For almost a month now, Dutch Farmers have been staging protests and roadblocks across the Netherlands, even going so far as to spread manure outside of officials’ homes. Now, farmers from Italy, Spain, and Poland have joined the fray in support of their Dutch counterparts.
“We are not slaves, we are farmers,” said Italian farmers, who drove tractors through the streets of Milan and blocked city traffic.
According to the Morning Star, “Italian farmers face an imminent crisis due to a severe drought that has seen a third of agricultural produce placed at risk.”
In Spain, farmers in Badajoz, Granada, and Albacete paraded their tractors down the street in solidarity with the foreign farmers, as well as national protests at home over a lack of food and gasoline, according to EuroWeekly News.
And in Poland, farmers came to Warsaw last weekend to protest against inflation and other government actions.
We interviewed Timothy Shea of the MAGA Institute last weekend in Virginia Beach, and he seemed to have some interesting, though unverifiable, information on the situation out in Belgium.