Sunday, September 04, 2016

NOW: KANSAS CITY PROTESTORS STAND WITH NATIVE AMERICAN OUTRAGE OVER DAKOTA ACCESS PIPELINE!!!



Down by the river there's a significant protest happening regarding an environmental controversy that has been largely unreported by local media.

Thanks to AWESOME TKC TIPSTERS and friends for the images grabbed of the gathering RIGHT NOW at Berkley Riverfront Park in Kansas City, MO . . .



A bigger crowd than most folks anticipated . . .



Check the image link and/or this notice and further explanation . . .



Background links . . .

Heavy: Dakota Access Pipeline Protests: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

NBC News: Oil Pipeline Protest Turns Violent in North Dakota

Daily Mail: Violent scenes at North Dakota oil pipeline as Native American protesters claim sacred burial grounds were destroyed by construction crews

Local Links After TKC:

KSHB: KC demonstrators protest Dakota Access Pipeline

KCUR: Along The Banks Of The Missouri River, Hundreds Protest The Dakota Access Pipeline

You decide . . .

9 Comments:

Anonymous said...

It's SO much safer to ship oil by trucks.

Anonymous said...

Morons who know nothing about science. Hire more Pinkertons and tell them to shoot to kill.

Anonymous said...

Why dont they actually make themselves useful. Form a line and pick up all the trash along the banks of the river. You know, before they get in their gasoline powered cars and drive home.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^ why don't i find out where your family is buried,throw a bunch of trash on their graves and then destroy all of them with my truck

hummmmm,why don't I ??

Harambe said...

3:11 sure is one hell of a dummy.

Anonymous said...

Yeah right, 3:11. I'm sure that these Indians will suddenly become docile as soon as the pipeline companies pay them millions of dollars for their "emotional pain and suffering".

Anonymous said...

This story doesn't tell much in facts. First off was it confirmed that Native American Artifacts and/or burial grounds were, in fact, destroyed? Second, this story, does not state who owned the "private" land where the Native burial grounds were allegedly destroyed. The story not provide information indicating how this "private" land was acquired or what processes are involved. I can tell you, as an American Indian, tribes have been known to trade and sell land, once considered sacred, in order to acquire new tribal lands in order to build things like casinos. There are still federal laws that protect these lands IF the tribe itself did not dispose of the lands themselves. With that said this seems to be another story, way short on facts, written by libtard millennial drama queens who are too damn dumb to be reporters anywhere except places like KC.

Anonymous said...

I think the biggest deal about the pipeline is if or when it does break than our water source for Kansas City will be contaminated. Without water we can't live.... So yea it sucks they are destroying burial sights but in all reality this effects everyone who uses the Missouri River for water.... Plus I don't understand the hostility in some of the comments above, those protesters are looking out for all people not just themselves, to have such hatred against a peaceful gathering is truly moronic.

Anonymous said...

I think the biggest deal about the pipeline is if or when it does break than our water source for Kansas City will be contaminated. Without water we can't live.... So yea it sucks they are destroying burial sights but in all reality this effects everyone who uses the Missouri River for water.... Plus I don't understand the hostility in some of the comments above, those protesters are looking out for all people not just themselves, to have such hatred against a peaceful gathering is truly moronic.