Sunday, December 4, 2016

DAPL PERMIT DENIED! Live Standing Rock Spirit Resistance Radio Sunday afternoon

Army Corps of Engineers denied permit today, but DAPL says it will drill without a permit and pay the fines. Water protectors urged now not to leave camp.

Today, the Army Corps of Engineers has denied DAPL Permit! The announcement was made live in the Big Circle at Oceti Sakowin Camp, live on Standing Rock Spirit Resistance Radio. Dakota Access Pipeline now says it will drill without a permit, and pay the fines. Water protectors are urged not to leave camp. Listen now live Sunday afternoon, Dec. 4, 2016.
Govinda is streaming from the Oceti Sakowin Camp now, Sunday afternoon. Listen

Paris Auction House Selling Sacred Hopi Items Dec. 2016

Protesting the sale of sacred Hopi items on Dec. 2, 2016. Photos by Roger Nymo.
Tell Drouot auction house to stop selling the sacred.

By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

PARIS -- Drouot sales of Hopi sacred items was protested in Paris on Dec. 2, 2016. Christine Prat told Censored News, "Yesterday, December 2nd, another sale of Hopi items took place in the auction house, Salle Drouot. Another sale will happen on December 12, 2016
There will be another protest on Dec. 12, 2016.
Des objets sacrés hopis seront mis en ventes sacrilèges, le lundi 12 décembre 2016, à 14h00, à l'hôtel des ventes de Drouot. Le mouvement IDLE NO MORE ne restera pas inactif, il assurera une présence non violente d'interpellation devant l'hôtel des ventes de Drout, de 13h00 à 15h00, pour exiger la restitution immédiate des objets sacrés qui n'auuraient jamais du quitter les kivas.

Friday, December 2, 2016

Navajo Veterans Prevented from Chartering Plane, Will Travel by Bus to Standing Rock

Photo by Beeta Goodluck
Photo by Beeta Goodluck

Photo Angela Barney Nez Vets for Standing Rock departed this morning.

Dine' Warriors Enroute to Standing Rock, National Nurses United Donation Makes it Possible

By Chili Yazzie
Censored News

(Sat. Dec. 3, 2016) Dine' Warriors for Standing Update: our Warriors are on the way, they left late, one of the drivers got lost on the Rez, ydl. After a ceremony to send them on their way with good blessings by the Rez wide NAC members who just happen to be meeting here, we are all feeling strong and proud. They will not get into Denver until 9-10 pm. They will have late supper and a rest break at Hillcrest Christian Church, 3000 S. Race St., Denver. Area relatives come out and greet them. There is room on the bus. So if you have the time and commitment, pack some warm clothes and join our Warriors. It's been good. I'm feeling tired but happy. And oh yeah, a large bald eagle visited us at Shiprock Chapter to see off the Warriors. WE SHALL PREVAIL!

Dark forces intervened and halted plans for Navajo Veterans to charter a plane to Standing Rock. Navajo Veterans will come by bus, leaving Saturday morning, and invite others to join the caravan for a water protectors caravan.

Update from Chili Yazzie
Saturday morning -- time for departure on two buses arriving from Phoenix

Dine’ Warriors for Standing Rock Update: it was a scramble to get the journey to Standing Rock organized for our Dine’ Warriors and Water Protectors. I want to thank Beverly Maxwell, Angie Barney-Nez, Eunice Begay, Redawn George, Anthony Aspaas, Anderson Tullie, Ray Daw and others for recruiting Vets to go and figuring out the logistics. It was not easy and we put our best effort to it in spite of the missed communication, miscommunication, limited networking and governmental restrictions. But we were able to bring together a strong and proud group that will represent us well at Standing Rock. Lastly and mostly this would not have been possible if not for the tremendous and gracious support of $50,000 from the National Nurses United organization, bless them.
There are two buses; one will be at Window Rock Basha’s at 8:00 this morning, Chinle Basha’s at 9:00 and will go onto Shiprock, the other will be at the Gallup Train Station at 9:00 and then go onto Shiprock. Everyone who is going including the vehicles that will follow the buses will leave Shiprock after briefings and prayers, departure time is 11:00 this morning. The route will be over Wolf Creek Pass and onto Denver where the group will have supper at the Hillcrest Christian Church. The roads all the way should be good and the plan is to get to Cannonball by Sunday afternoon.
Even with our hectic efforts to fill the buses, we still have room and the invitation is open to all who want to go, you can get on the bus and we will work out the details in Shiprock. The lead persons for the buses are Beverly Maxwell and Anthony Aspaas, you can call Anthony at 505.860.0742 for questions.

Standing Rock Camp at night. Photo by John Heminger.

