BREAKING! U.S. Government Just Declared WAR On Native Americans, State Gives Cops the Green Light To Shoot DAPL Protesters On Sight

While Trump is busy targeting Mexicans and Muslims, his new adviser and current governor of North Dakota has just given the green light to “shoot on sight” Indigenous tribes that are peacefully protesting against the Dakota Access pipeline, according to Anarchic News.
Latest news that isn’t out there yet is that last night hundreds of cops from various agencies came with lots of flatbed semis and took out all of the construction equipment. The workers left and in doing so disassembled the construction site. Now though homeland security has taken over, LEGALLY, and the situation and the level of threat has been bumped up. This means they consider this a terrorist action and have the authority to shoot on sight.
The article goes on to give background to the current events:
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Federal Judge: No Decision Until at Least Sept 9 on Dakota Access Case
WASHINGTON – Federal District Judge James E. Boarsberge said he will not render a decision on the lawsuit brought by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Dakota Access, LLC.

 

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Historic Resistance to Dakota Pipeline: Biggest Gathering of Tribes in Years

A water protectors in North Dakota has been growing by the busload and organizers now call it the largest gathering of Native Americans in modern times.
It’s estimated that members of 60 tribes have gathered at an encampment overlooking the Cannonball and Missouri Rivers, the Bismarck Tribune reports.
More than 150 tribes so far have sent resolutions and letters of support to show solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux and the Seven Council Fires of the Lakota’s efforts to stop the pipeline.
The Yakama Nation, Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, Lummi Nation, Puyallup Tribe, Nisqually Indian Tribe, Suquamish Tribe, Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe and Hoh Tribe traveled with a large delegation from the Pacific Northwest with a sacred totem pole to demonstrate spiritual support. After a blessing at the Standing Rock camp near the river, the totem pole will be permanently raised at the Turtle Lodge on the Sagkeeng First Nation in Manitoba next week.
“Yakama is humbled and honored to stand beside our brothers and sisters of the Standing Rock Sioux. We’re observing a peaceful and prayerful gathering to move an entire country. We stand united in solidarity with the natural laws of this land, advocating for responsible decision making and honorable communications,” said Yakama Chairman JoDe Goudy.

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The peaceful camp near the river is the first time since 1875 that all the Lakota tribes have gathered at the Cannonball River. Their efforts to save their water have inspired hundreds of tribes, celebrities and activists from across the country to show their support. Numerous tribes have written letters to President Obama and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers asking them to fulfill their trust obligation to tribes and reconsider the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
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BREAKING:Brutal Military-Style Police Raid Ends Native American Prayer Against Dakota Pipeline With Pepper-Spray and Machine Guns

Twenty-one water protectors were arrested in North Dakota on Wednesday after a military-style raid interrupted a peaceful prayer ceremony at a Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) construction site.
Hundreds of demonstrators have been taking part in the prayer ceremony in recent days,according to the Red Warrior Camp, traveling to sacred sites that are being threatened by the pipeline construction, beginning Tuesday with the ancestral site where private security guards unleashed attack dogs on unarmed protesters earlier this month.
Construction was halted Tuesday as a result of the peaceful demonstration. On Wednesday, police helicopters and a circling crop-duster followed the caravan of cars south of Mandan, North Dakota.

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According to the independent journalism outfit Unicorn Riot, which has been reporting live on the Dakota Access protest from the camps, after praying at the second site, “a large amount of police vehicles arrived and blockaded the only exit on the public road leading to the DAPL work site.”
Unicorn Riot continued:
Dozens of militarized police with shotguns appeared with a Bearcat armored vehicle as well as a [Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle, also known as an MRAP]. The Bearcat was also brought out by police at yesterday’s action, but the MRAP, a larger tan colored armored vehicle, had not been seen at any DAPL sites until today. After blockading the exit points, police vehicles sped across open fields towards the crowd of protectors as they left the site. Several arrests were made, as police brandished loaded shotguns, and assault rifles. The latest information we gathered is that there were up to 21 arrests.
The Sacred Stone Camp has started a legal defense fund to support those arrested and others involved in the direct action campaign.

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hough images and videos of the raid were shared widely on social media, as others noted, there was no corporate media coverage of the arrests.Water Protectors Pray at Construction Site, Met With Police Armor and Automatic Weaponsfrom Unicorn Riot on Vimeo.
In the following video, posted on by the Red Warrior Camp, a Sacangua Lakota grandmother recalls the raid. “The next thing i knew there were like 40 police and they were all dressed in riot gear,” she said. “I’ve never in my life seen a gun in real life and I’ve never had a gun pointed at me and I went into shock. I think everybody went into shock.”

