Reblogging because of the similarities with DAPL. The Native nations also have the right to refuse the pipeline being built, but again, they were ignored.
Warrior Publications has this up on a report of yet another pipeline rupture that was buried since 2009. Accidentally, of course…/snark
Nathan Lemphers says “it’s hard to guess intentions” as to why this report was buried….
…yeah, I’m not buying it, either, that it was an “oversight” that the damning report was never to see sunlight. There are too many incidents of the oil industry interfering with freedom of the press and freedom of speech for it to be unintentional.
Let’s not forget the Arkansas oil spill that we wouldn’t have heard about, if it were up to the mainstream media. Or the massive devastation of the Gulf that BP tried to hide (and unfortunately, did a pretty good job of interfering with photographers and having dead dolphins carted away before they could document them.)
The tide was turned against the Vietnam war through the media…once one sees how devastating…
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