The Dakota pipeline.
Much has been said about it. But it's never enough.
Since when is it the task of the police (you know, these people who uphold the law, protect, serve, saves us from crime and all that) to use force against peaceful protesters who stand up to protect their sacred lands (which is officially theirs) from being turned into a huge oil spill disaster waiting to happen?
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Guns, rubber bullets, bean bags (don't misunderstand those; these things are meant to hurt), water cannons, even dogs. Those are the ways big oil companies try to 'persuade' their opponents to go away. It's a crying shame. Those oil companies should be prosecuted. Where is the honour in such behaviour? All that counts is money. Who cares about the earth, the water, the sacred lands of the native Americans?
Big oil companies... can you grow food on dollars? Can you drink oil when you're thirsty? No, you can't. No one can. Are you people deaf, dumb and blind? According to a comment on Youtube, Dakota Access was told by the federal government not to drill close to the Missouri River. Apparently that was too difficult to understand for the board of directors, because have you noticed where they are drilling?
The world stands with Standing Rock. I stand with Standing Rock.
I hope the US government takes responsibility and ends this disgrace, this humiliation of justice. Stop this, please, before people get killed. There have been enough wounded already, and even a reporter was shot in the back with a rubber bullet while interviewing someone.
This is horror.