European Union Fires the shot to start WWIII in the Netherlands


The Netherlands are about to lose many of their farms by confiscation. At least an attempt at that is in the process. How did the Netherlands get here? “Essentially, the EU has now achieved what Kaiser Wilhelm and Adolf Hitler failed to achieve between 1914 – 1945”. Mustang’s comment made earlier. The Netherland is the number two exporter of food, second only to the U.S. While we keep hearing about Ukraine as the breadbasket, it is the Dutch who lead.

For a catch up on what this is all about.

Dutch farmers ‘desperately’ fighting back against government’s ‘green’ agenda

First to understand let’s start with the European Union and their Court of Justice. The court sounding quite similar in many ways to the United States secret FISA courts. The E.U. could not have come to where they are without the Court of Justice.

The E.U. Court of Justice

We don’t know much about the inner workings of the Court, beyond what its statute and rules of procedure tell us.2 The deliberations are secret and only ruling judges can attend. Dissenting opinions are not made public.3 The Court has been compared to ‘a black hole, from which nothing – except very brief, magisterial rulings with no hint of disagreement among the judges – can escape’ (Pollack 2017: 602). Secrecy was built into its DNA: one working language (French) was reportedly adopted to prevent that interpreters would attend the secret deliberations (Saurugger and Terpan 2017: 14).

I can attest to that having attempted to read their cases. None are in English.

How powerful is ECJ?

Not only did the ECJ confirm the Van Gend en Loos ruling, it established that European law always supersedes national law since states transferred rights to the community. This has become known as the principle of supremacy, and together with direct effect it gives constitutional status to EU law. Nov 13, 2020 For those who are interested in a read that is totally in the weeds I offer the following:


Guardians of Public Value
 pp 135–159

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The European Court of Justice: Guardian of European Integration

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Abstract

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) was founded in 1952. At that time, few observers would have predicted a future of a powerful institution, shaping Europe’s faith through its rulings. But that is exactly what happened. After a slow start, the ECJ gradually evolved into one of the most important institutions of the European Union. This chapter describes how this little court shrouded in secrecy managed to climb the institutional ladder. It analyses the role of institutional leadership, the relation between the ECJ and its authorizing environment, the near-existential crisis it faced in the 1970s, and the potential vulnerabilities that have grown over the years.

As an example just how far the E.U. can go I offer an earlier post as an example:

E.U. to implement a $300K fine per barbarian for non acceptance

May 4, 2016 – Bunkerville

Officials who saw the proposal in advance said the fine would act as a sanction on nations that refuse to adhere to the E.U.’s asylum system. While the exact penalty is still in flux, a diplomat said that it would amount to “hundreds of thousands of euros.”

So now we have the idea how this thing operates.

Scholars agree that the ECJ has been highly influential in advancing European integration beyond what could have been achieved via decisions of the EU’s political institutions (Schmidt 2018: 27; Stone Sweet 2010). According to Stone Sweet (2010: 2), the ‘significance of the ECJ’s impacts rivals that of the world’s most powerful courts’.

It is notoriously difficult to gauge community support for an organization of which the larger public is mostly unaware. Even those who are aware of its existence are generally not informed about the actions of the Court (Dehousse 1998: 145; Gibson and Caldeira 1995: 470).

Next to add to this saga of how we got to the end game of the Dutch:

Enter:

Former German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen who has been narrowly confirmed as the next President of the European Commission, the powerful administrative arm of the European Union. (July 2019) Bunkerville

Former German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen

European Union elects to move toward a Communist Utopia

This sums it up I think:

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage may be her biggest critic. Addressing the European Parliament, he said:

“What you’ve seen from Ursula von der Leyen today is an attempt by the EU to take control of every single aspect of our lives. She wants to build a centralized, undemocratic, updated form of Communism that will render [obsolete] nation state parliaments, where the state controls everything, where nation state parliaments will cease to have any relevance at all.

“I have to say from our perspective, in some ways, I’m really rather pleased, because you’ve just made Brexit a lot more popular in the United Kingdom. Thank God we’re leaving!

“But it is in the aspect of defense that I think people’s minds should be focused. She’s a fanatic for building a European Army, but she’s not alone. When it’s completed, NATO will cease to exist or will not have any relevance in Europe at all.”

