Dutch Farmer’s Party Is A Creation Of The Chemical Industry
The big winner in the Dutch elections on 15 March 2023 was the BoerBurgerBeweging
(BBB, translated as Farmer-Citizen Movement).
While heralded as an “anti-globalist” victory, this party is a front for Bayer-Monsanto and the chemical industry.
“What can we expect from the Farmer-Citizen Movement? The answer is: nothing. Nitrogen policy is framed within the globalist climate agenda, which in turn flows from Agenda 2030 and the so-called ‘sustainable development goals’.
The implementation of Agenda 2030 may be slightly delayed, but the process will continue. The last paragraph of the report below already indicates ‘that the plan just needs fine-tuning’.“
The BBB was established on 1 October 2019, with the cooperation of marketing company ReMarkAble. This company may count major players in the food industry among its clients. For instance, the Bayer-Monsanto company (Bayer owns Monsanto) is a major client of ReMarkAble.
It is not the first time a political party has hired a marketing firm, but it may be a first time that a political party emerges from a marketing firm.
The founder, owner and marketing director of ReMarkAble, are also secretary and treasurer at the BBB. Along with other employees, they have been actively involved in the BBB’s election campaign.
The BBB has received donations from ReMarkAble from 2019, totalling EUR 174,0001. Of this amount, the BBB declared EUR 160,000 on their Facebook page.
The address of the BBB is the same as the address of Bayer Monsanto’s communications office in the Netherlands: Groningerstraat 21, 7418 BX Deventer.
• Address BBB: • Address ReMarkAble: https://remarkable.nl/en/contact
Bayer Monsanto, Cargill and Dupont have bought nearly 17 million hectares of agricultural land in Ukraine. That is about 60% of the available arable land in the country.
What can we expect from the Farmer-Citizen Movement? The answer is: nothing.
Nitrogen policy is framed within the globalist climate agenda, which in turn flows from Agenda 2030 and the so-called ‘sustainable development goals’.
The implementation of Agenda 2030 may be slightly delayed, but the process will continue. The last paragraph of the report below already indicates ‘that the plan just needs fine-tuning’.
- – to take food production away from farmers, as part of the plan to create food scarcity and put production in the hands of big players, who together with the government will control the entire chain.
A problem is created, a plan of action drawn up and a solution put forward. This is yet another strong example of Hegelian dialectic, applied time and again by the dark globalists.
Those ‘solutions’ include the Tristate City project. This is a frenzied plan for a kind of super city of 30 to 40 million Europeans, in which the Netherlands, the Brussels and Antwerp regions (Belgium) and the German Ruhr area are given an urban role. In that plan, there is no room for farmers. It also indicates that the future is one without nation states; that too is part of Agenda 2030.
You may decide for yourself how far advanced the Tristate City project is: https://www.tristatecity.nl/.
Almost all Western leaders are implementing Agenda 2030. This Agenda is the work of the United Nations, in close cooperation with the World Economic Forum (WEF).
To prepare for their role, the WEF developed the Young Global Leaders training for heads of government and state. Rutte, Macron, Johnson, Trudeau, De Croo, among others, can call themselves laureates of this programme. It explains why they are all heading in the same direction.