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Canadian officers have called on soldiers not to get the Coronavirus vaccine and have been accused of rebellion

Canadian officers have called on soldiers not to get the Coronavirus vaccine and have been accused of rebellion

Radislas Kendresi (GoFundMe)

MAY 26 (XINHUA) — CANADA’S MINISTRY OF DEFENSE SAYS AN OFFICER WHO TRIED TO ENCOURAGE SOLDIERS TO DISOBEY ORDERS TO GET THE Coronavirus VACCINE, WHICH HE ALSO CALLED A “KILLER,” HAS BEEN ACCUSED OF REBELLION.

Ladislas Kendresi, an Ontario reservist officer, held an anti-blockade rally on December 5, 2020, and made a public speech at the rally calling on people not to get vaccinated, Russia Today reported Tuesday.

Video from the scene showed Kendresi, dressed in military uniform and badges, taking to the stage to address the crowd with a microphone. He praised the “courage” of those who attended the rally and encouraged people to come out and tell the government that “tyranny does not rule Canadians.” He also called the side effects of the new vaccine unknown and a “killer” and called on active-duty military personnel, truck drivers and others involved in vaccinations not to assist in distribution.

The Canadian military said Kendrexi was accused of “trying to persuade other soldiers to take part in the mutiny” and “acting inconsistently with the officer’s identity” and said it had withdrawn Kendrexi’s uniform in December 2020. ”

The Ottawa Citizen newspaper reported that this is the first time in decades that canada’s Defense Ministry has made such allegations. A page set up on the GoFundMe website to pay for Kendrexi’s legal fees also noted that Kendrick could face life in prison if convicted.

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