In another video posted by Thomas H. Joseph II, he describes how the prayer caravan was “surrounded by cops” with “their weapons out.” The protectors are seen chanting, “We have no weapons! We are unarmed.”
“Today’s action where uncalled for, the police was a direct threat to woman and children,” Joseph wrote online.”We gathered in prayer un-armed, prayed, sang songs, and attempted to leave. No threats, No vandalism, No violence was taken on our part.”
On Facebook, Thomas encouraged viewers to “share this,” and “flood the White House with phone calls and demand Obama to act and enforce his previous declaration of no construction. With state police protecting Dakota Access Pipeline his words are meaningless.”
This is not the first time that North Dakota law enforcement have acted on behalf of the oil pipeline company. But, as many pointed out, this latest show of force appeared particularly egregious. Further, as Native in D.C. blogger Marie Jordan noted, Wednesday’s raid was eerily reminiscent of other historic government assaults on tribal land.

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The U.S. May Finally Get a TV Network for Native Americans

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Among the programs APTN has shown in Canada are “Mohawk Girls,” a scripted comedy-drama that has been likened to a “Sex and the City” for Native peoples; “Rabbit Fall,” a supernatural series; and “Anash and the Legacy of the Sun-Rock,” a kids’ series based on Tinglit stories about maintaining principles.

Now they’d like to bring that idea to the U.S. “We think the time is right for Native Americans to have their own channel,” CEO Jean La Rose told Variety, adding that:

Native American producers are poised and eager to have the same opportunities, and we believe that we can work together to provide a unique window into the lives — past, present and future — of this community.

Are You Native American? Do You HAVE letter “M “On The Palm?

Palmistry is an ancient method of interpreting the fate and character of a given person based on the lines of their hand. Sometimes these lines even form figures and letters.

One of the letters, who’s meaning so many people have wondered about all over the world, is the letter M. According to many, the lines on the palms talk about our character and destiny, but those who have the letter M on the palm, is said to be special. Palm 2 It is said that these people are especially gifted possess great intuition and are excellent partners for any business.
If your loved one has the letter M on the palm, you must know one thing – no joke, no lies and no fraud with them.

They will always find that you lie or cheat.

Women who has letter M on the palm, have stronger intuition than men, and if both spouses have still prevails woman.

These people have the power to make the changes they need in life and therefore need to seize the opportunities in life.

The letter “M” within the subject’s palm is also an omen of:

Leadership.

Riches.

Fortune in life.

Great prospect’s.

According to folk tradition all the prophets ever had this sign on their palm, and if you are part of the people, who have the palm point M, know that you are really a special person.10b2c5ca903fae0f2eb645c3418c7d70-600x

NATIVE AMERICAN MEMORIAL PLACED IN WEST VIRGINIA NATIONAL CEMETERY

Barbara Crandell is paying tribute to her fellow Native Americans who served inthe United States Armed Forces.

“I just wanted to honor my brothers and sisters. I wanted to honor all the people in West Virginia,” Crandell said.

At 87-years-old, she is still sharp as a tack. Over the past ten months, she made it her mission to put a memorial at the West Virginia National Cemetery in Grafton.

At Saturday’s unveiling, she placed the flags for her family members, including her husband, who served in the military.

“Our family fought under the flag of the people who took our land but we still live here and we had a certain amount of freedom. not as much as we would have liked to have,” Crandell said.

Mark Routier calls Crandell ‘grandmother’. He helped her in her efforts with the memorial and said it is important to keep the history of Native Americans alive.

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“It’s all about recognition and the heritage that I and so many people are very proud of,” Routier said.

The memorial now stands near the Blue Star Memorial in the cemetery.

He says he hopes it is a reminder of what Native Americans gave to their country.

“It’s just a very rewarding experience to be part of this placement honoring of the stone honoring our Native Americans who served in the United States Armed Forces. It’s very, very important,” Routier said.

Crandell lives in Ohio now and also had a memorial placed in theDayton National Cemetery.

But she says this memorial means so much, honoring her home state of West Virginia.

“When someone says ‘home’, I immediately feel the mountains around me. It’s home to me and it always will be,” Crandell said.

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