Monday, February 13, 2017

USA: The Camp is Still Alive : Massive Support for Standing Rock - Federal Judge Dismiss's latest Appeal to halt pipeline

Democracy and Class Struggle says the See Nothing - Hear Nothing - No Nothing Trump has not seen the around 50 protests across the U.S., including outside the White House and the Army Corps offices' in L.A. 

Resistance to the pipeline grows stronger just 2 weeks after president Trump signed an executive order to accelerate the project


A federal judge in Washington, DC has dismissed a request by a group of Native American tribes seeking to stop construction of the final link of the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline.

Standing Rock Sioux and Cheyenne River Sioux tribes claimed the project will prevent them from practicing religious ceremonies at Oahe Lake which they say is surrounded by sacred ground. 

District Court Judge James Boasberg stated there was no imminent harm to the tribes’ religious practices as oil is not flowing through the pipeline yet.