By Chili Yazzie
Censored News

Dine’ Warriors for Standing Rock Update: well, my dear peeps this will be the Chei (grandpa) of all major updates. This report will be a bit long so don’t be in a hurry and don’t make any conclusion until you’ve read this through. I’m gonna’ give you the low-down. As of noon yesterday we were ready to fly first-class, by 3:00 that came crashing down. My contact from the Veterans Stand for Standing Rock group called and said the plane deal fell through. What happened is the plane charter company had initially quoted $50,000 for the plane and apparently after they found out where they were taking our Vets and for what purpose, the price got jacked up to $160,000. 
For some moments my world unraveled then I started giving it some analysis. My thought is that some dark force put the screw to the plane company; perhaps there is a corporate relationship between the plane company and the dark forces pushing the pipeline. That may or may not be case but that is fine, they can have their damn plane. I figure these dark forces don’t want Dine’ Warriors in Standing Rock, well good!, that makes me feel good and even more empowered. They’re dumb if they think that’s gonna’ keep us outta there, we will regroup, we’ve been through much worse, we are resilient. You also have to think, why should we be flying first class when the relatives are living in bitter cold up there. And maybe they don’t want chizzie Rez types on their plane, hey that’s ok, ha ha, Mr. corporate big dog. 
Shortly after the devastating phone call I got another call from Ari with the National Nurses United and after talking with her awhile it became apparent that they were the ones who were paying for the plane. The problem with the Veterans Stand for Standing Rock funds is they are tied up in a GoFundMe account, cash they couldn’t access to pay for the plane upfront (GoFundMe cash can’t be accessed until 5-7 days after the account is set up). That’s the main reason we didn’t set up an account here, our trip would be over before we could get at the cash. Anyways, Ari says they have $50,000 for the Dine’ Warriors for Standing Rock effort, she asked ‘what do we do with it’. We worked it out to have the funds transferred to a local 501c3 who will channel the funds for us to pay for buses and whatever else we need for the trip.
So we are regrouping and we will lease 3 buses instead of 2. Thinking it through, the buses are a better way for us to get there; we travel on our own terms, no unnecessary restrictions and we can pack mutton and blue bird flour. We will take as many Veterans as we can and open up the rest of the seats to non-Vets. It’s a long ride, but we can handle it, after all, some Skin some years ago called the old Greyhound bus lines, the Indian Airlines. This is also a call-out to all Water Protectors to join up with their vehicles and make it a real caravan. I’m sure the funds from the benevolent Nurses can be used to help with petro for vehicles, Ari did say we can use the funds however we need as long as it is to support Standing Rock. I say we are blessed because we are true to our Earth Mother.
We will leave Saturday morning, the beauty of the buses is we can have one run to Window Rock, Chinle and Mexican Water and another can run from Albuquerque to Gallup to Shiprock to pick up people. I will post a new update at noon today with the schedule, pickup stops, travel routes, etc. The caravan will get to Denver by supper time, ideally to be received by family in the area to provide food and a place to rest for a couple hours. Denver area relatives, can you pull that together. We will continue into the night up 85 and then east on 94. Anyone who can help accommodate the caravan along the way and advise on road conditions, please inbox Redawn George. We will roll into Cannonball Sunday afternoon to rest up at the Cannonball Community Center. We will be ready for some strong days of prayer, camaraderie and Solidarity with our Standing Rock family.

Nurses Donate $50,000 to Aid Veterans Stand with Standing Rock

National Nurses United Press Release, 12/2/16
Support action for water protectors last month


National Nurses United today announced that it is donating $50,000 to support U.S. service veterans who are assembling this weekend as peaceful, unarmed defenders for the water protectors at the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota who are enduring military style police assaults for opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) project.
U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii, herself a decorated veteran, will be joining with the Veterans Stand for Standing Rock mobilization to support the protectors and help raise public attention to the growing human rights emergency that has emerged at the protest site in the face of increased attacks.
The NNU donation will assist a delegation of Navajo veterans from Arizona and New Mexico who will join the veterans gathering this weekend. Through NNU’s Registered Nurse Response Network, RN volunteers have worked with Navajo First Nation members before, providing first aid in September at the Navajo Nation Fair in Window Rock, AZ.
Veterans Stand for Standing Rock plan a deployment December 4 to 7 of 2,000 veterans of the U.S. Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard who intend to “defend the water protectors from assault and intimidation of the militarized police force and DAPL security.”
Concurrently, NNU is dispatching its third delegation of RN volunteers Saturday to stand in solidarity with the water protectors and their supporters.
“We salute the brave veterans who are standing up for the rights of the water protectors, and all of us who support this critical defense of the First Amendment right to assemble and protest without facing brutal and unwarranted attacks,” said NNU Co-President Jean Ross, RN.
In a letter last week to Attorney General Loretta Lynch, NNU urged the Department of Justice “to promptly end the militarized response to Standing Rock water protesters and immediately stop the law enforcement use of military grade weapons and equipment that comes from the federal government.”
Nurses also support the call by tribal leaders on President Obama to deny the easement for the pipeline and “to protect the water for Standing Rock citizens and the 17 million people downstream”  as well as the call on North Dakota Governor Jack Dalrymple to “stop the constitutional and human rights violations that are happening at Standing Rock.”
A combination of police agencies in apparent collaboration with DAPL private security contractors have reportedly used rubber/plastic bullets, tear gas grenades, pepper spray, sound cannons, and water cannons in sub-freezing temperature against those who oppose construction of a pipeline that the Standing Rock Sioux and allies say threatens water resources and ancestral sacred sites.
One protester, 21-year-old Sophia Wilansky, has faced the loss of an arm after being hit with a police concussion grenade, according to the Standing Rock Medic and Healer Council.
NNU volunteers will also be on hand this coming weekend. One RN headed to the site this weekend, Amy Bowen, said she is “committed to exhausting every effort to help save our environment and take a stand for our most basic human necessity: clean, oil-free water.
“I, along with other nurse volunteers with RNRN, will stand in solidarity to support the water protectors,” Bowen said.

