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20 hours ago, Art From Coleman said:

Unfortunately, that is NOT how "supply and demand" works. (But, I do think that your reply was done in sarcasm mode)

Yes, I was being sarcastic. ūüėä

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https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/07/dutch-police-open-fire-16-year-old-farm-boy-mass-protests-shut-globalist-reset-plans/

Undoubtedly the Dutch po-po were 'trained' to respond in this manner by our own FBI, through their 'training' and cooperation between international law enforcement agencies on how to "respond to terrorist threats".

https://www.fbi.gov/contact-us/legal-attache-offices

OR,

The Dutch police have revived the practices of those that occupied their country during WW II.

 

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This could get very interesting.  I see strong parallels to what we witnessed in Canada this winter.  Now, it is warm and the Dutch protestors have logistic advantages.  Holland has such strong trading lanes that any disruptions will be felt very quickly in the rest of the EU.

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FWIW

"Steve Bannon Interviews Michael Yon from The Netherlands as Protesting Dutch Farmers Surround Police Station Demanding Release of Farm Teen Who Was Shot at by Police

July 6, 2022 | sundance | 69 Comments"

 

https://theconservativetreehouse.com/blog/2022/07/06/steve-bannon-interviews-michael-yon-from-the-netherlands-as-protesting-dutch-farmers-surround-police-station-demanding-release-of-farm-teen-who-was-shot-at-by-police/

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The person that Mr. Bannon was interviewing mentioned TWO things that are little known, mainly because the American MEDIA is, and has always been loathe to 'report' them:

#1 being the Kulaks of Stalin's Soviet Union, and the purpose behind the "elimination" of them, to ensure the "greater good" of Communism

#2. The famine in Holland towards the end of the war, which was so bad on the Dutch population that the Allies negotiated an airlift of food and medical necessities with the German occupiers to relieve at least part of the suffering amongst the Dutch civilian population.

 

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3 hours ago, Art From Coleman said:

Also german farmers ar protesting.

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On 6/29/2022 at 9:18 PM, Loadstar said:

Canada is headed the same way. From what I read the feds want us to cut back on nitrogen usage but continue to increase crop yields. Genius!

Freeland said today the government knows of the cost of living increases but this is part of the steps needed for the green changeover, these ducktards don't have an inkling of what they are talking about and showing their elitist attitudes while they keep doing and going wherever they want, I'm starting to believe the writing is on the walls for these ducktards because money isn't holding up, I hate this ducking rathole, but I'm keeping my fingers crossed.

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1 hour ago, Dasnake said:

Freeland said today the government knows of the cost of living increases but this is part of the steps needed for the green changeover, these ducktards don't have an inkling of what they are talking about and showing their elitist attitudes while they keep doing and going wherever they want, I'm starting to believe the writing is on the walls for these ducktards because money isn't holding up, I hate this ducking rathole, but I'm keeping my fingers crossed.

,,,exactly the same down under.Jake....and the ''talking mule'' must block any negativity from Holland . because I have neither seen or heard anything about those''nasty '' farmers and their justified concerns ....

the mules agenda through to 2040  is an appalling indicment of the Socialist System

..highly doubtfull   that I will be above the grass, at that point....but I fear for the folk  with  the 'White '  skin.....

Mike

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Did not see this thread till now. Let me give a small summary.

In the Netherlands, we have so called 'Natura 2000' "parks". They mostly are small pieces of land in which mostly moor (that is wat the dutch word "heide" translates to?) grows. Normally, moor is preserved by sheep, because they eat all the different plants out there. Years ago, the subsidies for these shepherds is stopped, which allowed the moor to develop on in the next cycle. They are all gone now. We all know that when a plant gets enough ammonia (form of nitrogen), it grows and develops. This means that the moor will develop into a forest, the forest burns down and moor starts to grow again. Its just a cycle. However, the dutch government, largely dictated by the european union, want to freeze the cycle in the moor stage. To do that, almost no ammonia should get to this moor. That is why they came up with rediculous plans.

In a nutshell, in a circle of 1km around natura 2000 area's, 95% of ammonia emissions need to be reduced and far around the 1km border, 50% needs to be reduced. As farmers are big producers of ammonia, our government thinks its a good idea to buy out farmers (for real low prices). If they dont want to, the government will just take the property and give an even worse price for it. It will come down to almost 50% reduction in the amount of cattle, pigs and chickens we will have. This is why the farmers are angry. 

Also, if a farmer would like to stop and sell his animals and ammonia rights, the government wont allow that because they want his land as well. That gives the farmers (and me too) the impression that it is not the ammonia emissions, but the land they are after.

