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Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Ojibwe, Lakota, Dineh, Part II Standing Rock Spirit Resistance Radio Sept. 5, 2016



Listen to the morning show of Standing Rock Resistance Radio. This is Monday, Sept. 5, 2016, Part II, broadcast live by Govinda in Standing Rock Camp and recorded by Censored News.
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Lockdown: Lakota Woman and Amazon Native Locked to Pipeline Machinery 'NO DAPL'


Lakota woman, Julie, speaking out
against meth and violence against
Native women locked to DAPL
machinery NOW
"Water is life. We need to put an end to
this pipeline," she says while locked down now.
There were no arrests today.

Breaking News Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2016
Federal Judge grants Standing Rock's TRO,
but burial place not protected
Standing Rock Sioux Chairman Dave Archambault said, "We're disappointed."
Read more


Native from Amazon also locked down to pipeline
machinery.
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Photo Natalie Hand
Lakota Media Project

Photo Natalie Hand
Lakota Media Project
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Above: Akicita Win (Warrior Woman)
Photo credit: Natalie Hand, Lakota Media Project


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OWE AKU: Water Protectors Drive Public Roads and Get Accosted 'NO DAPL!'

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Owe Aku International Justice Project's Red Warrior Camp: Police harass and fail to protect 



RED WARRIOR CAMP
DEFENDING WHAT IS SACRED 

Standing Peacefully Strong, Dignified and Disciplined in the face of escalating violence by the corporation and it's mercenaries
here's what you can do - read on - scroll down
We are in a peaceful struggle against aggressive forces who apparently have no problem with using violence when it comes to protecting corporations.  People, however, are not important.  People, to the corporations, are the enemy.  Water and Earth, to the corporatoins, are commodities without spirit or life.

According to our witnesses on the ground, during the assault by private security forces, like those used in Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan and Libya, the police either stood on a hill at some distance or were completely invisible.  "Serve and Protect"  I think we know who is being served and protected. 
Water Protectors Drive Public Roads and Get Accosted - NO DAPL
A farmer is upset by the Water Protectors (apparently he doesn't know his farm is being murdered).  Police are pulling over cars without cause on public highways. Click to see the video by Lakota Media Project and Prairie Dust Films.  Do you want your country using threats, intimidation and violence against peaceful people who want nothing more than to protect water for future generations.
THINGS WE CAN ALL DO:

1.  DONATE - go to www.oweakuinternational.org and click on the "Donate" button.  All the money we collect goes directly to supplying the on-the-ground water protectors on the front line.  There are thousands that need your support.

2.  SHARE - everything you see and read on social media or in the press or expressions of your own feelings, share them with everyone and anyone you know.  We are a peaceful camp and our strongest defense is the awareness of the public.
3.  CALL the Governor's Office again: Tell them the job of State Police is to protect the Water Protectors, not to disappear when the people are assaulted with attack dogs and pepper spray.
Office of Governor
State of North Dakota
600 East Boulevard Avenue
Bismarck, ND 58505-0100
701.328.2200: phone
701.328.2205: fax
http://www.governor.nd.gov/contact-us [to send an email]
4.  CALL the Morton County Sheriff's Office and tell them that they have a responsibility and an oath to uphold the law and protect peaceful Water Protectors, against aggressive mercenaries with weaponry.  The SHERIFF'S PHONE NUMBER:  701-667-3330

5.  CONTACT the Dallas company, Energy Transfer, building this pipeline, plenty of numbers to call and offices to sit it. These are the people paying the private security forces to attack Water Protectors. Ms. Granado, public relations for the Fat Taker corporation, deserves a little hassling I think in her capacity as protector of the bad guys.  
Engergy Transfer
Vicki Granado
Office: 214-599-8785
Email: Vicki.Granado@energytransfer.com

http://www.energytransfer.com/contact_us.aspx?t=4
If your from other regions you can also call local numbers about the potential dangers.  Their website states that the following phone numbers are the numbers to call if you notice anything "unusual" that could be a leak! Well, there are a lot of unusual things that could be a leak; in fact the existence of the pipeline itself is an 'unusual' occurrence that we know will cause a leak:
Pipeline Emergency Numbers
ETC Liquids 1-888-844-8134
Fayetteville Express Pipeline 1-888-844-8030
Florida Gas 1-800-238-5066
Houston Pipeline 1-800-392-1965
Lone Star NGL 1-877-839-7473
Panhandle Eastern, Sea Robin, Trunkline 1-800-225-3913
Regency Emergency Reporting - Primary 1-877-404-2730
Regency Emergency Reporting - Secondary 1-210-404-2730
San Antonio Gas Control, SEPTS, ET Fuel, Oasis 1-800-375-5702
Tiger 1-888-844-3735
Transwestern 1-866-999-8975
West Virginia 1-800-375-5702


6.  CALL the WHITE HOUSE:  He may be a lame duck but he's still a duck!  Let's get the president involved!!!
THE WHITE HOUSE: (202) 456-1111
Thank you to all our Water Protectors and Warriors for the Photos and Updates.  The pictures on this page are from Ramone Romero and Marlene Poor Bear.  Wopila.  
Owe Aku
International Justice Project
Owe Aku
Bring Back the Way
720-469-1178
Owe Aku is a grassroots organization of Lakota people and our allies founded to promote the protection of sacred water and preservation of our territorial lands.  Our actions for environmental justice rely upon cultural revitalization as our major tool in achieving our goals.  The principle location from which are operations are based are on Lakota territory along Wounded Knee Creek on what is called the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation .  More information on our work can be found at www.oweakuinternational.org

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Owe Aku International Justice Project
PO Box 325
Manderson, SD 57756


 

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Tiokasin Ghosthorse Features Standing Rock Protectors on First Voices Radio


Tiokasin Ghosthorse's First Voices Radio Features Standing Rock Struggle Today
Tiokasin Ghosthorse, Cheyenne River Lakota

By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

LISTEN -- Tiokasin Ghosthorse's First Voices features Debra White Plume and Kandi Mossett, which was broadcast live on Standing Rock Spirit Resistance Radio. Debra describes direct action, and Kandi describes the bulldozing of the burial area by Dakota Access Pipeline, and how the pipeline attacked women and children with dogs. Thank you Tiokasin, Lakota from Cheyenne River, and thank you Govinda, broadcasting live in camp, for your incredible efforts to broadcast truth. This show will be broadcast on WBAI New York on Thursday, and rebroadcast by 70 affiliates. Listen to the show on WPKN in Conn.  http://archives.wpkn.org/bookmarks/listen/157530
For interested listeners: The show will be repeated tomorrow, Thursday, from 9 to 10 am, on WBAI-FM and then available immediately in WBAI's archive. Listen locally at 99.5 FM and streaming at www.wbai.org
WPKN streams at www.wpkn.org
WBAI streams at www.wbai.org
Both stations will have archived versions immediately following broadcasts.

Thank you producer Liz Hill.