WATCH: Huge convoy of Spanish farmers protest in Andalucia’s Jaén

WATCH: Huge convoy of Spanish farmers protest in Andalucia's Jaén. Image: @RadioGenova/Twitter

A VIDEO circulating online showing a huge convoy of tractors in Jaén, Andalucia – apparently the result of further protests from Spanish farmers against rising production costs – has led to comments of support online.

“Spanish farmers also rise up – Great protest in Jaén, Andalucia, due to the production costs which have become unsustainable,” the video caption read.

It added: “We don’t like to leave the fields to come and protest, but the situation is dramatic! It will be a very hot autumn in Europe and beyond.”

People have continued to share and comment on the video.

Podcaster James Melville, who recently called the Great Reset “an agenda”, said: “The Spanish farmers are now protesting against the threat to their livelihoods. Farmers protests are happening all over the world and still the corporate and state-funded media continues to ignore this.”

“They will not see it on public or private TV, nor in the media that live thanks to public aid from one party or another,” one Twitter user wrote.

“It is Jaén, the province par excellence of olive oil, the province forgotten by our politicians. THEY ARE OUR FARMERS.”

Another wrote: “The protesting is playing right into the WEF playbook. They’re going to make it look like the farmers fault. As they did with Covid blaming the non vaxxed. It’s a powerful trick.”

Another said about the farmer protests: “Everywhere except the UK. pathetic.”

The protests in Jaén come after Spanish farmers joined farmers in Italy, Poland, and the Netherlands back in July.

The farmer’s protests seen in Spain, Poland and Italy in July were a result of strikes in the Netherlands that led to many supermarkets running out of food at the time.


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Matthew Roscoe

Originally from the UK, Matthew is based on the Costa Blanca and is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news. Got a news story you want to share? Then get in touch at [email protected]

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    • CCW60

      13 August 2022 • 21:38

      Good for these hard working farmers. It appears the globalist’s want all the farmers to be run off their lands or go belly up so they can force us into government owned and operated farms or where there aren’t enough farmers to feed the population, leading to starvation. Either scenario isn’t going to be to our benefit. Leave our farmers alone and let them do the wonderful job they have been doing for generations!

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