Anita Reyes 
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Re: “To Kill the Black Snake

Its about greed and racism. Initially Dakota Access pipelines were to cross municipal water source, but the Army Corps of Engineers and Nouth Dakota Public Service Commission deemed it too dangerous to cross their water source. They then slated it to cross the Standing Rock water supply, which also provides water to millions further downstream. Of course they foolishly believe the Natives will take the blunt of the toxins once a pipeline ruptures and they will be able to save the ones downstream. Oil corporations have proven over and over that they do not have the technology to undo the damage done, they have also proven that the clean up they do is cosmetic only. Realize this...it is not a Native issue, its an "our" issue, all of us. Also let it be known that North Dakota governor Dalrymple is oil invested stockholder, and a huge campaign donor is K. Warren, CEO of Energy Transfer. Governor Dalrymple promoted propaganda, claiming protectors are violent to fraudulently gather federal monies to afford additional force to protect his personal investment and the profits of his campaign donor.

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Posted by Anita Reyes on 09/12/2016 at 10:42 AM

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