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France hires 3,000 police for ‘climate action,’ Canada builds interrogation rooms for climate criminals

A couple of days ago, as a worldwide ‘pioneer’, French Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin announced that the country’s police force would be expanded to include an armed climate protection force.

However, not clouds or invisible gases are to be fought, but people, according to reports from the French media.

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Darmanin continued, saying that the climate police force “will be a revolution.”

The announcement comes after the EU Crisis Management Commissioner Janez Lenarcic called for the rapid creation of a Europe-wide “Civil Protection Force” to enforce climate laws across the EU.

(The globalist war on the elements of life by Mike Adams)

What such a force would mean for the sovereignty of member states hardly needs to be mentioned, and the call for an international police force was heavily criticized.

“Handing these unaccountable bureaucrats even more power would be irresponsible,” said Romanian MEP Cristian Terhes.

The question arises as to why the existing French forces cannot fulfill these core tasks of the regular police units. The latter undoubtedly also have sufficient capabilities to interrogate suspects.

That these are not just ordinary investigators is clear from the words of the Minister of the Interior, who told the weekly Journal du Dimanche that this is “a revolution.”

This article was headlined, “We must be tough on the minority of troublemakers.”

Those who know the fanaticism of green politics can roughly imagine what is meant by a “green revolution” by force of arms.

The new units could initially come under the Central Office for Combating Attacks on the Environment (OCLAESP).

Gérald Darmanin is a member of the “La Marche!” party of WEF-affiliated and Young Global Leaders program-trained President Emmanuel Macron.


Of course, Europe isn’t the only place planning to create a police force that explicitly handles offenses related to climate change. Canada is getting in on the action, too.

The Counter Signal reports that the Ministry of Environment & Climate Change Canada (ECCC) is currently working on a facility in Winnipeg to house such officers, which will include an armory, interrogation rooms, biological laboratories, media relations offices, “controlled restrooms,” and intelligence facilities.

Blueprint of new Winnipeg facility. (Photo internet reproduction)
Blueprint of new Winnipeg facility. (Photo internet reproduction)

And if that wasn’t enough evidence, ECCC has posted an ad on for an “Enforcement Officer – Environmental (pollution) enforcement.”

The plans provide a glimpse of Trudeau’s plans for climate change enforcement.

The Trudeau government recently announced a policy to reduce fertilizer use on Canadian farms by 30%.


What sort of “crimes” will be prosecuted in Canada using these interrogation rooms and weapons armories?

Global governments have recently declared war on Nitrogen, the key element in crop fertilizer, and they appear to be poised to start interrogating farmers who apply nitrogen to their crops.

This policy has been heavily criticized by farmers across the country and by provincial governments in the western provinces, as opponents believe it will cripple the food supply.

Some observers reasonably suspected that these measures are the first steps toward repeating the attacks on farmers that have led to widespread unrest in the Netherlands and elsewhere in Europe.

One EU country is already using intense force against citizens who refuse to play along with the eco-agenda. Farmers in the Netherlands were banned from continuing to practice their professions.

The closure of thousands of farms was ordered. They would be harmful to the environment, they say.

That’s why Dutch farmers have been protesting for weeks – hundreds of them are being arrested repeatedly.

The Netherlands can be seen as an experimental project of the globalists to break up agriculture and leave it only to the big corporations.


Freedom activists claim that the Dutch government is not seeking to eliminate about a third of its farms for environmental reasons and that the climate arguments are just a pretext to push through their goals.

Instead, it is about the construction of Tristate City, a megalopolis with a population of around 45 million extending to areas of Germany and Belgium.

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With information from The Counter Signal, Politico, Breitbart

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