Dutch Farmers: Canaries in the Globalist Coal Mine | Michael Yon & Eva Vlaardingerbroek | EP 340

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At age 19, Michael Yon completed Green Beret training. His Green Beret experience taught him the art of observing and surviving in the most dangerous environments on earth. Combining his skills as a writer and a photographer, and with the encouragement of fellow veterans, Michael began his correspondent career by traveling to Iraq in December of 2004. That was the first step in his nearly 20-year journey-traveling the globe to report on world events firsthand. He has traveled to more than 80 countries including China, India, Bhutan, and Vietnam studying issues from cannibalism, information warfare, insurgency, protests, migration wars, and more. His most recent journey has taken him from Asia to Europe, America, and Central and South America to study the conditions for global famine.
Eva Vlaardingerbroek is a Dutch political and cultural commentator and legal philosopher. She has been featured on Fox News, GB News, Tim Pool, 'Achtung, Reichelt' and many other media outlets across the world. She received her masters with honors from Leiden University in 2019 and after getting involved in Dutch politics, she's now made it her mission to be a conservative voice for freedom and justice in the Western world. Her motto in life and eponymously titled substack is 'Resit Much, Obey Little'
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(0:00) Coming up
(2:10) Intro
(3:43) Straight to the farmers
(4:50) Information warfare
(5:39) Why Eva protests
(7:19) Leading via tractor
(8:36) What’s going on in Holland?
(10:39) When farmers protest
(12:01) Nitrogen crisis?
(13:20) Peak Polluters and other terms of attrition
(15:38) EU mandated, Holland enforced
(17:26) Why Holland seeks to destroy farmers
(18:30) Support base versus apathy
(19:20) Nitrogen is the wrong motive
(20:03) Stalin’s famine, replacement strategy
(21:30) The Darien Gap
(22:26) Flood of migrants, forced lodging
(24:46) What happens to the supply chain?
(28:00) The Dutch Spirit
(32:32) WEF, Trudeau, a just transition
(35:50) Don’t say Holland
(37:30) Sending Germans to police the Dutch
(38:55) The distance of communication
(42:46) The intent of the Globalists
(48:01) The failed Google smart port
(49:11) Dystopian tech, CCTV and skynet
(53:02) Smart city, smarter control
(55:20) Digital currency, no going back
(1:00:00) ARC and a better narrative
(1:02:50) Individual truth despite global destiny
(1:04:38) Weaponized immigration
(1:05:36) Poverty and tribalism
(1:09:00) The Birthgap
(1:11:10) Tri-state city
(1:15:11) Fertilizer shortages
(1:19:04) Farmers can only sell their land to the GOV
(1:22:10) Effect and backlash on Dutch society
(1:26:16) Freedom is taken, not granted
(1:27:55) What will the farmers do?
(1:30:23) What can we do to help?
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Felix 2 aylar önce
As a citizen of the Netherlands, I can confidently say that this is truly, unequivocally, and undeniably unprecedented! It's like nothing we've ever seen before.
George Orwell2020
George Orwell2020 2 aylar önce
I'm in the US. Do you have any insight as to why the Netherlands is not more upset about what is happening to the farmers there?
Mark Otto
Mark Otto 2 aylar önce
Except that this is always the case. Never before have things been more like they are now. Except that we've seen all this in bits and pieces before. Learn from history and don't repeat the actual errors. Anything less and we're doomed.
Intreductor 2 aylar önce
I saw some exit polls in the Netherlands. Some EEE farmer's party is ranking high. What policies do they revolve around?
SpiritWolve 2 aylar önce
@George Orwell2020 Considering just yesterday the new Farmers Party became the biggest party in the Dutch Provincial Elections on this very topic, I'd say people are pretty pissed about it.
Rakkoonn 2 aylar önce
​@George Orwell2020 They are. In the election just yesterday the farmer party become the largest.
Vincent Souchaud
Vincent Souchaud 2 aylar önce
Full support to the Dutch farmers from France. Stay strong. The UN and WEF will fail.
Beun007 Aylar önce
We will!!👍👍👍👍💪💪💪💪💪
Julie Horton
Julie Horton 13 gün önce
@Vincent Souchaud....I sincerely hope you're right 🙏🙏🙏
Xindet 2 aylar önce
As a German i can very much comprehend the struggle of the farmers. Most of our parties are desastrous to our country. We need more courage and i hope that also in germany there will be a movement like that. Stay strong Netherlands do not give up.
tony king
tony king 2 aylar önce
polasboek 2 aylar önce
Even the green party is against the german farmers. Additionally there is no party left to vote that isn't radically left. Conservatives are systematically ignored.
dks13827 2 aylar önce
too late
Sebastian Radlmeier
Sebastian Radlmeier Aylar önce
​@polasboek "even" is the wrong word. The green party has always been and will always be the most disastrous in Germany regarding farming.
Bergerac Van Damme
Bergerac Van Damme Aylar önce
As an Englishman I've been watching with a mixture of anger and horror at this disgusting attack on Dutch farmers, and raising awareness here as much as I can. Solidarity with my Dutch cousins. Keep fighting. You're now heroes in the eyes of much of the world.
Sharon Whiteley
Sharon Whiteley Aylar önce
I am proud and praying for the Dutch farmers. You certainly don't see it covered by the MSM. May GOD bless.
polutanka 16 gün önce
That is just some BS. It is in the news constantly
Fukenbumen 2 aylar önce
Pronouncing "Vlaardingerbroek" correctly is already an epic achievement, well done mr Peterson.
