The images reaching us from Europe are moving. The farmers' protests, which reached their interim peak in Germany, are now spreading to the entire continent. It is a balm for the soul, battered by climate madness and statists, to see how German, French, Italian and Greek farmers are pulling together and striving towards a common goal: To fend off the Davos globalists' attack on our bourgeois society and its last nests of private autonomy and free enterprise. Its central vector of attack, the infantile climate apocalypse and the dangerous Net Zero nonsense derived from it, is easily identifiable as an economic and socio-psychological cancer and, despite all the state propaganda, everyone should be able to recognize this climate hype as a stupid, infantile psyop that reached its temporary peak in the shrill personality of Greta Thunberg. The artificial hype created at the time around this questionable person, who was professionally marketed from day one (among colleagues: excellent work!), was always strongly reminiscent of the excesses of children's crusades in the darkest Middle Ages.
And it had a terrifying effect on the brains and souls of many people around the world, who have since been asking themselves who actually hit them over the head in recent years with the CO2 tax cudgel and ever new levies and regulations (see farmers' protests, they get it).
So back to the farmers' protests, which are not slowing down these days and are even gaining energy. It is an impressive movement that, although ignored by the mainstream, seems to be rejuvenating on its own, like a young springing fountain. But despite all the euphoria and optimism, I wonder why it has still not succeeded in bringing the broad middle of society onto the streets.
Looking at Germany, once Europe's powerhouse, it is fair to say that it still seems to be a rich country in which its people, despite the migration crisis, the most disastrous energy policy and the dismantling of industry, do not realize that they have lost around 7% of their purchasing power in the last two years alone, that their industry is losing ground at a double-digit rate per year, that their social funds are facing disruption through illegal migration and that the long-lost war in Ukraine will finish them off fiscally.
They should know that it is these farmers who are also giving a face to their own diffuse feeling of political powerlessness and hopelessness. These courageous farmers are the last hope of the middle class before the far-reaching legislation of the European Union, always controlled by the Davos globalists, will finally plunder their wallets. The increase in road tolls, an increase in the CO2 tax, an increase in VAT in the hospitality industry - all this, in addition to an increase in basic taxes, the Germans have already had to accept at the turn of the year, while a fat, fat state apparatus is fattening itself on their life's work and degenerating ever fatter. In keeping with tradition, the Germans are accepting this downfall uncomplainingly, without any objections or pithy criticism. Nothing. The fight against the right - that is now the ''current thing'', to which a desperate, because intellectually completely overtaxed, political establishment has managed to distract them from the real field of disturbance, the Davos control degenerates, in a further attempt at distraction.
The masses look helplessly at the farmers' protest and the question literally screams at us all: What is happening here? Who is breaking through the iron curtain of our vow of silence and, above all, what will others think if they catch me in the act of benevolent self-talk with a view of this irritating act? Who today actually still has the strength to articulate themselves in this way, to express their frustration in this no longer merely symbolic way, but to throw the myth of agriculture as the source of all civilization into the balance?
It remains to be hoped that perhaps in other countries of the European Union, members of the middle class, entrepreneurs and representatives of the creative cultural scene will finally take up this issue and reach a wider public to draw attention to the urgency of the matter. As early as 2030, the European Union plans to finally introduce the CBDC, the anti-meritocratic UBI and the digital ID in order to take away the last corners of autonomy from the once sovereign citizen (was he ever?). Now is the time for protest and resistance. Soon it will be too late.