MEANWHILE IN THE NETHERLANDS: Farmers Hold Massive Protest Against Climate Laws
Despite the narrative pushed by media and children who could star in horror movies, not everyone is onboard with Agenda: Climate Change. But few protest climate change laws quite like these Dutch farmers, who traveled to a Hauge protest not in their cars, but in their tractors. The government tried impeding tractor travel by putting up fences. But obviously those in government haven't a clue about tractors, which are basically tanks minus the guns. Check out these videos and tell me Dutch farmers aren't inching their way up your spirit animal totems:
You call that a fence? I call it a suggestion of a fence. Here, watch as my farm tank crushes it like a plus-sized model finishes a danish.
Yes, they are basically tanks.
There were record traffic jams on the Dutch roads on Tuesday as thousands of farmers headed for The Hague to take part in a mass demonstration, hundreds of whom are travelling by tractor. Motoring organisation ANWB said Tuesday morning’s rush hour, with over 1,000 kilometres of jams, was the worst ever – with queues of 40 kilometres on the A2 from Utrecht to The Hague alone.
Check out these traffic jams:
This is some impressive work. These farmers are basically a battalion. According to Dutch News, the farmers are sick and tired of government and climate idiots classifying them as planet rapists, who breathe fire and kill animals for sport. I am embellishing ever so slightly, but as someone who's also tired of being called a neanderthal for enjoying a steak, I feel I speak with some authority.
Take notes, because this is a real movement. Sure, sure, a hashtag was employed. But it was backed up with an actual demonstration which turned more than heads, it devastated traffic, even for a day. The farmers have made their presence known. They're not a small, meaningless demographic who can just be pushed around by the same sorts of climate tools who exploit children.
How this protest will impact The Netherlands proposed climate laws is obviously unknown. But you can bet the Dutch are in for a world of hurt at the grocery store if these same farmers are disrespected by the people they're feeding.
I raise my mug to you, Dutch Farmer. You have left me rather inspired this fine morn. To you, good sirs and fine ladies.