Yes the easement is on hold and environmental impact study is ON BUT the Struggle Continues NoDAPL

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meme1notanswerSo Stay Alert KEEP AWAKE do not be deceived into believing Victory is at hand. The Black Snake WILL Strike back. Maybe in Utah?

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DAPL is Just the Beginning — Federal Bill Seeks Largest Native American Land Grab in 100 Years


meme3donotleave1Even as the Dakota Access Pipeline protest in Standing Rock has galvanized Native Americans across the U.S., a bill introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives by Utah Republican Congressmen Rob Bishop and Jason Chaffetz seeks to take 100,000 acres of Ute tribal lands and hand them over to oil and mining companies. Will Bears Ears be the site of the next standoff?meme2justbegininga


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Water protectors – do not leave camp! DAPL is going to drill no matter what. This isn’t over. I believe this is a ploy by the Army Corp of Engineers, who want us out tomorrow, to get people to leave and to keep the camp docile while the vets are here. That’s why this is all over MSM as a victory, the corporations own the media.
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Today, the Army Corps of Engineers denied the Dakota Access Permit, according to Standing Rock Sioux Chairman Dave Archambault. The announcement was made live at Oceti Sakowin Camp on Standing Rock Spirit Resistance Radio.
However, Dakota Access Pipeline is now expected to drill without a permit, and pay the fines. Water protectors are urged not to leave camp.
The question now is whether President Obama will send in law enforcement or the military to halt DAPL from drilling without a permit. Otherwise, today’s announcement will have no enforcement. It will be seen as another US and corporate ploy to send home water protectors, and thousands of veterans, now at Standing Rock Camp, where more than 10,000 are camped.
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After Tricking Public Into Thinking He Stopped DAPL Obama Just Gave The Green Light To Dakota Access Pipeline Company To Build Two More Pipelines On Native Land


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The victory at Standing Rock could mark a turning point

Bill McKibben

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