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It’s Time For The Lakota To Rise

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In defense of their homeland, it is time for the Lakota to rise and take control of what is rightfully theirs.  Company and state regulators closed TransCanada Corporation’s Keystone Pipeline after it hemorrhaged approximately 210,000 gallons of oil in northeastern South Dakota Thursday.

Not only is TransCanada Corporation responsible for this crime against humanity, but the Republican Party shares equally in the guilt, as they supported this slaughter from the outset.

This is what the Lakota knew was going to happen as they protested the company’s construction project from its genesis, but does the white man ever consider the consequences or the condition of the land in which they work?

History will give you the same answer every time-no.

In fact, there should be no pipeline there to begin with, as this is sacred land.

I am usually an advocate for the United States government.  However, not in this case.  The Lakota must rise and take back what is rightfully theirs; the land which we stole from their ancestors and destroy before their children can mature into adulthood.  This is a crime against humanity, and both TransCanada Corporation and American government officials should stand trial at The Hague for this atrocity, although I doubt it will ever happen.

Yes, I call for the Lakota to go to war against the United States government in defense of their homeland.

President Barack Obama rejected the construction of the Keystone Pipeline, prompting House Speaker, Paul Ryan to object.  He further accused President Obama of going against the will of the American people.

The publication’s article from November 6, 2015 quotes Ryan as publicly declaring, “”This decision isn’t surprising, but it is sickening,” said House Speaker Paul Ryan.
(https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2015/11/06/republicans-blast-obama-rejection-keystone-pipeline/75295838/).

No, it is the children of the Lakota who will be sickened, not Speaker Ryan.  Speaker Ryan should be placed under arrest by the United Nations for supporting this operation, as should every Republican who voted in favor of it-including Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, who said that it was only a matter of when it would be constructed, rather than if.

What is it that conservatives tell us every day; that all lives matter?

Here is the proof that said statement is a lie.  This is a crime against humanity, and the United Nations should intervene to solve this problem; not just because a private company destroyed the lives of the Lakota, but because the United States government voted to destroy those lives.   It is almost as if Adolf Hitler moved from Germany to the United States.

Wait a minute….I think he did.

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