Young Global Leader Justin Trudeau has announced plans to move ahead with the WEF’s plan to abolish farms by the year 2030.
Following a meeting of federal and provincial officials on Friday, the Alberta and Saskatchewan Ministers of Agriculture expressed “profound disappointment” over Trudeau’s decision to attempt to reduce nitrogen emissions from fertilizer in the name of “fighting climate change.”
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“We’re really concerned with this arbitrary goal,” Saskatchewan Minister of Agriculture David Marit said. “The Trudeau government has apparently moved on from their attack on the oil and gas industry and set their sights on Saskatchewan farmers.”
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“This has been the most expensive crop anyone has put in, following a very difficult year on the prairies,” Alberta Minister of Agriculture Nate Horner declared.
“The world is looking for Canada to increase production and be a solution to global food shortages. The Federal government needs to display that they understand this. They owe it to our producers.”
Infowars.com reports: Ontario’s Lisa Thompson said after the meeting, “Provinces were disappointed by the lack of flexibility and consultation regarding the federal target.”
However, some Canadian officials insist farmers will “embrace” the climate change policy.
From the Toronto Sun:
Federal minister Marie-Claude Bibeau called the government’s target ambitious but claims it’s one that farmers will embrace.
“I’m meeting with many farmers in the field. I know how much they care for the environment and how much they invest in new practices and new technologies to reduce their emissions as much as possible,” Bibeau said . “The idea is to produce the most sustainable food in the world.”
Farm groups, like the Western Canadian Wheat Growers , have said the federal plan will reduce crop output, reduce income for farm families and increase food prices in Canadian grocery stores.
The Canadian government is planning to implement a 30% reduction in nitrogen emissions by 2030, the same proposal as the Dutch government that has resulted in ongoing mass protests by Dutch farmers.
In response, the Canadian farmers are beginning to mobilize to support Dutch farmers and protest of Canada’s upcoming Great Reset scheme.
If the Dutch farmer protest is any indication, the mass resistance brewing in Canada should yield a similar show of defiance against the globalist-captured Canadian government.