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Monday, December 5, 2016
Something Worth Watching?
I'm back with another video I thought was worth sharing. Actually, today, it's a series of videos I want to share with you Jordan Chariton from TYT Politics has been doing a lot of amazing reporting from the Standing Rock Sioux tribe's water protector camp in Standing Rock North Dakota. Much of what has been going on defies belief.
The police at Standing Rock have apparently been co-opted by the Energy Transfer corporation into a modern-day Pinkerton Gang and our government, including President Obama, has apparently decided to stand back and let them abuse and assault peaceful, unarmed US citizens who are voicing dissent. It's like one of the darker pages of history and I'm appalled to see it playing out in our lifetime.
As I said, Jordan has done a wonderful job of documenting many of these atrocities in a series of videos, which he has thoughtfully compiled into a playlist on YouTube. I'll link you to the playlist below so you can see for yourselves. I would recommend watching as many of the videos as you can because there's a lot of material that he covers. The more people know what's going on, the better the chance we'll be able to put a stop to this injustice.