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Re: Re: Fossil Fuel Skulldugggery
« Reply #45 on: November 27, 2016, 04:18:15 pm »


Sheriffs
Refuse to Send Reinforcements to Standing Rock as Costs and Public Outrage Mount       

Posted on Nov 25, 2016

By Jenni Monet / Yes! Magazine

http://www.truthdig.com/report/item/sheriffs_refuse_to_send_troops_to_standing_rock_as_20161125

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Maxwell   

A few items to take note of here:

The $15 million should be going to food banks, to health care, to heat assistance, to housing to....and it's important to point that out to the people in N Dakota as this is happening. Your tax dollars are going directly to protect the profits of a private corporation instead of helping out the people. It's an easy argument to make.

Take note of the tactics and the persistence and how that is impacting the public relations and most importantly the bottom line. (...were taking their toll on local agencies. The policing costs have reached nearly $15 million. The courts are taxed. The jail is burdened. The 34 local law enforcement officers are stressed.).

This is illustrative of how the machinery of the State, even as it appears intractable, is in fact vulnerable. Think for a moment if there were companion actions of a similar nature happening in a myriad of places organized nationally on any number of issues.

Think for a moment on the issue of single payer e.g. and how it would look if mass protests occurred nationwide for an extended period of time.

Another important aspect of this is that those at Standing Rock are not asking permission- they are simply saying ENOUGH.


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Re: Re: Fossil Fuel Skulldugggery
« Reply #46 on: December 01, 2016, 05:36:08 pm »
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I am finding it so hard to understand why the American People find this type of thing so shocking. I went to Standing Rock to support the cause, daughter, Tribes. During my flight, I struck up conversations in the airports and during flights.

Most people didn't even know what was going on in Standing Rock. I am so tired of Non Natives ( mostly greedy companies) who know nothing of Native history or government relations to tribes in our own American history making decisions regarding treaty lands and ancestral burial grounds.

The lack of caring and respect of our Planet, American citizens, Indigenous peoples rights, Human rights, Veterans rights is so outrageous it's hard to believe this is America.

My Father was a Police officer and a Veteran of the Korean War. My Native Uncle's fought for our country. World War II would not have been won without our Navajo Nation. I am so ashamed in the eye's of the world at our country's greed.

It highlights our lack environmental needs for the need of money, my heart cries a million tears. Where is President Obama?

Has his courage shrunk with the thought of making a stinging mark in history as he leaves his office?

Is there not enough money in the world to satisfy President elect Trump to make a decision based on the lives of billions of people instead of billions in money? When is he going to be satisfied with his personal riches? He has personal interest in this issue, which makes this a conflict of interest!

He is asking that his children have access to government secrets! I am so thankful for the Robert F. Kennedy Jr.s of the world, because the Native's will never, ever give up.

However, it will take the power of a Kennedy to get people to listen before our water is nothing but sludge for our grandchildren.

Our college kids can't even identify our Vice President when asked, but you ask a Swedish student what they are actively doing to clean up our water? They are creating floating Ocean trash collectors to collect the trash that is floating in our oceans. NOT THE SCIENTISTS....THE CONCERNED KIDS! AMERICA......... stop paying outrageous amounts to our football, basketball, baseball players, singers and glorifying there ridiculous lifestyles, and start paying our teachers and scientist and professors, our planet is in trouble and it has been for a long time.

Morton County North Dakota Sheriff Department, Trump, Obama, DAPL, etc....DOES NOT CARE!

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Brilliant and so well put You are so right, Here in the UK I am typing this with tears in my eyes. All I can send are my heartfelt thoughts and prayers. What country can act this way and dare to call itself great ??

I am so glad you have supporters such as Kennedy Jr. I have signed several petitions to Obama and cannot understand why he does not act. he is basically a good guy, who has done his best in difficult circumstances, but he may be shackled by things we do not know about.

Agelbert NOTE: The above comments were in reference to this article with several hard truths stated about how there is a TRACK RECORD of the current abuse in this country for any 'minority' (if they aren't one, TPTB genocide them into being one) that stands in the way of profit over planet.

