Green tyranny: Trudeau's fed agents raiding private lands to test nitrate levels on soil and water sources
Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) employees had been trespassing private lands in Saskatchewan to ensure the nitrate level compliance
of farms in the Canadian province.
Member of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan Jeremy Cockrill called on Federal Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault to comment on these allegations.
"We're still unsure which federal department they are a part of, but they actually were taking samples out of a private dugout and when approached and queried as to why they were there, they said that they were checking for pesticide residues and nitrates," Cockrill said.
According to the Post Millennial
, Cockrill learned that the provincial government has received several reports of government agents entering farms without owners' permission to test soil and water sources.
"When approached by producers, these employees indicated that they were testing water sources for pesticide/nitrate levels," Cockrill said in a letter. "The lands and water body, a producer's dugout, are both privately owned."
He said this amounts to a violation of the province's Trespass Act
. The act includes a maximum penalty of $25,000 for repeat offenders, up to six months imprisonment following a conviction for a first or subsequent trespass offense and a $200,000 maximum penalty for any corporation that counsels and/or aids in the commission of that offense.
Back in July, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pushed to accelerate the fight against climate change
by cutting down nitrogen emissions from fertilizer
by 30 percent at the end of this decade. This is Canada's part in getting to net zero in the next three decades.
Guilbeault's office said they are addressing the matter "internally," and that they will be reviewing sampling protocols before doing any more testing.
Trudeau is enforcing his tyrannical "green agenda"
The trespassing acts of federal employees may be an initial part of Trudeau's mind-conditioning tactics as the ECCC begins to set up facilities to carry on Canada's "green agenda."
The agency is currently planning on building a new building in Winnipeg that will be home to a firearms armory
, interrogation rooms, biological labs, media relations offices, "controlled quiet rooms" and intelligence facilities. (Related: Fascist Trudeau implementing weapons armories and interrogation rooms for Canada’s Ministry of Climate Change
According to a recent Indeed.com job posting, the agency is actively recruiting a battalion of climate "pollution" officers
, a unit within the coldly named "Environmental Enforcement Directorate."
People are worried that if they emit too much carbon or use too much fertilizer, they may just be on the climate communists' hit list and be "checked into" the facility. Leaked architectural plans show that the entire facility is over 50,000 square feet and can house hundreds of ECCC staff.
"Trudeau's climate police may enter any project location that affects the environment to take photographs, access computer systems and communication devices and direct any person to put any machinery, vehicle or equipment in the place into operation or to cease operating it. They may also prohibit access to the location entirely," alternative media journalist Keean Bexte said.
According to some observers, these actions are the first steps in replicating the attacks on farmers that have prompted widespread unrest in the Netherlands and other parts of Europe.
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Watch the below video that talks about the Saskatchewan government's threats to arrest "nitrogen agents" that trespass on private properties
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