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(LifeSiteNews) – Gas prices in Germany are spiking and the country is facing its worst energy crisis since the 1970s. Concern about the coming winter has led many German cities to reportedly prepare heated public dorm rooms, so-called “heat islands,” where elderly and poor people could go if they cannot afford heating anymore.

Last month, the country took a crucial step in rationing gas when economy minister Robert Habeck activated the second stage of the country’s gas emergency plan.

“The situation on the gas market is tense and unfortunately we can’t guarantee that it will not get worse,” he said. “We have to be prepared for the situation to become critical.”

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Protests led by thousands of farmers have broken out across the Netherlands, and they're now spreading to Italy, Germany and Poland - this is a fightback against not just environmental regulations and the resulting inflation, but also the elites' Great Reset agenda.

While the demonstrations themselves have been overwhelmingly free from violence on the affected farmers' part, the response to them has been anything but: Earlier this week, Dutch police opened fire on a 16-year-old tractor driver during a protest in Heerenveen. 

While -- thank God -- this unfortunate incident did not result in any deaths or injuries, a formal investigation is still forthcoming, and farmers and concerned citizens now know, without question, what measures could be pursued in order to silence opposition to backers of the international Great Reset, which could spell doom for the livelihood of farmers everywhere.

That's why we're asking you to SIGN and SHARE this petition in support of farmers across world against intrusive, overreaching policies of globalist organizations and political leaders who seek to prioritize their own extreme environmental ideology over the ability for everyday farmers to earn a living and provide for their families and communities.

Of course, these kinds of extreme environmental policies are not only a threat to the livelihoods of farmers in the Netherlands, or just the nations that comprise the European Union, for that matter: These regulations most certainly can (and inevitably will) make their way to every corner of our world, including countries like YOURS.

In the Netherlands, specifically, lawmakers recently approved legislative proposals to significantly decrease greenhouse emissions by the end of the decade, most notably ammonia and nitrogen oxide, which are common in farming.

This plan, as championed by Christianne van der Wal, the Dutch Minister for Nature and Nitrogen Policy since January, seeks to exceed the globalist EU's agreement among Member States to reduce greenhouse emissions as a means to combat climate change by at least 40% by the year 2030, replacing the desired percentage with an even loftier 55%.

As a result, it would seem almost inevitable that thousands of farms could find themselves in jeopardy within the coming years, but Dutch farmers have no plans to stand down; in fact, this embrace of EU and World Economic Forum (WEF)-style environmental demands is the primary force behind the ongoing protests by as many as 40,000 farmers, who, in response, have taken their tractors to highways across the Netherlands, making an unmistakable statement of resistance reminiscent of that of the Canadian Freedom Convoy truckers in order to protect their livelihoods.

Similar protests have also broken among farmers in Italy, as you can see here:

Such policies are a clear tenet of the Great Reset, pushed by globalist entities around the world like the World Economic Forum. Look no further than the WEF's own "Net Zero Challenge," which seeks to coerce participants into cutting all greenhouse gas emissions by the year 2050, and will inevitably threaten countless jobs and livelihoods in the process.

Let there be no doubt: these extreme environmental policies and transgressions against working people cannot be expected to stop any time soon.

That's why we must take this opportunity to make our voices heard -- whether you're a farmer, yourself; work in an industry that would be negatively affected by such policies; or simply support the hardworking men and women in your country and others who wish to maintain the freedom to provide for their families without excessive government and globalist interference.

Please SIGN and SHARE this petition in support of Dutch farmers, and farmers and workers across the world, whose livelihoods can and eventually will be harmed by the extreme environmental demands of globalist entities like the EU and WEF seeking to implement the Great Reset.

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Habeck is encouraging the rest of the nation to save energy after he announced he is taking shorter showers to play his part.

Vonovia, Germany’s largest residential landlord, said it would be lowering the temperature of tenants’ gas central heating to 17C (62.6F) between 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. to save eight percent on heating costs.

In the summer, federal and state buildings are only to be cooled with air conditioning when room temperatures get above 26C (78.8F), according to the plan by Germany’s federal states.

According to the state’s plan, street lights are to be dimmed, and room temperatures in city offices are to be lowered in the fall and winter. Schools should also save energy, for instance, by using less hot water.

Reasons for the energy crisis

The main pipeline between Russia and Germany, Nord Stream 1, is currently shut down for 10 days due to scheduled maintenance. Amidst the political tension of the Russia-Ukraine war, some fear that the pipeline may not reopen, either due to more sanctions by the West or because Russia might stop delivering gas through the pipeline.

There is also a second pipeline, Nord Stream 2, through which natural gas could be transported from Russia to Germany. It finished construction last year. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, who had been in favor of the project, suspended its certification on February 22, 2022, following the beginning of the Russia-Ukraine war.

While the temporary shutdown of Nord Stream 1 is one of the reasons for the immediate spike in gas prices and the energy crisis, critics also blame Germany’s long-term energy policy. The shutdown of nuclear power plants and the funding of unreliable energy sources like wind and solar have been part of the so-called “Energiewende” (energy transition) pushed by the German government. These policies have led to a higher dependence on Russian gas, according to critics.

Ironically, due to the current energy crisis, the German government recently enabled the reactivation of coal-fired power plants, which are considered by many as one of the least “environmentally friendly” energy sources.

Furthermore, some critics say that Germany should stop the sanctions imposed on Russia in order to secure the energy supply for its citizens. In a recent Forsa survey, 63 percent of Germans were against a gas boycott of Russia, up from 50 percent that were against the boycott at the end of May.

Then-U.S. President Donald Trump criticized Germany’s energy dependency on Russia in a 2018 speech at the United Nations, saying “Reliance on a single foreign supplier can leave a nation vulnerable to extortion and intimidation.” Back then, he was laughed at by the German delegates.