“Standing Rock: Profusion, Collusion & Big Money Profits (Part One of Six) — Cory Morningstar with Forrest Palmer | Wrong Kind of Green”

If you want permanent, positive change, then “peace and love” ain’t going to get it done! If he were alive today, Gandhi would offer up the same advice, since his passivity accomplished little to nothing for his people:

“By using the same isolation tactics, reward system, and revisionist history/story-telling carried out again and again over the past few decades via the NGOs and media that comprise the NPIC (intensifying after 1999 WTO Seattle protests), has the hegemonic system reached its maximum potential in the pacification and obedience of the liberal masses in the face of chaos as we head into a far more chaotic, increasingly fascist and uncertain planet in great peril?

Can the same behavior modification, social engineering, societal conditioning and religious indoctrination of whole societies be applied to control and tame Indigenous peoples who embody a deep-rooted (and enviable) warrior ideology? Can the first group influence the latter? Perhaps the best answer is that Standing Rock is the killing of three birds with one stone. [1) Protection of BNSF profits, 2) Continued colonization of Indigenous Peoples, 3) An integral observation lab to study NVDA training impacts/results on non-Anglo cultures in recognition that NGOs are now rolling out NVDA training “programs” across the globe.

One thing is certain. The 2011 observation of a collective “pacifism as pathology” syndrome-like conformity continues to surpass all expectations:””

Taking Sides

STANDING ROCK: PROFUSION, COLLUSION & BIG MONEY PROFITS [PART 1]

Wrong Kind of Green

December 5, 2016

by Cory Morningstar with Forrest Palmer

Part one.

While the world celebrates from the pause the Army Corps Of Engineers has forced in the development of the Dakota Access Pipeline, Cory Morningstar and Forrest Palmer string together an important and critical history of the environmental and climate change movement. The funders of this nonviolent, peaceful, prayerful resistance are the exact individuals who profit from an oil-railroad-transport industry that can only survive when pipeline projects are defeated. Solar power projects and “coal-free” investment portfolios rise in value as indigenous youth are arrested and maced. The recent history is a pattern minimally documented via alternative news and…

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“OBAMA THE CHICKEN SHIT!”

One cannot deal with nor make peace with a ravenous wolf! All one can do is fight off and kill the beast!

Tubularsock

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Obama The Chicken Shit!

Just like Orange People are already embarrassed by being identified with the First Orange President because of his personification of assholedom so must Black People be equally embarrassed by having to be identified with Ol’ Step-en-Fetch-It-Obumass and his blackboy ways, yes ‘em.

The guy is just disgusting or rather FUCKING DISGUSTING!

Now don’t you worry, sure Tubularsock is going to bring in the shit-for-brains WhiteBoy Club into this political tirade. But we have had such a history filled with these motherfuckers that they seem to fall into the ….. that’s the way it is …..syndrome.

Another White in power doesn’t register the same shock as THE FIRST ORANGE or THE FIRST BLACK President. Those phrases have traction and create reaction.

They are all cut from the same sewer-sludge but COLOR MATTERS in our post-color world.

Now you may wonder what has brought all this vitriol blathering…

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“After Dakota Access Pipeline Protests, Army Corps Blocks Final Permit, Will Explore Other Routes : The Two-Way : NPR”

Lara Trace Hentz

The Army Corps of Engineers says it’s denying a permit for building the oil pipeline right above the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. The move comes after months of protests.

Source: After Dakota Access Pipeline Protests, Army Corps Blocks Final Permit, Will Explore Other Routes : The Two-Way : NPR

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“Gov’t To Use No-Fly Zone to Shut Down Journalist Drones at DAPL Protest Because of Videos Like This”

Image: http://www.thedailysheeple.com "Aside from documenting events at the DAPL, the drones offer land protectors and protesters security – Morton County has been caught in numerous lies with the video footage provided from the drones, and as a result, many of those who’ve been arrested have had their charges dropped based on the footage..." Gov't To … Continue reading “Gov’t To Use No-Fly Zone to Shut Down Journalist Drones at DAPL Protest Because of Videos Like This”

“[BREAKING NEWS] The Beginning is Near: The Deep North, Evictions and Pipeline Deadlines”

Lara Trace Hentz

By Winona LaDuke

Special to News From Indian Country and Everybody Else

Standing Rock is an unpredicted history lesson for all of us.  More than any moment I recall since Wounded Knee, the Vietnam War, or the time of Martin Luther King, this moment stands as a crossroads in the battle for social justice.  It is also an economic issue, in a time of economic system transformation, and profoundly a question of the future of this land.  The world is watching.

As the US Army Corps of Engineers issues a December 5 eviction notice for thousands of people gathered on the banks of the Missouri River, we face our truth.  Those people at the Oceti Sakowin and Red Warrior Camps, along with the 550 people who have been arrested so far, are really the only thing standing between a river and a corporation that wants to pollute it.  That we…

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Brief Reflections about Standing Rock – Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Voices from the Margins

Carol A. Hand

Today a young woman is in critical condition due to escalating police violence, all so corporations can pollute and profit: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/standing-rock-arm-amputation_us_5834853ee4b09b6055ff01ec. Her only “crime” was standing in peaceful solidarity with Standing Rock Water Protectors to prevent corporations from creating yet more environmental devastation.

Photo: Huffington Post - Thanksgiving Message to Indigenous People from the Invading Forces Photo: Huffington Post – Thanksgiving Message to Indigenous People from the Invading Forces

(Link to Huffington Post photo and article: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/standing-rock-sioux-tear-gas-thanksgiving_us_583496a3e4b000af95ece35d?wjz1i201zkpf8t1emi)

The list of the militarized police forces arrayed against Standing Rock Water Protectors is daunting: http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2016/11/02/how-contact-people-who-sent-militarized-police-standing-rock-166326.

I’m not entirely sure why, but this situation reminds me of Wounded Knee and the Ghost Dance: http://www.pbs.org/weta/thewest/program/episodes/eight/likegrass.htm.

Wounded Knee Massacre - December 29, 1890 Wounded Knee Massacre – December 29, 1890

(Photo Source: Wikipedia)

The circumstances feel eerily similar. Two vastly different cultures collide, one with fear and lethal weapons, and one with hope, ceremony, and prayers. One to exploit the earth for short-term individual profits, and one…

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A Request for Action to Support Standing Rock Water Protectors

Voices from the Margins

Carol A. Hand

My heart is heavy with the news coming from Standing Rock, ND today. It’s led me to do something I rarely do. I’m posting a request for the help of all of those who follow this blog. For the sake of the health of our earth and future generations, I ask you to consider voicing your concerns about the situation in Standing Rock, ND.

The voice of the Protectors:

Standing Rock Update and Indigenous Call to Action – Bioneers 2016

An example of the mainstream media portrayals:

Dakota Access Pipeline Standoff Lapses Into Violence (Huffington Post)

Consider contacting the White House today at 202-456-1111 or sending a message to whitehouse.gov/contact. Ask President Obama to support the peaceful Water Protectors and act on behalf of the 17 million Americans who depend on the Missouri River for their clean water. Ask him to honor treaties and…

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