The populist pro-farmer party FarmerCitizenMovement (BBB) secured a significant win in Wednesday’s provincial elections in what has been described as a massive victory for farmers against the globalist’s “great Reset” green agenda.
The victory came from growing resentment against World Economic Forum-sponsored Prime Minister Mark Rutte and his plans to introduce the Great Reset by destroying farmers across the Netherlands.
BBB leader Caroline van der Plas declared, “what the f**k happened?” in a victory speech on Wednesday evening as her party, which is just three years old.
The BoerBurgerBeweging (FarmerCitizenMovement) gained momentum in rural areas due to gorwing anger towards the government’s globalist farming regulations, specifically nitrogen fertilizers, which are threatening to put farmers out of business.
BBB is also expected to pick up a whopping 16 seats in the 75-seat Senate after holding zero.
Chairman of the Agriculture and Horticultural Organization Netherlands (LTO), Sjaak van der Tak, said following the victory that it was “an important profit for our farmers and the vital countryside.”
“Voters gave the cabinet and, therefore the coalition a huge blow, and that requires a real change of course with finding support for the big plans, such as nitrogen,” he added.
The driving force behind the colossal support for the pro-farming party was the opposition against the globalist “great reset” agenda to cut the use of nitrogen fertilizers by as much as 70 percent, forcing many farmers out of business.
The BBB victory could also see them take power in the very regions the government is trying to impose its green agenda, creating even more problems for the governing coalition, which saw its seats fall from 32 to 24
According to polls, more than three-quarters of BBB voters believe that governments should be able to enact distinct policies from the national government, compared to 58 percent among all voters.
But Rutte’s defeat could damage his ability to hold onto power, with speculation that Caroline van der Plas could become the next prime minister.
Van der Plas also questioned Rutte’s continued rule.
“How can you continue to govern if you have so little support?” she asked.
But despite the Farmer’s victory, the minister for nature and nitrogen policy, Christianne van der Wal, signaled the nitrogen policy is still firmly on the agenda, as the government believes it is mandated to push it under law.
But BBB leader Van der Plas called van der Wal’s comments “complete bullshit” and that “everything can change, if you want.”
Opposition to the anti-farmer green agenda also prompted thousands of farmers to rise up in Belgium.
Earlier this month, 2,700 tractors brought traffic to a standstill in Brussels, as thousands of farmers gathered to protest against the nitrogen emissions cuts.
As we reported last year, the World Economic Forum (WEF) is a driving force behind the global attack on farmers as the United Nations’ “Agenda 2030” Sustainable Development Goals make headway.
The U.N’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are sown inside policies currently waging war on farmers and food supplies worldwide.
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MANDATED UNDER LAW??? WHO’S LAW CHARLES SCHWAB DER FUHRER OF THE WORLD RUNNING THE WEF THAT LAW??
Wuz day kangz?
These purveyors of evil should be e******d, not just defeated. The damage they have done is incredible.