WARSAW - Polish farmers have announced a general strike against EU “Green New Deal”.

Green New Deal links directly into the Agenda 2030 ‘Sustainability’ program whereby the World Economic Forum proposes to 100% disenfranchise farmers and substitute synthetic GMO laboratory foods for real food grown in real soil.

Poland has the largest number of family farms in Europe – over one million. These farms are a vital resource not just for national food production but also for the maintenance of Poland’s unique biodiversity.

Particular to this Polish farmer’s effort will be a central attack on ‘Green New Deal’ (see below) which is of course a critically important issue vis-a-vis ensuring the future of all farmers/farming.

“the lack of response from the Polish authorities and declarations of cooperation with the European Commission, along with announcements to respect all decisions on the import of agricultural and food products from Ukraine, leave us no choice but to declare a general strike”, said the European Union’s farm-to-table strategy and the proposed form of the Common Agricultural Policy.

“We cannot accept the implementation of the “European Green Deal”, they added.