Bill Gates-Funded Picnic Grocery Store Burned to Ground in Netherlands Amid Dutch Protests

Online delivery-only supermarket funded by Gates to the tune of $600 million goes up in flames.

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A grocery facility funded by globalist Bill Gates caught fire in the Netherlands, as Dutch farmers protest against the government’s mandatory carbon-cutting scheme.

Video from Monday night shows the online-only supermarket Picnic facility in Almelo going up in flames.

Picnic, which specializes in delivery services via electric vehicles and reportedly promotes sustainability practices, received €600 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Trust last year to expand across Europe.

The fire comes as farmers in the Netherlands have been staging demonstrations protesting the government’s new climate rules that force them to reduce fertilizer use and livestock numbers in purported efforts to cut nitrogen and ammonia emissions.

Political commentator Eva Vlaardingerbroek pointed out the brother of the Dutch Minister who pushed for nitrogen control laws actually owns Picnic, adding the company also markets plant-based meats.

While the official cause of the blaze is as yet unknown, it’s widely speculated the fire may have been caused by arson, with Newsweek claiming farmers suspect Gates may have had a hand in the radical new climate policies.

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