Daniel McCarthy
Daniel McCarthy 2 aylar önce
We need to shine a light on this. To deny the rights of people to produce and sell food from their own land is absolutely sinful. It is an attack on humanity.
Lee Gee
Lee Gee 2 aylar önce
If that is what's happening, rather than banning a specific chemical
Erroneous 2 aylar önce
The USA did this to Amish people. Those pesky Amish are dangerous I guess. With their clean organic food. People might actually realize good food matters.
SendThis 2 aylar önce
@Lee Gee Ummm…what chemicals??? They’re talking about completely closing down over 11,000 livestock ranches, and another 17,000 will be forced to reduce by half.
Tyler Scofield
Tyler Scofield 2 aylar önce
@Erroneous Oh that is def a bad thing, being completely self-sufficient. That would put a huge dent in the tax base. Dnt get confused that is what feminism has been hijacked into pushing, or they just believe the lies. If all women figured out it is much more fulfilling to have a family be your own boss, manage the household verses punching a time clock and working for someone. That would take away half the population that you are unable to tax.
MG 73
MG 73 2 aylar önce
A dutch couple near us in Wisconsin moved here about 10 years ago. We're in Canada for a couple of years, then took up farming here. Definitely the most technologically advanced farmers in our township. Respect.
Googlium 2 aylar önce
Yes but there is too many in the Netherlands
Hugo van Keulen
Hugo van Keulen 2 aylar önce
@Googlium there are not to many farmers here. Only the big animal industry is bad for the environment, but where does it go when its not in a good ruled country as the Netherlands? right to countries where they have no environmental rules
Herman Peters
Herman Peters Aylar önce
you cannot compare Canada with the Netherlands, do you know what size it is comparing Canada. Here it is too full of such number of animals. 11 million pigs, 6 million cows 100.000.000 (!) million chicken, a lot of sheep and there shit. That is very bad for the nature. And 75% is for the export. (And there living 18 million people in NL).
Lenton Grove Trust
Lenton Grove Trust 2 aylar önce
As a citizen of the Netherlands living abroad, I visited my home country over new year. I noticed the farmer protests while there and was wondering what the real story behind the story was. Thank you for sharing.
Freezyloen 7 gün önce
You should probably do more research. International coverage on this issue is very one-sided, leaving a lot of important information out. It's very disturbing.
M T Aylar önce
Thanks SO MUCH Jordan for bringing this conversation. Eva and Michael: we desperately need people like you in Canada!!!
Patrycja P
Patrycja P 2 aylar önce
Dutch farmers, stay strong! Sending full support from the US and Poland!
bert kilborne
bert kilborne 2 aylar önce
We all have to stay strong - This stuff isn't going to stop. They're looking at this as a starting point , because today technology enables them to do things that they weren't able to accomplish in the past. They can use propaganda to influence public opinion and they label it as 'Creating Awareness'
LE N 2 aylar önce
An American saying NO FARMERS = NO FOOD TIme for peoples to awaken
Missa 2 aylar önce
​@bert kilborne staying strong isn't enough. We need to fight the hell back, physically.
USN Corpsman
USN Corpsman 2 aylar önce
​@Missa yes, it will come to that.
vanda melko
vanda melko 2 aylar önce
what a beautiful interview !!! Thank you Dr. Peterson for making it happen, because of you we get to be in touch with other brilliant amazing people on this earth that stands for their Creator with dignity and certainly without fear for speaking the truth!!! All prayers go to the Dutch farmers and all farmers around the world!!!
Harm VanG
Harm VanG 2 aylar önce
Yesterday the Dutch voted massively for the Farmer Civilian Movement (BBB) as the biggest party into the senate in protest of our establishment government. The biggest victory for a new party ever! This podcast couldn't be timed better!
Denise Gamey
Denise Gamey 2 aylar önce
I thought BBB was Build Back Better. That's the WEF agendas! I'm confused!
Saber Sight
Saber Sight 2 aylar önce
yeah, no not really, the BBB has just used every farmers anger in the country as a marketing scheme. If you looked more into they're campaign you can see that they plan to build massive solar fields, double the windmills and much more. Where do you think those are able to be placed? Our country does not have that kind of land but famers do
Yebo Screbo
Yebo Screbo 2 aylar önce
As soon as I heard Eva at 43:58, I was reminded of this quote I had stored in my notes: "To achieve world government, it is necessary to remove from the minds of men their individualism, loyalty to family tradition, national patriotism, and religious dogmas.” - Dr George Brock Chisholm, first Director-General of the World Health Organisation 1948-1953
cowman1970 2 aylar önce
I lived in the Netherlands the Summer of 1991. I'm from a Dairy background and I spent time visiting many farms during that time. The tech was ahead of American tech at the time and I was certain the famers in the Netherlands would endure and be the envy of the world. It's a shame what can happen when the wrong people get in power and are not removed. I hope the Dutch can maintain their farming culture and identity. What happens in Europe typically works its way over in the USA and we end up with the same problems. The Leftwing Globalists in power in the Western nations must be removed before they destroy everything good.
Peter 2 aylar önce
The Netherlands is currently in the longest period of right wing government ever. Where did you get the idea that it would be left wing people in the Dutch government now?
