French farmers join German farmers in blocking highways with tractors, throwing manure to stop globalist agenda that targets farms for destruction
By Ethan Huff // Jan 26, 2024

Up in arms over their nation's crippling globalist "climate change" policies, French farmers from primarily the southwest region of the country dumped loads of manure and waste this week in front of the prefecture in Agen, while others blocked highways with tractors in protest of the anti-food and anti-human agenda of their national and EU-bloc governments.

Similar to what their German and Dutch counterparts did in recent months, French farmers are doing everything they can to make their voices heard in support of agricultural freedom, i.e., tractor demonstrations, road blockades and other public spectacles. They are sick and tired of being told that carbon dioxide (CO2), nitrogen and other natural elements involved with farming are "pollutants" that must be eradicated in order to stop "global warming."

According to reports, French farmers blocked the A64 highway in both directions as well as Highway A16, these being two major travel corridors in France. The farmers are also planning to install a roadblock on another undisclosed main road in southern France.

(Related: Be sure to check out our earlier coverage about the Dutch farmer protests that occurred last year to see how this all started.)

France's largest agricultural union considering nationwide farmer protests

Rising fuel prices and an uptick in cattle disease, among other problems, are also prompting farmers in France's Occitanie region to petition their regional government to release more emergency aid to keep their operations intact. They are also hoping the government will pass a more favorable water policy suitable for crop irrigation needs.

Located about 45 km southwest of Toulouse, the primary location of the farmer protests, Carbonne is similarly seeing an uptick in farmer protests. Numerous farmers in that region have set up a makeshift camp on the highway to Bayonne for their demonstration.

Much to the "regret" of local politician Pierre-André Durand, an almost three-hour meeting between himself and five representatives of the farming community failed to reach a decision about lifting the blockade.

"Major traffic problems are expected in both directions," commented the prefect of Occitania about a roadblock that was expected to be set up there as well at a roundabout in Tarascon-sur-Ariège.

FNSEA, France's largest agricultural union, announced plans to consider a nationwide protest in the coming weeks that would extend the actions of the farmers in southwest France who are spearheading the protests, blockades and manure and trash dumping operations.

The main issues affecting farmers in France are heavy taxes and government restrictions, these being some of the same gripes of German farmers who last week drove tractors from all corners of the country to Berlin to stage similar protests.

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