Water Wars

What if it the headlines read ” Farmers defending their way of life ” instead of ” Natives fighting for their sacred land” would there be as much attention giving too it .  The left would see ” farmers” and think  who cares its just rich white people.  But guess since the farmers land isn’t ” scared” the water is less important?

Fracking has been a problem for years but believe since in the case of Standing Rock . The media is trying to make more about Native Americans sacred sites rather than water .  The liberal progressive are using it to push the racial divide. They try to paint it as  the Natives Americans vs the white privileged frackers.

Pennsylvania is has a lot of fracking but I guess since the land is sacred the water is less important . Yes there is protesting going on but is it giving as much importance compared to Standing Rock?  .

6 thoughts on “Water Wars

  • November 24, 2016 at 11:20
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    The media isn’t covering this. It hasn’t, and it won’t.

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  • November 24, 2016 at 18:56
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    This is a great blog because it puts out a problem that is not talked about much. There is land being stolen from non native people as well. The Dakota access pipeline is not the only pipeline that has been and being fought against this year. It’s not just the food to worry about. This is a issue for crops that animals and humans eat. The main stream media has done the worst coverage possible. That seems to be the issue with anything that has to do with America’s rights. If this pipeline were to go through the Tomb of Unknown people would lose their shit.

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    • November 25, 2016 at 05:50
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      fracking is just as much problem but since sacred land isn’t involve people seem to care less.

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  • November 25, 2016 at 13:54
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    I agree fracking is an equal problem. I think the big thing with #NoDAPL is the history of the Native Americans being taken advantage of is the big deal. The land were their dead rest is showing the disrespect that the government is will to take part in by not stopping the pipeline. I think it became more insulting when this pipeline was stopped from being built in Bismark, because the richer, lighter skin Americans said it would threaten their water supply.

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    • November 26, 2016 at 10:01
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      the reason the pipeline is talk about more is the ” social justice warriors” use it because they like to bring race into everything. As I said fracking is effecting everyone include average middle class white family . The pipleline goes down the middle of the country it effects everyone. But the SJW does bring this up because it goes against there everyone racist talking points

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  • November 26, 2016 at 10:59
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    I agree and notice that race is a part of most of the conversations, but how can it not be with the history of America. The American government has been very disrespectful to minorities since the day one. It is still that way today. That is not to say that these issues are more important than other incidents that are effecting Caucasian-Americans. The fact of the matter is everything that happen to one group effects the whole United States and effects the whole world. I believe if all these events were combined it would have a better impact to the population who is not educated to how people rights are being effected, how people’s land is being conquered, and how these systems are can harm/ is harming the planet we call home.

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