Friday, December 9, 2016

Standing Rock Camp Battles Cyber Blockers, Improves Service

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Video: Standing Rock's Technology War
by TYT Politics
 "The watchers hate being watched," said one of the water protectors, a veteran who has been improving cyber service at Standing Rock Camp.
He describes how the Internet was boosted and jamming, blocking, and stingrays were countered to improve the camp's cell and Internet service.
He said when they fight back against cyber blocking in camp, the watchers don't like it when you begin pinging the officers and DAPL's interference. He explains how police were brought in, and used, for the benefit of a private oil company.

Below: Support group completes composting toilets, including heated ones with wood stoves, after port-a-potties pulled out of camp

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Amazon flooded with response to Chase Iron Eyes' Last Real Indians Wishlist
Truckloads arrive at camp donated in 24 hours
Literally just spent the last 5+ hours unloading semi trucks full of gear, cold weather, socks, generators, etc. These donations are for the camps, but are going to be distributed by Last Real Indians, I was honored to be asked from them to attend a meeting last night, I along with the #WeareDine crew are going to be working with Last Real Indians. Big things the camps need are WOOD AND WATER. ALL OTHER GEAR IS GOOD FOR NOW. Huge thank you for everyone who donated. -- Chris
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Live report today:
The reporter for TYT says Army Corps will raise water level of Lake Oahe to prevent DAPL from drilling.
This could flood Oceti Sakowin Camp.
Please check back for confirmation on this report in regards to raising the water level.

Today: Indigenous Testify on Dakota Access Pipeline Before International Human Rights Commission



Standing Rock Camp, resisting the pipeline, this week during blizzard.


Tribes to Appear Before International Human Rights Commission to Highlight Human Rights Violations Related to the Dakota Access Pipeline. Tribal representatives of the Standing Rock, Cheyenne River and Yankton Sioux Tribes will testify at a hearing of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights.
Status conference on Dakota Access Pipeline lawsuit will also be held Friday.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- A group of tribal representatives will testify at a hearing by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights this Friday, December 9 at 10:15 a.m. The hearing will examine the impact of extractive industries and projects on the human rights of indigenous peoples, focusing on the Dakota Access Pipeline and the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, and the Yankton Sioux Tribe.
The human rights commission hearing, is public and will discuss how the planning and construction of extractive industries infrastructure projects trigger duties and obligations of members of the Organization of American States, including the United States, to promote, protect and guarantee human rights.
Tribal representatives will be available for questions following the hearing. Media is able to attend the hearing. Details can be found here:http://www.oas.org/en/iachr/media_center/coverage.asp

We also expect the hearing to be broadcast on the web: http://www.oas.org/en/iachr/default.asp

What: Hearing on the Human Rights Situation of Indigenous Persons in the Context of Projects and Extractive Industries in the United States
Who: Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, Organization of the United States
When: December 9, 2016, 10:15 to 11:15 a.m.
Where: Padilha Vidal Room (TL Level), GSB Building of the Organization of American States, 1889 F Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20006
Tribal Representatives Testifying:
Councilman Chad Harrison, Standing Rock Sioux Tribe
Chairman Harold Frazier, Cheyenne River Sioux
Tribe Chairman Robert Wayne Flying Hawk, Ihanktonwan Nation (Yankton Sioux Tribe)
Faith Spotted Eagle, Yankton Sioux Tribe
Tribes Petition the Commission
The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe and the Yankton Sioux Tribe last week petitioned the commission to call on the United States to take precautionary steps to prevent irreparable harm to the tribes, their members, and others resulting from the ongoing and imminent construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL), and from the harassment and violence being perpetrated against people gathered in prayer and protest in opposition to DAPL.
The official petition from the tribes can be found here.

Status Conference on the Dakota Access Lawsuit
In addition, a status conference in the lawsuit challenging the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers permitting decisions will also be held Friday morning. That hearing will discuss the next steps in the U.S. District Court litigation, especially in light of the Corps' decision announced Sunday to refuse to grant an easement for the pipeline to go under the Missouri River near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation and to study alternate routes for the pipeline. While the status conference should result in some clarity about how the litigation will unfold, it is likely to be a routine hearing with no decisions announced."

Mohawk Nation News 'Fried Potatoes'


