Thousands of Dutch farmers hit the streets to protest “climate change” policy that was created to meet “emissions targets”.
The Dutch government has proposed a new law which plans to “reduce nitrogen oxide and ammonia emissions” by 50% by 2030. According to Dutch farmers the law directly targets farmers blaming them for “climate change” because livestock farts and urinates causing nitrogen oxide and ammonia. The government claims nitrogen oxide and ammonia emissions must be drastically reduced close to nature areas that spans across the 27-nation European Union.
According to ABC News The ruling coalition wants to cut emissions of pollutants, predominantly nitrogen oxide and ammonia, by 50% nationwide by 2030. Ministers call the proposal an “unavoidable transition” that aims to improve air, land and water quality.
Ministers told farmers they will have to adapt to new regulations or be shut down.
“The honest message … is that not all farmers can continue their business,” and those who do will likely have to farm differently, the government said in a statement this month as it unveiled emission reduction targets. reported ABC News
According to the Financial Post, Farmers argue that they are being unfairly targeted as polluters while other industries, such as aviation, construction and transport, also are contributing to emissions and face less far-reaching rules. They also say the government is not giving them a clear picture of their futures amid the proposed reforms.
Political commentator Eva Vlaardingerbroek, in the Netherlands, spoke with Fox News Tucker Carlson and told him the Dutch government is stealing the farmers land “under the guise of a made up nitrogen crisis” which will force most of the farmers to shut down their business.
Eva Vlaardingerbroek said the government is actually doing this because they want the land to build more housing to house immigrants they want to import in to the country and the farmers are “standing in the way of their great reset plan” by the Dutch government. She says there is only one term that can be used for what Prime Minister Mark Rutte is doing and that term is communism.
“No farmers no food”
“The Dutch farmers have had enough and are courageously fighting back against the Great Reset. They deserve your full support. They certainly have mine. It’s very simple: No farmers, no food.”
farmers issue a warning: “This will happen more often. We will not give up. We will never give up! We call upon the people to stand with us.”
While other farmers are bailing hay posting protest videos of their thoughts on the new aws that are being forced on to them.
According to social media posts, about 400 farmers organized tractors in formation to spell HELP! NO FARMERS. NO FOOD”
A woman that has been stuck in the clogged traffic for hours isn’t mad at the farmers for the blockades, she says she understands the reason for the protest and it’s not just for the farmers but for the citizens of the Netherlands and other people around the world food is exported to.
“While being interviewed by Katie Daviscourt from The Post Millennial she encourages everyone to stand with the farmers and support them.
Even after being trapped for hours at the Germany/Holland border, a woman called on citizens to “stand with the Farmers.” She shamed the Dutch government for destroying the livelihoods of hardworking families.”
Police take to using deadly force aiming and shooting their guns at a young farmer as he drives by on the other side of the road.
It was later reported by Keean Bexte from The Counter Signal the teen aged boy was trying to leave the protest when police opened fire in a violent attack shooting directly at his tractor. “Update: Reckless officers attempted to shoot a child who was leaving the protest last night. One bullet missed by 2 cm, and would have killed Jouke, (16) pictured below. He is now being held by police away from his mother, who can not see or speak to him.” wrote Bexte
Later someone catches up with the 16 year old teen Dutch farmer the police tried to shoot. He explains where the bullet hit his tractor and said “I was saved by an angel.” he said
Dutch farmers were inspired by Canadian truckers and took to the roads with their tractors in protest and began to blockade the borders and airports.
Some farmers have gone as far as pouring manure on government buildings and airports.
Alexander Higgins, described in his twitter bio as an independent citizen journalist posted video of the airport being blocked
“Dutch Farmers Protesting the Liberal New World Order Climate Change Hoax policies aren’t playing: Borders, ports, motorways, media, warehouses and the airport blocked in protest of the EU’s Communist WEF Agenda 2030 forcing farms to be closed.”
It appears everyone is getting in on the action thousands of citizens join the protests as well as truckers and even boaters.
There’s several videos of Dutch fishermen vessels blockading the ports.
According to Dutch News the Dutch government started to crackdown on protesters like Justin Trudeau did in Canada. Dutch police used teargas and dogs to break up some farmer protests on Monday night, gave around 200 fines and made several arrests.
Many nations around the world have already announce food shortages and famine for their citizens and pin a lot of the blame on Russia and Putin because of blocking Ukrainian grain ports. This year we have seen reports from “rich” western countries of shelves being empty and massive inflation on food prices. In March, Justin Trudeau announced “projected shortages of food” and said “it’s going to be a difficult time.” President of the United States Joe Biden said “food shortages are going to be real” and many other leaders around the world have also said there will be food shortages.
According to a national farming lobby group, there are nearly 54,000 agricultural businesses in the Netherland with exports totaling 94.5 billion euros.
According to some estimates, the Netherlands is the world’s second largest food exporter. The main reason for the Netherlands’ second place is the fertile soil and flat terrain. The temperature and climatic conditions are suitable for farming. As a result, crop growth, plant growth, and livestock and poultry rearing are all done with ease and efficiency.