Dutch farmers battle technocratic forces driving them into oblivion

“. . . . a cartel of multinational corporations, Davos-aligned parties and NGO’s seeking control over the global food supply.”
I only read so far and am outraged! How can we stop it?

The Most Revolutionary Act

Dutch farmers are in open struggle against a cartel of multinational corporations, Davos-aligned parties and NGO’s seeking control over the global food supply. “They are sweeping the culture from the land,” a farmer laments.

HEERENVEEN, NETHERLANDS –– The Netherlands is a patchwork of quaint towns and cities interwoven with flat expanses of immaculately-kept green agricultural pasture. The road and rail infrastructure are near-flawless. You could search for weeks without finding a pothole. It is one of the most expensive countries in the world, and makes some of the best steak, cheese, yogurt and milk on the planet. The land is fertile, valuable, and strategically located with easy access to the north Atlantic coast.

So, for these reasons and more, legions of committees composed of unelected, largely unknown figures serving on the boards of an interwoven network of even lesser known private and multilateral bodies, insists on…

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5 thoughts on “Dutch farmers battle technocratic forces driving them into oblivion

  1. Thank you for posting this Uta, many of us know and see the writing on the wall as to their future plans for humans.
    If we do not wake up to what is going on before our eyes then films like Hunger Games, whichbis subliminal planting of their future plans will become a reality.
    The choices and decisions we all make NOW, determine our future. Xx 💕

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