August 2020

Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Trump's Twitter Pass: Rallying Bullies for Racial Violence


The final assault on Standing Rock water protectors camps, during the Trump administration in February, was the result of bogus security reports by TigerSwan mercenaries, working in collusion with with Morton Country Sheriff, and militarized police. Today, Trump uses Twitter to rally bullies for racial violence and hate crimes.
Trump rallies bullies for racial violence and hate crimes, as U.S. contracted mercenaries ensure the murder the innocents

By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

Twitter refuses to tell Censored News why our links have been blocked since September. However, Twitter defends the right of the low-brain-wattage president to make threats, harass others, target individuals, and create an atmosphere of racial hatred that results in deadly violence. The Washington Journal published Twitter's defense of Trump's tweets:
Meanwhile, Censored News links have been blocked by Twitter since September, when we began exposing excessive force by militarized police and mercenaries at Standing Rock, and the public relations schemes of President Obama who used delaying tactics on Dakota Access Pipeline.

SOUTH DAKOTA: First Nation Chiefs forging cross border alliance to oppose Keystone XL


Tsleil-Waututh spokesperson Rueben George, Coun. Charlene Aleck, and manager of cultural relations Gabriel George open the signing ceremony for the Treaty Alliance Against Tar Sands Expansion in Vancouver, B.C. on Thurs. Sept. 22, 2016 Photo credit National Observer

First Nation Chiefs to travel to South Dakota to forge cross-border alliance with tribes opposing Keystone XL

Chiefs are supporting Tribes in the US on July 4, the US "Independence Day," as a day to mark their own independence as sovereign nations

By Treaty Alliance Against Tar Sands Expansion
Censored News
Dutch translation by Alice Holemans at NAIS

TURTLE ISLAND, CNW/ - A large delegation of Chiefs of First Nations from across Canada that are among the over 120 First Nations and Tribes who have signed the Treaty Alliance Against Tar Sands Expansion will be travelling to the sacred Black Hills of the Great Sioux Nation in South Dakota at the invitation of US Tribal leaders for a historic ceremony on July 4th in opposition to TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline and the other three planned oil sands expansion pipelines (Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain Expansion, Enbridge's Line 3 and TransCanada's Energy East).