Poland Enters The War Against Globalism And Tyranny: Tractors And Farmers’ March

Poland Enters The War Against Globalism And Tyranny: Tractors And Farmers’ March
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It has been reported that Poland entered the war against tyranny, and tractors, along with farmers, are marching in Europe to fight the globalist agenda. Check out the latest reports about this below.

Poland fights globalists

Poland is on the march as thousands of Tractors and farmers hit the roads in a massive show of force against the Globalists and their policies designed to crush the farmers. Poland is fighting back.

Some believe that Governments deliberately trying to get rid of farmers should let you know their intentions for their people. A follower said, “Looks like the globalists have solved a 2000-year-old problem… how to unite Europe. Congrats, now you have a massive force coming together. Love to see humanity getting together against a very dangerous common enemy and the very devious WOKE mentality.”

Romania joined the fight recently

Romanian farmers and truckers resumed their protests after negotiations with the government failed on Sunday. These protests are similar to the ones happening in Germany.

The demonstrations started on January 10 and have disrupted traffic in various cities, including the capital city of Bucharest. The farmers and truckers are protesting against high taxes and delayed compensation payments, among other grievances.

Over the weekend, the protesters also gathered in border areas, blocking the northeastern border with Ukraine for a short period of time.

Farmers and truckers in Romania are demanding faster payment of subsidies and compensation for those affected by drought or disruptions caused by Ukrainian grain imports.

Truck drivers are worried about rising insurance and tax rates, as well as lengthy border wait times. Some protestors were motivated by similar demonstrations in Germany.

Due to Russia’s blockade of Ukraine’s Black Sea ports, Romania has become a critical transit point for Ukrainian grain, particularly through the port of Constanța. However, this success has upset farmers and transporters who fear they will be displaced by Ukrainian companies.

Check out our previous article in order to learn more details about this.


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Rada Mateescu

Passionate about freedom, truth, humanity, and subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years, and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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