Many Western countries are trying to ban NITROGEN • Another Part Of The Depopulation Agenda

Many Western countries are trying to ban NITROGEN • Another Part Of The Depopulation Agenda  /  Ethan Huff

(Natural News) In recent months, The Netherlands has been all over the news for trying to eliminate the element nitrogen, which makes up about 78 percent of Earth’s atmosphere. It turns out that many other Western countries are trying to do the very same thing.

In their quest to stop “global warming” and “climate change,” the globalist infiltrators in many Western governments have decided to wage war on nitrogen, which plants need in order to grow. Their claim is that nitrogen is heating the planet too much and must be eliminated. (Related: The Dutch government is now seizing farms at gunpointin an attempt to eradicate nitrogen from its borders.)

Much of the nitrogen used as crop fertilizer comes from – gasp! – fossil fuels, which the globalists hate with a passion. They are thus going after not only fossil fuels themselves but also the fertilizer factories that use it to produce necessary inputs for farmers.

In The Netherlands, the government is trying to kill off at least 30 percent of the nation’s cattle, which produce natural nitrogen. Thousands of Dutch farmers came out in protest of this, but so far to no avail. The following countries are following a similar course:

Austria: Efforts are currently underway to phase out fertilizer production. One company, Borealis, was on the verge of divesting its nitrogen business to a buyer, but then declined. The company’s future, at least as far as nitrogen production goes, hangs in the balance.

Germany: The economic powerhouse of the European Union (EU) is home to BASF, the world’s largest chemical company, which is cutting production of ammonia, another crop fertilizer, as well as nitrogen due to soaring natural gas prices.

“As Germany’s natural gas supply runs dry, major corporations that use it such as chemical giant BASF are having to pay more for what they can get while also drastically cutting production,” reports explain.

Europe: The energy crisis at large is impacting nitrogen and other fertilizer production across the entirety of Europe. Soaring gas prices are making it impossible to produce fertilizer, which bodes ominous for the continent’s food supply.

North America faces nitrogen and other fertilizer losses, too

While much of the focus has been on Europe, it cannot be overstated that the United States and Canada face a similar future without nitrogen and other fertilizers if the globalists get their way.

In Canada, fertilizer producers are slashing production or going out of business entirely due to the very same factors impacting Europe. Skyrocketing inflation is rendering it difficult, if not impossible, to maintain adequate supplies, which jeopardizes food affordability and availability.

There are also similar fertilizer emissions plans being forced on Canada that mirror those of The Netherlands, as both countries are controlled by World Economic Forum (WEF)-linked globalists with an anti-fossil fuel agenda.

“Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) has announced the launch of additional consultations to guide the development of an approach to reduce fertilizer emissions by 30 per cent from 2020 levels by 2030,” reports indicate.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is so committed to the cause that he is spearheading the installation of weapons armories and interrogation rooms for his new Ministry of Climate Change, which aims to enforce Canada’s nitrogen-less climate goals.

Sri Lanka is another country that flat-out banned fertilizer a few years back. That country is now in the throes of a full-scale collapse with a dwindling food supply for the nearly 22 million people who live there.

“There is barely a citizen of this south Asian island who hasn’t felt the bite of catastrophic inflation and fuel, food and medicine shortages in recent weeks,” reports indicate.

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