Jordy van der Linden
Jordy van der Linden 2 aylar önce
As Peter said, the Netherlands has had a center-right wing government for a long time. The Dutch farming industry (particularly the billion-dollar feeding and fertilizer companies) have successfully lobbied that government to not act on environmental protection laws and agreements for decades. And now they're up in arms because a judge has concluded that the government must act (retroactively) to fix things. Nothing against honest-hard working farmers, of which there are plenty. But a big part of Dutch farming industry are multi-billion-dollar companies that benefited greatly from globalization.
Geri Burston
Geri Burston Aylar önce
In Amsterdam in 1989 I spoke with an elderly man, and I was commenting about how ‘accepting’ I found the Dutch in their behaviour towards all the drug tourists etc, I always remember his reply that, the Dutch didn’t accept, rather, they tolerated. I hope the Dutch stand together, if so, they would be a force to be reckoned with. An awesome interview thank you, from Adelaide Australia
Nej Nej
Nej Nej 2 aylar önce
Thank you for doing this jordan, the world needs to hear this information!
Martijn van Gammeren
Martijn van Gammeren 2 aylar önce
If it was real information then yes. Most of it is at best only half true.
Donna Buskirk
Donna Buskirk Aylar önce
“Legacy Media” … first time I heard that term it’s my new favorite term! Thank you for this I will share it with my farmer friends
Alaïa 2 aylar önce
As a Dutch person: thank you for giving us this platform. Our country, our food supply, our voice and our rights to possession are being stolen right out from under us, and yet so many people are completely blind to it happening. It's like a waking nightmare. And we're just a pilot country - don't think this isn't coming to your country soon!
Renate Tebbel
Renate Tebbel 2 aylar önce
It’s arrived in Germany already
Renate Tebbel
Renate Tebbel 2 aylar önce
But what do they have in mind? Starving people to death???
youtube hates us
youtube hates us 2 aylar önce
@Renate Tebbel Why not? They think there are far too many people (useless feeders). They are ideologues. Mao, Stalin and Pol Pot did starved their people to be true to their ideology. When racing toward Utopia a few dead bodies on the way means nothing to these people
youtube hates us
youtube hates us 2 aylar önce
we have Trudeau. Nuff said?
Ken Edwards
Ken Edwards 2 aylar önce
All three of you are so articulate. Thank you for all of this information!
Guyvermectin Aylar önce
There are so many examples of 'voluntary' compliance (or else) to be seen these days. My best wishes to the Farmers in this existential resistance to the tyranny that is being forced upon them.
killerkoekje 2 aylar önce
As a young dutch man myself. I see this happening right in front of me, and it truly makes me sad to my bone. Especially with the breaking of dutch nationality and the forming of gangs. Close to where i live there are gangs forming of at least 20 to 40 big with starting ages of 14. They all go in the streats terrorize the people attack them for no reason in large groups carry knives. And in my own experience, the police does absolutely nothing. I got attacked, and all of them are still in the streets, and every time 1 spots me, they start a all out hunt for me. Police are always late, and then the case is dropped within 2 day. All of them are still out there on the streets. While i can't even walk safely there, and have to look at a scare under my eye, knowing that when it comes to it, i am on my own. And all that in my great home country.
Jason Barnett
Jason Barnett 2 aylar önce
At some point you and other indigenous Dutch will need to fight back. I’m sorry you went through that
Bumble Bee
Bumble Bee Aylar önce
The Dutch need to arm themselves and be ready to fight.
Oumunfei Holeto
Oumunfei Holeto Aylar önce
Form a Dutch gang .
StofStuiver Aylar önce
@Jason Barnett Our society is fully polarized. Its pretty much impossible. They made sure of that mid 80ies already.
StofStuiver Aylar önce
@Bumble Bee Cant. Dutch arent allowed anything. Now if you are an immigrant, then you can do a lot.
User m
User m 2 aylar önce
We have lots of hope when we have an intelligent and brave young lady like you ,thank you so much for raising the awareness of the sinister globalists politicians ,
Mike Mac
Mike Mac 2 aylar önce
I went to the Netherlands last year, and let me just say that this was one of the most agriculturally driven nations on earth. The country is tiny, yet a huge portion of it is farmland. The quality of produce there is unmatched, also. I can't believe they think there is a "nitrogen crisis." The environment there is maintained in superb condition. It's simple to see that the best way to infringe upon the liberties of the Dutch, would be by controling the agricultural output.
axelessforester 2 aylar önce
Shout out to Eva! The mental fortitude and grace this 26 year old possesses. “Courage is contagious “.
Janet Stead
Janet Stead 2 aylar önce
Such leadership! Love Eva.
Elle Theo
Elle Theo 2 aylar önce
She’s really something
Baby Yoda
Baby Yoda 2 aylar önce
@ZeroOne46 Tell that to Joan of Arc😉
Baby Yoda
Baby Yoda 2 aylar önce
@ZeroOne46 ...and Maximilian Kolbe, Oskar Schindler and many others. They will never be forgotten.
Alex B
Alex B 2 aylar önce
Shout out to anyone who sits thru Michael’s ranting too, Jordan should’ve just talked to her.
Teatime 1107
Teatime 1107 2 aylar önce
Congrats from Germany!♥️♥️♥️♥️ I pray that other Europeans have the same courage. You have fought for every single European, maybe for the whole world! God save the Netherlands! Especially the farmers!👏👏👏👏♥️
Hey Now
Hey Now 2 aylar önce
TY Jordan, you always seem to be the spot light on the most important issues. Never a dull moment following one of the best minds for common sense and ration thinking.
