In various parts of the world, crises are currently deepening. And while there are differences, the end result is high prices and hunger.
From the Netherlands, where stores are increasingly emptying, through Germany, where food rationing is a fact, to Sri Lanka, where the rich are persecuted and in stores where there are still goods, you shop in the dark with a flashlight.
Last August Dutch MP Gideon van Meijeren pressured Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte over his relationship with WEF founder Klaus Schwab and his book The Great Reset.
We now see for ourselves that Dutch Prime Minister Rutte is following the WEF scenario calling for an “end of private property” with its ongoing crackdown on farmers and the confiscation of their land to house illegal invaders they call “asylum seekers”.
Sri Lanka. The fuel crisis continues. Supermarkets in the dark, as the generators ran out of diesel fuel for power supply.
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