Video has emerged that shows Dutch horse riders demonstrating on behalf of farmers in the Netherlands.
In a video, several Dutch horse riders can be seen hanging upside-down Netherlands flags off the sides of their horses while sporting red bandanas as they make their way to the A28 highway.
The Dutch farmers are currently protesting a climate policy that will put a 50% cap on nitrogen and ammonia emissions by 2030. Farmers are the primary targets due to the supposed impact of fertilizer use and livestock. It’s estimated that at least 30% of farmers will be forced out of business and will have to sell their land due to the policy.
The Dutch government knows this and has positioned itself to purchase the land, which is, of course, highly dubious.
“The honest message … is that not all farmers can continue their business,” a government statement reads.
Since the protests began, the red bandanas (or handkerchiefs) have become symbolic of the Dutch farmers’ struggle against the government’s nitrogen policy, and many, from fishermen to legal philosophers, have donned the accessory to show solidarity with the farmers.
While the government claims this is about saving the environment, few believe them.
As Dutch Legal Philosopher Eva Vlaardingerbroek explains while speaking to Fox News’s Tucker Carlson, “What this is about is the Dutch government stealing our farmers’ land, and they’re doing this under the guise of a made-up nitrogen crisis that is basically going to put most of these farmers completely out of business… they’re doing this because they want these want these farmers’ land, and they want it to house new immigrants.”
“They also want it because the farmers are obviously standing in the way of the Great Reset plans that they have for us. Farmers are hardworking, God-fearing, and especially self-sufficient people that are just standing in the way of their globalist agenda.”
The farmers are now calling on the world to join them in protest against harmful climate change policies on July 23 for a Day of International Demonstrations.