The Irish government has announced plans to dramatically cut the country’s cattle and car numbers to fight “climate change.”
Under the newly-reelected Prime Minister Leo Varadkar, plans are being proposed to reduce the number of cars and cattle as part of the green ‘great reset’ agenda.
The planned reductions are largely an extension of EU green deal schemes that have seen farms across Europe, most notably the Netherlands, threatened with closure under new restrictions.
The Irish Times reports that the draft proposals will force through a new Climate Action Plan scheme mandating the total number of cattle in Ireland.
The reduction would see there being 600,000 fewer cattle in Ireland by the end of the decade.
The Irish government is also targeting cars, with the draft proposal demanding the number of automobiles on the road are cut by one-fifth by 2030.
Although the proposal documents have not been finalized, sources claim there are no disagreements within the coalition in regard to its contents.
Another source said the document will only undergo some “fine-tuning” before publication later this week.
As Breitbart noted:
Although the planned reductions are likely to hurt many farmers, in particular in the country, Ireland is far from the only EU country forcing through major green agenda reforms to the detriment of its agricultural industry. Largely at the behest of those in Brussels, governments across the trans-national bloc have been forcing through legislation that is greatly damaging to the livelihoods of many farmers throughout their countries.
So far, the most extreme of these reforms have been forced down the throats of farmers by the Dutch government, with authorities planning to shut down 3,000 farms in the country — by force if necessary — in order to appease bigwigs within the European Union.
Meanwhile, authorities across Germany have also begun implementing restrictions on the uses of nitrogen-based fertiliser — a cornerstone of farming in the modern age — with many in the country’s agriculture sector now banned from properly fertilising their own land over ecological fears.
Again, these measures were reportedly implemented largely in the hopes of appeasing the EU, with authorities from the bloc reportedly threatening to drop hefty fines on Germany should they refuse to implement the extremely damaging measures.