Also, targets are often not reachable. On the island of Vlieland, there are no cars, no farmers, just a couple of people and still a 95% reduction is needed. Just not possible.

In my area, we also need to reduce ammonia emissions by 50%, but that is not possible either because 60% of the ammonia that ends up here comes from Germany (where the rules somehow are way less strict)

So, an unncessary plan to save unnecessary nature, is pushed through at the cost of farmers.

To add to this, Dutch farmers are the most sustainable and efficient farmers around the world. We are the second largest exporter of agricultural products. It is of the highest quality and animals have a great life here. Stopping here means that production in countries like Argentina will grow, where the farmers are less sustainable and the animal welfare is worse. Bad trade off right?

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Shows you what a lack of history teaching gets you - 

And I would have thought that in Holland they ought to remember the last German who wrote a recipe book for the world?

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12 hours ago, Farmall 1466 said:

In a nutshell, in a circle of 1km around natura 2000 area's, 95% of ammonia emissions need to be reduced and far around the 1km border, 50% needs to be reduced. As farmers are big producers of ammonia, our government thinks its a good idea to buy out farmers (for real low prices). If they dont want to, the government will just take the property and give an even worse price for it. It will come down to almost 50% reduction in the amount of cattle, pigs and chickens we will have. This is why the farmers are angry. 

Which is turned into more Moor, which pushes the boundary back, which is turned into  . . . Well you see where this is going!  Remember, by 2030 you will own nothing and be happy!

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¬†None of this surprises me It‚Äôs very apparent our ‚Äú Leaders‚ÄĚ are not as smart as they think they are, ¬†If they push through reducing nitrogen use in the green countries with in 1 year they will have a huge uprising of hungry people, ¬†not sure what rabbit hole they hid all the groceries in. either way there isn‚Äôt that much extra of anything to reduce production by 50% or even 25% and keep people feed.¬†
Could be plan A covid didn’t kill enough people so plan B starve people 

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13 hours ago, Ian Beale said:

Shows you what a lack of history teaching gets you - 

And I would have thought that in Holland they ought to remember the last German who wrote a recipe book for the world?

Oh well, with the way things are going, it will be a repeat of history...

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2 hours ago, Rawleigh99 said:

Which is turned into more Moor, which pushes the boundary back, which is turned into  . . . Well you see where this is going!  Remember, by 2030 you will own nothing and be happy!

Our saver Klaus is there to help us!

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Farmall 1466

 

Location:The Netherlands

 

Mr. 1466, if you happen to find a Van in one of your fields, please send it to me, as that was, at one time, in front of my last name.

However, other sources say the name, WITHOUT the Van, came from southeastern Germany (Wurtenburg)(?)

Personally, I kind of prefer the Ost Friesland area.

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4 hours ago, Ian Beale said:

Dutch journalist explains farmer rebellion

 

Yep she's right, and based haha. I like her. One of the few journalists in the Netherlands that still is realistic unfortunately. On all of our news pages, journalists are talking positieve about plan, almost makes you think that they are part of the plan..

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7 hours ago, Art From Coleman said:

Farmall 1466

 

Location:The Netherlands

 

Mr. 1466, if you happen to find a Van in one of your fields, please send it to me, as that was, at one time, in front of my last name.

However, other sources say the name, WITHOUT the Van, came from southeastern Germany (Wurtenburg)(?)

Personally, I kind of prefer the Ost Friesland area.

I am not sure what you mean. Can you explain?

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4 hours ago, Farmall 1466 said:

I am not sure what you mean. Can you explain?

At some point, according to one version of the family history, the last name was "van ****"  At some point, after coming to America, (Pennsylvania Dutch) the "van" was dropped, and "****" became the last name. 

According to another version, the last name came from the Wurttemberg region of Southwest Germany, (now Baden-Wurttemberg)

Friesland, as you know, is a province in the Netherlands, that includes several islands off of the north coast (including a city that has a similar name to my last name.

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The Frisians are a Germanic ethnic group indigenous to the coastal regions of the Netherlands and northwestern Germany. They inhabit an area known as Frisia and are concentrated in the Dutch provinces of Friesland and Groningen and, in Germany, East Frisia and North Frisia (which was a part of Denmark until 1864).

My reference to the "Ost Friesland", was the name of a WW I era dreadnaught of the Imperial German Navy, which was 'given' to the US as reparations after the end of WW I.  It was later sunk in a demonstration of General Billy Mitchell's theory that air power could destroy a navy's capital ships.

So, IF sometime you are out working your field, and you plow up a "van", you will help solve my identify crisis as to where the ancestors on my Dad's side came from.

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