Why Does The Left Hate Farmers?

Food is a human right, comrade.


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Written by ShortFatOtaku

Hi, I'm SFO, and on this channel I make political and philosophical content. There's a lot wrong with the world at the moment, and I don't really have any way to affect political change other than making videos on pertinent topics, so I'll do what I can. My political position is a liberal centrist - I believe that free western capitalist democracy is the best political system we have, and that it's under attack from all sides, from SJWs, from religious extremism, from radical feminism, from identitarianism, from both progressivism and regressivism, from extremism from both ends of the political spectrum. If you're expecting me to either be alt-right, or side with social justice, you're going to be very disappointed.


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  1. ore I watch:
    A: Because farmers are competent (the incompetent ones fail)
    B: Because, in their words, their revolutionairy potential is not bein actualized because of privileges they get from the capitalist system

    Edit: Dev, are you one of those people that think a swamp is moren important than people? I live next to the netherlands, believe me when I say you don't want to live there in its natural state. Its natural state is UNDER WATER, mostly.

  2. Putting my tinfoil hat on for a moment: perhaps the corporate/government push for vegan industrial made “meat” products we are seeing for the past years is an effort to get all the food production power into the hands of corporations/governments. That way they don’t have to contend with the power that independent farmers have over the entire economy.

  3. Nitrogen emissions are important and all, but in a middle of a potential recession? And you have to convince me otherwise that the Dutch government isn't in bed with the WEF at this point. Surely, their previous actions pushing the WEF agenda has to account for something in your eyes.

    This is far from a rightoid narrative or blindspot from what I've seen.

  4. Not everything is "just a matter of perspective" based on political ideology, Dev.

    Sometimes, one side is just right. There's ALWAYS got to be a qualifier about how this is a neutral issue – it's just the RiGhToIdS manipulating the information to convince everyone they're right on this topic.

    There is nothing worse than the radical, enlightened centrists -_-

  5. Holy fuck!!! I don’t think you realize how good this video is. Every farmer on the planet needs to watch it and I guarantee you he or she will buy a gun. When I become president I will force farmers to buy fire arms or I will send them to Detroit.

  6. As I've pointed out in other videos:
    The problem the Netherlands claims to have with the farmers is Nitrogen Run-off.
    This is because nitrogen is an aspect that can cause algae (and other plants) to grow. Like a fertilizer. In fact, it's one of the main reasons to HAVE fertilizer, so you can replenish the nitrogen in the soil.
    What is the other problem facing the farms today?
    A fertilizer shortage.
    GEE, if only there was a way of taking the nitrogen-rich run-off and turn it into FERTILIZER. But, that would mean that people were not actually facing a famine.
    No, much better to kill 30% of the livestock and have people eat bugs.

  7. The Nitrogen phobia is more hypothetical utter nonsense same as demonizing CO2 .. utter unscientific horseshit motivated by politics, and if you still don't realize the connection between the current gov in Netherlands and Claus Schwab you need to look up what Claus said about the Netherlands PM Mark Rutte.

  8. I think the Left hate farms because they don't actually know where food comes from. They talk about buying organic or free ranged and in their minds they think of someone working in a garden, and to them that's their ideal vision of where food comes from. They want the industry of farming to die because they magically think you can feed the world on rainbows and unicorns.

  9. When the world eventually goes to shit, we'll all have to learn how to take up farming just to survive… except for the Left, who'll probably die first because they're helpless babies who can't do shit for themselves.

  10. The left-wing news curation site I regularly follow was pretty silent about the Indian farmer's protest, but then again the people on that site are generally uninterested in foreign news, especially if it's outside US and Europe.

  11. When you start to tell the truckers and farmers how to live their lives and do their jobs you will notice a food shortage or supply chain issues. The elitist urbanites will soon learn that they cannot live without the help of these "reactionary" rural peasants.

  12. And behind the scenes this is a move to transfer food production away from the Netherlands to a poorer state. This happened in the UK with manufacturing when EU grants paid companies like Cadburys to move out.


    Sup lol I’m hella interested in content like this as of late. I’ve always considered myself quite the Centrist and a lot of the videos and comments under Devs videos have sparked my curiosity to if there are any other YouTubers or people who put out content similar to this ideology wise?
    I like the fact that, from what I see, Dev critiques both sides! Most moderate content creators I’ve watched are leaning either one way or the other in some fashion and I’m just having trouble finding more “Center” thinking media in general.

    So, if there’s anyone you suggest ( either YouTuber OR a Centrist thinker in general taht

  14. As the first commandment of globalism says, keep the human population under 500 million. Eliminating 30% of farms each year for 2-3 years as per the plan would be a very effective way to cause starvation in the world when you turn a 2nd largest exporter of food into a dependant importer.

    Question is who will produce the food to replace the Netherlands.

  15. Its fucking hilarious watching these spoiled silverspoon fuckwits babyrage when the working class starts bucking and kicking when the government does stupid bullshit "No no no! I'm supposed to lead the revolution, I'm supposed to be in charge!" Lazy sacks of shit like Vaush, Hasan, Xander, and the rest of their ilk can take a fucking hike.

  16. Two things will always remain true; 1: The government will not be satisfied until it gains control over a profitable industry. 2: Any industry controlled by the government will become less efficient, bloated with overhead, and inevitably decend in a downward spiral of insolvency

  17. We introduced fertilizer planning in switzerland, which means you carefully plan how much N, P, K you use per crop. This got the N problem mostly under control, but it puts a cap on fertilizer use and gives the state easy access to cut fertilizer by adjusting the limits. A good system if theres no green party in power

  18. "palace being stormed january 6th style" youre so braindead sometimes i swear. You think if the capitol had really been stormed we would be in the current situation in the first place? You moron, everything thats happening is because this illegitimate administration is allowed to stay.

  19. Just another example of individualism vs collectivism.

    The Soviets and their sympathizers were envious and didn’t like how successful the Kulaks were, but in truth they just got it all from the sweat of their brow.

    Ungratefulness mixed with nepotism is what it also sounds like in regards to the Soviets. 😡

  20. 2:36 Bogs and marshes are natural nitrogen traps goddammit, my own country of Sweden figured that out a couple of centuries ago, forgot about it, and is just now starting to encourage farmers to let small bogs form at the periphery of their farmlands, mainly to reduce nitrogen emissions surrounding seas.

    10:52 yes, Land Deeds is perhaps one of most important reforms ever, especially when it comes to agriculture; It's why sub-Saharan Africa can't produce enough food(and partially the local environment as well), simply because the farmers do not own their own land and so see no need to improve the output of the land they work.

    Somalia for example, is perfectly positioned to perhaps see 3 harvests a year(!) but any Somalian government has yet to pass any kind of reform that would enable land deeds.

  21. It's all in their big slogan "From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs."

    Everyone concentrates on the handouts in the second part, but overlooks the enslavement in the first. "To his ability". Not his desire. Not his ambition. Ability.

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