The ongoing Dakota Access Pipeline protests are just another incarnation of the Occupy Movement.
Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) is a $3.8B pipeline scheduled to carry crude oil nearly 1,200 miles from North Dakota to Illinois. Construction is almost complete, but a planned segment, just the part of the project that crosses under the Missouri River, has been a source of contention for months.
The Standing Rock Sioux claim it jeopardizes their water supply and they were not consulted adequately. The company building the pipelines held 559 meetings with the aboriginal band and local communities, the same way meetings were held to build the dozens of other pipelines in the area.
Everything was fine until now. Now there are violent protests leading to construction being halted and the construction permit being revoked.
So why all the protests?
Because the protests are astroturf. The DAPL protests are actually the third incarnation of the George Soros backed socioeconomic disruption efforts that began with Occupy Wall Street. The second incarnation was Black Lives Matter. This time, along with going full anti-fossil fuels, anti-capitalism and anti-racism, they’ve incorporated parts of the aboriginal anti-colonialist movement from a few years back called Idle No More.
I’ll show you how the protests are linked through players, through tactics and through the organizations working in the background.
It’s not about the land or aboriginal rights or water or the environment. It’s about the Left pretending to care about these things in order to destroy western civilization and rebuild it the way they see fit.
DAPL is just Occupy all over again.