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MNN. Dec. 2, 2016. raniakwes, deep throat, has wise words. “We live in a police state. The corporation creates enslavement, indoctrination and genocide of the people. When we don’t submit, we are seen as “off-reserve” INDIANS. Geronimo, Crazy Horse, Gall and many others today that don’t comply are demonized, banished or put in a prison or murdered. We refuse to let the invaders enforce their illegal self-serving rules on us.
The charge!
Other onkwe’hon:weh, natural people, as well as Americans and Canadians and the world refuse to be controlled by this world order of domination by the Vatican, City of London, Washington DC and Goldman Sachs.
"Hey, soldier boys shot down our supplies!"
“Oh Oh, soldier boys shot down Lakota supplies!”
They use our sons, daughters, nephews, nieces and grandchildren to imposed their annihilation program here and abroad. They make them do their dirty work and prostitute themselves to enslave their own people, so that 1% can become wealthier, more powerful and brutal.
This apocalypse agenda is based on exploitation of humans, resources, nature, minerals or anything that empowers them. Nothing legally belongs to them.
We refuse to be intimidated. We will leave a legacy to our children that they will respect and be proud of, so they will carry out the original instructions.
General Custer's birthday is December 5.
General Custer’s birthday                       is December 5.
Corporate exploitation of anyone will not be tolerated. Creations’ will is that the power is the people and all living species. The kaia’nere:kowa, great peace, helps us look into our own minds for the answers.
The first group of veterans arrived today at Standing Rock to create a human shield around the onkwe’hon:weh water protectors. This moment in history reminds us of 1917 in Russia at the beginning of the revolution. The police refused to fight the people any longer and joined them. Tsar Nicholas sent in the army to put down the people and the police. The army joined the people. The Tsar’s life ended shortly thereafter.
Recruiting poster!
DAPL War Room.
Unification of purpose will cut off the head of the black serpent. We know that to survive we have to save the earth, water, air and all life.
The Beatles sing about revolution: “You say you want a revolution. Well, you know we all want to change the world. You tell me that it’s evolution. Well, you know we all want to change the world… When you talk about destruction, don’t you know you can count me out.” [Revolution] Navajo vets denied air transportation to Standing Rock.
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LET’S TELL THEM WHERE WE STAND: Politicians, Corporatists, Band & Tribal Councils and sell-outs that are cooperating with pipeline companies;
ENERGY TRANSFER STRATEGIST: Michael (Cliff) Waters, Lead Analyst 77002 (713), 989-2404
NORTH DAKOTA: Office of the Governor Jack Darymple: 701-328-2200; Morton County Sheriff’s Department: 701-328-8118 & 701-667-3330; Allen Koppy Morton County Attorney 701.667.3350; N.D. National Guard: 701-333-2000; Army Corps of Engineers (202) 761-5903
U.S. Embassy Worldwide & Ottawa, 490 Sussex Drive, Ottawa, Ontario K1N 1G8: (General): 613-688-5335, (Emergency): 613-238-5335, (Media): 613-688-5315 Fax: 613-688-3082, US Embassy of the United States, London UK, Switchboard: [44] (0)20 7499-9000, White House Washington 202-456-1111 or (202) 456-1414
ENERGY TRANSFER, 214.981.0700: Lee Hanse, Executive Vice President, 800 E Sonterra Blvd #400, San Antonio, Texas 78258 (210) 403-6455 Glenn Emery, Vice President (210) 403-6762
Call Bernie Sanders202-224-5142; Call Hillary Clinton 646-854-1432—

Cuba-Trained Doctors Head to Standing Rock

LIVE Dooda Fracking! Window Rock Navajo Nation!

Photo by Earl Tulley

Photo by Earl Tulley

Young Warriors Speaking Up! Hope for the Future! Photo by Earl Tulley

Photo by Earl Tulley

Photo by Earl Tulley
BLM Scoping Meeting on Pinon Pipe Line in Eastern Navajo Nation produced an over flow crowd. Hearing is part of the public input and Bureau of Land Management extended comment time frame for another sixty days.
Photo Earl Tulley

 Navajo Nation Museum this morning. BLM public scoping meeting today. Window Rock, Arizona.
Dec. 2, 2106 Photo by RX Smith.

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