By Oliver May
FORTY thousand farmers in Holland have protested against their government’s plans to reduce the country’s livestock by up to a third.
The official reason for it from the Dutch Government is because it is tackling climate change with plans to reduce nitrogen output by 2030.
That date is significant because it ties in with the UN’s Agenda 2030 and its list of Sustainable Development Goals – one of which is “Responsible Consumption and Production’.
It also appears in harmony with the constant messaging from the World Economic Forum [WEF], who are pushing for the likes of you and I to eat protein sources from bugs and insects.
A report on the WEF website from last year says: “Insect protein has high-quality properties and can be used as an alternative source of protein throughout the food chain, from feed for aquaculture to ingredients for nutritional supplements for humans and pets.”
But can you really see the rich and famous and, for example, the WEF’s chairman Klaus Schwab, munching on a bowl of crickets, or will the prime beef that remains be reserved for them and them only?
In order to meet the Dutch Government’s demands, some farmers will be forced to downsize, while others will go out of business entirely.
And so 40,00 farmers from all across the Netherlands – incidentally the largest exporter of meat in Europe – protested the government policy of a €25billion investment targeting a “reduction in levels of nitrogen pollution”.
It is effectively paying livestock farmers to relocate or exit the industry and, in doing so, affecting the food supply for millions of people.
The UK and the US have have adopted similar schemes, with Denmark, Belgium and Germany considering following Holland.
There has already been warnings of food shortages, so something does not quite add up.
It sounds like a war on food. A great reset of the way we live. And that means a war on you and I.
The Dutch Farmers’ Protest and the War on Food
'Do as we say, not as we do'.
We are also going to be paid?! to reduce/ stop electricity usage during hours of peak consumption, according to recent reports.
Smart meter customers only.
Meanwhile, Boris is chucking more money at the Ukrainian conflict, rather than working for a ceasefire and a negotiated settlement; which would not only end the bloodshed and destruction, but restore vital grain and cereal exports.