Free Standing Rock Political Prisoner!

4 januari 2017

A Lakota woman, Red Fawn, has been framed by DAPL police and has become Standing Rock’s only long-term political prisoner.

Red Fawn is a medic who was helping fellow Water Protectors assaulted by police at Standing Rock, when she was suddenly arrested.

Authorities claim that she attempted to kill police by shooting a firearm at them even though she was pinned face down by two officers, while a third had his weapon pointed at her back.

Video footage and eyewitness testimony support Red Fawn’s innocence.

Worse yet, the media narrative surrounding this case has spread misinformation…

Many believe that her charges have been dropped. That is not the case!

Red Fawn is currently being tried for a federal weapons charge. She is being held in a Federal prison without bail, her attempted murder charge has not been permanently dismissed and it can be pursued at a later date.

Red Fawn is in the fight of her life for her freedom and she urgently needs your support!
You have the power to fund her freedom by helping her reach the goal of $100,000 in critically needed legal defense money before the end of January!
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A CIA-led Coup Against American Democracy Is Unfolding Before Our Eyes — Paul Craig Roberts


Paul Craig Roberts
December 17, 2016 |

This article by Moon of Alabama is not conspiracy theory: Read it carefully. Check out the links.

The article is a documented and accurate description of a coup that is underway. The extraordinary lies that are being perpetrated by the media and by members of the US government have as their obvious purpose the prevention of a Donald Trump presidency. There is no other reason for the extraordinary blatant lies for which there is not a shred of evidence. Indeed, there is massive real evidence to the contrary. Yet the coup proceeds and gathers steam.

President Eisenhower warned us more than a half century ago of the danger that the military/security complex presents to US democracy. In the decades since Eisenhower’s warning, the military/security complex has become more powerful than the American people and is demonstrating its power by overturning a presidential election.

Will the coup succeed?

In my opinion, former and present members of the US government and the media would not dare to so obviously and openly participate in a coup against democracy and an elected president unless they expect the coup to succeed.

It is an easy matter for the ruling interests to bribe electors to vote differently than their states. The cost of the bribes is miniscule compared to the wealth and income streams that a trillion dollar annual budget provides to the military/security complex. The fake news of a Putin/Trump election-stealing plot generated by unsupported allegations of present and former members of US intelligence, the lame-duck President Obama, and the presstitute media provide the cover for electors to break with precedent “in order to save America from a Russian stooge.”

The CIA-controlled European media, the politicians in Washington’s European vassal states, NATO officials, and the brainwashed European peoples will support the coup against Trump.

The only ones speaking against the coup are the voters who elected Trump—all of whom are alleged to have been deceived by Russian fake news— the Russian government, and the 200 websites falsely described by the Washington Post and the secret organization PropOrNot as Russian agents.

In other words, those objecting to the coup are the ones described by the coup leaders as those who made the coup necessary.

I do not know that the coup will succeed, but looking at the commitment so many high level people have made to the coup, I conclude that those bringing the coup expect it to succeed.

Therefore, we should take very seriously the expectation of success that those who control levers of power are demonstrating.

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90 Miles From Tyranny


 Thursday, December 15, 2016

CIA refuses to hand over so-called proof of Russian hacking to help Trump

The absolutely incredible claim from the Central Intelligence Agency that Russian hackers somehow put Donald Trump over the top in the election is falling apart.

Both the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), which oversees all the U.S. intelligence agencies, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) reject the CIA’s analysis.

And now Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) just said on Fox News Channel a few minutes ago that the Central Intelligence Agency is refusing to hand over whatever evidence it may have about Russian wrongdoing.

“It’s almost as if people in the intelligence community are carrying out a disinformation campaign against the president-elect of the United States. It’s absolutely disgraceful.”

King, by the way, is a member of the Homeland Security Committee and chairman of the Sub-Committee on (Counterterrorism and Intelligence). He also serves on the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.

Could it be the CIA — which employs more than a few Trump haters — doesn’t actually have any evidence? If they have proof they should…Read More HERE


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DEC 10:- WikiLeaks Julian Assange IT IS TIME to SHOW something to the WORLD!!

from wars to genocides

Published on 10 Dec 2016

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Red Fawn has become a political prisoner of Standing Rock. We are demanding her immediate release.

