer a space of freedom but of mass closure and surveillance, as is Russia and China,” Terhes said. “Based on this precedent the freedom of Europeans can be violated by governments as long as it is done en masse.”

During the lockdown period at issue in the case, authorities advised people in Romania against leaving their homes between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m. There was also a 10 p.m.-6 a.m. curfew.

Residents in Romania could legally leave their homes providing they carried an official exemption form detailing their reasons, their whereabouts and a timeframe for their activity.

“No individual preventive measures had been taken against the applicant,” the court said, adding that “the measure in question could not be equated with house arrest.”

The decision is final, the court said.

Council of Europe spokesperson Andrew Cutting said the case was the first directly related to the COVID-19 pandemic to be considered by a 7-judge panel of the European Court of Human Rights. He also said that 17 other pandemic-related cases are pending. – AP

I don’t know anything about his colleagues here, except that Terhes refers to them in the warmest terms and most humane language in comments on his Facebook page, I really have a feeling of dealing with humans there, and not the typical reptile that usually inhabits the centers of political power. I mean I understand the language and it’s not much NPC noise even in his political statements, less in social media comments. Nice.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m still never going to endorse a politician, but I can endorse a good initiative and I can tell borgs and reptiles from humans.

These being said, the bottom line is that this movement deserves a MEGATON OF EXPOSURE NOW, before we all get too jaded, it’s quite the fair stance we needed in that den of snakes!
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No intro needed for the villain of the season.

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He’s a former member of Bilderberg’s Steering Group. Unsurprisingly, I admit, but wait.

Bilderberg is governed by a Steering Committee which designates a Chairman; members are elected for a term of four years and can be re-elected. There are no other members of the Bilderberg conference.The Chair’s main responsibilities are to chair the Steering Committee and to prepare with the Steering Committee the conference program, the selection of participants. He also makes suggestions to the Steering Committee regarding its composition. The Executive Secretary reports to the Chairman. – Source

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Last few years, he’s been preparing to step down from the WEF leadership, which will be taken over by a team. We don’t know who’s in this team, but I’ll shave my head if China isn’t well represented.

2015 interview

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Klaus Schwab is also very involved with another elite organization that studies how to change The Universal Declaration of Human Rights so they can harmonize it with the globalist agenda that includes a global citizenship, among others.

The Global Citizenship Commission was convened, under the leadership of former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown and the auspices of NYUs Global Institute for Advanced Study, to re-examine the spirit and stirring words of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The result this volume offers a 21st-century commentary on the original document, furthering the work of human rights and illuminating the ideal of global citizenship. What does it mean for each of us to be members of a global community? Since 1948, the Declaration has stood as a beacon and a standard for a better world. Yet the work of making its ideals real is far from over. Hideous and systemic human rights abuses continue to be perpetrated at an alarming rate around the world. Too many people, particularly those in power, are hostile to human rights or indifferent to their claims. Meanwhile, our global interdependence deepens. Bringing together world leaders and thinkers in the fields of politics, ethics, and philosophy, the Commission set out to develop a common understanding of the meaning of global citizenship one that arises from basic human rights and empowers every individual in the world. This landmark report affirms the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and seeks to renew the 1948 enterprise, and the very ideal of the human family, for our day and generation. Members of the Global Citizenship Commission include: K. Anthony Appiah, Laurel Bellows, Nicolas Berggruen, Paul Boghossian, Gordon Brown (Chair), Craig Calhoun, Wang Chenguang, Mohamed ElBaradei, Fonna Forman, Andrew Forrest, Ronald M. George, Asma Jahangir, John Kufuor, Graça Machel, Catherine ORegan, Ricken Patel, Emma Rothschild, Robert Rubin, Jonathan Sacks, Kailash Satyarthi, Klaus Schwab , Amartya Sen, John Sexton, Robert Shrum, Jeremy Waldron, Joseph Weiler, Rowan Williams, Diane C. Yu (Executive Director).”-Source -Publisher’s press release.

Read the report here.

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On 9/11, the founder and president of the World Economic Forum, Klaus Schwab, was having breakfast with Rabbi Arthur Schneier at his Park East Synagogue in New York when the two jets struck the World Trade Center, Schneier said. Schneier, who heads the Appeal of Conscience Foundation, a coalition of business and religious leaders in New York, had intended to discuss increasing the participation of religious leaders at the economic forum. After the attack, the notion seemed even more urgent. With Schneier´s assistance, Schwab decided to commemorate the world disaster by moving his forum — traditionally held in the Swiss ski resort of Davos — to New York City, Schneier said. And he doubled the number of religious leaders to 40, including eight Jews. While Western nations have distanced religion from public life in recent decades, the forum´s new line is to embrace religion, understand its traditions and glean its wisdom. As international companies expand their markets and governments and corporations see peace as essential to progress, leaders increasingly are giving religion a role in enhancing international stability. – Source

That’s not surprising either if you were aware he’s also a member of the Peres Centre for Peace. Or of the Dan David Prize  he was awarded by Israel in 2004.

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I don’t know when you started counting, but Klaus Schwab was already at “Globalism 4.0” during the World Government Summit of 2019. Did you even know there was a World Government Summit? I admit I’ve missed this one until recently.

Indeed, he has declared “old-school” globalization completed in 2017. Plebs are still accommodating with the concept.

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And then there’s this:


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Alain Merieux was China’s partner in building the Wuhan Lab and launched the career of Moderna CEO Stephane Bancel.

Bonus fact:

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Many bizarre developments going on now in Romania due to Coronavirus, but this one takes the cake: the population has just found out from France Presse agency that their government secretly suspended European Convention for Human Rights on March 17th, without any official notice issued.

Article 151 of the Convention allows such measures during wars or exceptional situations. Luckily for the population, a few key articles can’t be suspended in any circumstances and remain applicable, respectively those regarding the right to live and the interdictions for torture, slavery, and punishment without legal grounds.

More countries actually have just informed the European Court of Human Rights of the same decision, respectively Moldavia, Letonia and Armenia. We don’t know as of now if their citizens were made aware of this critical situation.

The Center for Judiciary Resources in Romania demands the adequate transparency from their government in a very critical press-release published on 20th Of March, noting that there have been several public appearances from government officials since the decision was made, and none of them mentioned this most important news.
The Center quotes Dunja Mijatović, the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, who recently stated that “We must respect human rights and stand united against the coronavirus pandemic” and “Transparency and accessibility are central for enabling the public’s confidence and participation in the governance of the current circumstances. COVID-19 poses a serious danger. But with unity, determination to protect human rights and solidarity we will overcome it.”

Dunja Mijatović, the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights: “We must respect human rights and stand united against the coronavirus pandemic”

As of now, Romanian officials are still quiet about this and most of the population remains unaware of the situation, as the Government tightens the lockdown.

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