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Video Resurfaces of Dutch Secret Police Caught Pretending to Be Farmers, Flee to Nearby Police Van as Farmers Chase

The government in the Netherlands is taking a playbook directly from Canada. Keep in mind that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte are two top-tier government influencers of the World Economic Forum, Davos crowd.

Trudeau and Rutte have a close and personal relationship, so it doesn’t come as a surprise to see the Dutch government trying to stop farmer protests following the same approach as the Canadian government toward the trucker protests.

In a short video resurfacing today, the farmers caught Dutch police units disguising themselves as farmers and infiltrating the protest. According to independent journalists who were recording the events, the plain clothes units were agitating for violence, a tactic to initiate a heavy-handed government response.

When the Dutch people realized they were police the undercover ‘Agent Provocateurs’ pulled batons to protect themselves and desperately retreated to a nearby police van.


A copy of the video has been put on BitChute since the video in the article is from YT which has proven itself to be an unreliable source of information/truth due to its censorship policies.

Dutch agriculture minister quits after massive protests by farmers

Dutch agricultural minister Henk Staghouwer resigned Monday following nationwide protests from farmers who feared the ministry’s climate policy would destroy their livelihoods, the Associated Press reported.

Staghouwer stepped down after telling the Dutch cabinet he would not be able to meet a September deadline for rolling out a policy to cut nitrogen emissions from the nation’s farming sector, the AP reported. The initiative involved a $24.2 billion scheme to buy out local farmers and facilitate the transition away from intensive farming practices, provoking mass demonstrations by farmers across the continent.

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Irish dairy herd set to be cut 10% under government plans

The Irish government is considering an initiative to significantly reduce the number of dairy cows in order to reach its climate change targets.

A target of reducing emissions from farming in Ireland by a quarter by 2030 has been set by government.

One proposal to achieve this is by reducing the national dairy herd by 10%, the equivalent of removing 65,000 cows a year for three years, according to the Irish Independent.

Minister for agriculture Charlie McConalogue told Irish radio station RTE Morning Ireland that a dairy vision group with farmer representatives has been looking into a range of options to reduce emissions on farm.

This includes a voluntary dairy reduction scheme, which is under consideration.

Further information on the proposals to reduce agricultural emissions are due to be released by the Irish Department for Agriculture later in the year.

Farming reaction

The Irish Farmers’ Association president Tim Cullinan said: “Reports like this only serve to further fuel the view that the government is working behind the scenes to undermine our dairy and livestock sectors.

“While there may well be some farmers who wish to exit the sector, we should all be focusing on providing a pathway for the next generation to get into farming,” he said.

Mr Cullinan added that reducing dairy or beef production in Ireland will also lead to production moving to other countries with a higher carbon footprint, which will increase global warming, rather than reducing it.

Macra na Feirme’s president, Elaine Houlihan, described the government’s proposal as a “complete knee-jerk report” which could be very damaging for farming.

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