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WATCH: European Farmers Stage MASSIVE Protests

European farmers have followed through on earlier promises and taken to the streets of the European Union in massive demonstrations.

Farmers from across the continent are now blockading state capitols to protest the draconian climate policies of the E.U.

Belgian farmers have reportedly become the latest coalition of farmers to join in the massive and ongoing protests that erupted earlier this month but have since escalated.

Clamping down on the people who produce food is never a good idea, yet the geniuses in the European parliament believe that their insane regulations won’t lead to massive food shortages.

Moreover, the two biggest polluters on the planet are the U.S. military and China, driving a diesel car and eating cows barely even registers in terms of climate change.

If the bureaucrats truly want to help the climate, they should give up their positions and resign. Take a look at the massive protests sweeping across Europe right now:

Reuters reports:

On Friday, Prime Minister Gabriel Attal’s government dropped plans to gradually reduce state subsidies on agricultural diesel, and announced other steps aimed at reducing the financial and administrative pressures faced by many farmers.

Yet the FNSEA, France’s biggest farming union, said it would keep up its protests and many farmers remained at roadblocks set up by motorways and major roads on Saturday.

One individual issued a dire warning: “European farmers have continuously protested and done everything to sound the alarm and stand without blame for what now risks following in Europe and thus the rest of the world.”

The Guardian explained:

Now the fight has come to Europe’s biggest economy. After furious farmers dumped manure on the streets of Berlin in December, the German government watered down a plan to cut subsidies for diesel in farmyard vehicles.

But lobby groups are pushing them to scrap the plan entirely. Joachim Rukwied, president of the German farmers’ association, said last Monday that 100,000 tractors had hit the streets for a week of disruptive protests.

“Farmers today sent a clear signal to the federal government to completely withdraw the planned tax increases.”


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