Chevron attempts to enter Unist’ot’en Camp


Published on Jul 24, 2015 by thehhammer

On July 23rd, 2015, representatives of Chevron attempted to enter unceded Unist’ot’en territory with a gift of bottled water and tobacco, seeking to conduct work for their Pacific Trail Pipelines hydraulically fractured gas line. They have not obtained consent from the clan’s hereditary chiefs and were turned away.

16 thoughts on “Chevron attempts to enter Unist’ot’en Camp

    1. Sadly, not unsurprisingly, nothing has changed:
      //gfromthetrenchesworldreport.com/bury-my-heart-at-wounded-knee-buffy-sainte-marie-1973-incident/112498

      1. Hey Angel. Thanks for posting this link. heard the song long ago. Didn’t really understand it then, But I do now. Mans inhumanity to man is getting worse as time goes by. Retribution is on it’s way.

      2. I’ve never heard that song Angel. It’s excellent. Maybe Henry will use it during one of his “bottom of the hour” breaks. We can never forget what happened at Wounded Knee in ’73. My brother and I were discussing adding songs to the act, I may submit this for consideration.

  1. What a “slap in the face” insult, bringing bottled water and tobacco. Do they think they are some world explorer trading shiny beads for real wealth? That lame attempt is laughable if it wasn’t so insulting. Hey Angel-NYC and Paul! 😆

        1. good advice Millard. started stocking up big time about 6 years ago before my cash flow got cut off. Glad i did now. 😉

          1. I wish I was closer because I’d stand shoulder to shoulder with you brother when we take our country back. In the meantime, I just keep trying to wake people up, not an easy task.

          2. Thank you for that Millard. Same here. just had a conversation with a neighbor about how the markets in Israel didn’t take a hit. It got him to thinking. i shut up then. Hopefully he will be back for more information. Kinda like Johny Cash’s, “one piece at a time”. 😆

  2. I always liked “Johnny Stash” LOL. Country music used for cocaine distribution by the Clintons and Bushes in their tour buses. We just sat there “on that sack of seeds.”

  3. PLEASE tell me this is satire. Bottled water and cigarettes in exchange for all their land? REALLY? Indians aren’t that gullible anymore. If this is real then they will be sending in the cavalry to do the dirty work next. History repeats itself.

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