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Trudeau and Rutte ‘golden pin-up boys’ for World Economic Forum: Rowan Dean:
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte are “golden pin-up boys” for Klaus Schwab and the globalist fantasists of the World Economic Forum, says Sky News host Rowan Dean.
“The similarities between Canada and Holland are as startling as they are disturbing,” Mr Dean said. (Sky News Australia/YT)
‘Broad sense of frustration, anger, despair’: Dutch farmers protest against nitrogen cuts:
Netherlands Agricultural and Horticultural Organization’s Wytse Sonnema says there’s a broad sense of “frustration, anger, even despair” amongst farmers amid proposals for nitrogen reduction target plans.
Farmers are protesting around the Netherlands over the government’s new policy which would see the country slash nitrogen oxide and ammonia emissions by 50 per cent by 2030.
“There’s a map now outlining nitrogen reduction targets of 50 per cent nationally, 70, up to 95 per cent in certain areas,” Mr Sonnema told Sky News Australia.
“And imagine if you’re a fifth-generation farmer living on your land, making a living, being part of a local community, and you see a map saying that basically there’s no future.
“No future for farming, but also no future for the economic, social, cultural fabric of the countryside.” (Sky News Australia/YT)