Nick Tilson of the Indigenous People's Power Project says the decision reflects the long history of the U.S. government ignoring treaties and environmental protections Help support The Real News by making a donation today: http://therealnews.com/donate
Scott Hupke: I want to see the day when we dismantle the pipeline:)
Scott Hupke: Total lack of respect for Mother Nature.
tjw3999: like i said before peaceful protest don t work
Phil: Why are you surprised? They don't REALLY care about the environmental impact. That type of crap is just for show.
Jedi King Pudge: Heartless bastards don't care about nothin' but money, after all the afflictions the Native Americans have been through on their on land...that's the least the government can do for them by blocking the pipeline.
allnew newall: I hope the screw you just like the so called " indigenous" did to the black Indians kicked out the tribes to steal money
allnew newall: I hate that indigenous term they aren't that maybe the women is but he's not native to this land. blacks aren't allowed to be Indians today fuck the Indians
allnew newall: it's time to fight to the death!
ryan oneill: where are the veterans now?
Joseph Pace: Tilsen is a hero. Great Story. May God or Allah or the Great Spirit bless the indigenous people who make our country great. Such bravery. I hope we can pray for those who may die or go to prison in trying to stop DAPL.
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