Frédérique Couture
Frédérique Couture 13 gün önce
🏹🏹🏹🏹🏹🏹🏹🏹🏹🏹🏹🏹🏹🏹🏹 iiii
Lani Albin
Lani Albin 2 aylar önce
Thank you troops...fighting the battles, speaking out, informing others...standing up and STANDING OUT❤
CATownsend 2 aylar önce
I enjoyed this video conversation. It was extreamly important and strong. Thank you guys.
Hour Kid
Hour Kid 2 aylar önce
It’s absolutely shocking that this is going on right n such a beautiful country. My thoughts are with those farmers. I will be watching the situation closely and spreading awareness
Joe Sperfslage
Joe Sperfslage 2 aylar önce
I'm a farmer in Iowa in the United States and our hearts are breaking for our brother and sister farmers in the Netherlands.
J Hubbard
J Hubbard 2 aylar önce
Nitrogen/Fertilizer shortages coming soon to you - along with ESG’s…also heard meat processing has been moved to China (7 day turnaround time for processing our beef from the Midwest)…
Kenneth Albert
Kenneth Albert 2 aylar önce
It will happen here too !!
Judy Tuhy
Judy Tuhy Aylar önce
My roots are Dutch. My grannies came Pennsylvania as a young Dutch girl so I'm very concerned for what's happening to the farmers protest there. I think if they don't get their issues solved for them. It will be an effect that either makes or breaks the world. I'm for the Dutch farmer.
Freezyloen 7 gün önce
It isn't about being for or against the Dutch farmers. It is really a fight of the environment versus the rabobank & supermarkets. The farmers are just the unfortunate souls that were caught in the crossfire, and the government and people failed to act in time, bringing us to the current crisis situation.
CptFUNK1 2 aylar önce
Absolutely excellent conversation.
Caron Williamson
Caron Williamson 2 aylar önce
Thankyou Dutch farmers Australia and the world need to hear this, the parasites are out of hand!
Paul Poot
Paul Poot Aylar önce
Paul Poot
Paul Poot Aylar önce
si pà d'avenir pour paysans-> pas d'Avenir pour conceoteurs , Cètte fine êquipe, PAIERAVPLUS CHER ALEA JACTA EST
Katharina Brettschneider
Katharina Brettschneider 2 aylar önce
Thank you Eva and Michael ❤ This is absolutely horrifying. Much love from UK
zeusandi 2 aylar önce
Three people I admire and trust immensely. Thank you.🙏
TheDking5 2 aylar önce
You most be that easy to play with 😊
Dean Dingwall
Dean Dingwall 2 aylar önce
As a small scale farmer in central British Columbia, Canada, l feel for these people. My family has farmed as far back as we can find in our history, and to think that governments, including our own here in Canada, will attempt to control us, to stop us, is beyond unfathomable. We need to rise up and refuse to bow down to the corruption that has brought us to where we are today. Our lifestyle, and indeed our very existence, is at risk.
Quatervois 2 aylar önce
I completely agree. However, there's really only one way to stop this.
Dean Dingwall
Dean Dingwall 2 aylar önce
@Quatervois whatever path is taken, we must stand up for all farmers, everywhere.
Mike Fibre
Mike Fibre 2 aylar önce
Dean we have the same thing happening to our farmers here in southafrica.this is a plan for control,people will do anything for food.the famine is on its way❤🇿🇦
STEVEN NEWMAN 2 aylar önce
Before you make that stand, close out your bank accounts. We saw what happened to the truckers.
Bill C. Ponder
Bill C. Ponder 23 gün önce
Absolutely.!!!!!!! "We thought when the Chinese integrated into the global (Western) economy, that the Chinese would slowly turn into us. What's happened is that we turned into them." I'm so glad that you stated this!!!!!! I've been pointing this out for a long time.
the Absurdistic Freedom
the Absurdistic Freedom 2 aylar önce
I,m from the Netherlands. I've waited almost 12 years for this video. I gave up this subject somewhere back in 2018 and yet, still here I am. Keep it up please!
m4chill 2 aylar önce
Calling the Netherlands "Holland" is the same as calling the UK "England". Greetings from the Netherlands 🇳🇱 Mark
Marijke Smijtink
Marijke Smijtink 2 aylar önce
Very important interview, high quality and extremely interesting. Eva is so good!!!
John Mooney
John Mooney 2 aylar önce
Four years ago my wife and I visited the Netherlands. One of our tour guides was a young man that had earned a mechanical engineering degree and was working on his masters. He was learning how to brief elected individuals on the technical requirements and ramifications of legislation on industry, businesses, and the public. Based on what the politicians of the Netherlands are doing, the young man's education and efforts have been fruitless.
K.I.P. TV 2 aylar önce
As a Dutchman 58 years old I'm so proud of this young Dutch woman. Proofs a younger generation see through the plans.
maarten van hove
maarten van hove 2 aylar önce
Ben Patelski
Ben Patelski 2 aylar önce
Unfortunately she is an exception.
Nicole B
Nicole B 2 aylar önce
Inderdaad. Yes indeed.
Victor Samsung
Victor Samsung 2 aylar önce
@Ben Patelski She isn't. But she is the one with the biggest and loudest mouth/voice so far.
1282louise 2 aylar önce
Except she betraydd baudet
Matt Anderson
Matt Anderson 2 aylar önce
Just pure truths from these guys!! Thank you for interviewing them
Paula Myers
Paula Myers 2 aylar önce
❤❤I give all my support and prayers to the Dutch farmers. You are strong when you are united. God bless🙏❤🙏
Ricardo van Pijkeren
Ricardo van Pijkeren 2 aylar önce
I’m Dutch and I think it’s really really good you’re giving this attention! We just had elections (regional, not national) and everything was won by one political party, the BBB, (Farmers and Civilians Movement). I think that shows how unsatisfied our people are with how our country is being governed.
