‘We are protectors, not protesters’: why I’m fighting the North Dakota pipeline | US news | The Guardian

Meanwhile the revolution for spiritual ecology continues against ETHNOCIDE AND CORPORATOCRACY…

“Our elders have told us that if the zuzeca sape, the black snake, comes across our land, our world will end. Zuzeca has come – in the form of the Dakota Access pipeline – and so I must fight.

I am Sicangu/Oglala Lakota, born in Rosebud, South Dakota, and writing from the frontline of the movement against the pipeline in Cannon Ball. I have been holding this ground with my Standing Rock Sioux tribe relatives since the spring. I am defending the land and water of my people, as my ancestors did before me.”

‘We are protectors, not protesters’: why I’m fighting the North Dakota pipeline

via ‘We are protectors, not protesters’: why I’m fighting the North Dakota pipeline | US news | The Guardian

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