As we reported last year, Dutch farmers came out in their thousands to protest the globalist Nitrogen limit rules and the Great Reset agenda, which have forced many cattle farms to the brink of bankruptcy.
The planned cuts have put Dutch farmers under a massive burden, and it’s getting worse.
Only Denmark, Ireland, the Flanders region of Belgium, and the Netherlands can exceed 170 kilos of manure per hectare, the current EU cap.
But under the terms negotiated by the outgoing Agriculture Minister, the exemption will end in 2026 and impact approximately 18,000 farms in the Netherlands, which spreads more manure on fields than other EU nations.
Farms affected by the decision will only be able to apply for 10,000 euros in assistance, which even Staghouwer acknowledged will not be sufficient to cover their losses, adding it “is not a nice message” to the farmers.
On Friday, 2,700 tractors brought traffic to a standstill in Brussels, Belgium, as thousands of Belgian farmers gathered to protest against the nitrogen emissions cuts.
Farmers blocked roads in the center of Brussels, causing major gridlocks.
“It’s an economic and social catastrophe,” said Nele Kempeneers, a spokesperson for Belgian farmers’ association Boerenbond.
“A lot of farms will have to limit the amount of animals that they keep, or simply close down.”
The protests also saw many tractors decorated with big signs expressing the farmers’ anger.
“Proud to be a farmer,” read one.
Reuters reported that Agricultural organizations said the nitrogen agreement as it now stands “will cause a socio-economic carnage.” They wanted the agreement to better reflect future prospects for the farm sector.
“We are all convinced that something has to change nitrogen-wise, but the agricultural sector should not be treated differently to the industrial sector,” protester Leen Engelen said, referring to one of the disputed points in the draft bill.
It’s no surprise the World Economic Forum (WEF) is behind the global attack on farmers as the United Nations’ “Agenda 2030” Sustainable Development Goals makes headway.
The U.N’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are sown inside policies that are currently waging war on farmers and food supplies worldwide.
The global plan is being helped by Chinese Communist Party (CCP) members within the U.N. system, who also assisted in creating the SDG.
According to experts, the U.N.-backed sustainability policies on agriculture and food production will inevitably lead to global famine, loss of freedom, and economic devastation – part of the great reset agenda.
Experts say that millions of people worldwide are facing dangerous food shortages, and it is set to get worse.