Corstiaan Lock
Corstiaan Lock 2 aylar önce
I was born in Holland and live in Canada now. I am a farmer. Let’s do this, farmers (and truckers)!
Kees 2 aylar önce
Dank je wel man. 🕊
Stu White
Stu White 2 aylar önce
I've not seen this lady before. She's very accomplished.
C E 2 aylar önce
Dutch Farmers you are not alone. We are all in this fight together. Canadians are rooting for you.
Dennis Maloney
Dennis Maloney 2 aylar önce
And U.S.A.christians
martin diepstraten
martin diepstraten 2 aylar önce
You canadians have done enough for us.
Ray West
Ray West 2 aylar önce
I second that comment, lots of Canadians.. eh!👍👍
Edwin van den Kieboom
Edwin van den Kieboom 2 aylar önce
Thank you! ❤ from the Netherlands
Patsy Crowell
Patsy Crowell 2 aylar önce
America is listening.
Ave Christus Rex
Ave Christus Rex 2 aylar önce
You gotta love Eva!!! What a breath of fresh air. Great conversation.
Gertjan de Gelder
Gertjan de Gelder 2 aylar önce
Wow didn't know Eva though I'm Dutch. She makes me proud to be Dutch!
David Purcell
David Purcell Aylar önce
Jordan, This is a brilliant discussion. This pulls together all loose ends that I have been struggling to articulate. The loose ends I see are facts. They include my Faith but much much more in addition. I think it would be valuable to recorded on DVD for distribution globally. Just in case someone tres to shut this down. Thank you for Facilitating this conversation.
Gerard Vaughan
Gerard Vaughan Aylar önce
This young woman is So "on the money". She completely nails it for me.
J 2 aylar önce
Wait, wait, wait, let me get this straight: Ukraine and Russia were some of the massive producers of food in Europe. They are now at war and cannot not produce food like that anymore. They were declaring the possibility of food shortages as a result of that. The Dutch farmers are so productive, they are creating a surplus of food for their country and are exporting it to their neighbors. The Dutch government's bright idea in response is: "We need to half the number of farmers and food producers. This is a perfect plan that will lead to no future problems in the future."
kds 2 aylar önce
Wir brauchen einen internationalen Protest, der noch nie zuvor unternommen wurde.
Howdie Rowdie
Howdie Rowdie 2 aylar önce
If you want people to know what you are trying to do, maybe comment in english. Thats how you get the biggest reach. What does your comment say?
Shia Karm
Shia Karm 2 aylar önce
@Howdie Rowdie we need an international protest that has never been done before
Ryan Towell
Ryan Towell 2 aylar önce
@Howdie Rowdie Or you could use google translator...
Howdie Rowdie
Howdie Rowdie 2 aylar önce
@Ryan Towell If someone scrolls through comments and sees a language he doesnt speak, he wont use google translator, he keeps scrolling to the comment below which is in his mothertongue. So no, if you want to spread awareness or organize an international protest, you should use the language understood by most people... Unless you want to limit your reach...
Mike Page
Mike Page 2 aylar önce
@Howdie Rowdie I see you've made an assumption.
Barak Eitan
Barak Eitan 2 aylar önce
Thanks again, Jordan, for initiating a deeply troubling discussion, that our politicians should be having, regarding the direction and future of the citizens of their various countries. One immediate thought is the catastrophic marginalization of religious observance as a moral force for good, which includes the family and that moral basket called family values. My second thought is to question the criteria required for leadership. Does the prospective political leader, or any leader for that matter, walk the walk, or merely talk the talk. Today, we have a modern version of Oscar Wilde's play, The Mask of Dorian Gray, where an individual is able to masquerade behind a public persona, successfully hiding a venal character. Our leaders need more objective scrutiny. But we, the citizens, also require, as you so eloquently say, have to clean up our rooms. How can we expect better behaviour from others if, as individuals and as a society, we do not hold ourselves to a higher standard?
Mike Anderson
Mike Anderson Aylar önce
I am from the UK and l can see everything you discussed is going on here and l am a great fan of the Dutch people. I wish my country men and women had half of the determination Holland and France have. We seem to have lost the Bulldog spirit l am afraid to say.
Wilhelm Nurso
Wilhelm Nurso 2 aylar önce
Mr. Peterson, thank you for those Podcasts! Exceptional work.
Roy Niekerk
Roy Niekerk 2 aylar önce
Really liked watching this interview. Partly because I am living in The Netherlands myself. The warning for the left going too far is clear and I appreciate the warning from Dr. Peterson on that. I also like very much the efforts Dr. Peterson takes in understanding the specifics of the Dutch case and trying to get evidence for claims being made. One issue I sametimes have is when there is too much reference to "they", because who are "they". It is true that some people advocate for the tri-state city. It is also true that the Dutch government (and pushed by EU) is putting pressure on the farmers through the nitrogen topic. However, the claim that there is some sort of conscience relation between the two is not really supported in the interview. And I also doubt if it is actually the case. My gutfeel is that they both have a common cause: a very leftist minded ideaology (which may not be a 100% acurate defenition). Farmers have to go because the are bad for nature cause science says so is the opinion many people have. And better connected cities are good for the environment as it is more efficient and less cars are needed etc etc. I have similar thoughts about the immigration topic: I do not think there is a conscience agenda to diminish Dutch identity, it will be the consequence of current policies though.
