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Wednesday, September 14, 2016

IS THIS NAZI GERMANY? DHS CAN MOVE US OFF OUR OWN LAND??



Why There’s a Media Blackout on the Native American Oil Pipeline Blockade





How can a man become an officer, wear a uniform and a badge that should signify peacekeeping and protecting our rights, and then perform 'duties' that clearly are the OPPOSITE of what the badge and uniform should stand for?

Nick Bernabe


(ANTIMEDIA Op-Ed) North Dakota — As the Lakota Sioux continue their peaceful blockade of the $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipeline, the story’s absence from the national media narrative is palpable. Considering the corporate media’s chronic quest for controversial stories on government versus public standoffs, you’d think this situation would garner the typical media frenzy invoked during a right-wing militia occupation of a federal building, for example, or a tense standoff between the Black Lives Matter movement and police. But it’s not.

As of late, the media has faced criticism for its selective coverage of certain events — like, say, focusing on single terror attacks in Western Europe that garner thousands of headlines while basically ignoring similar or worse attacks that occur on a constant basis in Muslim-majority countries.

But the confrontation unfolding in North Dakota, in particular, is strikingly similar to the recent standoff at the Malheur Wildlife Refuge in Oregon, which involved a right-wing militia advocating land rights against the federal government. The militia was led by the controversial Bundy family, which previously drew sensationalized coverage during a similar standoff in Nevada in 2014. So why were these stories covered extensively while the other — also centered around land rights — has been mostly ignored?


The first point is actually very simple: Native Americans standing up for themselves is not polarizing. In an age of institutionalized media divisiveness and hyper-partisanship, the story of Native Americans in North Dakota fighting for land and water rights just doesn’t fit the script of deep, societal divides plaguing the nation’s law and order, nor does it fit in with the left-right paradigm. People from both sides of the political spectrum pretty much agree that Native Americans have been screwed by the U.S. government and resource-snatching corporations long enough. Considering this sentiment, there’s really no exploitable controversy on this issue from the mainstream media perspective, which inherently drives topical, superficial news narratives.

It’s easy to create a controversy out of right-wing white nationalist militias occupying an obscure federal wildlife preserve building (if that sounds petty and not exactly newsworthy, that’s because it was petty and not exactly newsworthy). I witnessed liberals so incensed by the Oregon occupiers they were calling for the FBI to literally gun them down. Meanwhile, the alt-right movement hailed them as heroes and harbingers of the second American Revolution. It made for a great, divisive controversy. But in the end, nothing was accomplished. It was topical. It was superficial. It was essentially meaningless — and the media loved it so much it dedicated a month’s worth of prime time TV coverage to it.

In contrast, the only thing the mainstream media would accomplish by publicizing the growing tribal opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline would be to effectively kill the prospects of the pipeline. Providing ongoing coverage would likely inspire national outrage toward the oil company, Dakota Access LLC, and the government agencies currently trying to evict the indigenous people from their own ancestral lands.

It’s important to understand that the media doesn’t always cover certain stories just because they’re actually newsworthy. Often, the media’s coverage is intended to promote and drive narratives, and the divisive flavor has been a top seller for a long time. This coverage has accomplished at least one thing in the United States: the country is now the most divided it’s been in a very long time. Maybe that has been the media’s intention all along.

The second and more obvious reason why mainstream outlets have not focused on the situation in North Dakota is money — oil money, to be exact. The corporate media in the United States is deeply in bed with oil interests. From fracking advertisements on MSNBC to individuals on Big Oil’s payroll literally working for Fox News and the Wall Street Journal, the ties cannot be understated. Why would mainstream media publicize a standoff that could potentially kill an oil pipeline when their own financial interests would be negatively affected? The answer is they wouldn’t. (In other words, those individuals with extra pocket change to invest in construction of an unneeded oil pipeline so THEY can make BOOKOO BUCKS off of it - these ahos have the 'rights' to take over the native American sovereign lands to put profit in THEIR bank accounts?!)

