Big rigs, tractors, and trucks will hit the roads in Alberta this Saturday as a Freedom Convoy will be held to support Dutch farmers' protests..The Freedom Fighters Facebook group has planned rallies across Alberta to show their support for farmers and the worsening situation in the Netherlands..Farmers in the Netherlands continue to protest government proposals to reduce CO2, nitrogen oxide, and ammonia by 50% by 2030..Convoys using the hashtag 'WeMoveAsOne' will start from Calgary, Crossfieid, Olds, Red Deer, Ponoka, Westaskiwin, Nisku, Edmonton, Grande Prairie, and Acheson. More towns are being added in Alberta as the protest gains momentum from supporters online..Jerome O'Sullivan, the founder of Freedom Fighters Canada, said online, "More major cities to come. Get out and support the Dutch.".A slow-roll with tractors, farm equipment and other vehicles is being encouraged by event flyers circulating online.."Bring a flag from the Netherlands, upside down as per request from the Dutch," the poster stated..Demonstrations began on June 22 in the Netherlands when farmers began "political action" on the streets to fight against the government's mandatory climate rulings..According to reports, schools have been closed and major roadway traffic has been rerouted due to the farmers' actions..Reports surfaced Tuesday night on social media that the situation on the ground had escalated. ."This protest is in support of the Dutch farmers who are protesting nitrogen restrictions set in place by their government that are crippling the agricultural sector in their respective countries," O'Sullivan told the Western Standard in an exclusive interview. ."Between the nitrogen restrictions, increased fertilizer and fuel prices, the current cost of living and inflation, it is becoming increasingly difficult for people to survive.".O'Sullivan said these policies are being brought in by the World Economic Forum, led by Klaus Schwab, and are being implemented in all G7 countries.."The Dutch are essentially fighting the same fight that Canada is, and have been since January's trucker convoy, fighting in our own country. This showing of support will likely be seen in every major city in Canada," he said.."Not only is this a showing of support for the Dutch farmers, but also a warning to [Prime Minister] Justin Trudeau that if he tries to bring these policies to Canada, there will be an equivalent uprising to the one seen in the Netherlands.".O'Sullivan claimed the federal government's preferred alternative to livestock is crickets, as evidenced by the largest cricket factory in the world recently being built in London, Ontario.."This, along with manufactured food shortages (hundreds of the worlds food processing facilities miraculously burning down, thousands of cattle and livestock dying of 'heat stroke' and farmers being paid to destroy crops) will send our country into a situation where some people are forced to eat things like cricket protein due to insanely high costs of poultry, beef and pork," he said..O'Sullivan said these are only a "mere fraction" of the issues associated with the WEF and their "globalist" policies. He predicted that as time goes on, there will be more protests and rallies against their agenda.."We have protests planned in Edmonton, Grande Prairie, Calgary, North Battleford, Winnipeg, Regina, Ottawa, Toronto and Montreal," O'Sullivan said. "I'm confident there will be many more as well."