Netherlands on fire

Sunshower

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First of, I support our farmers 100%, just like 92% of the rest of the country.

We get our milk from a nearby farm and if you take the time to talk to the people and learn how demonised they are by the Dutch government, it’s sickening. Farmers are killing themselves as they see no way out. There is no nitrogen problem, our government is up to its armpits in Klaus Schwab“s behind (Picture shows Schwab and his wife, “Queen” Maxima, Prime Minister Rutte, Finance minister Sigrid Kaag)

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I agree with everything Gonzalo Lira says here except the part about the Dutch being so laid back. During the past two years they showed that there is nothing left of the common sense the Dutch were known for. 72% of the country got vaxxed, that is an awful lot.

But he is right about the farmers. We were waiting for them to rise up for a long time and it seems the government pushed it too far this time. We have our own Ottawa here. I’d say #honkhonk 💪
 
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Sunshower

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The current situation:

The government has appointed former environmental minister, Johan Remkes, as a mediator. He advised Rutte (Dutch PM) in 2019 about our supposed nitrogen problem. He will start his negotiations with the farmers on 1st of August.

Meanwhile, Dutch MSM outlet nu.nl stated the following: Despite the continuous farmers' protests and the appointment of former minister Johan Remkes as mediator between farmers and politicians, the provinces continue with plans to achieve nitrogen reduction, according to a tour of NU.nl. "Waiting now is not a good idea," says the spokesman for the province of Gelderland.

Supermarkets are almost empty but most Dutch people still sympathise. The farmers convoy released the following statement:
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It reads:

!! Empty shelves !!

Yesterday the farmers started blocking distribution centers of multiple major supermarket chains. Within a day the effects are visible.

The farmers don’t do this to oppose Dutch citizens but to make them aware of the massive shrinking of our food production that will take place if the government sticks to the plans.

WHO’S GOING TO PRODUCE OUR FOOD THEN?


Supermarkets are now looking for a way to get the protesting farmers to pay for the damages they are suffering due to the empty shelves.

Besides farmers, fishermen and truck drivers have also joined the protests.

Riot police are at the scene in some places to remove the farmers. So called Romeo’s are being used by the police as well. They’re undercover cops, looking for trouble to get the situation to escalate so the army can be involved. Famous neurologist, Jan Bonte, who lost his job during the plandemic and who has been vocal in calling out the famous faces in Holland for the covid fraud, has been arrested for outing a Romeo on his Twitter account. The account has now been suspended. News is pending.

Also if you want to see photos or videos, lookup #boereninopstand to see the latest.
 

Sunshower

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Dove08

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First of, I support our farmers 100%, just like 92% of the rest of the country.

We get our milk from a nearby farm and if you take the time to talk to the people and learn how demonised they are by the Dutch government, it’s sickening. Farmers are killing themselves as they see no way out. There is no nitrogen problem, our government is up to its armpits in Klaus Schwab“s behind (Picture shows Schwab and his wife, “Queen” Maxima, Prime Minister Rutte, Finance minister Sigrid Kaag)

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I agree with everything Gonzalo Lira says here except the part about the Dutch being so laid back. During the past two years they showed that there is nothing left of the common sense the Dutch were known for. 72% of the country got vaxxed, that is an awful lot.

But he is right about the farmers. We were waiting for them to rise up for a long time and it seems the government pushed it too far this time. We have our own Ottawa here. I’d say #honkhonk 💪
Are you actually allowed to buy raw farm milk in the Netherlands?

Thank you for the updates. Looks like you are having your ottawa moment, hopefully it will have a more positive result than ours did. Prayers that all will stay safe and the media doesn't twist things too badly.
 

BagdadBill

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Hostile Takeover’ of Global Food System Already in Process, Ice Age Farmer Tells RFK, Jr.​

https://childrenshealthdefense.org/...tent&eId=288c40f1-902b-4e56-be92-56920003cbff

Christian Westbrook has been on top of this for years and he has kept his news up to date throughout the last two years. From the destruction of American food factories to farmers being told to plow under their crops, or else. This is a showdown. People want to eat. I guess we're about to find out how badly. This same pressure on farmers has been happening in USA for the last two years but we apparently don't have one of those neato turd sprayers. If the cops continue to shoot at people, I would expect a few of them will likely just run them over with the tractors eventually.
 

Sunshower

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I hope this Keean Bexte will cover it honestly. From what I’ve seen so far (The Hill, Al Jazeerha) it’s all politically coloured to make it seem like nitrogen is indeed a problem. It isn’t, the government put the percentage of nitrogen so low that nothing or no one meets the standard.

