Dutch mass demonstration against Shell, Exxon


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.

Dutch farm damaged by earthquakes as a consequence of gas extraction, ANP photo

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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