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Robert F. Kennedy, Jr: 'I'll See You at Standing Rock'

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

SNIPPET:

On Sunday, the U.S. Army Corps issued a declaration to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe that might have been penned by the Kern county sheriff. The Corps Colonel John Henderson told Standing Rock Chairman Dave Archambault II that the agency was evicting the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) protesters from their camp for their own protection.  


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The tribes and their supporters will be moved to a "free speech"  zone a great distance from the pipeline. Henderson's threats would be troubling if addressed to any group of American citizens, but coming from the U.S. Army Corps to the Sioux nation, it is positively chilling. One wonders whether Colonel Henderson is even peripherally aware of the Corp's central role in the Indian genocide, the most shameful stain on America's national experience, our high ideals and character.


Anthropologist Nancy Scheper-Hughes has observed that Genocide is a continuum that runs for years, decades or centuries. It begins with marginalization and dehumanization of an identifiable minority, the theft of their lands and property, their slaughter and decimation, and the gradual squeezing of remnant populations. The central organizing principle of the continuum is a narrative that turns "others into non-persons or monsters," that normalizes atrocities and rationalizes the "every day practice of violence."

Colonel Henderson's letter manages to be both, patronizing and menacing. In that sense, it captures perfectly the tone and content of a hundred letters received by Indians from U.S. Corp colonels and generals over four centuries, all of them repeating genocide's persistent refrain: "For your own good, move off the land, or else."

http://www.ecowatch.com/kennedy-dakota-access-pipeline-2118593345.html


 



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Re: Re: Fossil Fuel Skulldugggery
« Reply #47 on: December 01, 2016, 08:01:01 pm »
https://youtu.be/OtYl4HjVJ08

  November 29, 2016

The Resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline Undaunted by Threats of Evictions and Fines


With two thousand veterans expected to join the opposition to the pipeline, Water Protectors say they remain resilient despite eviction orders.
http://therealnews.com/t2/story:17820:The-Resistance-to-the-Dakota-Access-Pipeline-Undaunted-by-Threats-of-Evictions-and-Fines
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Re: Re: Fossil Fuel Skulldugggery
« Reply #48 on: December 16, 2016, 08:48:17 pm »
Is Trump Turning America Into a Petrostate


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Re: Re: Fossil Fuel Skulldugggery
« Reply #49 on: January 02, 2017, 10:10:23 pm »
  January 1, 2017

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Re: Re: Fossil Fuel Skulldugggery
« Reply #50 on: January 12, 2017, 02:10:22 pm »
Tillerson Confirmation Hearings: USA! USA! Oil good! Climate Change ho-hum...

I listened to and watched nearly 4 HOURS of the C-SPAN Tillerson Confirmation Hearings. Our Senators mostly live in an alternate universe where flag waving propaganda about how the US giving aid to all those corrupt countries that abuse our infinite kindness and good intentions is so sad and we have so many enemies and we have to stop terrorism and, interspersed with the occasional concern about whether Tillerson will go after Russia even if Exxon has control of land in Russia the size of Wyoming is, some mild climate change concerns. It's great gallows humor if you like that sort of thing.  :P

Tillerson must have trained fossil fuel industry propagandists liars on public discourse!  I've gotta admit, the guy dances with the best liars around. His body language when Chad came up was the give away that he was nervous. They didn't press him on that DELIBERATE interference against US policy to GUARANTEE Exxon/Chad Dictator sponsored CORRUPTION and Resource theft (of course  ;)).

All that said, he WILL help keep the crazies in Congress from trying to nuke Russia in order to enable the fossil fuel industry corrupted US Government to finish the destructive degradation of the biosphere...

But, hey, it will take longer to overheat than to die from being nuked, right?

Count your blessings, fellow Homo SAPS!   

http://therealnews.com/t2/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=3018

Finally, The REAL REASON Why Trump Picked Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson AND Why He's Taking a 99% PAY CUT  ;)   

Published on Dec 16, 2016

This Exclusive Report FINALLY Explains the mystery surrounding WHY Trump Picked the filthy-rich CEO of Exxon Mobile Rex Tillerson for Secretary of State.

He certainly is not a household name and most American's have never heard of him. Trump who has been selecting mostly loyalists, didn't even know Tillerson previously.

Rachel Maddow explains just how Tillerson made it on Trump's radar and also why Tillerson, who's never worked anywhere but Exxon, would take a job that's offering a 99% PAY DECREASE.