And there you have it. That’s why right-wing militias pointlessly occupying a wildlife refuge is one of the biggest stories of the century but Native Americans stopping the construction of a multibillion-dollar pipeline isn’t worth a single headline on CNN.

http://theantimedia.org/native-american-pipeline-media-blackout/

AMERICA - WHEN IS ENOUGH GOING TO BE 'ENOUGH'?  SINCE WHEN CAN A GROUP OF DHS HIRELING THUGS HAVE THE AUTHORITY TO INVADE SOVEREIGN - BY TREATY - TERRITORY -  AND ARREST, BEAT, SET DOGS OFF ON YOU, AND KILL YOU ON YOUR OWN SOVEREIGN LAND BY TREATY?  EVERY TIME THESE ATTACKS AND INFRINGEMENTS ON RIGHTS ARE ALLOWED TO CONTINUE, THE PEOPLE LOSE AGAIN, AND THE 'GOVERNMENT' THUGS MOVE FORWARD YET AGAIN WITHOUT HINDRANCE TO CONTINUE INFLICTING THEIR DAMAGE ON ANOTHER GROUP.  WHY ARE WE ALLOWING THIS TO CONTINUE???
 

6 comments:

  1. This Not a Peaceful Blockade - When the Lakota Sioux try to Destroy the Pipeline Equipment - The Pipeline was trying to make a Deal with the Sioux Tribe to run the Pipeline Through their Land & the Sioux Kept trying to Extort More Money out of They So they Moved The Pipeline Half a Mile from their Land & Now The Sioux is saying that land is Burial Grounds & Spiritual Land "Really" - Now is trying to extort more money out of the Pipeline - Now if That was really a Burial Grounds Why are they Growing Corn are what ever is being Grown Their & Why don't they Own IT? & Why is Black Lifes Matter Their TOO? Just Not Protesting as BLM? I Smell A George Soros Hand in This - JMO

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  2. WHERE IS THE MALITIA AT?? SEE S TO ME OUR RED BROTHERS NEED THEIR HELP JUST LIKE THE BUNDY'S DID. THESE COMMIE NAZI BASTURDS NEED TO LEAVE AND GO BACK TO HELL. IF WE AS A NATION DON'T STAND UP IMMEDIATELY WHEN THIS KIND OF BUNK HAPPENS THE BLM WILL JUST GET MORE POWERFUL. IT IS TOO BAD THAT OUR COUNTRYMEN WILL SELL THEMSELVES OUT FOR A BADGE AND A CHECK.... THERE WILL BE A LIST OF WHO THE SHERIFFS ARE THAT ARE TRESSPASSING AND THE BLM AGENTS ARE THEN IT WILL NOT BE SO NICE FOR THEM... OUR FOREFATHERS HANDLED THIS KIND OF ULTRA CRAPPOLA VERY QUICKLY WITH NO REGRETS....

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    1. The PIPELINE Is NOT on The Sioux Land It's a Half Mile Away! Noticed Those Sioux Has No problem Driving those 9 mile a Gallon to 12mile a gallon Trucks

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    2. PROVE IT.... TOO MUCH MOUTH AND NOT ENOUGH PROOF!!! THE PIPE LINE GOES RIGHT THROUGH THE BURIAL LAND...DO YOUR RESEARCH! FURTHERMORE THE FRADULENT BLM (NAZI'S) HAS NO JURISDICTION THERE AT ALL... ANY CORPORATION SUCH AS THE BLM ONLY HAS JURISDICTION INSIDE THE 10SQ MILES OF WASHINGTON DC..... LOOK IT UP. THEY HAVE NO,NO,NO,NO JURISDICTION EXCEPT THERE. THEY ARE NOW EMPLOYING MERC'C I N THE INDIAN PIPELINE STAND OFF....WHICH IS ALSO AGAINST THE LAW....

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    3. Maybe you better start reading up a little More That is Not their Land & it's a Half Mile from Their Land - If on any Construction Site in the USA - IF they Dig Up Bones of a Human - The Job is always Halted some times For months are Yrs. & By the way "If" it's Burial Grounds Then WHY Are They Planting Crops on IT??? It's all about Extorting Money from The Pipeline Company being supported By BLM a Hate Group of George Soros - The Sioux Sure Not mined Driving Gas guzzlers , Having Lights in their Homes , Wearing Manmade Clothes & On & On - It's all about Money & Nothing Else - & By the Way I'm For The True Rights Of People That Means From the Unborn To The Born People of The Earth of All Races - But Some Think They Have More Rights - Like BLM - George Soros & ON

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  3. DHS wake up!
    SIDO - Astronaut (feat. Andreas Bourani) OFFICIAL VIDEO
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WPFLAjmWCtk

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