As the Army Corps of Engineers forcibly evicted the last of the remaining water protectors from the Oceti Sakowin protest camp on Thursday, Indigenous opponents of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) made it clear that their expulsion would not be the end of the fight.
I am reminded of Ralph Nader's commencement speech to one of the Ivy League Law schools.
"When your grandchildren ask you what you did in life will you have to say that you obfuscated, hid the truth and ran interference for the cancer causing tobacco companies"
Tell me you brave heavily-armed police forces "from around North Dakota and three other states":
What the hell is in your minds that your will make your money in this way
What will you tell your grandchildren
I destroyed the people's homes and fouled the clear waters
Yes Rolson, one of the most significant successes of the corporate state;
driving a wedge of animosity betw. the "security forces" and the people.
When the sh hits the fan, tptb can count on them to maintain the oppressive state and for the defense they're going to need.
Kent State changed it once