This Dutch video says about itself (translated):
On January 19, 2018, more than 10,000 people [12,000 according to the organisers] went to the Vismarkt in Groningen to demonstrate against the criminal practices of the Dutch government and of the meanwhile terrorist gas drilling organization NAM.
This photo shows a Dutch farm in Groningen province, one of many buildings damaged by earthquakes as a consequence of natural gas extraction.
Shell and Exxon each own 50% of the shares in the NAM corporation which extracts gas in Groningen. These two big corporations sabotage paying compensation to the victims of the earthquakes.
On 8 January 2018, RTV Noord in Groningen province in the Netherlands reported about a big earthquake.
3,4 on the Richter scale. Zeerijp village in the north of the province was the epicenter; but it could also clearly be felt much further south, like in a hospital in Groningen city.
Many people want to protest against Shell, Exxon, and their accomplices in the Dutch government.
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