Some 3,000 farms across The Netherlands are on the government’s chopping block.
As part of the Dutch government’s mission to eradicate “global warming” and “climate change,” it is threatening to seize these 3,000 farms if their owners refuse to accept a proposed buyout.
In an effort to be “fair,” the Dutch government is offering the landowners 120 percent more fiat money than their land is worth at market prices, but many of them are not interested in cash and would prefer to keep their land.
This is not an option, though. And many farmers and their families are “crying at the kitchen table every day” while others contemplate suicide as they face the reality of losing their livelihoods at the hands of a rogue bureaucracy.
Dutch government baited farmers into creating bigger farms only to later pull the rug on them
Many of the Dutch farmers who are being forced to sell or die were lured into buying their farms by the very government that is now taking it all away by force.
The Dutch government, in conjunction with big banks, developed a comprehensive plan to expand Dutch farms, encouraging farmers to expand and create larger farms by purchasing their neighbors’ properties.
“They wanted the farms to scale up their businesses,” one report explains. “And now, suddenly the policy is to make smaller farmers. This is also the EU policy.”
“Then, you add nitrogen regulations. These farmers now have these huge farms, which means big debts, huge debts, because they had to invest. And now, the government comes up with the idea that they have this nitrogen problem, and farms need to close or be reduced in size.”
“The banks turn around and say, then your business – because a farm is really a business – is only worth 50 percent compared to yesterday. So these people have huge debts. They are captured in a system that they never asked for. They followed the rules, and now they are pushed in a direction that is really desperate for them.”
What is a Dutch farmer to do under these circumstances? That is a question many of them are now asking themselves, which is why there are a lot of tears and a growing number of tragic deaths as landowners, some of whom have been passing down their farms for many generations, are running out of hope.
Chances are that most farmers will take the money rather than have their farms seized by force. This is the kind of tyranny the flourishes once globalists take over a nation or continent and intentionally drive it into the ground for their own gain.
Keep in mind that The Netherlands, despite its small size, is the world’s second-largest producer of food behind the United States. Many other countries rely on Dutch food exports, which will dwindle once the globalists have their way with Dutch farms.
The only good news in all this is that the farmer-citizen movement in The Netherlands was so strong last election that it saw a landline win. Perhaps headway can be made in fighting back against the globalists and saving The Netherlands from total destruction.
“They keep the people stupid and the government makes them work,” one man from The Netherlands who is fighting back against globalist tyranny wrote in an article for REMIX. “That’s how the system works.”
by: Ethan Huff
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