Published on 7 Dec 2016

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Native Woman Loses Eyesight From BRUTAL Oil Police Assault

Published on 6 Dec 2016


TYT Politics Reporter Jordan Chariton ( spoke with Sioux Z, a Standing Rock First Responder who was shot by a tear gas canister on Novermber 20th, 2016 on the the bridge just north of Oceti Sakowin camp at Standing Rock.

The trauma to her eye has resulted in her to lose eyesight, most likely for the rest of her life.

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Free Red Fawn

Sovereignty & International Law

North Dakota DAPL protester charged with attempted murder of police officer

Red Fawn Fallis ©

This is for me (poldergriet) evidence that they want to slide something into the shoes  of Red Fawn! Look care fully how disadvantageous this charming intelligent woman with this picture by the MSM, taken after she was being put down by at least seven killer cops/ private “militaries”.

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Why Peaceful Resistance Can Be The Most Powerful Force | APTN InFocus

Published on 1 Dec 2016

It started with a call to stop an oil pipeline from crossing the Missouri River but has now grown into something far more enormous than almost no one could have predicted…

And the movement is still growing to protect against the threat of poisoning the drinking water of over ten million people downstream.

In this live edition, guests share their perspective on the events at Standing Rock to stop the North Dakota Access Pipeline.

The people at the Oceti Sakowin camp, just outside of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, have so far stood their ground against increasing pressure from politicians and violent enforcement of the rule of law from police.

After witnessing this militarized reaction, thousands of Veterans are planning to peacefully stand in solidarity with the Water Protectors.


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Standing Rock Is NOT The Only Area Slated For Corporate Sacrifice!


Published on 5 Dec 2016

Standing Rock may have just avoided becoming a corporate sacrifice zone – but other areas will not be so lucky. Simply look at Flint, Michigan or so many other cities to see how corporations go and destroy an area of the country. They then leave for greener pastures.

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Standing Rock activists stay in place, fearing pipeline victory was a ‘trick’

Though the US denied a permit for the Dakota Access pipeline, many worry that the Trump administration and the pipeline company could reverse the decision

Saudi artist: Standing Rock protesters are warning us to save what we can

Native American activists at the Standing Rock “water protector” camps vowed to remain in place the morning after the US Army Corps of Engineers denied a key permit for the Dakota Access pipeline, with many expressing concerns that the incoming Trump administration and potential legal action from the pipeline company could reverse their victory.

The Army Corps of Engineers announced Sunday that it would not grant the permit for the Dakota Access pipeline to drill under the Missouri river, handing a major victory to the Standing Rock Sioux tribe after a months-long campaign against the pipeline.

However, the companies behind the pipeline, who have the backing of the incoming Trump administration, have insisted the project would still go ahead. “Nothing indicates for us to pack up and go home,” said Tom Goldtooth, executive director of the Indigenous Environmental Network. “Our native people have reason to be distrustful.”

Tara Houska, a member of the Couchiching First Nation, was similarly circumspect.

“I celebrate with caution,” the national campaigns director for Honor the Earth said. “We know that Trump is coming and with that, we know our fight will continue.”

Energy Transfer Partners and Sunoco Logistics, the companies behind the project, called the ruling a “purely political action”, accused the Obama administration of abandoning the rule of law “in favor of currying favor with a narrow and extreme political constituency”, and said the pipeline project would go ahead.

“As stated all along, ETP and SXL are fully committed to ensuring that this vital project is brought to completion and fully expect to complete construction of the pipeline without any additional rerouting in and around Lake Oahe,” the companies said in a statement. “Nothing this administration has done today changes that in any way.”

Monday was supposed to have been a day of resistance and prayer at the sprawling encampment where opponents to the project have gathered. Hundreds of supporters, including a large contingent of Native American and non-Native American US veterans, have travelled to the banks of the Missouri river to defy the army corps’ stated deadline for people to vacate the camp by 5 December.

Some feared a confrontation. Frank Archambault, a member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe who has lived at the main camp on army corps land with his five children since August, moved his children to a hotel in Bismarck in anticipation of a repeat of violent clashes with law enforcement.

