Dutch farmers protest

infowarrior1

Peacock
Protestant
THREAD on why Globalists are trying to take over Dutch Farms and destroy their livelihoods:

 

rainy

Pelican
Other Christian
Bravo to all these farmers.

I expect this to only ramp up over the next 6 months. Now it’s the farmers. Wait until winter and gas is shut off throughout much of Europe. Then next spring there’s little produce because this season’s crops were negatively impact.

Don’t forget all the farming and agricultural problems won’t be felt until 2023.
 

Garuda

Pelican
Protestant
I can see them pulling a buffalo. Mass extinction of game animals.
This might be why the US government is not proactively containing chronic wasting disease among deer and elk. However, feral hogs (aka "the pig bomb") will continue to increase no matter what and fishing is an alternative in some places. Maybe why the globalists targeted livestock so quickly in Europe is because a larger portion of the population there are nonhunting urbanites who don't even own a vehicle. They felt they could move right onto forcing people to eat the bugs and soy there.
 

911

Peacock
Catholic
Gold Member
They're going to have a hard time in southern Europe, where people care more about their traditional diets, vs Northern Europe. EE too aren't on board, except for fringe urban hipsters.

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Not sure about Italy being that high, doesn't jibe with my first hand experience. Sweden and UK being most vegetarian on the other hand is what you'd expect.

Generally vegetarian types in Europe tend to be cat ladies, boomer new agers (lots of those in Germany) and millennial hipsters.
 

Viktor Zeegelaar

Crow
Orthodox Inquirer
For some reason, makes me think of the Boers in South Africa and their struggles.
The boers were Dutch farmers. As a fun fact, they still speak like 17th century Dutch.
They're going to have a hard time in southern Europe, where people care more about their traditional diets, vs Northern Europe. EE too aren't on board, except for fringe urban hipsters.

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Not sure about Italy being that high, doesn't jibe with my first hand experience. Sweden and UK being most vegetarian on the other hand is what you'd expect.

Generally vegetarian types in Europe tend to be cat ladies, boomer new agers (lots of those in Germany) and millennial hipsters.
More vegetarians in Poland and Italy than in the NL and Belgium? This map looks like a crock to me.
 
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