Prime Minister Mark Rutte, whose government pushed the disastrous WEF agenda to annihilate agriculture in the name of climate religion, faces electoral disaster. In the provincial elections, which are also important for the senator elections, the pro-peasant parties achieve respectable results. This could also affect national elections in two years’ time.
It’s election time in the Netherlands. The provincial elections were yesterday. Dutch farmers and their supporters are also using the election campaign to demonstrate against the anti-agriculture policies of Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s government. After last year’s large peasant protests, this is a further prelude to civil society resistance to the catastrophic plans that the European Union and the globalist World Economic Forum (WEF) are said to be foisting on the European agricultural powerhouse.
Recently, around ten thousand farmers and the citizens supporting them gathered to demonstrate against this planned annihilation as part of the election campaign for the provincial elections. Because the government plans would not only mean the end for many farms, but would also drive up food prices dramatically. To prevent this, they are counting on the voting out of those parties that are pushing this agenda.
NETHERLANDS – The Farmers have been told the army will be sent to stop their protests this weekend.
They will not be allowed to protest against their farms being forcibly purchased or losing their livelihoods.
Stand with the farmers🔥 https://t.co/3zpTNbLR7p pic.twitter.com/ziGi9FlF19
— Bernie’s Tweets (@BernieSpofforth) March 8, 2023
Not only are farmers turning to “populist” parties such as Geert Wilders’ Party for Freedom and the Farmers Citizens Movement (BBB), but there is also a growing number of Dutch citizens who are active in the areas of migration, green energy policy and Agriculture – to name just a few important issues – take a hostile attitude towards the establishment.
Dutch farmers arrive at the Provincial Government in Den Bosch, the Netherlands as the elections for the Provincial Council are tomorrow.
If there are Fair Elections, we can expect more than a Landslide.
— Timothy Robert (@timingnl) March 14, 2023
As the English-language “NL Times” reports, the elections not only saw the highest turnout in 36 years, but according to initial reports the governing parties are also losing significantly. Accordingly, the voters who determined the new leaders of the twelve provinces have sent a clear signal. The four parties that support Prime Minister Rutte’s current cabinet will only get 24 instead of 32 seats in the 75-strong First Chamber.
Provincial elections today in the Netherlands, with an indirect effect on the composition of the Senate. This is 25 minutes before the polls close; sure looks like a heavy turnout. Volunteer: “I’ve never seen this before.” pic.twitter.com/kso8QIzJTH
— Kees van der Leun (@Sustainable2050) March 15, 2023
Consequently, the largest party in the Senate is likely to be either the more right-leaning new party, the Peasant Citizens’ Movement, or the left-leaning merger of the Workers’ Party (PvdA) and GroenLinks. Both factions are expected to get 15 of the 75 seats in the Senate. This is likely to further complicate government work. If the Dutch government continues on its current path, it could face a much bigger defeat in the parliamentary elections in two years’ time.
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