Maarten & Wilma Boer
Maarten & Wilma Boer 2 aylar önce
I am Dutch myself and it's just like she says. Verry well spoken and verry recognisable!
Transplanted1 2 aylar önce
My Dutch father, a Graphic Designer in Amsterdam who was absolutely a social liberal, told me not long before he died and with profound concern, that the non-assimilation character of the more recent waves of immigrants into the Netherlands was going to completely obliterate our Western civilization (previous immigrants assimilated into and enriched the Dutch culture). This tri-city talk is absolutely horrifying. Dank je Eva and thank you Michael for the work that you do and thank you Jordan for giving them this platform.
A. Deli
A. Deli 2 aylar önce
If you go to Flora Holland where they wash the pots , it's immigrants , if you go to warehouses , it's immigrants, kitchens , also lots of immigrants, I've had a lot of low payed jobs , it was always 9 immigrants one dutch , then you wonder why they don't get assimilated , because they are being segregated, all uitsendbureaus work with immigrants, who's running the uitsendbureaus ? Dutch , I had to struggle, for 12 years before I got an office job now I finally learn Dutch because I work with Dutch , the first waves of immigrants where easier to absorb because they were few and you were lots , but that's not the case anymore , there's more foreigners in Ams than locals
Wickytb 2 aylar önce
For anyone who wants to know, the BBB (Farm,Citizen,Movement; Dutch - Boer,Burger,Beweging) party crushed in a landslide for the provincial elections this year - being the mayor party in all 12 provinces in the Netherlands. If the current government continues on this path, polls estimate that the BBB will jump from 1 seat (this year) to 38 seats (next election) out of 150 total.
Allan Kirk
Allan Kirk 2 aylar önce
This is the best presentation of Jordan's I have seen! Excellent!!
franksimonds04 2 aylar önce
Intelligent and erudite conversation. Eva is a benefit to this fight for freedom.
Captain Eric J Damen
Captain Eric J Damen 2 aylar önce
I am slowly recovering from a 20 year long Depression alongside with you recovering from the Burnout, i have the deepest respect for you now that i know you are absolutely not selling BS. There must be a counter-way to fight this psychological propagandist approach destroying every human-right we have ever fought for since humanity crawled out of the trees.
David Roselman
David Roselman 2 aylar önce
Im an English person living in the Netherlands for 5 years now. And I really like living here. I’m curious why Johan Vollenbroek wasn’t mentioned. According to a politico article recently, he had a large influence in the government pursuing the nitrogen policies.
Immie Gee
Immie Gee 2 aylar önce
I am a Dutch citizen and it can make me tear up what they do to our farmers. It is a crime.
Denise DeStefanis
Denise DeStefanis 2 aylar önce
And it's not just hapoening to your farmers ..it's happening to you and all people of the globe. We are all connected...this is a war on humanity!❤
Casimir III
Casimir III 2 aylar önce
Cool, keep crying about it online, I'm sure that helps
Immie Gee
Immie Gee 2 aylar önce
@Casimir III being rude doesn't work either.
andrea193 2 aylar önce
This woman is a true inspiration!!
Cede Nullis
Cede Nullis 2 aylar önce
Utmost respect and support for the Dutch farmers. Their Governments treatment of such a vital group of citizens is disgraceful. I have enjoyed numerous holidays in Holland, my father fought in Holland circa 1944/45 living with a Dutch family over the Christmas of 1945. He never forgot the kindness he was given at a desperately dangerous time of his life. Farmers of Nederland keep strong 🇬🇧🇳🇱🇬🇧
N.cholas 2 aylar önce
They are not vital. No one here, nor Peterson, seems to have even an idea of what they are talking about
Lomu Habana
Lomu Habana 2 aylar önce
They agricultural sector contributes 1.5% or so to the Dutch economy. 80% of their products are exported. They receive massive subsidies (more than 800 million euros per year). Meanwhile, they hold half of the land in the already highly densely populated country. If you enjoy the Netherlands, you’d want a sustainable solution, not a polluted monoculture.
ottoman stamper
ottoman stamper 2 aylar önce
JP is usually very good at organising thoughts and ideas and directing focus in order to present issues in a way that is relatively easy for people to follow but it seems that achieving that with Michael is like trying to herd chickens. JP said he still wasn't clear about the purpose and function of the tri-state city, I'm not sure he is any clearer now, I'm certainly not. Unfortunately although it is possible to glean some useful information from Michael, it is very difficult to get the information you want when you want it. Michael speaks a lot without adding new information to what he has already shared; heard much more about Nitrogen than about tri-state city in his answer about tri-state city.
Fatima Sofia
Fatima Sofia 23 gün önce
I learned a lot from Michael
Arno Modelstate
Arno Modelstate 2 aylar önce
1:28:00 Well Eva, I'm glad with the outcome that we had on the 15th and 16th :) Now it's all hoping that not only the Farmers get heard but also the People that made this landslide happen !!
lovesloudcars 2 aylar önce
1:09:45 Is one of the most simple yet profound things I've ever heard. "The answer can never be a solution that doesn't work ". Too many times a solution is given but the results are not calculated or the person making the decision is not held accountable for the choice.
F Simona B.