This is an extremely tangled web which only Rachel could properly navigate through. It's FASCINATING information that everyone should be aware of. Great Reporting.



Agelbert NOTE: Unfortunately, since I posted this on my forum back in December 22, the above video has been, uh, made unavailable due to copyright and third party and (you get the idea).

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Re: Re: Fossil Fuel Skulldugggery
« Reply #51 on: January 17, 2017, 03:08:20 pm »
Wyoming Bill Would All But Outlaw Clean Energy by Preventing Utilities From Using It 

By Zahra Hirji
 
Jan 13, 2017
Wind power is abundant in Wyoming, including the Foote Creek Rim Wind Project

While many U.S. states have mandates and incentives to get more of their electricity from renewable energy, Republican legislators in Wyoming are proposing to cut the state off from its most abundant, clean resource—wind—and ensuring its continued dependence on coal.

A new measure submitted to the Wyoming legislature this week would forbid utilities from providing any electricity to the state that comes from large-scale wind or solar energy projects by 2019. It's an unprecedented attack on clean energy in Wyoming, and possibly the nation. And it comes at a time when such resources are becoming cheaper and increasingly in demand as the world seeks to transition to clean energy to prevent the worst impacts of climate change.

The bill's nine sponsors, two state senators and seven representatives, largely come from Wyoming's top coal-producing counties and include some deniers of man-made climate change. They filed the bill on Tuesday, the first day of the state's 2017 legislative session. Activists and energy experts are alarmed by the measure, which would levy steep fines on utilities that continue providing (or provide new) "non-eligible" clean energy for the state's electricity. But they are skeptical it will get enough support to become law.

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"I haven't seen anything like this before," Shannon Anderson, director of the local organizing group Powder River Basin Resource Council, told InsideClimate News. "This is essentially a reverse renewable energy standard."

Anderson, who has tracked the Wyoming legislature's work for a decade, added: "I think there will be a lot of concerns about its workability and whether this is something the state needs to do... it seems to be 'talking-point' legislation at this point."

Last year, Republican Gov. Matt Mead introduced a new energy plan for the state that involved "doubling down" on coal. But even this fossil fuel-centric plan included room for the state's renewable resources, especially wind energy, to grow.

The new bill mandates utilities to use "eligible resources" to meet 95 percent of the state's electricity needs in 2018 and then all of its power supply in 2019. Those sources are defined as coal, hydroelectric, natural gas, net metering sources (such as rooftop solar or backyard wind projects for homeowners and small business), nuclear and oil. Using power from utility-scale wind, solar and other renewable projects would be outlawed under this legislation.

Wyoming generates and consumes mostly coal-powered electricity. Nearly 90 percent of electricity generated in the state came from coal in September 2016, the latest month with available data. Renewables, mainly wind, were the second-biggest source; other small sources of electricity included petroleum- and natural gas-powered plants and hydroelectric power.

A big state with vast energy resources and a small population, Wyoming produces a lot more power than it needs: It  is the nation's largest producer of coal, fourth-largest natural gas producer and eighth-biggest crude oil producer, according to the U.S. Energy Information Agency. Wyoming also ranks high in untapped wind resources, with one of the nation's largest wind farms under construction. The wind power expected to be generated at this massive project, however, along with much of the wind power already being produced in the state, is already destined for out-of-state markets.

Under this new proposal, power providers could continue to generate and sell wind to customers outside of Wyoming without a penalty—but they would be hit with a fee for providing that same power to in-state residents and businesses. Utilities that fail to meet the proposed standards would face $10 penalty for each megawatt hour of energy the utility fails to procure from approved sources and the utility couldn't recover this penalty by raising customer rates.

Pacific Corp.'s Rocky Mountain Power and Black Hills Corp.'s Black Hills Energy are among the utilities operating in Wyoming that could feel the bill's impact because some of the electricity they provide to the state comes from clean energy sources now. Spokespeople from both companies told InsideClimate they are still reviewing the bill and wouldn't comment further.

