For weeks, farmers in the Netherlands have taken to the streets to protest the government’s crushing climate policies. The World Economic Forum-controlled Dutch government plans to reduce CO2, nitrogen oxide, and ammonia by 50% by 2030. Unfortunately, these drastic reductions would mean the end for about 30 percent of the farmers.
The government recently announced new policies limiting the number of cattle farmers could legally own. The radical measures are aimed at helping the European Union reach its emissions goals set under the Paris Climate Accords. The bloc and the World Economic Forum aim to reduce carbon emissions by 55% by 2030. In many areas, the reduction goals are up to 70 percent, and in nature reserves, up to 95 percent. However, achieving the massive reductions will require a radical overhaul of member states’ economies and bring about an end to modern farming.
Other policies forced upon the Dutch include the banning of fertilizers that use nitrogen and the forced dismantling of many cattle ranches. As reported previously at RAIR Foundation USA, the plans stipulate 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. The same scheme is being done in the UK for British farmers, despite having left the EU. So the great expropriation has begun.
The Netherlands is one of Europe’s largest agricultural exporters, which has made it a target of E.U. climate change policies. But, as reported at RAIR, “the socialists pushing these outrageous proposals care much less about the environment than about controlling you.”
Climate Radicals Target All European Union Member States
What’s happening in the Netherlands is almost like gazing into a crystal ball for the rest of the Western nations subject to radical climate change policies, reports the Counter Signal.
Farmers in other nations, Spain, Italy, Poland, Germany, and France, have already begun their own protests as the E.U. intensifies its efforts to slash emissions in all member states causing harm to citizens’ livelihoods and the global food supply.
Farmers sent out the call to action earlier this week in a now-viral video, asking farmers of the world to rise up on July 23 for a Day of International Demonstrations:
#BREAKING: A video has emerged which calls for a united support demonstration for the Dutch farmers with farmers, truckers, fisherman and more.— Lewis Brackpool (@Lewis_Brackpool) July 15, 2022
This will be held on the 23rd of July and has asked for the support of the UK, USA, France, Italy, Germany, Australia, Canada and more. pic.twitter.com/GAag3X93MG
Canada Joines Forces With Dutch Farmers
Canadians have announced that they will join in support of their fellow farmers in Europe. Also, many Canadians will be protesting the WEF-controlled Canadian government nitrogen policies, which are poised to destroy Canadian farming and the family-farm model.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s plan targets nitrous oxide emissions from fertilizer and seeks to reduce them by 30% from 2020 to 2030. Trudeau’s plan to reduce the use of fertilizers to fight “climate change” is the kind of globalist thinking that will lead to skyrocketing food prices and famine.
That’s an absurdly short time frame which is just as unrealistic as his target of reducing Canada’s greenhouse emissions to 40%-45% below 2005 levels by 2030 and net zero by 2050. Meanwhile, agriculture in Canada only contributes 10% of greenhouse gas emissions.
Canadians must make drastic changes in their lives to achieve Trudeau’s globalist goals. As previously reported,
“Zero emissions” means that citizens would have to completely avoid leaving any so-called carbon footprint. “Net zero emissions” would mean that humans could have a little bit more leeway – they could take public transportation and wear factory-made clothing, perhaps, but the emissions would have to be “offset” in some way, say, like planting a tree, reminiscent of Al Gore’s ‘Carbon Credits.’
Please read more about“zero emissions” versus “net zero emissions” Here.
Church Militant reports the policy being pushed by Canada’s zealous Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Steven Guilbeault, is a “voluntary” measure. But conservative Albertan MP John Barlow predicts farmers will not have a choice.
Barlow says, “[Guilbeault] has been very public over the years on his animosity towards traditional agriculture and the family-farm model.”
The plan is also a perfect storm for food shortages. A grain farmer in Ontario says cutting fertilizer “means you’re looking at cutting food supply.”
Protests Planned For Saturday, July 23, Across Canada
Convoys using the hashtag ‘WeMoveAsOne’ will happen across Canadian towns and cities on July 23, 2022. As of now, there will be rallies in Edmonton, Grande Prairie, Calgary, North Battleford, Winnipeg, Regina, Ottawa, Toronto, and Montreal.
A slow roll with tractors, farm equipment, and other vehicles is being encouraged by event flyers circulating online. Also, bring a flag from the Netherlands upside down as per request from the Dutch, the poster stated.
Jerome O’Sullivan, the founder of Freedom Fighters Canada and one of the organizers of the upcoming rally, is urging “More major cities to come. Get out and support the Dutch.” In an interview with Western Standard, O’Sullivan explained his organization’s reasons for standing up against the WEF globalist climate policies meant to harm countries and their citizens:
This protest is in support of the Dutch farmers who are protesting nitrogen restrictions set in place by their government that are crippling the agricultural sector in their respective countries.
Between the nitrogen restrictions, increased fertilizer and fuel prices, the current cost of living and inflation, it is becoming increasingly difficult for people to survive.”
O’Sullivan said these policies are being brought in by the World Economic Forum, led by Klaus Schwab, and are being implemented in all G7 countries.
The Dutch are essentially fighting the same fight that Canada is, and have been since January’s trucker convoy, fighting in our own country. This showing of support will likely be seen in every major city in Canada.
Not only is this a showing of support for the Dutch farmers, but also a warning to [Prime Minister] Justin Trudeau that if he tries to bring these policies to Canada, there will be an equivalent uprising to the one seen in the Netherlands.”
Goodbye Meat, Say Hello To Bugs
The WEF has long complained that humans need to switch to eating bugs to fight climate change. They constantly publish alarming propaganda videos highlighting what life would be like after the Great Reset, the globalists’ radical plan to remake the global economy in the post-pandemic world. As reported at RAIR Foundation USA, the unelected self-anointed global elitists at the WEF have fought for years for westerners to eat bugs.
O’Sullivan criticized Canada’s federal government for preferring crickets to livestock. He cited the largest cricket factory in the world recently being built in London, Ontario, as evidence:
This, along with manufactured food shortages (hundreds of the worlds food processing facilities miraculously burning down, thousands of cattle and livestock dying of ‘heat stroke’ and farmers being paid to destroy crops) will send our country into a situation where some people are forced to eat things like cricket protein due to insanely high costs of poultry, beef and pork.
O’Sullivan said these are only a “mere fraction” of the issues associated with the WEF and their “globalist” policies. He predicted that as time goes on, there will be more protests and rallies against their agenda.
RAIR will update readers on this developing news story and rally.