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The globalists were caught with their pants down. They didn’t see it coming, and they were not prepared for the political earthquake that struck them down.

So, what exactly happened to ruin the globalists good time?

Well, a group of ragtag right-wing populist farmers, who’ve had enough with the “green communist” agenda that’s killing their industry, decided to do more than just “protest.” So, they pulled together and against all odds, they won a huge election victory that shocked the world.

Now, thanks to their big win, they’ve got a REAL say in what will happen to their farms and their livelihoods.

Just look at those happy faces….

The uprising against the globalist green agenda has been as “grass roots” (and organically green) as you can possibly get.

This battle against the green monster stretched from the rural farms and made it all the way to the cities and beyond.

Those big, beautiful tractors became a symbol of freedom and old fashioned prosperity.

The Farmer’s victory is another dagger straight into the blackened soul of the left’s destructive green movement that, over time, will end the middle-class as we know it.


The Farmer-citizen movement (BBB) was only set up in 2019 in the wake of widespread farmers’ protests.
But with most votes counted they are due to win 15 of the Senate’s seats with almost 20% of the vote.
“This isn’t normal, but actually it is! It’s all normal citizens who voted,” said leader Caroline van der Plas.

The BBB aims to fight government plans to slash nitrogen emissions harmful to biodiversity by dramatically reducing livestock numbers and buying out thousands of farms.
But its appeal has spread rapidly beyond its rural heartland, on a populist platform that represents traditional, conservative Dutch social and moral values.

Shocked by the scale of their success, Ms van der Plas told supporters that voters normally stayed at home if they lost faith in politics: “But today people have shown they can’t stay at home any longer. We won’t be ignored any more.”
A left-wing Green-Labour alliance is also on course to win 15 Senate seats, while Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s four-party coalition is poised to fall back to 24 – down eight seats.
Turnout in Wednesday’s vote, estimated at 57.5%, was the highest for years and the biggest loser of the night was the far-right Forum for Democracy party.
For rural voters, the main incentive for backing the BBB was to protest against cuts in nitrogen emissions, according to an Ipsos poll for public broadcaster NOS.

Congratulations to these amazing farmers. And let this be a lesson to Americans… remember, nobody is too small to win or too big to fall.

Keep fighting.


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