- Mar 24, 2009
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Similar problems appear to be going on in other countries eg New Zealand presenting the farmers as being anti climate protection when in reality it seems to be the intent as you are saying is to get their land off them. Seems to go with the intent by the richest to buy up and have control of land and hence food.I just saw another bad news story from the WEF/UN globalist controlled burn of the global economy leading to famine and starvation.
Thousands block German border with Holland in protest over controversial Dutch nitrogen policyTHOUSANDS of farmers in the Netherlands used their tractors to block the German/Dutch border in protest against the government’s controversial nitrogen policy.euroweeklynews.com
Now ANOTHER crisis hits EU! Hundreds of tractors block the German/Netherlands borderFARMERS in the Netherlands have staged a huge protest with thousands of tractors lining up to block the German/Netherlands border in campaign against the government's controversial nitrogen policy.www.express.co.uk
Dutch Farmers Protest Climate Mandates That would Cut Livestock by 30 PercentNation is world's 5th largest food exporter
Dutch farmers are continuing their demonstrations against a government climate policy that officials expect to end many farmers’ ...web.archive.org
" . . . It openly acknowledged that “there is not a future for all [Dutch] farmers within [this] approach,” as reported by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Foreign Agriculture Service.
“The Minister of Nature and Nitrogen Policy expects about a third of the 50,000 Dutch farms to ‘disappear’ by 2030,” the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade reported in a June 23 Market Insight Report.
The Netherlands is the world’s fifth-largest exporter of food, exceeded only by the United States, Germany, the United Kingdom, and China, according to World Bank statistics.
The Dutch government offers a multibillion-dollar buyout arrangement for farmers.
Christianne van der Wal, minister of nature and nitrogen policy, has left open the possibility that the government will expropriate land from farmers who do not comply, as reported by NOS Nieuws.
The proposals and resultant protests come amid worldwide fertilizer and food shortages.
Farmers leave the city of Bathmen, the Netherlands, on their way to the rural farmers’ protest in Stroe. Tens of thousands of participants are expected at the protest against the nitrogen policy, on June 22, 2022. (Bart Maat/ANP/AFP via Getty Images)
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned on June 24 that “there is a real risk that multiple famines will be declared in 2022,” adding that “2023 could be even worse.”
On a recent episode of “Facts Matter” on EpochTV, American farmer John Boyd, Jr. warned of potential food shortages as a result of steeply rising input costs.
He said the expenses of running his own operation have tripled, driven in large part by significantly increased fertilizer costs.
In Sri Lanka, a ban on chemical fertilizers contributed to an economic crisis that has destabilized the government.
The country has recently announced a temporary ban on fuel sales to private vehicles, effective June 27 through July 10. . . "
Video of Protest
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