The anti “Great Reset” BoerBurgerBeweging (BBB) movement has won even more seats in the Dutch Senate, delivering a massive blow the globalists in the country’s coalition government in another major victory for farmers.
Last week, the FarmerCitizenMovement secured a massive win at the provincial elections.
The unexpected victory came from growing resentment against World Economic Forum stooge and great reset advocate Prime Minister Mark Rutte.
The BoerBurgerBeweging was founded to represent struggling farmers facing being closed down due to “Great Reset” efforts pushed by globalists by mandating curbs on using nitrogen fertilizers.
The protest movement was initially involved in many major farmer demonstrations across the Netherlands, and ultimately became a political force in the country’s recent regional government elections.
It now appears the Farmer-Citizen Movement’s success was much greater than the media and polls reported, with it being due to claim 17 seats in the Senate and becoming the largest party.
Mark Rutte’s coalition government of the supposedly “center-right” appears to have suffered more considerable losses than anticipated, with Vlaardingerbroek suggesting they won’t achieve a majority.
Vlaardingerbroek said her country is being used as a “pilot” for the globalist green agenda, with Rutte “very deeply involved in the World Economic Forum [and] a great proponent of all the ideas laid out in the 2030 Agenda and the Great Reset.”
“It’s all related, all these policies are out of those institutions, and they are being implemented in our country first; we are sort of the pilot country together with Canada for this agenda,” she said. referencing the scheme to target farmers by the E.U.’s Natura 2000 scheme.
Some members of the Dutch Cabinet said the defeat proves the government can no longer simply “move on to the order of the day.”
The World Economic Forum (WEF) is a major force behind the global attack on farmers as the United Nations’ “Agenda 2030” Sustainable Development Goals make headway in the agenda.
The U.N.’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are sown inside policies currently waging war on farmers and food supplies worldwide.