Bill Gates Foundation Supermarket Burns To The Ground Amid Dutch Farmers’ Protests

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A Bill Gates funded supermarket and food distribution facility in the Netherlands has been destroyed by fire overnight.

The large facility in Almelo owned by Picnic, a Bill Gates-funded grocery company that pushes plant protein meat and uses electric delivery vehicles, suddenly caught fire in the dead of night.

Last year, the company was given a whopping 600 million euros by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Many protesters involved in the ongoing farmers’ uprising in Holland have openly stated they believe Gates is partly responsible for the additional climate laws that are destroying the agricultural industry.

The cause of the fire is still unclear and there is no proof the destruction of the Gates facility is linked to the protesters. However, many people in Holland are speculating the fire is retaliation for the career-destroying nitrogen policy brought in by the Rutte government that is set to drive farmers out of business and worsen the food production crisis.

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Eva Vlaardingerbroek spoke to Rebel News and explained the connection between Bill Gates and the Dutch government destroying the farmers’ livelihoods.

Twitter was left with little doubt about the cause of the blaze. According to @RealMiamiEstate, there are “no coincidences.”

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