In a startling move, the German Ministry of Agriculture has ordered its farms to “cease operating” in what they’re calling a necessary part of protecting the environment. What could this mean for the global agricultural industry? Well, it appears that the World Economic Forum may also have something to do with this at the expense of the global food supply.
Quite the plot twist, wouldn’t you say? This week we got news that the German government had ordered their farmers to cut back on their fertilizer use in a maneuver that lines up with the WEF’s agenda. And some consider this to be a coordinated attack on the world’s food supply. It may look like small moves here and there, but be aware – this could be part of something much bigger . . . and more sinister.
Breitbart reports, due to the EU’s green agenda, Germany has banned farmers in one of its federal states from properly fertilizing large areas of land. Nitrate fertilizers have been restricted for large swathes of farmland in North Rhine-Westphalia as of Thursday. This green agenda change is likely to severely reduce yields. All in an effort to comply with Klaus Schwab’s global warming goals for the EU.
In April of 2022 the WEF released a paper: Transforming Food Systems with Farmers A Pathway for the EU 2022.
Stating the “economic case for farmers to reduce fertilizer use through precision techniques is likely to be significantly enhanced.”
Breitbart continues, it has already wreaked havoc in the Netherlands, where the Dutch government now plans to buy out or forcibly close up to 3,000 farms in order to meet Brussels’ targets.
Farmers there angered by government plans that may require them to use less fertilizer and reduce livestock forced and blocked supermarket distribution hubs in several cities. Trish Regan raised a warning on News Nation.
Bild reports that farmers in Germany will now be forced to use 20 percent less fertilizer in any area deemed to have problematic levels of this chemical, despite the potential negative impact on food security in Europe.
In total, the publication claims a third of North Rhine-Westphalia is now unusable due to these new restrictions.
In late November 2019, thousands of German farmers parked their tractors outside Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate to protest government restrictions on fertilizers, pesticides, and insecticides.
Large convoys of tractors caused traffic jams in downtown Berlin as 10,000 farmers drove 5,000 tractors to the protest site.
The situation in Western Europe is becoming increasingly dire as the green tyranny bureaucracy of the EU enforces more authoritarian policies. Electricity bills are rising, putting a strain on households and businesses, while imposing unnecessary regulations on farming has now started to threaten food security. Globalists are declaring a war on carbon, but are now targeting nitrogen– a critical element that makes up nearly 80% of Earth’s atmosphere and is essential for crop production. This situation would have wide-ranging consequences for the global food supply if not taken action upon promptly, as it could lead to famine and mass death as a result. It’s clear that swift action must be taken before this situation spirals out of control.
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