F Simona B. 2 aylar önce
As romanian immigrant in Holland I suport with all my heart the fearless Dutch farmers ❤️❤️❤️
Petru G
Petru G 2 aylar önce
Romanians are everywhere, lol. I salute you, a fellow Romanian
Norbert Bajgyik
Norbert Bajgyik 2 aylar önce
What is really going on ??? Can you give us some info from the guys on the street ???
Agatha Hofmann
Agatha Hofmann 2 aylar önce
Agatha Hofmann
Agatha Hofmann 2 aylar önce
​@Norbert Bajgyik find me in the comments
Norbert Bajgyik
Norbert Bajgyik 2 aylar önce
@Agatha Hofmann over 5k comments 🤔🤔🤔
Friso8 2 aylar önce
As a Dutchman I do support our farmers cause ❤ However: These two people appear to be posessed by a conspiracy theory. Critical questions from JBP's side are not addressed properly, to the point he needs to repeat his questions. I strongly feel that they are looking to preach their narrative, rather than aiming for the truth.
Kristian Biltoft
Kristian Biltoft Aylar önce
In Denmark is the same narrative going on about keeping nature at some arbitrarily defined "natural" state of existence. The program goes under the name "Rewilding". Also new tax law changes make it substantially more expensive to own small farmsteads.
Miserable Acres
Miserable Acres 2 aylar önce
I'm happy to see a solution piece here, good change Jordan. EVERYONE, where you spend your time, views and dollars is the real vote. Support local, view moral content and remove yourself from as many of these problems as possible and build a better way with the rest of us. The power of choice and economics in a capitalist society is the true vote.
Mike Barton
Mike Barton Aylar önce
Very interesting. Thank you. I think the West is going the way of the Roman Empire. It has become just too decadent and stupid. In this age we have it better than any previous generation and yet so many are trying to destroy that basically because they don't know hardship. I have tremendous respect for my mother because when I was young my mother did the washing in a copper where she had to start a fire underneath it and then with two concrete tubs with a mangle between them rinse them. Half the males today need to have their balls go through a mangle. The fridge was a bricked up hole underneath a laurel hedge and she cooked on a Shacklock coal range. The bread was beautiful as well as the roast muttons. Light came from a Tilley lantern above the kitchen table. A very generous woman gave my mother an electric sewing machine. There was only one problem. No power. For some reason her first job of the day was scrubbing the Kauri doorstep. She was very chuffed when she bought her last house and she never had to do it again I never heard her complain ONCE.
john Klement
john Klement 2 aylar önce
Ik ben Nederlands. I am dutch but left Holland in 1981 and moved to the UK. I am so glad I do not live in Holland anymore as I could not possibly have kept my mouth shut on what has happened to my Country. when I left in 1981 (ish), we just started to get some people to encourage immigrants to enter Holland, even though they had NO IDEA where they were from and what they believed in. I know the UK has been following the similar sort of trend since but Holland, being only a small country, could not possibly accommodate all these foreigners with their own ways and customs without seriously changing the fabric of the country
Buckalos 2 aylar önce
I am a German farmer and I am grateful that you put up this topic. Sadly the politicians in Europe went so far with their illusions of how agriculture should work, that I am more and more convinced, that it will get far worse. More people will starve, food shortages will develop and farmers will still earn less and less. But (I hope) at some point, when the wealth of our continent fades and people start to care about how not to starve, things will rearrange to the better. But as i said: first, it will get worse. (It's desert ahead!)
אליאל בן-דן
אליאל בן-דן 2 aylar önce
I’m am American farmer, and I just went to a course for the FDA certification to grow and harvest produce. It was so absurd that an hour in, I thought that there has to be another agenda. There is: we have to list everything that we grow; how it’s irrigated; harvested and packaged. In other words, they know IN DETAIL everything produced on this farm should a national crisis develop and they want to cease it. And as In Holland, now the program is “voluntary”, but that’s ending soon enough.
Neva. 2 aylar önce
​@אליאל בן-דן Sickening. It shouldn't be any of their business.
Fluppet 2 aylar önce
I am very curious about how Canadian government can take an industry that already has ~80% efficiency and say they need to still improve by 30%
Natalia Gálvez
Natalia Gálvez Aylar önce
We need a second part interview in the light of the elections, we know that the farmers’ party won so it’s gonna be interesting to know what the steps forward are…
who dis
who dis 2 aylar önce
I would like to see you explore movements such as Monero, TOR and I2P! They might seem to be in a technical niche but in reality they are the only tools individuals have against things like a social credit system. Maybe you could talk with prominent figures in the space? The TOR foundation has people who I think would love to talk. Same for someone like Andreas Antonopoulos. These people are very motivated by their personal beliefs and have a tremendous ability to break down complex technologies into simple explainations!
Robin Wiese
Robin Wiese 2 aylar önce
I don't know if this will help, but I sent an email to Hollands Central Government expressing my disgust with their actions and reminding them of the global stigma their actions will carry. Maybe if enough people complain (internationally) they'll take notice. Probably not, but it's worth a shot.
Maurice 2 aylar önce
I am Dutch myself and I can say with great joy that a change is taking place. The BBB (Boeren Burger Beweging, the political party of the farmers) has won a majority of the seats in the 1st chamber and the water boards. Most of our citizens are fed up with our government's bullshit and want the current left-wing elites to be dethroned. This is the first step towards a possible major political change.
Fran Raymond
Fran Raymond 2 aylar önce
Thank you Eva and Michael for your leadership and courage and thank you Dutch Farmers and Canadian Truckers for your fighting spirit! Together we will win!
