DAPL Standoff at Standing Rock | A Closer Look | #NoDAPL

DAPL Standoff at Standing Rock | A Closer Look | #NoDAPL

daplstandoffheaderAmidst all the buzz going around about the whole #PizzaGate scandal I am noticing that people are already starting to forget about the atrocities being committed against the people of the Standing Rock tribe in North Dakota so I wanted to do a quick piece just to bring this back to the fore.
The Pizza Gate citizen sleuth investigation is moving along quite well over at voat.co and at the Corbett Report and the criminals involved have been adequately highlighted and will not be escaping their doom when that whole investigation comes to fruition but we cannot let ourselves get distracted from the current game that is afoot. The oil barons are just LOVING all the cover they are getting from the Pizza Gate scandal because it let’s them continue to step on the little people in the name of corporate profits spurred on by insatiable greed.
So just to make sure we are not distracted, I am calling more attention to the “DAPL Occupation” of the Standing Rock tribe’s treaty lands and water source of Standing Rock, ND. Let us not be easily distracted from the dangers imposed on the little people by our government at the behest of the robber barons…
Twweet by Jordan Chariton of the Young Turks.jpgNorth Dakota, Standing Rock:
The Army Corps of Engineers has vowed to close anti-DAPL protest camp at Standing Rock by force if necessary before Dec. 5
The Army Corps of Engineers said it is

“closing the portion of the Corps-managed federal property north of the Cannonball River to all public use and access effective December 5, 2016,”

according to a statement tweeted by the Young Turks’ Jordan Chariton.
In the notice it says anyone found on the Corps’ land north of the Cannonball River after December 5th

“will be considered trespassing and may be subject to prosecution under federal, state, and local laws.” 

It also said anyone staying on the lands would do so

at their own risk, and assume any and all corresponding liabilities for their unlawful presence and occupations of such lands.”

— Source Counter Current News

There have been more than 560 protesters arrested since August in the area and at the main protest camp about 50 miles south of the city of Bismarck-Mandan. Also it was reported that more than 30 protestors gathered at the Bismarck mall on Friday were arrested as well. The Police stated that protesters were gathered for a prayer at the Kirkwood Mall, saying that some had refused to leave the entrance to a Target store when ordered to vacate.

Strong support has been voiced by union construction workers who would help build the pipeline, and by Iowa business interests who see the project as contributing to the nation’s energy independence and a robust state economy.
Some farmers say transporting oil by pipeline will help ease congestion on railroads, expediting shipments of Midwest grain at harvest.
James Nelson of Sioux City, who lives about a block from a major BNSF Railway line in northwest Iowa, regularly watches railroad tanker cars carrying North Dakota crude oil pass through his neighborhood. He supports the pipeline project as a safer alternative for transporting oil, pointing to catastrophic accidents that have occurred when Bakken oil trains have derailed elsewhere. He also endorses the use of eminent domain to acquire easements for the pipeline.
“The laws for eminent domain were established for the purpose of preventing a small minority from stopping a project that so clearly minimizes the danger to so many people,” Nelson said in a letter to the Iowa Utilities Board. “That appears to be the case with the Dakota Access Pipeline.”
Many farmers along the route say they don’t want the pipeline to pass through their land, fearing damage to agricultural drainage lines and reduced crop yields, and they strongly object to eminent domain being authorized to gain easements for the pipeline route.
Environmentalists have joined the fight, expressing worries about pipeline spills and objecting to developing infrastructure to transport fossil fuels, which they believe contribute to climate change. In addition, the Meskwaki Indian tribe opposes the project, expressing concerns the pipeline would harm Native American graves while crossing through ancestral and ceded treaty lands.
Arthur Moeller of Fort Dodge, heir to a Calhoun County farm that has been in his family for 130 years, filed an objection to the pipeline project with the Iowa Utilities Board in in late October.
“Nowhere can we find that they have the assets and/or insurance coverage to adequately protect us now or in the future,” Moeller said. “The spills across the nation that are listed on the Internet show that it can take millions of dollars to clean them up, and in some cases it isn’t even possible… Eminent domain should not be granted to a private company for the benefit of a few at the expense of many.”
Source: 12 Things to Know About the Proposed Bakken Oil Pipeline

Now if you are not too concerned about what is happening up in Standing Rock, ND, then you might want to take a closer look because what is happening up there affects not just the rights of the people of the Standing Rock tribe but this will affect ALL OUR RIGHTS.
To quote Martin Luther King, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere”. We cannot just stand by and watch the government trample the rights of others just because it does not “seem” to affect us at this current time…

For those of you out there trying to say that this land does not belong to the Sioux Nation Indians, you need to take a look at this article to learn how wrong you are or how badly you were lied to

Thousands of Native Americans and their allies have gathered on unceded Sioux land delimited by the 1851 Treaty of Fort Laramie to try and stand in the way of the “black snake” that could poison the Standing Rock Reservation’s water supply. Many have noted that the pipeline corridor was repositioned from its original route north of Bismarck after white citizens spoke up against the threat a spill would pose to their drinking water–a threat duly recognized by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Yet the Corps failed its federal mandate for meaningful consultation with the Standing Rock Tribe before signing off on a route that moved the pipeline to their doorstep.
— Source: https://northlandia.wordpress.com/2016/11/01/a-nodapl-map/

You need to understand the ramifications of your inaction. What will you do when the government finally comes to your front yard? Who will you call on for help then? Those whose calls for help went unanswered by your inaction and apathy? Let me share a famous and provocative poem with you that was  written by Pastor Martin Niemöller (1892–1984) about the cowardice of German intellectuals following the Nazis’ rise to power and subsequent purging of their chosen targets, group after group…

First they came – Martin Niemöller (1892–1984)
If you think that you can escape the hand of the thugs in government just because the new face of the Mafia Elite group that runs America and the world has been changed, you are wrong. If you do not yet realize that Donald J Trump will not and cannot save America from her fate of destruction, her raping and pillaging, and finally her death, then you are sadly deceived my friend.
The NWO train is still charging down those tracks and now it is not just traveling at a hundred miles an hour  anymore, it has picked up considerable speed and the great deception that is being perpetrated on the human race by the sick and twisted, Satanic Elites in charge is actually moving forward quite well as far as they are concerned and they are not worried one bit about whether you have one gun or many. They are going to trick you into the FEMA camps BECAUSE you are so apathetic and so easily manipulated.
Unless and until people truly wake up to what is happening around them and stop drooling and  staring at their iPhones and Androids, the NWO agenda will continue to proceed and it will grow stronger with every passing apathetic moment we are silent.
So I want to encourage you to do something to take a stand against this injustice that is being perpetrated not just on the Indians at Standing Rock, ND, but against us all. You can do something to stand with the Standing Rock activists without even leaving your own neighborhood if you really want to help but can’t travel long distances. Maybe you and a friend or two could try to organize a rally in your neck of the woods and invite the press MSM and the alternative press. The more attention this atrocious situation is given, the better the chances of shutting down the criminals who are the big money trying to step on the little people.
Remember if they get away with it up there, it is only a matter of time until they will try to “get away with it” down where you are…
The truth is out there just waiting to be found…
RedPillRedPill signing off…

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