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Farmers from Belgium’s northern region of Flanders block roads with tractors during a protest against the regional government’s nitrogen emissions policy, in Brussels, Belgium, on Friday, March 3, 2023. Hundreds of tractors driven by farmers converged on the Belgian capital creating major traffic disruption as the debate over agricultural pollution increasingly turns into a political issue in many of the European Unions farming nations. Photographer: Valeria Mongelli/Bloomberg via Getty Images

By Steven Herman
March 17, 2023 Anno Domini

‘BoerBurgerBeweging’: the Dutch Trojan horse

The big winner in the Dutch provincial council elections on 15 March 2023 was the BoerBurgerBeweging (BBB, translated as Farmer-Citizen Movement). It was particularly striking how this party was able to win the ballot even though it was founded barely four years ago.

In the traditional media, it sounds like “a sledgehammer blow to the establishment”. But is it?

Turbulent times

A possible political landslide had been predicted beforehand.

There were the harrowing stories about the victims of gas extraction in the city of Groningen.

The ‘surcharges affair’ eventually led to the fall of the Rutte government and the historically long government formation that followed… with the result that Rutte was hoisted back into the saddle.

On the upside, the Dutch government took a series of measures to curb (read: at least halve) livestock farming and cope with the so-called ‘nitrogen crisis’, culminating in a legal framework in late 2020. However, these plans had severe consequences for Dutch farms, which faced such strict standards that many were forced to shut down their operations.

From the beginning, farmers united in a variety of initiatives to resist their own government’s stranglehold. Perhaps the best known is the Farmers Defence Force.

Logo of the Farmers Defence Force

Dutch farmers have campaigned relentlessly since 2019. Countless upside-down flags were hung on facades and bridges. A symbolism adopted from shipping, where ships in distress flip the flag to notify the outside world of their plight.

Inverted flags in the Dutch street scene (Source: ANP / Bart Stoutjesdijk)

Embarrassing detail: during a field visit by Prime Minister Mark Rutte to his Belgian counterpart Alexander De Croo in January, the Dutch flag appeared to be hanging upside down by mistake.


Source: ANP, Algemeen Dagblad, HLN

Several times they marched in column to the political centre of the Netherlands in The Hague. They got the mustard for this from truckers from the Canadian Freedom Convoys, who marched to Quebec in corona times to voice their displeasure against Justin Trudeau’s policies. The man even had to go into hiding for a while. Today he is still in power, busy loading weapons for the hopeless war in Ukraine.

It is striking that the now-established opposition parties like Forum voor Democratie (FVD) and Partij voor de Vrijheid (PVV) have not been able to capitalise on the discontent in society. Indeed, the FVD took heavy hits and lies counted out against the canvas. Geert Wilders’ PVV did not fare much better. I refrain from in-depth analysis, but it does seem that the BBB lured many voters away from these parties.

Election results compared to previous ballot (2019).

What is the BoerBurgerBeweging (Farmer-Citizen Movement) or BBB?

So the new star in the Dutch political firmament listens to the name BoerBurgerBeweging or BBB. They profile themselves as the ‘voice of and for the countryside’, as is also prominently displayed on their website (see image below).

Print screen from the BBB website after the win was announced.

The BBB was established on 1 October 2019, with the cooperation of marketing company ReMarkAble. This company may count major players in the food industry among its clients. For instance, the Bayer-Monsanto company (Bayer owns Monsanto) is a major client of ReMarkAble.

It is not the first time a political party has hired a marketing firm, but it may be a first time that a political party emerges from a marketing firm.

The founder, owner and marketing director of ReMarkAble, are also secretary and treasurer at the BBB. Along with other employees, they have been actively involved in the BBB’s election campaign.

The BBB has received donations from ReMarkAble from 2019, totalling EUR 174,0001. Of this amount, the BBB declared EUR 160,000 on their Facebook page2.

The address of the BBB is the same as the address of Bayer Monsanto’s communications office in the Netherlands: Groningerstraat 21, 7418 BX Deventer.

Bayer Monsanto, Cargill and Dupont have bought nearly 17 million hectares of agricultural land in Ukraine. That is about 60% of the available arable land in the country.

See for more on this subject:

1 Amounts to be confirmed.


During World War II, Bayer was part of IG Farben and produced Zyklon-B for the Nazis.

In 2018, Caroline van der Plas, chairwoman of the BBB, thanked Bayer Monsanto via a tweet3.

What can we expect from the Farmer-Citizen Movement?

The answer is: nothing.

Nitrogen policy is framed within the globalist climate agenda, which in turn flows from Agenda 2030 and the so-called ‘sustainable development goals’.

The implementation of Agenda 2030 may be slightly delayed, but the process will continue. The last paragraph of the report below already indicates ‘that the plan just needs fine-tuning’.


Tristate City rules

The real reason farmers have to leave has nothing to do with nitrogen. The farms are an obstacle for entirely different reasons:


A problem is created, a plan of action drawn up and a solution put forward. This is yet another strong example of Hegelian dialectic, applied time and again by the dark globalists.

Those ‘solutions’ include the Tristate City project. This is a frenzied plan for a kind of super city of 30 to 40 million Europeans, in which the Netherlands, the Brussels and Antwerp regions (Belgium) and the German Ruhr area are given an urban role. In that plan, there is no room for farmers. It also indicates that the future is one without nation states; that too is part of Agenda 2030.

You may decide for yourself how far advanced the Tristate City project is:

4 We are also encouraged to eat insects these days, about which more soon!


New World Order

For this article, I made grateful use of the text posted by Brecht Arnaert on his Telegram channel5, and the response to it by Michel Roofthooft. They noted that BBB is also the abbreviation for Build Back Better.

This slogan has been around for years. It means that the old world must decay before a new, (allegedly) better world can emerge. Joe Biden used the term in his 2020 election campaign.

Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and already-named Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau also liked to use it.


Explained: How to Build Back Better | Joe Biden For President 2020, available on YouTube.

Boris Johnson, former PM of the UK (Photo: Financial Times)

Budget 2021: economic highlights (source: YouTube)

Almost all Western leaders are implementing Agenda 2030. This Agenda is the work of the United Nations, in close cooperation with the World Economic Forum (WEF). To prepare for their role, the WEF developed the Young Global Leaders training for heads of government and state. Rutte, Macron, Johnson, Trudeau, De Croo, among others, can call themselves laureates of this programme. It explains why they are all heading in the same direction.

The final goal is the New World Order, the Novus Ordo Seclorum. It is literally written on the back of every 1-dollar note. How that comes about, you will read in one of my next articles.

Steven Herman, 17.03.2023


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