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tristan
PostPosted: Tue Oct 29, 2013 9:52 am    Post subject: Mother Earth Plundered Indians Resist To Pipelines in Canada Reply with quote

^.^
I am angry when i read this...!
Standing On the Land to Stand Up Against Pipelines
A report from the Unist'ot'en Camp


http://unistotencamp.com/

http://www.crimethinc.com/texts/recentfeatures/standing.php
(..CWC is CrimethInc.ex-Workers Collective(nothing to do with any crime;-)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turtle_Island_%28North_America%29

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Across Turtle Island, a powerful resistance is rising. As corporations attempt to enter a new era of even dirtier fossil fuel production, indigenous communities are standing up to take direct action to protect Mother Earth. From Fort Chip to Beaver Lake, Red Lake to Lakota, communities are organizing. Some are pursuing legal challenges against violated treaties. Others are creating internet-driven mass movements such as Idle No More. Others still are reclaiming their roots by going back to the land to assert traditional law. Among the latter are the Unist’ot’en, the People of the Headwater, whose lands encompass a wide swath of Northern British Columbia.

When companies like Enbridge and Apache announced plans to build a massive pipeline corridor through these lands, it provoked outrage from the Wet’suwet’en people whose traditional territory lies directly in its proposed path. Of the five Wet’suwet’en clans, the Unist’ot’en were the first to officially declare themselves opposed to ALL pipelines being proposed to cross their traditional territories. Now the Likhts’amisyu, Tsayu, and Git’dum’den clans have followed suit and momentum is growing.

This article tells the story from the perspective of the Unist’ot’en and their allies at the Unist’ot’en Camp through the winter of 2012–3. It has been collectively produced by both indigenous and settler voices.......

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he Unist’ot’en Camp is a resistance community whose purpose is to protect sovereign Wet’suwet’en territory from several proposed pipelines from the Tar Sands Gigaproject and shale gas from Hydraulic Fracturing Projects in the Peace River Region.

vladomiro
PostPosted: Wed Jan 15, 2014 8:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

All these struggles show that we have to create a new idea about ecological preservation, is not the ecological state, with specialist trained in the area, nor the good, clean and compromised enterprise (under capitalist system, there are not these imaginary kind of enterprises); any decision should pass primarly through the people that keep a strong relation with natural resources, farmers, indigenous population, all the people that directly obtain benefits from Earth and knows how to preserve it.

Even Greenpeace should discuss their actions, without the people involved and living in and from natural resources any action could become an attack to their liberties and ways of living.

tristan
PostPosted: Wed Jan 29, 2014 10:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yes!
it's i global war on people who respect nature!
http://www.multinationales.org/Shale-Gas-The-Mapuche-protest
Indigenous people have the knowledge...once gone we are lost.

Dominique
PostPosted: Wed Mar 12, 2014 2:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Communist Manifest imply the economy must be suborned to the satisfaction of all human needs. But that not enough, our relation with Nature is the mother of all human relationship, and of our historical evolution.

In fact, the economy must be suborned first to the satisfaction of the needs of Nature and to the satisfaction of the human needs. And the satisfaction of the human needs must be suborned on the satisfaction of the needs of Nature.

In Cuba, they was forced with the economical crisis they faced after the collapse of the USSR, to shift from an industrial agriculture to a biodynamical agriculture of proximity. Now, they said it is a lot of work to start such an agriculture, but as soon you succeeded to restore the natural cycles, this is the agriculture of the lazy.

http://www.powerofcommunity.org/cm/index.php
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUWces5TkCA

tristan
PostPosted: Tue Mar 18, 2014 6:00 pm    Post subject: Aboriginal rights a threat to Canada's resource agenda, doc Reply with quote

Aboriginal rights a threat to Canada's resource agenda, documents reveal

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Canadian government closely monitoring how legal rulings and aboriginal protest pose an increasing ‘risk’ for multi-billion dollar oil and mining plans


http://www.theguardian.com/environment/true-north/2014/mar/04/aboriginal-rights-canada-resource-agenda

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