By Brenda Norrell
Sat., Dec. 10, 2016
UPDATES -- Composting toilets save the day. Crews finished installing composting toilets, even some in heated tents, after the port-a-potties were yanked from Oceti Sakowin Camp. And work has been underway to fight back at the cyber blockers. Turns out they don't like being pinged to expose who they are, including cops who use stingrays to imitate cell towers to gain access to your cellphone. On Friday, five semi truckloads of supplies arrived, purchased from Amazon -- by good hearts around the world -- in response to the Last Real Indians wish list. Donors are also helping Last Real Indians purchase pickup trucks and vehicles for camp. The Dine' Camp at Oceti Sakowin is standing strong, with a new hogan. Across the river, Rosebud Camp and Sacred Stone Camp are resilient.
Standing Strong for Standing Rock.
Video: Standing Rock's Technology War
by TYT Politics "The watchers hate being watched," said one of the water protectors, a veteran who has been improving cyber service at Standing Rock Camp.
He describes how the Internet was boosted and jamming, blocking, and stingrays were countered to improve the camp's cell and Internet service.
He said when they fight back against cyber blocking in camp, the watchers don't like it when you begin pinging the officers and DAPL's interference. He explains how police were brought in, and used, for the benefit of a private oil company.
Amazon flooded with response to Chase Iron Eyes' Last Real Indians Wishlist
Truckloads arrive at camp donated in 24 hours
Literally just spent the last 5+ hours unloading semi trucks full of gear, cold weather, socks, generators, etc. These donations are for the camps, but are going to be distributed by Last Real Indians, I was honored to be asked from them to attend a meeting last night, I along with the #WeareDine crew are going to be working with Last Real Indians. Big things the camps need are WOOD AND WATER. ALL OTHER GEAR IS GOOD FOR NOW. Huge thank you for everyone who donated. -- Chris
Live report today:
The reporter for TYT says Army Corps will raise water level of Lake Oahe to prevent DAPL from drilling.
This could flood Oceti Sakowin Camp.
Please check back for confirmation on this report in regards to raising the water level.