Dutch Court Orders Government to Cut CO2 Emissions 25% by EOY 2020

Re-Blogged From WUWT

Dutch Farmer Protest. Image source Breitbart

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35 Cows Live on a Floating Dairy Farm Staffed by Robots

Milkworld

Off the coast of Rotterdam, Netherlands, a bizarre floating farm is providing locals with a fresh supply of milk.

The farm-boat-combo, created by an aptly-named company called Floating Farm, has been selling the milk of its 35 seafaring cows since May, CBC News reports. The mostly-automated operation is an undeniably weird bid to help make cities more self-sustaining — especially in the face of worsening climate change that threatens the area’s infrastructure.

Secret Cow Level

The farm is a three-story barge, according to CBC. The cows live on the top floor, but they can also wander ashore when the barge is docked — eating local grass clippings, potato peels, and beer broth, while supplying nearby fields with manure.

Furious Farmers Defy Army Roadblocks in Dutch Anti-Green Protest

By Eric Worrall – Re-Blogged From WUWT

Farmers in the Netherlands have reacted with fury to government demands they cull their herds to help Holland meet their nitrogen emission targets.

Incredible Pictures: Thousands of Tractors Shut Down Highways in Farmer’s Anti-Green Madness Protest

Thousands of farmers shut down highways in a go-slow protest converging on the Dutch capital Monday, as they protested being victimised by a government trying to meet European Union emissions laws by cracking down on agriculture.

Dutch Anti-Climate Farmer Protest. Image source Breitbart

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The Ultimate Safe-Haven Asset. A Looming Nobel Prize?

By Arkadiusz Sieroń – Re-Blogged From Gold Eagle

Yesterday, the Nobel prizes in economics were awarded. Unfortunately, gold has been omitted and got nothing. How unfair! But looking at the Dutch central bank press release, gold would have much higher chances if they were the ones granting the prizes and not the Swedish central bank!

2019 Nobel in Economics and Gold

Yesterday was a big day! At least for all those boring economists and similar bean-counters. The Nobel Prize in economics was awarded. Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo, and Michael Kremer became 2019 laureates for their experimental approach to alleviating global poverty.

Nice! But, dear Nobel Committee, we also have great ideas how to reduce poverty in the world. Just give everyone some gold! We know, that’s not the quick road to wealth, but whatever the current outlook, gold portfolios should appreciate substantially in the long run.

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Radical Leftist Bill Seeks To Deny Life-Saving Surgeries To Adults Over The Age of 70

The latest attack on human rights is geared towards the elderly and you won’t believe what liberals want to do now.

Yet again determined to falsely assume the role as God, liberals are attempting to decide who lives and who dies.

And if the radical left-wing party in the Netherlands get their way – those who are older will lose access to medical care permanently.

Pension Crisis In US And Globally Is Unavoidable

By Lance Roberts – Re-Blogged From http://www.Silver-Phoenix500.com

There is a really big crisis coming.

Think about it this way. After 8 years and a 230% stock market advance the pension funds of Dallas, Chicago, and Houston are in severe trouble.

But it isn’t just these municipalities that are in trouble, but also most of the public and private pensions that still operate in the country today.

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