New countries are restricting and deliberately bankrupting farmers, soon there will be only insects

New countries are restricting and deliberately bankrupting farmers, soon there will be only insects

Ireland has joined Canada and the Netherlands in the fight against farmers to debilitate carbon cuts.

Farmers in the Netherlands have been protesting for weeks after the government came up with a new plan to bankrupt them and cut off food supplies to Europe.

Farmer protests in the Netherlands have reached the royal palace on Dam Square in Amsterdam.

Opposition leader Geert Wilders has published a high-profile letter saying the Dutch globalist government wants to use expropriated agricultural land for refuge centers.

Some 40,000 Dutch farmers paralyzed traffic in the Netherlands and blocked some 20 food distribution centers with trucks and tractors.

Breitbart.com reports:

The green-loving Irish government is set to cut emissions by around 28 percent, the report says.

Farmers in Ireland may soon be forced to make potentially dangerous changes to their business.

Irish government officials have been arguing for some time about how hard to pack the country’s farms with green legislation, despite a reaction from farmers in another EU member state, the Netherlands, to limit nitrogen emissions.

Ireland’s Agriculture Minister Charlie McConalog has already agreed to cut the country’s agricultural sector by 27 or 28 percent, causing significant disruption to local businesses, according to The Times.

Last week, Canadian tyrant Justin Trudeau also announced that he was advancing a plan to cut Canadian fertilizer use and bankrupt farmers.

This will lead to bankruptcy of farmers, their land will be taken over by international billionaires, and the global food shortage will worsen.

You will be eating bugs before you know it, whether you like it or not.

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