We’re All Dutch Farmers Now, by James Corbett

Much of the world is now realizing that when someone is trying to take your livelihood and your life, you are at war. The battle is well past joined and is gaining steam. From James Corbett at corbettreport.substack.com:

For weeks now, farmers in the Netherlands have been engaging in fierce protests over their government’s plan to halve the country’s nitrogen and ammonia pollution by 2030. It is estimated that this plan—which will mandate emissions cuts of 95% in some provinces—will require a 30% reduction in livestock and will drive many of the nation’s farmers out of business.

The protests have been remarkably heated, as tens of thousands take to the streets to block the country’s highways, torch bales of hay and spread manure around politicians’ homes. In one incident, Dutch police actually fired live rounds on one of the protesters as he attempted to breach the police line with his tractor.

Yes, the scenes coming out of the usually quiet Dutch countryside are shocking. But they should not be. They are just the early stages of a great worldwide battle that is shaping up between the free people of the world and the technocrats, who are starting to clamp down on them in the name of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Enslavement.

Make no mistake: Whoever you are, wherever you live, whatever you do, these power-hungry elitists will be coming after your livelihood next. We are all Dutch farmers now.

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One response to “We’re All Dutch Farmers Now, by James Corbett

  1. Pingback: We’re All Dutch Farmers Now, by James Corbett — STRAIGHT LINE LOGIC – Free Citizens

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