Wednesday, September 07, 2016

TKC MUST READ!!! KANSAS CITY DAKOTA ACCESS PIPELINE PROTEST SOLIDARITY!!!



Underplayed in the local media . . . This post from our pal Leigh Ann offers a glimpse at why locals are concerned about Native American rights and the recent uprising . . .

Dakota Pipeline: What Could Go Wrong?

Intro:

"As the mainstream media ignores Native Americans and environmental activists braving attack dogs, mace, and mercenaries to stop the Dakota Access oil pipeline from being dug under the Missouri River and then run underground from North Dakota to Illinois, I ask myself, "What could go wrong?" After all, the company's website makes the claim that up to 575,000 barrels of "light sweet crude oil" can be transported every day in a safe and environmentally friendly fashion. So what could go wrong? Living close to the Missouri River, I think it's an important question to ask."

Read the whole thing for A LOT of info on the topic.

You decide . . .

5 Comments:

Frank White said...

Maybe my good friend Todd Graves could investigate the pipeline and produce a report to make it safe if the taxpayers give Todd enough money?

http://www.tonyskansascity.com/2011/07/tkc-exclusive-and-breaking-news-check.html

Anonymous said...

Tony that old post of yours caused those of us on the Legislative side of the CH to push through a real investigation of the Jail. Until that old post and scanned marketing material from Graves started floating around, Frank nearly had people fooled with his call for an investigation. You really should take a bow on this issue.

Anonymous said...

That PDF is devastating. That investigation contract should be cancelled. If Steve Nixon proposed this shit he should be fired pronto! He should have been fired a long time ago.

Anonymous said...

That was not Judge Nixon. Steve would never put up with handing out money to a cover-up artist like Todd Graves. Only an arrogant kid would make that mistake.

Anonymous said...

People against jobs and fossle fuel. Wake up and let the world live The last rupture of an underground pipeline and the Mo River was 4 years ago in a flood Know your facts before you moan and groan for environment disasters that are nonexistent