truepositive Posted June 30, 2022 Share Posted June 30, 2022 Reduction of nitrogen according to the 'natura 2000' plans initially, fitting into SDG's and such of course, is about to lead into mass forced buyouts of farmland by the government here. Farmer's protests have gotten serious over the last week or so and set to intensify as the sitting government parties have announced they will not back down from the plans and numbers involved with them. Most of the current 'ruling parties' have key players tied to the WEF of course and none of them oppose the plans, only opposition parties are sounding the alarm and taking sides with our farmers. Things are heating up and next monday will probably see nation-wide blockades and such. I am oddly excited since this might be the wake-up call our country needed, outsourcing our food supply when it is traditionally extremely high quality and well organized should hopefully wake more people up to what happens when a 'penetrated government' gets to do whatever it wants. To be continued, without a doubt. In the already historical words of one of our FvD (Forum for Democracy) members; if you don't back down, you ain't seen nothing yet. There is something special in the air here, i think they underestimated the effects of fucking with our farmers when those have been the backbone of the country for centuries. 6 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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