European farmers protest spread to Poland and Italy in huge backlash against the globalists’ depopulation and starvation schemes

In the Netherlands, farmers block a major highway with their tractors on Tuesday during a national protest. Farmers say their livestock and operations are being unfairly blamed for greenhouse gas emissions.

As farmers in The Netherlands continue their protests against government “green” initiatives that threaten to destroy agriculture and the food supply at large, they are now being joined by fellow farmers in Poland and Italy who face a similar plight under the heavy boot of government tyranny.

Reports indicate that protests sprouted up in both countries this week to similarly challenge government regulations that make it next to impossible to grow food and make a living, let alone keep one’s farm solvent under the heavy weight of so many insurmountable restrictions.

The globalists that rule Europe out of Brussels want farmers to go belly up, apparently. They disguise their tyranny under the veil of “sustainability” and going “green,” but the reality is that their policies and agenda are to stamp out the human herd, which they view as little more than cattle.

“We are not slaves, we are farmers!” chanted farmers in Italy as they rode around in their tractors with banners aimed at raising awareness about the issues at hand. “We cannot make ends meet!”

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The United States and Kosovo stand united with Ukraine

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The United States Embassy in Pristina said that the US and Kosovo stand united with Ukraine after Russia began an invasion against this country, Gazeta Express reports.

“Even in the darkest days, our lights shine as one,” the US Embassy wrote on Twitter. The US Embassy shared a statement of President Joe Biden who said that the Ukrainian people have known 30 years of independence, and they have repeatedly shown that they will not tolerate anyone who tries to take their country backwards. “The United States and Kosovo stand #UnitedWithUkraine,” the US Embassy said. /GazetaExpress/

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EU foreign ministers to discuss Ukraine aid, measures against Moscow on Sunday

Feb 26 (Reuters) – European Union foreign ministers will come together for a virtual meeting on Sunday to adopt further measures in support of Ukraine and against “aggression by Russia”, EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said late on Saturday.

“I will propose a package of emergency assistance for the Ukrainian armed forces, to support them in their heroic fight,” he said on Twitter, adding that the meeting would start on Sunday at 1800 CET (1700 GMT).

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Europe, US Preparing To Impose Sanctions On Russia

Now that Putin has officially recognized the separatists regions of Donetsk and Luhansk as independent, sovereign states, warning that from this moment onward, Ukraine must halt all military actions against Donbas, or whatever happens next will be on them and the West, it was only a matter of time before Europe (and the West) retaliated with progressively escalating sanctions.

Sure enough, the ink wasn’t quite dry yet on Putin’s signature, when the EU’s high representative for foreign affairs and security policy, Josep Borrell Fontelles tweeted that “the recognition of the two separatist territories in Ukraine is a blatant violation of international law, the territorial integrity of Ukraine and the Minsk agreements” adding that “The EU and its partners will react with unity, firmness and with determination in solidarity with Ukraine.”

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Roadway checkpoints for covid “vaccine” compliance rolling out in Austria… purebloods to be HUNTED by police

(Natural News) Starting on March 15, Austria will conduct random checks for Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccine” certificates, including at traffic stops throughout the country.

The new papers, please plan is set to expire on Jan. 31, 2024. Until that time, every unvaccinated Austrian will now face as many as four separate fines per year, each one increasing up to €3,400 (about $3,884).

President Alexander Van der Bellen signed the new rules into law, which exempt only pregnant people and those confirmed to have health effects affected by the injections. People who have been previously infected with covid are also exempt.

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Spain’s King Felipe Tests Positive for COVID-19

King of Spain, Felipe VI, waves as he leaves the San Jose Church, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Jan. 25, 2022. (Ricardo Arduengo/Reuters)

MADRID—Spain’s King Felipe tested positive for COVID-19 earlier on Wednesday after displaying mild symptoms overnight and will remain in isolation for seven days, the Royal Palace said in a statement.

“His Majesty’s general state of health is good and he will keep up his institutional activities from his residence,” it said, adding that Queen Letizia and their daughter Princess Sofia showed no symptoms.

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