Sunday, December 4, 2016

BREAKING NEWS: Victory for North American Indigenous Peoples as Dakota Pipeline Halted

North Dakota Pipeline Expansion Project
Halted After Indigeneous Peoples Demonstrations


It just shows to go ya...If enough people stand up for their rights...the perps will back down...if only to regroup and reconnoiter.  In this case Environmental Activists joined with First Nations, from all over "Turtle Island" (as First Nations/Indigenous Peoples call North America) and the truth blogosphere...including this recent post linked HERE.

Here is a quote from the CBC:

Standing Rock protesters celebrated Sunday as news broke that construction of the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline near their territory has been halted. Moria Kelley, a spokeswoman for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, a federal agency, said in a news release Sunday that the administration will not allow the four-state, $3.8-billion pipeline to be built under Lake Oahe, a Missouri River reservoir near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. Assistant Secretary for Civil Works Jo-Ellen Darcy said her decision was based on the need to "explore alternate routes" for the pipeline's crossing. The 1,885-kilometre pipeline — owned by Texas-based Energy Transfer Partners LP — is mostly complete, except for a segment planned to run under Lake Oahe just outside the reservation near Cannon Ball, N.D.

Here is how the news was  spinned by the BBC:

Standing Rock: Army refuses N Dakota pipeline access, say activists

The US Army has decided not to allow a proposed oil pipeline to cross under a reservoir on land it controls in North Dakota, activists say. The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe hailed an "historic decision" and said it was "forever grateful" to President Obama. Instead, the US Army Corps of Engineers will look at alternative routes, the campaigners' statement said. The US Army has yet to comment. The Sioux have been protesting against the pipeline since April. "Today, the US Army Corps of Engineers announced that it will not be granting the easement to cross Lake Oahe for the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline," the tribe's statement read. "Instead, the Corps will be undertaking an environmental impact statement to look at possible alternative routes."

One of the principle rules of the Luciferian elite is "Never let the plebs think they've won."  In other words if the Satanists have to, for whatever reason, make a strategic retreat (they never give up) then make out that it was a decision they made on their own...i.e., the "Army Corps of Engineers" made the decision to look for alternative routes...they were NOT pressured or coerced to make it.  That's why I like to go to the BBC whenever a story breaks...because I like to hear Satan's POV from his own forked tongued mouth.  And that's what you absolutely get from the BBC.

But, regardless of how long the strategic retreat lasts (probably until we have our backs turned or are distracted by another "crisis") it is a victory for humanity and I am proud to have, again, put my little crow's claw into the effort.


NOTESome British Columbians are thinking that this bodes well for the upcoming fight to overturn Justin Trudeau's decision to triple the oil pipeline going through heavily populated (and earthquake prone) lower mainland....with a commensurate increase in oil tanker traffic in along the environmentally vulnerable West Coast.


wallflower said...

Wow GC...I'm just now getting the (uh-hem) good news!

Funny just when the Veterans and Hawaii Congresswoman showed up! The best quote made by one of the Vets was...

["If you're going to shoot rubber bullets, shoot them at me, at this uniform."]

My reservations are simply this...there is NO PLACE the pipeline can go without causing destruction. (Possible conflict of interest: Trump owns shares in Dakota Access pipeline parent company)

Like you mentioned...the alternative sustainable non fossil fuels are already available. It's going to take us all to unite and stand for what is right...not might.

Thank you for the news GC!

wallflower said...

Hey GC...

I thought you might appreciate this as much as I did...

Also this...