HTL 2 aylar önce
Min28:50 Jordan hammers the nail on the head. Worst of it all is that so many people have an ear for these populist subjects however fail to understand and analyse what is really in front of them. The rise of the farmers against it might be a life safer for the country.
Colin Ellison
Colin Ellison 2 aylar önce
The Farmers are the backbone of any country, we need to fully support them if you dont want to be eating bugs at the behest of the EU/WEF
Lucas L .•.
Lucas L .•. 2 aylar önce
Doctor Jordan Peterson, First of all, I am one more person you saved. I am eternally grateful! Now, I would like to know if there is a list somewhere, of the stories you quote during your talks. Thanks in advance!
Nancy McMillan
Nancy McMillan Aylar önce
I'm from the Midwest US. In the late 80's many of our family friends were farmers. My father's family were farmers. They lost everything to the banks who then sold to the conglomerates. Does anyone remember our own history?
Mark Kraakman
Mark Kraakman 2 aylar önce
As a dutch farmer i,m very proud that we really rattled the Cage since 2019
Ανέστης Ραφαήλ
Ανέστης Ραφαήλ 2 aylar önce
Dear Jordan, as a 15 year old greek male I enjoy listening to you and your podcasts tremendously. And I wanted to thank you, from the bottom of my heart, because you have shown me a new way of arguing. No more anger and "feelings", no more arrogance. Just laying out the facts, analysing and being calm and undisrupted by ANYTHING. What's more, you have changed my world view (was a hardore leftist before due to parents) and taught me to be more cautious while talking and not to adopt a specific ideology and hold it as sacrosanct. For all these, Thank You... Edit: WOW guys 172 people liked a random comment of mine! Never though I'd get that one...
Human Beings R Thinking Beings
Human Beings R Thinking Beings 2 aylar önce
Mind Begs the Question: To support,aid an Apartheid State Righteous,Evil?
RollieCrafts 2 aylar önce
Congratulations young man you are the Hope of the Future! 🙏🙏
skindian6669 u2
skindian6669 u2 2 aylar önce
Alright! There is hope for the future after all. Keep your mind open, your eyes open, your ears open and keep your mouth shut, and you will go far. Have a great day!
kickstar1 17 gün önce
This discussion was insanely enlightening. Eva is on fire. Hey Mr. Yon, you're awesome but bro, hard to take you serious in a poncho or whatever that is lol.
IJK IJK Aylar önce
Same thing is happening in Ireland. The farming community are coming under increasing levels of regulation, a push for organics which at a time of global food shortages, tougher nitrates derogations for the most efficient of farmers and its increasingly more difficult to get permission to build your own house in the countryside. The family farm is being eroded. Generations of national identity, knowledge and localism is being eroded. Once the family farm model disappears the countryside will be mere tourist destinations and rewilded areas. Farmers will be sacrificed and thus the rural economy forcing them into cities where its easier to control people. Food production will be outsourced to BRIC country's or worse. Itl be nearly a sin to eat a steak. frightening stuff. More than likely i will be the last generation of farmers on our land which span a century at this stage. These topics are being discussed in Ireland here also. New movements are in the pipeline. Fair play to Eva. As a 40 yr old male we need the young to stand up to this nonsense for our childrens sake.
Davek_89666 Aylar önce
I'm a 33 yr old Irish man. I don't believe this country has a hope at this stage. We've imported the American mental illness of wokeness. The Paddy's have had it too easy for the last 20 years and now there are no tough people left. “Hard times create strong men, strong men create good times, good times create weak men, and weak men create hard times." Éire has no strong sons anymore
Jeff Moore
Jeff Moore Aylar önce
I'm watching this from Australia in a rural area. Our immigration levels have creeped up to 350 thousand a year. Under our woke Labor government. I'm starting to see why they want this, as they know the poorer immigrants will keep them in power long enough to push not only the climate changes theory but to stay in Government. Thank you. Jeff Moore
justforthehackofit 2 aylar önce
For a Dutchman, an interesting mix of facts, half-truths and straightout propaganda from a certain perspective. These people realise that outrage sells - gotta say they have talent.
Jabbo 2 aylar önce
For a Dutchman, you're nationality doesn't automatically make you an expert nor does it mean you are right. It goes both ways.
justforthehackofit 2 aylar önce
@Jabbo true. one could say the same (and I have implied as much) for my 'countrylady'.
Tamme Kremer
Tamme Kremer 2 aylar önce
Airborne Spaghetti
Airborne Spaghetti 2 aylar önce
JP: “Give me specificity on this tri-state-city idea” Southwest Marlon Brando: “I cannot actually answer questions”
Boontjes 2 aylar önce
For people outside the Netherlands: for people to protest in this way is unprecedented in our country. And the farmers have our sympathy and we fully support them.
SK 2 aylar önce
Talk for yourself. The large majority of people, including me, did not vote on parties allowing farmers to keep polluting our land.
Kathy M
Kathy M 2 aylar önce
No farms, no food
Upcycle Garage
Upcycle Garage 2 aylar önce
Dr Peterson . I am so happy to see the ARC has begun. all abroad... when WE resolve the WEF is the EU next? ... I am so proud of the work you are doing . PROUD Albertan just like you,
Richard C
Richard C 2 aylar önce
Best episode of the year so far!
Margaret Campbell
Margaret Campbell 2 aylar önce
We are having this problem too in Australia. The idea of bringing people from every where celebrating their cultures but ignoring the original culture
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