By TONY MOBILIFONITIS
A political party that did not exist four years ago, has become the major winner in the Dutch Senate elections. That party is the pro-farmers BBB (Boer Burger Beweging) Party, which is also known as the Farmer Citizen Movement that has been leading years of protests against the globalist (EU) scheme to shut down a third of Dutch farms because of alleged nitrogen pollution.
Last Wednesday the BBB won 16 Senate seats in the provincial elections, making it the single largest party in the Netherlands. Dutch farmers are the second biggest food exporters in Europe, which is the real reason for the attack on them by the global environmentalists and the Dutch PM Mark Rutte, a career politician who is a “graduate” of Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum.
Rutter, with the backing of the EU enviro-bureaucrats, Green, liberal democrat, socialist parties and big business has been relentlessly pushing the big lie that excessive nitrogen in the environment warrants the shutting down of 30 per cent of Dutch farms. WEF puppet governments in Ireland and New Zealand have been pushing the same narrative.
In the case of the Netherlands, it’s believed the farm shutdown is really a land grab to facilitate the building of a Tri-State City, an Agenda 20-30-style megalopolis with a population of around 45 million extending to areas of Germany and Belgium.
Populist commentator Steve Turley says that despite Rutte’s gestapo-like attempts to shut down the protests with police and military, the farmers have refused to back down. “They’ve been fighting back over the last several months and now they are the official majority in the Dutch Senate. They fought back, they mobilised, they organised and they kicked ass in the ballot box.”
The half-Irish leader of the BBB, Caroline van der Plas, was incredulous in her victory speech after her party, formed just three years ago, saw the most gains of any party, in the elections that will determine the makeup of the Dutch senate.
With the help of Geert Wilders’ anti-EU, anti-immigration VVP (Party for Freedom) Rutte’s People’s Party for Freedom and Democracy, which lost two seats, will now be forced to negotiate with the Farmer Citizen Movement or fall in with the left wing and green parties. There are 28 parties in the Netherlands. Rutte’s ruling coalition of four so-called centre-right parties lost a total of eight seats.
According to Turley, the election is significant because it confirms the trend across Europe in favour of populist-nationalist parties, whose numbers across Europe have more than doubled in the past 10 years. Their share of votes has more than tripled to 25 per cent of the total vote in the past decade.