Over 100 Dutch Farm Freedom Fighters Arrested


At least 100 usually peaceful gardeners turned freedom fighter have been arrested but there isn’t much detail in the news. Nobody prints much about Dutch Netherlands farm protests. The little bit that is managing to trickle out indicates that the government suddenly decided to clamp down hard. They’re using sneaky tactics, too. Instead of arresting people on site and causing visible confrontations, they’re gathering information and quietly rounding up demonstrators later.

More than 100 arrested

Various sources are reporting on Tuesday, August 16, that “over 100 people have been arrested by police in relation to demonstrations resisting EU green agenda plans.” Dutch farmers are fighting not only for their own lives and livelihoods but for the future of agriculture worldwide. Half of Europe is poised on the brink of starvation because nobody wants to back down on the Green Dream regulation nightmare.

The way the Dutch government sees it, Agenda 2030 numbers are carved in stone. So, they tell the farmers, get with the program and sell your farm to developers. That way, the migrants can move in. We don’t need farm grown food. Bill Gates has a substitute. Plus, we can always eat bugs.

The farmers upped the stakes over the weekend by spraying hundreds of pounds of manure over a troop of riot police. That group probably makes up the majority of those recently arrested. They’re reduced to such tactics by “green agenda measures which will see up to 30 per cent of livestock farms in the country forced to close.

The negotiations were a joke. The Dutch officials, including Prime Minister Mark Rutte, keep calling their scheme “an ‘unavoidable transition‘ towards Great Reset-style reforms.” The ones cooked up in Brussels by the World Economic Forum.

For weeks, Dutch farmers have been “actively resisting the changes, blocking motorways and food distribution centers in the hopes of bringing authorities to heel.

According to one local news outlet, “police have responded to the demonstrations by cracking down on protesters, with over 100 people being arrested in relation to the anti-green agenda demonstrations in recent weeks, with hundreds more being handed fines for actions resisting the measures.

Protest now, get busted later

Journalists around the globe are finding it “interesting” that “around one-quarter of such arrests did not occur during the period when alleged offenses supposedly took place, but after the events, with police taking the time to track down individual protesters.

Something that’s beyond interesting to downright spooky, “a number of whom end up being remanded in police custody for considerable periods of time.” Getting arrested is becoming a badge of honor in the Netherlands.

Nearly all of the protests have been peaceful, if smelly. Even the ones involving fire were contained to small areas. Despite the intention of peaceful, generally law abiding protest, there have been incidents where the line was crossed by both sides.

News of the arrests follow on from violent incidents occurring between police and protesters, with law enforcement officials coming under fire for shooting at a boy, allegedly without sufficient justification, as well as beating protesters with batons at one demonstration in the country earlier this month.” Getting arrested is a small price to pay for saving humanity from starvation.

Demonstrators have made it crystal clear that they won’t be stopped simply by being arrested. “Despite these police crackdowns, demonstrators in the country do not appear to be dissuaded from taking further actions against the government.

Groups like the Farmers Defense Force and Org Agractie are “calling on those in the country to ramp up the impact.” They know what to do. “We have to persevere with our actions,” the organization’s director, Erik Luiten declares.


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