But the announcement of the permit’s denial on Sunday afternoon turned that tension into jubilation and awe, as activists who have braved the freezing North Dakota winter and aggressive tactics from law enforcement realized that their efforts had been recognized at the highest levels of government.

As snow began to fall, activists said that they wanted people to remain at the camp and called for more to arrive.
As snow began to fall, activists said that they wanted people to remain at the camp and called for more to arrive. Photograph: Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images

“It’s solid. They say that Trump can come in and change it but he can’t,” said Jumping Buffalo, a member of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe whose English name is Troy Fairbanks.

Still, as snow began to fall, Jumping Buffalo said that he wanted people to remain at the camp and called for more to arrive. “This becomes a healing camp now,” he said. “Now is the beginning of the healing camp for people to heal from all the historical traumas.”

Few shared Jumping Buffalo’s faith that the fight was over.

“Do not take anything for granted,” said Elouise Brown, a member of the Navajo Nation and an army veteran. “Do not trust anything they say. I think what happened yesterday was their move to get us to back up and leave. We’re not that stupid.”

But the sense of wariness could not entirely dampen the enthusiasm for a major breakthrough in the months-long fight to halt the pipeline from crossing the Missouri river just north of the Standing Rock Sioux reservation. The tribe fears that the pipeline would contaminate their water source and destroy sacred sites.

“We don’t ever win,” Houska said. “Indigenous people never win, but we did.”

“A new nation of water protectors has been created here at Standing Rock,” said Cheryl Angel, a member of the Sicangu Lakota tribe. “This newly formed alliance will not decrease and will double then triple until the numbers of the masses increase to the point where safety measures to protect water in every nation becomes a reality.”

The Army Corps of Engineers announced Sunday that it would explore “alternative routes” for the pipeline by undertaking an environmental impact statement – a process that can take years.

While the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe has been pressuring the Obama administration to deny the easement, the election of Donald Trump complicates the future.

Trump said Friday that he supports the 1,720-mile pipeline, which would carry crude oil from the Bakken oil fields in North Dakota to a refinery in Illinois.

The president-elect is an investor in Energy Transfer Partners, the company behind the project, but he denied his investment was a factor in his position. Kelcey Warren, the CEO of Energy Transfer Partners, donated more than $100,000 to help elect Trump.

Several protesters voiced suspicion that Sunday’s announcement was a “trick” to encourage the thousands of Native American and environmental activists gathered in encampments near the drill site to go home.

Others expressed concern that Trump would simply reverse the army corps’ decision when he takes office, and Heidi Heitkamp, a US senator from North Dakota, appeared to concur.

“The pipeline still remains in limbo,” she said in a statement. “The incoming administration already stated its support for the project and the courts have already stated twice that it appeared the corps followed the required process in considering the permit. For the next month and a half, nothing about this project will change.”

Jan Hasselman, a lawyer for the tribe, said that a Trump reversal would not be automatic, however.

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Dakota Access pipeline protesters celebrate after permit denied

“That the new president is in favor of fossil fuels is not a basis on which to reverse an agency decision,” Hasselman said.

The corps would instead have to show a court that reversing itself six weeks after making a decision was a “rational decision based on appropriate factors”.

“I’m not saying that they can’t get away with it,” he said. “All I’m saying is that it will be reviewed by a court.”

The pipeline company could also bring some kind of legal action against the army corps. On 15 November – one day after the corps announced that it was delaying its decision over the easement for “additional discussion and analysis” – the company filed court papers asking a judge to intervene on its behalf.

In court filings, the company has claimed that the delay at the Missouri river crossing has cost it “hundreds of millions of dollars”.

“Dakota Access has fought every step of the way,” Houska said. “This is the company that unleashed dogs on Native American men, women, and children protecting sacred sites. I would not trust that they’re done with this.”

Goldtooth said that his organization was asking the thousands of activists – who call themselves “water protectors” – to remain in place at the encampments until they receive guidance from the tribe, traditional leaders, and Native youth.

“If DAPL completely dismantled their drilling pad and took out their pipes and asked North Dakota law enforcement to take down the barricades,” he said, “Then I might reconsider our decision to stay here.”

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