Emission Reduction Policy By Politicians Is Something Made Up

The Dutch farmers' protests have triggered farmers around Europe. They inspired Italian, German, Polish, and Spanish farmers to stand up against the politicians. The emission reduction policy is something made up.
In fact, big global corporations continue to destroy the earth. Nickel, gold, and oil mining and drilling companies continue to emit significant amounts of pollution.

Dutch farmers say 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.
https://www.firstpost.com/world/explained-why-farmers-protests-that-kicked-off-in-the-netherlands-are-spreading-across-europe-10925091.html

Globalist Agenda To Own Food Control

Why do some big countries seem to have no power to fight the globalists? They want to control the world through food control. Some politicians around the world have become hostages. They have no power to stand on the side of their people. It is better to say "Do not trust Politician!.

Pic : https://www.firstpost.com/world/explained-why-farmers-protests-that-kicked-off-in-the-netherlands-are-spreading-across-europe-10925091.html
I live in an ASEAN country. I just see how European countries with high index of democracy is still under controlled of the unelected leaders. How about ASEAN countries? ASEAN countries have no power. Their economy is supported by the world finance organization like IMF , ADB and Wolrd Bank.
People just wait and see. When the total control of the globalists have caused hungers and life difficulties, there will be revolution. Srilanka people are true. They hunted politicians, media, government officials who are pro to the globalists. Will the revolution in Srilanka spread in Europe? I hope European people can break the blocks that protect the globalists from their hidden agenda. " Total Control"



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I think India is a very good example country of how farmers can form a united front to fight against these things. Vandana Shiva is an amazing activist, but it's a shame activists like this aren't celebrated here in SE Asia like they are in India. We have similar problems in Cambodia, activists are shot dead and it causes folks with similar aims to flee or go into hiding.

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