Manufactured Food Crisis in the Netherlands to Take Farmer’s Land

by Avi Abelow

Farmers in the Netherlands have been holding demonstrations to protest new environmental rules by the Dutch government that would cut emissions of pollutants like nitrogen oxide and ammonia by 50 percent by 2030. This would mean that many Dutch farmers would lose their cattle and their farms, which would also lead to a food shortage.

This new environmental “rule” is part of the United Nations global climate change agenda and it was already implemented by Sri Lanka. Yet, the economic damage and resulting food shortage in Sri Lanka caused a massive public uprising in Sri Lanka. One would think this would stop other countries from following suit? No. Herein lies the problem.

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