Reports indicate that protests sprouted up in both countries this week to similarly challenge government regulations that make it next to impossible to grow food and make a living, let alone keep one's farm solvent under the heavy weight of so many insurmountable restrictions.
The globalists that rule Europe out of Brussels want farmers to go belly up, apparently. They disguise their tyranny under the veil of "sustainability" and going "green," but the reality is that their policies and agenda are to stamp out the human herd, which they view as little more than cattle.
"We are not slaves, we are farmers!" chanted farmers in Italy as they rode around in their tractors with banners aimed at raising awareness about the issues at hand. "We cannot make ends meet!"
In Italy, the farmers plan to trek all the way to Rome to protest unmitigated inflation, supply chain failures and strict "green" initiatives that are forcing the agriculture industry to its knees. (Related: Learn more about how the global food crisis was engineered years ago as part of a globalist "Reset the Table" initiative.)
Millions upon millions of people from all around the world seem to agree that there are serious problems with government totalitarianism, but only now are they finally starting to take formidable action against it.
We saw it with the trucker protests in Canada, and now a similar phenomenon is occurring in Europe, just with tractors this time.
"I don't think that people are waking up to what the globalists are doing; I think they're finally pushing back," is how one person in the comment section of a source article put it, along with the following famous quote from Malcolm X:
"I'm sick and tired of being sick and tired."
People are no longer buying the mantra that everything humanity has done since the beginning of time, including animal rearing and crop growing, is somehow all of a sudden destroying the climate and causing global warming.
These are just lame excuses from a tyrannical globalist power structure that seeks to dismantle the very things that keep people fed and functional, as well as the things that keep global economies running and civilization going.
"Cow and pig farts hardly constitute an emergency emissions crisis," wrote another commenter. "Just an excuse for the elites to put farmers out of business and to starve us. Farmers know this, and like the truckers, are fighting back. We need to follow suit."
Another pointed out that the number one "greenhouse gas," as they call it, affecting the temperature of the planet is water vapor.
"How can they reduce evaporation from the ocean which ends up in useful rain?"
This same person pointed out that the number one source of CH4 methane is rice paddies, and that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is largely to blame for blocking proper drainage of mud puddles.
"The easiest way to keep the ocean from evaporating is to cover it with plastic," joked another. "China and India are leading the way by dumping trash into their rivers that flow out to sea."
The latest news about the global food crisis, which is showing no signs of ending any time soon, can be found at FoodCollapse.com.
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