BRUSSELS – A group of MEPs, together with a new European Citizens Initiative, have come together in the European Parliament this week to defend their countries’ respective national sovereignty and to voice their opposition to the World Health Organisation’s looming Pandemic Treaty.
The citizens initiative known as “Trust and Freedom” includes representatives from seven EU countries and has been formed to challenge the WHO’s Pandemic Treaty, as well as the WHO’s creeping International Health Recommendations which also threaten to undermine individual nations’ independent policy decision-making.
The meeting took place on Tuesday July 4th in Brussels, and was led by dissenting MEPs Christine Anderson (Germany), Cristian Terhes (Romania), Mislav Kolakusic, (Croatia), Virginie Jordon (France), and Ivan Vilibor Sincic (Croatia), who were joined by anti-WHO coalition supported by politicians and activists, including British MP Andrew Bridgen (Reclaim Party), Nick Hudson (South Africa/PANDA), Maria Humber-Mogg (Austria), and Justyna Walker (Poland), as well an international team of lawyers led by Philipp Kruse (Switzerland) and Alexander Christ (Germany).
Last year, Germany’s Christine Anderson was one of the first public officials to raise the alarm about the stealth agenda being waged by the globalist operatives in WHO and their partner institutions like the WEF, to reshape their contract between the WHO and EU member states. More worryingly, the new treaty regime would be binding, and would give the WHO de facto governmental authority over EU member states’ public health policies provisions – without consulting national governments or their electorates.
The WHO power-grab would effectively compel governments to surrender their national decision-making and policy authority. Their new powers would include the power to declare a pandemic anywhere in the world, dictate new bio surveillance regimes and restrictions on travel, the regulation of free speech, as well as pushing an endless stream of experimental vaccines and pharmaceutical products – many of which have been shown to be neither safe nor effective.
In effect, this would signal an abrupt end to the last vestiges of democracy for European states already hemorrhaging their national sovereignty, as well as economic and foreign policy decision-making through supranational institutions like the European Union and NATO.
MEP Milslav Kolakusic (Croatia) said that WHO domination over member states’ public health policymaking would lead to endless “cycles of pandemics” and an undetermined amount of doses of experimental vaccines, including an obligation to impose even more injections for newborn infants.
Other political representatives echoed similar concerns.
MEP Cristian Terhes Live from the European Parliament
A citizens initiative called ‘Trust and Freedom’ has been set up to challenge the Pandemic Treaty proposed by the @WHO. 7 European countries, plus international speakers uniting against unelected bureaucracy. pic.twitter.com/uPZhSer4oA
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Trust and Freedom: Challenging the @WHO Pandemic Treaty.
"Citizens of all nations need to commit to fighting this tendency towards centralisation at all levels and in all places. The entirety of our wellbeing and freedoms is at stake."@NickHudsonCT speaking at the European… pic.twitter.com/OtL4IJkPvI
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Swiss lawyer Philipp Kruse reminded the room that, “The public was misled,” and proceeded to warn that the WHO’s unilateral pandemic regulations will lead to more “useless counter measures” and “experimental substances” being unleashed on unsuspecting populations, with pernicious, weaponised propaganda slogans such as ‘No one is safe until everyone is vaccinated.’
“So we are starting this public debate on an international level – to then bring this to where it has to be discussed – to our (national) parliaments,” concluded Kruse.
British MP Andrew Bridgen supports the initiative, and believes cooperation is the key to success, stating, “It’s raising the profile. If the Citizens Initiative in the EU could work and stop the WHO power grab, I don’t mind where it happens. We’re all completely aligned, and we all know the tyranny that’s involved in what the WHO, through the UN, are doing to all our citizens…I’ll stand shoulder to shoulder with my European colleagues – whether they’re MEPs or members of their own local parliaments.”
“The sooner we turn the page on this dark chapter in our human history, the better for all of us,” added Bridgen.
We’re in Brussels at EU Parliament for European Citizens Initiative against the authoritarian #WHO Pandemic Treaty, had a chance to catch up with panel speaker British MP @ABridgen after the session about why this effort is crucial now… #TrustandFreedom @CoviLeaksCVVAM pic.twitter.com/M6aEbwdmVk
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MEP Anderson did not pull any punch when it came to signalling her intent to the WHO and its technocrats.
“Take it from the millions and millions of people around the world, we will bring you down. And we will not tire until we have done just that. So brace yourselves, we are here and the fight is on,” said Anderson.
Indeed, the WHO has been put on notice.
EXCLUSIVE REPORT: Trust and Freedom – Challenging the Pandemic Treaty at the European Parliament, Brussels
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6th of July 2023
CITIZENS FROM SEVEN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES INTRODUCE TRUST AND FREEDOM INITIATIVE AS EUROPEAN CITIZENS’ INITIATIVE (ECI)
On the 4th of July, seven citizens from different European countries unveiled an influential proposal for the new European Citizens’ Initiative (ECI) known as
Trust and Freedom. This initiative, inspired by Switzerland’s direct democracy tools and introduced in the Treaty of Lisbon in 2007, aims to increase direct citizen participation in shaping EU policies.
The Trust and Freedom Initiative is a resolute response to the power consolidation observed in governments and institutions, where extensive negotiations with non- governmental and non-transparent organizations, such as the World Health Organization (WHO), occur. Citizens express concerns about the looming threat to freedom of choice, particularly regarding personal health decisions, as well as a loss of trust in governmental institutions negotiating legal documents such as amendments to the International Health Regulations (IHR) and the proposed WHO Treaty.
The seven citizens behind the Trust and Freedom initiative are: Ms Justyna Walker (Poland)
Mr Mattias Desmet (Belgium)
Ms Maria Hubmer-Mogg (Austria) Mr Alexander Christ (Germany)
Mr Ladislav Vrabel (Czech Republic)
Ms Isabel Eliseu Arroseiro de Mesquita (Portugal) Mr Georgi Todorov (Bulgaria)
These citizens, representing the collective voice of concerned individuals from across Europe, have taken the initiative to directly address their concerns and advocate for greater trust and freedom within the European Union.
The announcement of the initiative proposal took place at the European Parliament in Brussels on the 4th of July and received support from notable Members of the European Parliament:
Christine Anderson (Germany)
Cristian Terheș (Romania)
Ivan Vilibor Sinčić (Croatia)
Mislav Kolakušić (Croatia)
Virginie Joron (France)
These MEPs recognize the significance of the Trust and Freedom initiative in safeguarding individual freedoms and promoting it within the European Union.
The Trust and Freedom initiative represents a united effort by citizens across Europe to directly address their concerns through the ECI process. To amplify their impact, a three-hour debate was held in the European Parliament in Brussels, where Members of the European Parliament and esteemed panelists from around the world voiced their opinions.
Philipp Kruse, Dr. Peter McCullough, MP Andrew Bridgen, Fiona Hine, Dr. David E. Martin, Gerald Hauser, Nataniel Pawlowski, Pastor Artur Pawlowski, and Nick Hudson, shared their expertise and insights during the debate, contributing to the development and significance of the Trust and Freedom initiative.
The Trust and Freedom initiative is committed to keeping the public informed about its progress in the coming weeks. Regular updates and detailed information about the initiative can be found on the official website at www.euci.info.
Interested individuals can also contact the team via email@example.com and follow the initiative on Twitter @TrustAndFreedom
“We believe that Trust and Freedom is a powerful response to the challenges we face, and we are committed to safeguarding individual freedoms within the European Union,” said the spokesperson for the initiative. “We invite citizens across Europe to join us in this important endeavour and make their voices heard.”
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