Pretty „shiel­dmaiden“ Eva Vlaar­din­ger­broek: „hard-working, faithful and self-suffi­cient“ farmers stand in the way of Great Reset

Screenshot: Eva Vlaardingerbroek

By JÖRG WOLLSCHLÄGER | Eva Vlaar­din­ger­broek studied law at the Univer­sity of Utrecht and the LMU Munich and completed her Master’s degree in Leiden with a thesis in legal philo­sophy on the „contrac­tua­li­sa­tion of sex in the MeToo era“. She was fifth in the list of parlia­men­tary candi­dates for Thierry Baudet’s „Forum voor Demo­cratie“, but there was a falling out and she resi­gned from the party. According to Wiki­pedia, she dated Baudet for a time and was with Julien Rochedy, a poli­ti­cian of the „Rassem­ble­ment National“, for a year. Now she is engaged to Will Witt [link], a Chris­tian influ­encer on the conser­va­tive media plat­form PragerU (Prague University).

Most recently, the char­ming and intel­li­gent lawyer is passio­na­tely advo­ca­ting with Tucker Carson for the „hard-working, faithful and self-suffi­cient“ Dutch farmers who stand in the way of the Great Reset.

The „little milkmaid“; Eva Vlaardingerbroek

She used to be vili­fied by the main­stream as the „shiel­dmaiden of the far right“, now after her plea for farmers, she is the „little milk­maid“ or equal to „Hitler’s wife“, according to 25-year-old Vlaar­din­ger­broek. In an inter­view with Tucker Carlson on Fox News (7/7/2022), she explains what farmers are really about and why they are figh­ting so doggedly.

TK: What is this about and what do you think it means?

EV: Very simply Tucker, it’s about the Dutch government stealing our farmers‘ land. And they are doing this under the pretext of the contrived nitrogen crisis. And this will cost most of these farmers their live­li­hood. Fortu­n­a­tely, the Dutch farmers are not accep­ting this, they are taking to the streets, they are blocka­ding distri­bu­tion centres. They are blocking the high­ways, they are figh­ting back and they are right, it’s their life’s work, they don’t know what to do, they are despe­rate about what the government is doing this is not because of a nitrogen crisis, they are doing this because they want the farmers‘ land and they want it to accom­mo­date more immi­grants. They also want it because farmers are stan­ding in the way of their Great Reset plans that they have for us. Farmers are hard working, faithful, self-suffi­cient people who stand in the way of the globa­list agenda. This is even driving many farmers to suicide. There is only one name for what our government under Mark Rutte is doing now and that is communism.

TK: Messing around with food produc­tion leads to a food crisis and then hunger, you see it in deve­lo­ping coun­tries, thanks to climate acti­vism and the war in Ukraine. Are ordi­nary citi­zens who are not farmers worried about what happens when you shut down farms?

EV: Abso­lutely, they under­stand, no farmers, no food and that’s why the farmers blocked the distri­bu­tion centres, because after a few hours you saw that the super­mar­kets were empty. The ordi­nary people under­stand, only the state doesn’t seem to under­stand or doesn’t want to under­stand and the police reacted in an extre­mely violent way. As you saw, they even shot a 16 year old boy, these are not the things you should see in free western coun­tries, espe­cially when they are directed against peaceful protes­ters. But it is happe­ning, not just the Dutch, but ever­y­body in the world, espe­cially you in America should support our Dutch farmers, because it could happen to you. That’s why I’m wearing this scarf, it’s become the symbol of resis­tance of the peas­ants and they are so brave and they have the man power to do this, so they deserve all your support.

TK: We should worry about the important things, food supply is the most important thing. We thank you for the explana­tion. Thank you very much for the interview.

The original English version of the inter­view is here [linked].

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