Netherlands Government Wants The Great Reset: Courageous Farmers Are Fighting Back
The farmers’ protests in the Netherlands continue. Thousands of Dutch farmers havebeen taking to the streets for weeks. They block roads and paralyze access roads and distribution centers. In short: they are fighting for their survival – against expropriation. The reason for the protests is the Dutch government’s plans to massively reduce nitrogen emissions by up to 95 percent. That would mean the end for about 30 percent of the farmers.
These are peasant protests of unprecedented proportions. Last year, Christianne van der Wal, Minister for Nature and Nitrogen, was commissioned to reduce nitrogen emissions by 50 percent by the end of 2030. With her plans, she wants to ensure the end of many Dutch farmers. The plans stipulate that farmers will give up their farms voluntarily and receive compensation for doing so – on the condition that they guarantee never to go back to farming. If they disagree, the state will take over their farm. So the great expropriation has begun.
Nitrogen reduction by 2030
The government in the Netherlands seems to have set itself the task of ruining the farmers. With their nitrogen plans for reducing nitrogen emissions presented on June 10th, around 30 percent of farmers have to close their businesses. By the magical year of 2030, Dutch national nitrogen emissions are to be reduced by 50 percent, in many places up to 70 percent, and in nature reserves up to 95 percent.
Kill the livestock
That means the end for many farmers who keep livestock. The Dutch climate craze to comply with EU regulations means death for many animals. This is the only way to achieve climate regulations. The rulers don’t seem to care that reducing farmers and their cattle breeding will lead to an emergency in supply, or they even consciously accept it. The expropriation of farmers has started in the Netherlands, and it is only a matter of time before these plans are implemented here as well.
Manure sanctions from the EU
But the devastating nitrogen policy in Holland is not the only attack against farmers. Numerous farms are to be closed as part of the Green Deal and EU requirements. In addition, new liquid manure sanctions are to come from Brussels. As reported by De Telegraaf, less liquid manure should be applied. This would lead to high bills for ranchers – they would have to reduce their livestock.
The farmers’ protests keep Holland in suspense. Countless pictures and videos can be found under the hashtag #boerenprotest:
Plan to also reduce animals and humans
No matter how you twist and turn it, there is no getting around the Great Reset. The green conversion plans after the Great Reset not only provide for a reduction in CO2 emissions by the automotive industry – animals are also to be reduced. So it’s only a matter of time before laws are passed to reduce the number of people.
This article was first published in the German newspaper Wochenblick
By RAIR Foundation USA
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