Dutch Dairy Farmer Jeroen van Maanen Speaks To The World: "Why Are Dutch Farmers Angry?"
Explains that the globalist agenda is to take the land from the farmers: "We will fight for our farms"
Ok. I, for one, am angry that a dairy farmer in central Netherlands, at the very least perfectly bi-lingual, is probably 90 IQ points above the President of the nation in which I am a citizen, never mind the Vice President.
I listened to to this on my morning walk, and had that feeling that is the opposite, the direct opposite, of the feeling one gets when exposed to a clip from a Trudeau or a Biden. I felt faith in humanity fully restored, and wanted to race back to the apartment and post it.
First of all, his name.
Jeroen van Maanen.
The Dutch, hands down, must have the best names anywhere.
Perhaps my favorite line from this incredible clip:
“Nitrogen problems are not new. Thirty years ago already, nature people start talking about nitrogen pollution, which would make the rain sour…All the nature would be gone in a few years. Well, 30 years later, nature’s still there. Most of it is in excellent condition.”
Also great, the understated line: “It’s no solution to get rid of Dutch farmers.”
“It's embarrassing that a random Dutch farmer is more articulate and coherent and on point in English - off the cuff at that - than the American president, even while reading a teleprompter.”
Tor Max, YouTube Comment
”I was in the Netherlands 30 years ago and even then they had a programme to count and monitor the Frog population to ascertain the health of their waterways given that frogs are so sensitive to pollution changes. Everywhere we rode our bikes through woodlands and pastoral areas they had sunk buckets into the ground to catch and count the frogs at night. Their canals and streams were clean and no doubt even greater efforts have been made since. This is a country that takes their environment seriously. Dutch farmers have played a huge role in these changes. Thanks for giving this farmer a voice, he is not alone. Sending support from New Zealand.”
H. Olsen, YouTube Comment
”Some relevant Dutch history: During the last winter of the world war II the Netherlands experienced a big famine. We call it "de hongerwinter". After the war all policy was focussed on increasing food yields by world leading research and technology to make sure this would never happen to us again. We even managed to create a whole new province out of the sea that is still mostly used for agriculture. This is how the small Netherlands became the 2nd largest exporter of food in the world.”
Rik Spapens, YouTube Comment