FRIED POTATOES


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MNN. Dec. 9, 2016. The tribal and band councils can’t keep lying forever to the people without eventually suffering the consequences. The government set them up to fraudulently sign away our land and resources. For their own safety and everybody else they say they might call in forces to Standing Rock. CEO David “Archie” Archambault, owner of the casino and hotel there, says, “Go home, decorate your Christmas trees and hang up your stockings”.
Grassroots have to do what has to be done.
Grassroots have to do what has to be done.
The government is sending around their museum INDIANS to lie and mislead the public for them. Archie Archambault went to the UN and asked for an investigation but not about the illegality of DAPL. In Canada Prime Minister Trudeau met with their Corpo Assembly of First Nation to make a deal about how to put in the pipeline in Canada. AFN represent only themselves and about  4 percent of the INDIANS who vote in their pretend chief system.
Racist speeches are starting in Congress against us. North Dakota congressman says that The rule of law deems the water protectors to be illegal violent protestors. He is trying to rile the people to finish us off.oregon-militia1-1024x916
The old script is to put out fake stories to justify the carnage. Strong field warriors have been fingered for persecution and the house INDIANS are running around stabbing us in the back and waiting for the crumbs to fall off the oppressor’s table.
Corpo tribal chiefs running down that oil slick road to the Whit House.
Corpo tribal chiefs running down that oil slick road to the White House.
Some of our people do a lot a talking and don’t do the walking. They run when directed to by the corpo chiefs.
The traitors have to be kicked out of our midst for the sake of the coming generations of all people.  Maybe we should burn our houses down and start again with the original instructions. We should let no one or nothing interfere with what creation intended us to do.
Nothing is good or bad in nature. Only what’s right. Those who work on tipping the balance are soon going to feel the dropping of the black wampum. Those who dn’t grab it will feel the war club.



The Right House or the White House?
The House of Hate. 
You’d almost think Rosemary Clooney was singing about the demise of the tribal and band councils and their corporate matrix: “This ole house is a-gettin’ shaky. This ole house is a-gettin’ old. This ole house lets in the rain. This ole house lets in the cold. On his knees I’m gettin’ chilly. But he feel no fear nor pain. ‘Cause he see an angel peekin’ through a broken windowpane … ain’t gonna need this house no more”.

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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 Michael.Waters@energytransfer.com
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   Lee.Hanse@energytransfer.com Glenn Emery, Vice President (210) 403-6762 Glenn.Emery@energytransfer.com
Call Bernie Sanders202-224-5142; Call Hillary Clinton 646-854-1432—
Tribal Chairman Archambault of Standing Rock.

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Mohawk Nation News 'We Have to Fix It"

WE HAVE TO FIX IT

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MNN. Dec. 8, 2016. All the pipelines have to be stopped.
The agents of repression are in our midst at Standing Rock. Apparently Oren Lyons, the Seneca who poses as an Onondaga, has arrived. As the ‘faith keeper’, a Christian religious title invented by the divide and conquer traitors and their puppet masters, he’s being sent in by the BIA, for whom he works. He will convince corpo Lakota tribal chairman Archambault to make some kind of agreement to allow the pipe.
Our children, grandchilden and the  future of the unborn.
Our children, grandchilden and the future of the unborn.

Because Lyons treasonous acts against the Onondaga and other rotino’shonni, he has no voice in the Confederacy.
During Wounded Knee in the early 1970s, Lyons broke down the relations between the Iroquois Confederacy, people out west and the American Indian Movement. AIM invited respected warriors to help them fight back against oppression.ows_147812806087626-1
At a meeting, AIM asked the Onondaga, “What do you do when you’re attacked?” Onondatga tribal chiefs said they turn the other cheek just like in the Bible they call “the black book”.. Since then support for onondaga chiefs by the people has dwindled.
Tuscarora, Seneca, Oneida and Mohawk people will have always resisted the best way we could.2300-ndpipelinemap-v21-1
The black wampum is he final offer of peace according to the terms of the kaia’nere:kowa, the great peace. When it’s not taken, the wampum is dropped and when it hits the ground, there’s no more talk.csmwpoxwaaeez4r
Archambault represents himself and those who voted for him. He’s not following Lakota law. He is an assimilate.
The corporate councils are talking about American and Canadian sovereignty they are a part of. The only sovereign on great turtle island are the native people. We have to make our choice. We can’t have a foot in our canoe and in the white man’s vessel. The first time a storm hits, they will fall into the depth and drown.la-na-tt-standing-rock-20161129
Too many of our people want the benefits and comfort but none of the responsibility. They want everything handed to them to help them justify being irresponsible and not taking the blame.
We have to remove the fox from the henhouse by any means necessary.
We can always blame god, turmoil in our communities or the economics for not looking out for our children and our mother. Let’s all roll up our sleeves and clean all our houses.
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Mohawk Nation News kahentinetha2@yahoo.com for more news, to donate and sign up for MNN newsletters, go to mohawknationnews.com More stories at MNN Archives. thahoketoteh@ntk.com Address: Box 991, Kahnawake [Quebec, Canada] J0L 1B0 or original Mohawk music visit https://soundcloud.com/thahoketoteh
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 Michael.Waters@energytransfer.com
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   Lee.Hanse@energytransfer.com Glenn Emery, Vice President (210) 403-6762 Glenn.Emery@energytransfer.com
Call Bernie Sanders202-224-5142; Call Hillary Clinton 646-854-1432—
Tribal Chairman Archambault of Standing Rock.

Dine' Warriors for Standing Rock Head Home

Dine' Warriors on the Road Home: Thursday Update


Shiprock Chapter ready to welcome home Dine' Warriors tonight. Photos by Redawn George.



