- Oct 2, 2017
Its definitely a lie. The heat is much hotter in Texas then Kansas and the cows are not dropping here. Either they poisoned them or used Dews. Granted dews are "conspiratorial", but i believe they have this tech and it is a reason for the fires in California and Australia. (dew = direct energy weapon)10000 cattle just drop down dead. heat has been blamed but many are saying thats not true
They are saying it was heat. I say bullshit (no pun intended). It did not get suddenly so hot all the cattle started dying. They killed them to cause more food shortage problems. I can't say for sure how it was done but I know why. They intend to st…www.bitchute.com
That clip is floating around and people are saying different things, so at this point i don't know what to believe. So sheep dropped dead in Idaho this week but the tweet that @Frank Badfinger posted, when i read the comments to it, someone said that happened months ago and it was in Ireland. So is it Idaho or Ireland? Is it this week or months ago?add sheep to the list
From August 2021That clip is floating around and people are saying different things, so at this point i don't know what to believe. So sheep dropped dead in Idaho this week but the tweet that @Frank Badfinger posted, when i read the comments to it, someone said that happened months ago and it was in Ireland. So is it Idaho or Ireland? Is it this week or months ago?
No one remember the movie the Omen 3? A rich businessman buys up farmland & food production. Sound familiar? Under the name thorn industries which turns out the person running it is none other then Damien thorn the ACIt is worth pointing out that both Mark Rutte (Dutch PM) and the Dutch King were Bilderberg attendees this year. This isn't going to end well. We are going to see some real violence very soon.
"It's not normal, what's being done to the farmers," one of the protesters Jan Poorter, 74, told AFP.Thousands of tractor-driving farmers demonstrated in central Netherlands on Wednesday, causing widespread traffic chaos as they protested against the government's far-reaching plans to cut nitrogen emissions.www.france24.com
"It must happen gradually and that's not the case," added Poorter, a retired businessman as hundreds of tractors gathered on a field, many with horns blaring and safety lights flashing.
"You can't just close farms that are hundreds of years old. You just can't!"
Protesters carried signs saying "The future of farmers is being destroyed" and "Our children are afraid."
Despite the numbers involved and the anger on display, the demonstration remained peaceful as an official programme got underway.
Prime Minister Mark Rutte said earlier this month the government's plan to cut nitrogen emissions "will have an enormous impact on farmers".
"This sector will change, but unfortunately there's no choice, we have to bring down nitrogen emissions," he said.