December 31, 2016

DAPL protest is Occupy Wall Street reboot: Here’s how they’re connected

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Host | The Gunn Show

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.

It’s just another mini Marxist revolution brought to you by globalist puppet masters.

DAPL is just Occupy all over again.

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commented 2017-01-01 20:05:14 -0500
You would think a low flying police helicopter to protect and observe the protesters would help the situation….say at a 10 foot altitude
commented 2017-01-01 20:05:14 -0500
You would think a low flying police helicopter to protect and observe the protesters would help the situation….say at a 10 foot altitude
commented 2017-01-01 15:18:41 -0500
My New Years wish:

On 21 January 2017, President Trump arrests George Soros and his sons, seizes their assets, and extradites them to Russia to stand trial for their crimes.

Bonus points if I can have a front-row seat at the execution…
commented 2017-01-01 02:24:05 -0500
I was hoping that the protests would keep going on, if for no other reason than for the protesters to freeze in the cold.
commented 2016-12-31 22:02:16 -0500
Soros is an horrible excuse for an human being. .Best to the Rebels for 2017…
commented 2016-12-31 21:42:09 -0500
Go after the head and the body will wither and die.
commented 2016-12-31 21:23:52 -0500
Is there any way that can be done to persuade these hypocritic protesters to boycott the oil companies that they buy their gasoline from in order to protest ? And if the rest of them do not agree to the boycott , get their license plate numbers from their vehicles at the protest and organize their gas retailers to boycott them from ever buying their products from their retail outlets for life from the oil companies that supply them. That out to take some of the wind out of their sails as well as show how hypocritical they can be in order to obtain gas as well as do the protest. It doesn’t go both ways !!!. You cant tell me that, although the resource companies are in competition with each other that they can’t stick together for the same issue that concerns then as a group and stick together in unission in order to deal with this issue together
commented 2016-12-31 20:24:30 -0500
More of those hypocritical bores who are so dedicated to their cause they put up tents and sleep at home LMAO! I had fun counter protesting at Occupy Edmonton, staring down a twerp or two and speaking out loud when the elitist twits were spewing verbal diarrhea from their microphones, one twerp actually had the balls to tell me to shut up and listen , i just reminded him that it was a public space and i am free to speak as they are , then invited him to make me shut up, not a peep after that from the twerp.
commented 2016-12-31 19:50:27 -0500
What would help the environment would be if these sjw’s were employed and pulling their weight in society , like everybody else has to. Then they wouldn’t be such fodder for these puppet masters. Who ever is funding this crap( and we all have a pretty good idea) is the real enemy. How do we deal with that ?
commented 2016-12-31 18:48:45 -0500
I agree CDN Mongrel. These fucking morons are a waste of skin and would actually help the environment if they were all dead. Sadly the universities are pumping these losers out with gender studies degrees and they will be lost in the real world. Thankfully Trump won and we can reset society.
commented 2016-12-31 18:00:52 -0500
Canadian Mongrel. hahaha lol, good idea.
commented 2016-12-31 17:58:47 -0500
So one stupid sjw blew her arm off and the media is blaming the police? Good to get the real info out there so the truth about these incidents can be on the wires the same time the lies are. Keep it up Sheila, good work as always. I wonder if that little protester will hang up her activist hat or if she will risk losing any other limbs for the cause. She had better end up behind bars for an attempted terrorist act.
commented 2016-12-31 17:53:43 -0500
Libs Rmorons,

Nice pen name by the way.

However, regarding your point about sending them on a sabbatical to the middle east, I know what you are meaning in that they need to see what the regime they want is like. However, I think the core cadre has had its sabbatical; this is where they learned to be professional in terrorist tactics and to instruct others in these tactics. So maybe it will be better to send them again as you say, but just before the next round of Russian bombs.
commented 2016-12-31 17:22:52 -0500
The higher level protestors and the leaders are just in it for money. They don’t give a rat’s ass about the environment of native communities.
commented 2016-12-31 17:11:49 -0500
OK, as far as the BLM thing goes here’s the skinny libtards. Cops are government, UNION, employees, the same as a school teacher diddling a student or PSAC member caught with their hand in the till. Which means when a cop blows away an unarmed black man he/she get’s the best defence team that either OJ or the TAXPAYER can buy. Ergo, they more often than not, walk. The firing rate for public employees (including COPS) is like .05%. That is why, not some PC, BS, societal “injustice”. When they discuss with the UNION appropriate steps to apprehend a suspect it is NOT a public safety issue it is a WORK safety issue to the UNION. Ergo shoot first, ask if that was a weapon in his hands later. Got it, government loving, union loving, progressive, libtards?
commented 2016-12-31 17:03:54 -0500
Chris asks, “Wouldn’t building more refineries solve the pipeline problem?”

Not at all. You still have to ship the products from the new refinery, but instead of one low volatile substance, oil, you now have several highly volatile substances shipped by truck and train, methods of shipment far less safe.
commented 2016-12-31 16:55:36 -0500
I am sure the useless useful dupes are not still camping in North Dakota. The hypocrites would all be in their warm homes being heated by gas and driving their warm vehicles. All leftys should have to take a one year sabbatical to the Middle East. This would be a good way to cull the herd and rid ourselves of these idiots that add nothing to society.
commented 2016-12-31 16:40:06 -0500
Wouldn’t building more refineries solve the pipeline problem?
commented 2016-12-31 15:02:02 -0500
If the situation was reversed and it was the,so called NWO Marxist, who were laying the pipe line, then these so called Protesters would be shot on sight.
commented 2016-12-31 14:58:56 -0500
Saul Alinsky at work .when Broke Hussen Obama is out he will be the next Alinsky.
commented 2016-12-31 14:12:31 -0500
Any protester that is paid is not an actual protester for one simple reason … if someone is paid then that person’s dedication to that cause is purchased, calling in question that person’s authenticity to his cause.