Are Elites Planning to Expropriate Dutch Farmland to Support an Enormous Smart City?

[It seems to me that the War on White Farmers, everywhere, is in some way linked back to Jews. I think Jews HATE rural Whites and do their utmost to destroy them in all kinds of weird creepy Jew ways. Jan]

Europeans are targeted by invisible elites. Europeans have been sold out by politicians meant to represent them, but in reality serve institutions such as the World Economic Forum, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, as well as a bevy of transnational corporations, that are key ‘stakeholders’ in this closely-knit network of elites. Dutch farmers have been stridently protesting their government’s edict that will require farmers to curb their nitrogen emissions by up to 70%. The farmers’ actions have led to the resignation of Henk Staghouwer, Holland’s agriculture minister. The nitrogen cuts come at a time of global food and fertilizer shortages, when Holland is the second-largest food exporter after the US. Critics suspect the farmers have been targeted in order to expropriate land for Tristatecity, a giant ‘smart city’ project, stretching across swaths of Holland, Belgium and Germany, incorporating 30 million to 45 million people. The Tristatecity is a classic World Economic Forum ‘fourth Industrial Revolution’ concept.

We are at war in Europe. But not with Russia. The enemy does not have boots on the ground, tanks, machine guns or bombs; we cannot see it.

It is a devious, insidious many-headed hydra shaping our lives, aided by those who are meant to represent us. A critical battle line has opened up against this amorphous enemy in the heart of Europe. In the Netherlands.

Brave Dutch farmers have mobilised their tractors, their slurry tankers and their bales of straw; they have taken to the streets to protest, as we first reported here and they have not let up.

After a tumultuous summer of protests by farmers over so called ‘pollution’ regulations – the Dutch government’s edict that will require farmers to curb their nitrogen emissions by up to 70 per cent in the next eight years – the Dutch agriculture minister, Henk Staghouwer, has resigned after only nine months in office telling reporters that he wasn’t the right person for the job. Indeed.

We would do well to pay attention. They are protesting on our behalf. They are taking on what’s been aptly described as ‘a corporatised “sustainability” agenda crafted by a billionaire-backed “green” elite with no popular constituency’.

Invisible institutions such as the World Economic Forum, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, as well as a bevy of transnational corporations, are key ‘stakeholders’ in this closely-knit network. These are the unelected figures who are influencing government policy in supposedly sovereign states across the globe.

The Dutch government plans to spend 25billion euros expropriating 11,200 farms – allegedly to cut nitrogen emissions in half by 2030. This will mean the loss of 20 per cent of farms, while another 33 per cent will be forced to scale back and reduce livestock.

The madness of these cuts comes at a time of global food and fertiliser shortages, when Holland is the second-largest food exporter after the US. It now risks following Sri Lanka in becoming a major importer as opposed to an exporter of food.

As well as the timing, what makes Dutch farmers so suspicious is that the curb on nitrogen emissions falls disproportionately on farming, when industry and transport are also major polluters. There is however a logic to this if the specific motive for this appropriation of their land and livelihood is the Tristatecity.

The Tristatecity is a ‘smart city’ project which began to emerge as a concept in 2015. It is the vision of Peter Savelberg, a Dutch consultant, to create a giant megalopolis from Holland through Belgium to the Ruhr in Germany, incorporating 30million to 45million people.

Source: https://needtoknow.news/2022/09/%ef%bf%bcare-elites-planning-to-expropriate-dutch-farmland-to-support-an-enormous-smart-city/

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