Now the screws are applied:

European Union’s Ursula von der Leyen moves on property confiscation

Netherlands Shuts Down Farms to Meet Climate Change Mandates

Under the the guise of reducing “pollutants” the E.U. has found an easy target. Farmers. Considering the amount of pollutants industry produces, how the cow became the target leads one to speculate that an additional agenda may be afoot.

The government says emissions of nitrogen oxide and ammonia, which livestock produce, must be drastically reduced close to nature areas that are part of a network of protected habitats for endangered plants and wildlife stretching across the 27-nation European Union

Livestock produce ammonia in their urine and feces. The government in the past has called on farmers to use feed for their animals that contains less protein as a way of reducing ammonia emissions.

Farmers argue that they are being unfairly targeted as polluters while other industries, such as aviation, construction and transport, also are contributing to emissions and face less far-reaching rules. They also say the government is not giving them a clear picture of their futures amid the proposed reforms.

The government has been forced to take action after a series of court rulings that blocked infrastructure and construction projects because of fears they would cause emissions that breach environmental rules. It is giving provincial authorities a year to work out ways to meet the emission reduction targets.

And now it is in the hands of the Dutch. Will they succumb? Or fight?

Some tweets to let us know how things are going:

The best of the swamp in the world.

32 Responses to “European Union Fires the shot to start WWIII in the Netherlands”

  1. Baysider Says:

    Seizing control of the food supply is a global event Michael Yon
    Just finishing this Epoch Times interview with him now. The crew Yon retained to cover Hong Kong with him is Dutch. So he’s over there, where his crew lives, getting an eyeful. Not just Holland. Germany. German farmers coming over to support the Dutch.

    He makes a contrast with the French who had a policy in recent years to keep their small farmers. Spread risk, etc. Looks like a good idea now.

    What is NOT a good idea now is the purposeful withdrawal of food supplies in a food shortage. He likens it to Red Famine, Anne Applebaum’s fine book on Stalin starving out Ukraine by the purposeful removal of food from the population. Thinking on the parallels. Stalin …. Davos. Scary.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/nations-are-manufacturing-food-shortages-with-regulation-globalists-agenda-against-farmers-and-fertilizers_4576539.html?utm_source=enewsnoe&utm_campaign=etv-2022-07-06&utm_medium=email&est=JnEhYQvLkTnXOjen3peGnxGmCTV9v2Z6PV4tpFJazT8bftOGF1w4sEMq1UyeX6MRsQ%3D%3D

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    • Baysider Says:

      Other places: Germany, New Zealand, Wales, Canada, and Sri Lanka that just withdrew their mandates on the verge of starvation. Timing and narrative coinciding worldwide to reduce fertilizer BEFORE Russia in Ukraine – all behind the green shield. It’s like they’re using the Russian adventures to simultaneously disrupt agriculture in ways that have already been in the planning. In this case, the purposeful restriction of fertilizers. Now, I am not a fan of chemical inputs. That can change (read Gabe Brown’s Dirt to Soil), but this does not move the needle in a positive way. It seems to be a perfect plan for the opposite.

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    • markone1blog Says:

      It is not surprising that the Deutsch would support the Dutch. Not that long ago (ok, 100 years before World War I), the two were loosely knitted. Since the Europeans are always calling us a “young nation,” that gives those two nations an even later point of origin.

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  2. Baysider Says:

    Object lesson #5,875: DO NOT ABANDON YOUR SOVEREIGNTY.

    As for shutting down farms to meet climate mandates, this is from a 2017 article on the extensive Dutch greenhouse farming operations. “Meanwhile, the plentiful use of sensors and environmental controls means that many have reduced dependence on water for key crops by as much as 90 percent. They’ve almost completely eliminated the use of chemical pesticides on plants in greenhouses, and since 2009 Dutch poultry and livestock producers have cut their use of antibiotics by as much as 60 percent.”

    Related:
    ‘Hostile Takeover’ of Global Food System Already in Process. Agricultural researcher, permaculturalist and author Christian Westbrook joined Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. on the “RFK Jr. The Defender Podcast” to discuss what’s behind the coming food crisis.

    https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/food-system-christian-westbrook-rfk-jr-podcast/?utm_source=salsa&eType=EmailBlastContent&eId=288c40f1-902b-4e56-be92-56920003cbff

    The Rockefeller Foundation and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation have long been pushing the idea of a Green Revolution, founded on the idea that animals and plants are “dirty and dangerous,” said Westbrook. These groups’ goal is to industrialize our food supply and even “patent and own the very genetics that make up our entire ecosystem,” he said.