The farmer who was shot at last night turns out to be a 16 year old boy who was tired and just wanted to go home. He got arrested and he’s still in custody. He is charged with attempted manslaughter. His parents aren’t allowed to speak to him. This has sparked rage across the country.

Of course now MSM publishes an article that 2500 farmers (out of 54.000) say they can farm as the government want so they’re trying to cause division.

In the meantime, take a look at what the real plans are with this country (site is in Dutch, but looking at the sliding pictures shows you what you need to know). https://www.tristatecity.nl/
 

Sunshower

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Hostile Takeover’ of Global Food System Already in Process, Ice Age Farmer Tells RFK, Jr.​

https://childrenshealthdefense.org/...tent&eId=288c40f1-902b-4e56-be92-56920003cbff

Christian Westbrook has been on top of this for years and he has kept his news up to date throughout the last two years. From the destruction of American food factories to farmers being told to plow under their crops, or else. This is a showdown. People want to eat. I guess we're about to find out how badly. This same pressure on farmers has been happening in USA for the last two years but we apparently don't have one of those neato turd sprayers. If the cops continue to shoot at people, I would expect a few of them will likely just run them over with the tractors eventually.
We’ve been following Christian for several years. He’s been warning about this for ages and he’s not wrong. We’ve got some terrible times ahead of us. Better be prepared as good as possible.
 

BagdadBill

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Small numbers of people are realizing that their aim is for most of us to die but then they have to convince others. Seems like maybe people over there have figured it out. Americans are a little slow on deciphering this. I was never able to educate or convince anyone to consider what is now, plain as day because they can no longer hide it. Most of the people I work with don't watch the news and even so, truth is being blacked out as Robert pointed out. The idea that they could be complicit is just too much for some people I guess. My coworkers are too busy eating, drinking and getting married to take notice.
 

Sunshower

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Small numbers of people are realizing that their aim is for most of us to die but then they have to convince others. Seems like maybe people over there have figured it out. Americans are a little slow on deciphering this. I was never able to educate or convince anyone to consider what is now, plain as day because they can no longer hide it. Most of the people I work with don't watch the news and even so, truth is being blacked out as Robert pointed out. The idea that they could be complicit is just too much for some people I guess. My coworkers are too busy eating, drinking and getting married to take notice.
Most people here went along with the covid thing no questions asked. They think that the government has no ill will against them.
The farmers have helped a lot of people survive during WW2 and people still know this. We’ve heard the stories from our parents or grandparents. Also these farm have been in families for centuries/generations. The are an intrepid part of our culture and landscape, so fighting the farmers was the worst thing the government could have done. But then again, maybe that’s the plan.

And most people here still don’t see the big picture, just the empty shelves. As long as it affects others and not them, they don’t care.
 

PJ54

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Sunshower

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Went to the farm to get some milk this afternoon. @Dove08 yes, we can just go to local farms and buy the milk for half the price you pay in supermarkets. There’s a plaque saying you need to boil it first but we drink it raw for the health benefits.

Farmers and citizens gathered at the police station where 16 year old farmer, Jouke, is being held.

Jouke’s mother has asked the protesters to leave, so they’re leaving now. So far all violence came from the police, either in uniform or as Romeos (agent provocateurs). A poll showed that 79% of the Dutch population don’t think the farmers went too far (39.000 replies).

Where live, there aren’t enough farmers and vehicles to protest, so most protests are in the north, east and south. The supermarket was full here.

About the tank, they don’t have the ammo, so they’re not using it as a weapon, more as a very heavy paperweight 😁
 

Sunshower

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From De Telegraaf newspaper:

Arrested farmer's son Jouke (16) free again, also two adult suspects from cell

The two men and the 16-year-old boy who were arrested on Tuesday on suspicion of attempted murder during a farmers' protest along the A32 near Heerenveen are no longer in custody, the Public Prosecution Service reported on Wednesday. "There is no reason to detain the suspects any longer on the suspicion of attempted manslaughter."

The three remain suspects. In addition to the 16-year-old farmer's son Jouke, it concerns a 46-year-old man from the municipality of Opsterland and a 34-year-old man, also from the municipality of Heerenveen. The public prosecutor has not yet decided whether they will be prosecuted and if so, for what.

The police fired shots at the farmers' protest, both aimed and as a warning. A tractor was hit by a bullet at a ramp to the A32. This would be the trigger of the 16-year-old boy who was arrested. The Public Prosecution Service reports that it does not want to prejudge the independent investigation that is being conducted into the use of firearms by the police. "We ask everyone not to do that."

Also, Sky News Australia‘s got it right:
 
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