Unist’ot’en blow whistle on secret pipeline talks

Posted to VMC on Aug.27


UNCEDED COAST SALISH TERRITORY  —  Supporters of the Unist’ot’en clan living on their unceded territory say they got wind of a secret pipeline meeting at the prestigious Fairmont Vancouver Hotel today. 

The adhoc group said it “stands in solidarity with all those saying no to pipelines in so called British Columbia! We must honour the traditional holders of the territory who have not ceded their land, have made no treaties with government and have said NO!”

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Klabona Keepers Blockade Imperial Metals’ Red Chris Mine

Reposted from Kablona Keepers

tahltan imperial metals blockade

There are two blockade sites going strong held together by the Klabona Keepers, elders and people of the Klabona (Sacred Headwaters).

“I just don’t want a devastation like Mt. Likely happening here to our people. When you see the ariel photos from the Red Chris pond, it’s already happening” – Lorette Nole

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Trees Spiked In Solidarity With Bainbridge Island Tree Sit

Posted to PSA on Aug 26

For a couple days now a woman has been sitting in a tree on Bainbridge Island
to block the construction of a mini-mall and to protect the trees the would
be clear cut and the ecosystem that would be devastated. We noticed that
despite the media spectacle and the police presence there was really no one
watching the woods. Dawning black from head to toe in the bright light of day
we spiked about 1/8th of the trees with ceramic rods.

Now some of you may say that tree spiking is dangerous, but only one worker
has ever been hurt by a tree spike and he admitted that it was due to the
poor safety conditions at the mill he worked at. Metal, rocks, and the like
get caught on trees all the time. The most common of these is barbed wire
which has mutilated many-a-worker, but something no one seems to complain
about. This is probably because people care more about property than another
lifeforms well-being.

Anyway, solidarity with all those wonderful rebels out there.

-some anarchists

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Secwepemc establish checkpoint and camp to monitor Mount Polley disaster

Originally posted on Warrior Publications:

Mount polley secwepemc camp 2Press Release from Yuct Ne Senxiymetkwe Camp, August 21, 2014

The Secwepemc have established a monitoring checkpoint and encampment at the entrance of the Imperial Metals’ Mount Polley Mine where, on August 4th 2014, the largest environmental disaster in British Columbia’s history unfolded as the damn to the mine’s tailings pond broke and unleashed 2.5 billion gallons of contaminated water and 4.5 million cubic metres of metals laden silt into Hazeltine Creek, Polley Lake and Quesnel Lake on the way to the Fraser River Watershed.

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