    “That’s why we’re seeing this war on agriculture, the absolute war on real meat, replacing [it] with lab meat, replacing the organic good farms with … this technocratic approach,” Westbrook said.

    “This is bid for total control.”

    ‘If you control oil, you control nations; if you control food, you control people.’
    Henry Kissinger

    Back to that object lesson: learn it before your country turns direction of their healthcare over to the WHO and Bill “Depopulation” Gates too.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I was looking forward to your comment today.. Thanks for the link… The post was getting long, but when looking at stories regarding their farming practices and Youtube.. they were applauded for their practices just a year or so ago.. I wished that I had included it on second thought…Thanks..

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  3. Elizabeth Says:

    This is disheartening and disgusting. This “green” agenda is evil and a move to control the world and tell us all how to live and eat. I am sick of it. Evil is as EVIL DOES.

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  4. BKMart Says:

    Once again Europe leads the world, into World War…

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  5. nrringlee Says:

    This is a clear example of the Administrative State gone mad. We have domestic examples. California comes to mind. The cattle and concrete industries were targeted years ago as carbon emitters. But no one. seems to be interested in going after the distilling and wine making industries for the same reasons. Science and law are simply tools in the hands of bureaucrats to create their vision of utopia.

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  7. Mustang Says:

    I am having a difficult time understanding the one visual labeled “The Great Awakening.” With three times the people running away over those chasing them, armed or not, shouldn’t it be the “other way around?” Curiously, the King of the Netherlands has not made any public announcements since his mother abdicated the throne in 2013 … and how interesting that NATO countries are now turning on their own citizens. I see a trend developing, starting on 6 January 2021. It’s no wonder Putin is laughing his ass off at NATO.

    An enterprising arms dealer could make a fortune selling weapons and ammo to really pissed-off people. I say let the games begin — but first, Europe will need to find some people with balls — no easy task given their history.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      The farmers just bought a tank from Russia… a start! :). yea, going to be something as the food supply is dropped thirty percent at the least.

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      • Dave Drake Says:

        This is all by design. It’s intended. And all so depressing. It didn’t have to be this way.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        Dave.. I think we all knew at some point it was to come to this… its interesting that it was the Netherlands that they pulled this stunt. A small country they figured I guess..lots of immigrants, unstable government from what I read in the past. But I think this fellow that is running the show in the Netherlands is playing the fool.. The EU is running the show.. he will be dispensed with forthwith at the earliest opportunity… I am not sure the Dutch understand it is the EU that is creating the mandates. They will be fined up the gazoo.

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    • bunkerville Says:

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    • Baysider Says:

      Most of them came here – then lost ’em. Balls, that is.

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    • Baysider Says:

      It’s rarely the numbers. It’s the organization of force. Organized, armed troops, especially mounted, and with a plan, can chase down quite a mob. But it COULD be the other way ’round with some effort and coordination.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        This will set the stage however it goes down for the future claims…. the beginning.

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      • Baysider Says:

        “…a voice in the midst of the four living creatures saying, ‘A quart of wheat for a denarius, and three quarts of barley for a denarius; and do not harm the oil and the wine'” Rev. 6

        At the time this was written a denarius would buy 8-10 times this much wheat. Price is the intersection of supply and demand. This would suggest a famine.

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  8. Administrator Says:

    And now it is in the hands of the Dutch. Will they succumb? Or fight?

    90% of the Dutch people (12,5 million original Dutch, 5 million imported) is in the “machine” and lost for the future. Their choice was to succumb to the needle. They do not know how to fight, WEF-regime Rutte is selected to deliver the first shot beause of that. Police rule of operation is to aim and shoot at farmers. These para-military mercenaries are paid to do that. In 2022 as in 1940….. They have to protect their superiors, the State and the regime. Be it fascist or communist rule, they can depend on Dutch police, as long as they get paid.
    The Netherlands is spearhead because of the lazy and 90% boostered Dutch planning their vacation on Spanish beaches.
    The population – apart from the criminals – is 100% disarmed, so you can figure out the outcome.
    The term “Patriot” was invented in Holland, 1780. They were armed to the teeth, only a Prussian (foreign) army could chase them away. Nothing changed.

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