In his post, Adam correctly surmises that the motivations and strategies fueling the Dutch farmers are of a different quality. Simply put, the farmers are genuinely defending their interests rather than merely protesting against having their interests infringed upon.
Consequently, the Dutch farmers have clear strategic aims, care very little about things like "bad optics" or negative press coverage, and are willing to use force if necessary. It's a very insightful post, and I encourage everyone to give it a read.
Adam's post on the Dutch farmers is pertinent because it cuts through the garble surrounding events such as these protest movements and focuses on motivation. As Dr. Charlton routinely reminds everyone on his Notions blog, motivation is key.
Motivation is the "why" underpinning all action and thinking, and it strikes down to the very core of metaphysical assumptions, which is what makes discerning motivation so crucial in this time and place.
A seemingly "good" movement might actually be severely compromised or rotten to the core if the motivation driving the movement is not rooted in the Divine and in Creation. Conversely, an event or movement that appears optically bad in the media might actually be genuinely good if the motivations behind the event or movement align with God and Creation.
Either way, the only protests or movements that stand any chance against Team Satan are those that are firmly based in and draw their motivation from the reality of God and Creation.
Adam provides a pertinent reminder of this fact in the final paragraph of his post:
. . . for a secular nation to resist Globalism, it will need more than just the courage of those who farm the land. It will need to rediscover its sense of the Holy. Otherwise, in a secular world, the crushing weight of Globalism is inevitable.
And what applies to nations applies even more to individuals.