Friday, November 16, 2012

Leaked documents: Mainstream media ignoring Salazar scheme to steal Navajo water rights

Media ignoring leaked documents of Salazar/Kyl theft of Navajo water rights

By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

The mainstream media is ignoring these leaked documents below, exposing the Navajo water rights theft scheme of Interior Sec. Ken Salazar, with Arizona Sen. Jon Kyl.
After the meeting was exposed, Salazar put a public relations spin on it this week and made it public to further the cover-up.
Arizona is desperate for Navajo water from the Little Colorado River, both to water lawns and golf courses and continue the lavish lifestyles, and for the Navajo Generating Station. The coal fired power plant is one of the dirtiest coal fired power plants in the US.
This water rights theft scheme furthers the scheme of the 1970s when Peabody Coal, the US, non-Indian attorneys and Arizona senators orchestrated the so-called Navajo Hopi land dispute. The purpose was to relocate more than 14,000 Navajos from Black Mesa in order for Peabody to seize the coal from Black Mesa for this generating station.
The US is manipulating Indian Nations to give up their expansive water rights under the Winter's Doctrine, which Native Americans futures depend on. The theft scheme is in the so-called "water rights settlements."
See the documents regarding Salazar's secret meeting that was exposed with these leaded documents below:
Salazar's Leaked E-mail Steal Navajo Water Rights With Kyl

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After being blacklisted by all the paying media, Norrell has continued to work without pay, providing live coverage with Earthcycles from Indian lands across the US, including live coverage of the Longest Walk, with the five month live talk radio across America in 2008.