Navajos and other Veterans prepare to march to bridge on Monday, Dec. 5, 2016
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Gyms and the Pavilion at the casino opened their doors to water protectors and Veterans during the blizzard this week.
Photo by Michelle Cook, Dine'

By Chili Yazzie

Dec 9 am Dine’ Warriors for Standing Rock Update: our Dine’ Warriors rolled into Shiprock about 8:45 last evening. After they deboarded, unloaded their gear, we proceeded to assure their good transition back to our homelands with Dine’ traditional observance that reenacted the coming home ceremony of the Warrior Twins. The five part ceremonial process completed their coming home within the four mountains. The ceremonial process was finished with a beautiful song of honoring and being thankful for our lands by one of esteemed young people, Nicole Keeswood.
We gave them words of appreciation and admiration for their journey to represent the Dine’ people at Oceti Sakowin at Standing Rock Sioux Tribal territories. The call to stand arm in arm with the thousands of other Veterans of the US military was answered by these Vets with support from our own Water Protectors. After these short talks we had a delicious potluck dinner provided by community members. Some of the Dine’ Warriors recounted their experiences in Standing Rock. We gave thanks to our spiritual leader, to Nicole, the leaders of the journey - Beverly Maxwell, Anthony Aspaas, Ronald Daw and Alex Ashley, our recruiters - Angie Barney Nez, Eunice Begay, Anderson Tullie and Julius Tullie, our homebase coordinating crew - Redawn George, Tommie Yazzie and most in particular Josey Foo whose 501c3 non-profit received the funds that financed the trip and Josey was the pivotal point in the overall coordination including transportation, lodging, food, etc. And we are truly indebted to the National Nurses United, whose funds made it all possible. 
So this portion of our Stand with Standing Rock is done, but as we are all very aware the fight will go on and we must keep in prayer our Warriors that remain at Standing Rock. We have been resisting since 1492 and we shall continue to resist in perpetuity defending our homelands, waters, our people and our grandchildren to come. In recognizing that this is our fate in life as Indigenous peoples and all people with good hearts, there remains a sense of urgency to be vigilant and hold that line we draw in the Rez dirt. I hear many people say they want to go next time, there WILL be a next time, whether it be at Standing Rock or right here in our own front yard with Pinion Pipeline or the dooda uranium front, the continuing nightmare of Black Mesa exploitation or the fight to protect our waters. Dear family, there is much that remains in our fight to preserve our Earth Mother and waters, we have no option but to stand strong together and be that bundle of arrows unbreakable. Ahe’hee.
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Dec 8 evening Dine' Warriors for Standing Rock Update: our Warriors are coming down the Rocky Mountains, they made it over Wolf Creek Pass, no problemo. projected time of arrival at the Shiprock Chapter House is 9:00 pm. We need people to be here by 8:30 or earlier, We want a full house so plez join us. I truly hope there is Rez style potluck foods coming. (Three Dine' Vets stayed in camp. Posted Thursday, Dec. 8, 2016)

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Dec 8 at noon -- Dine’ Warriors for Standing Rock Update: our Warriors are on the road and headed home, with the time zone difference that helps, although the earliest they will roll into Shiprock is 8:30, so they should be in the house at 9:00 pm. We are making the call for prepared foods to do the potluck dinner. There are families from across the Rez that are planning to be here to join in the Welcome Home celebration and to pick up their Warrior. I will post again about 6pm with any new developments and see if can pinpoint the arrival time. Either way those who are going to here, should be at the Shiprock Chapter House at 8:00pm.
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Dec 8 am Dine’ Warriors for Standing Rock Update: our Dine’ Warriors did not get into Colorado Springs until 4:30 this morning. The drivers have said they will not get on the road until 1:00 pm, which will push our Welcome Home gathering/potluck into the late hours, even past 9:00. Nevertheless we will be here for them, they represented us at Standing Rock; we will show our appreciation. Certainly we will ask the drivers and their coordinators if they would consider leaving earlier, I will post at noon with any time schedule adjustments. If families from Chinle area and other locations can arrange rides to pick up your Warriors in Shiprock, we will help with gas to get you home.
As I reported 3 of our Warriors stayed at Oceti Sakowin, they made a personal and courageous decision that we respect and honor. I am asking to know how many of our Dine’ remain there in the brutal winter, I know Graham and some of his cohorts are still there and don’t expect to leave camp any time soon. There are comments that were made about why did our Warriors go for only a couple days, why not let some of them stay there to support the Oceti Sakowin for the long term, as we know this thing ain’t over. That is a difficult matter to think on, particularly when we hear the Chairman saying “thank you but you should go home”, this is said partly for the safety of the people and that is appreciated. Then we hear from determined Warriors who declare that they will not leave until the pipeline is dead.
The main objective of our Dine’ Warriors in the last couple of days was to have some of our Veterans stand with their comrades on December 05 and that was done. Many left their jobs and their family responsibilities for only a few days and weren’t prepared to stay an extended amount of time. We should not question ‘how much’ we are committed we each are; we are committed because it’s a matter of life, the realities is we all have our own life responsibilities, our hectic work and many times difficult life situations. There is much to be discussed on this, but for now we must celebrate our Warriors who return to their homelands tonite.


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