As the Netherlands farmer protest rages on, the pushback against governments enforcing ‘green’ policies has become a global phenomenon.
Earlier in the day, Australian farmers brought their tractors to the streets of Ballarat and formed a convoy to protest the government’s green energy agenda.
Meanwhile, protesters in Spanish farmers reportedly held demonstrations against climate policies and stood in solidarity with Dutch farmers in Granada, Badajoz, and Albacete.
The Italians were again out on the streets, this time in Milan.
Over in Switzerland, protesters demonstrated against globalism as a whole, putting up ‘wanted posters’ depicting some of the greatest lockdown offenders, including Bill Gates and Klaus Schwab.
These new demonstrations come just over a week after Dutch and German farmers worked together to blockade border crossings, Polish and Italian protesters held their own protests, Canadians marched in Toronto on Dutch farmers’ behalf, and a few days after the Sri Lankan government collapsed following a desperate struggle over a totally avoidable food and gas crisis.
All-in-all, what began as rowdy farmers in Holland has already swelled into a global movement, with people worldwide saying enough is enough.
It’s no wonder Dutch farmers recently put out a video calling for a unified Day of International Demonstrations to protest radical climate change policies on July 23, which may very well happen given the state of things.