When asked about the motivation for the bill and concerns about it driving away future wind generation, bill sponsor Republican Rep. David Miller from Fremont County said, "Wyoming is a great wind state and we produce a lot of wind energy. We also produce a lot of conventional energy, many times our needs. The electricity generated by coal is amongst the least expensive in the country. We want Wyoming residences to benefit from this inexpensive electrical generation."

"We do not want to be averaged into the other states that require a certain [percentage] of more expensive renewable energy," Miller wrote in an email to InsideClimate News.

(In Wyoming, wind and natural gas are the cheapest forms of new energy generation, according to Dave Eskelsen, a spokesman for Rocky Mountain Power.)

Some of the bill's sponsors are also vocally opposed to climate action and continue to openly question the scientific consensus on climate change.

"The controversy of climate change affects our families in Campbell County," writes state Rep. Scott Clem on his website. "Coal=Jobs. The fact of the matter is that man-made climate change is not settled science. Instead, it is hotly disputed by reputable and educated men and women...."

Although Republicans outnumber Democrats 51-9 in the state House and 27-3 in its Senate, Miller, the sponsor, isn't confident the bill will pass. He estimates its chances are "50 percent or less."

"It's a clear statement the legislature is supporting the traditional sectors of the economy," said Robert Godby, director of University of Wyoming's Center for Energy Economics and Public Policy. Regardless of whether this bill passes, he added, "the fact that it has been run up the flagpole might have some negative consequences." For example, wind developers may be less interested in operating in the state.


Another recently proposed state bill seeks to increase the state's tax  on wind generation, a move that could also potentially discourage future wind projects as well.
https://insideclimatenews.org/news/12012017/wyoming-coal-wind-energy-solar-energy-climate-change-denial
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Re: Re: Fossil Fuel Skulldugggery
« Reply #52 on: January 17, 2017, 04:51:12 pm »


January 17, 2017'

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From White House to State Houses, Hypocrisy Flourishes in 2017

Wouldn’t it be neat if there were a test to tell us whether certain political statements are honest expressions of an intellectual position or a convenient excuses for partisan ideology? Of course it would. And last week, we could’ve benefitted from it several times over.


First with the nomination of Rex Tillerson and many other special interest leaders.



Next with the now five hires from Goldman Sachs, even after his campaign promised to drain the swamp of special interest influence and attacked those with connections to the bank.

Another example is of course EPA Admin nominee Scott Pruitt. A report reported on by PoliticoPRO Friday shows that in 13 of the 14 cases where Pruitt co-sued the EPA with a corporation, that corporation had donated money to a political committee linked to Pruitt. How that squares with Trump, who repeatedly invoked the idea that his opponents were guilty of “pay to play,” is unknown.

And already, the start of the 2017 legislative year has brought even more examples of hypocrisy at the state level.

A favorite reason given for opposition to policies to promote renewable energy is that government shouldn’t be picking winners and losers. Is that more than just rhetoric to mask a pro-fossil fuel position? We’ll soon see, based on how many of those same voices speak out against a new bill in Wyoming. The proposed legislation would prevent utilities from using large-scale wind or solar. A lack of vociferous GOP pushback would indicate that the government should pick winners and losers, so long as coal wins and renewables lose.

You know how deniers rail against supposed political interference in academia? About how liberals are somehow influencing what college students learn? Apparently one conservative Arizona legislature thought that was a good idea, and introduced legislation to ban colleges from having any course, activity or event that deals with social justice or race. So far, no outrage from outlets that regularly warn against political influence in universities, like the Daily Caller.

Speaking of which, they recently ran an opinion piece attacking the Rockefeller foundation for funding Exxon investigations, bearing the headline Fake News: When Leftist Foundations Fund Activism Posing As Journalism. Despite mentioning that the left loves to attack the Koch brothers in this piece, they conveniently left out any mention of the hundreds of thousands of dollars the Koch foundation’s given the Daily Caller.   

The sad part is, that’s not even the most hypocritical fake news happening of last week. No, that distinction goes to Trump, who at his press conference refused to take a question from CNN, calling it fake news, and instead called on someone from Breitbart.

Breitbart, which just so happens to have sent its former chief to the Trump campaign. And is heavily financed by the Mercer family, who besides sending millions of dollars to climate denial organizations, were said to “basically own” the Trump campaign by an insider.

Assuming they’re not hypocrites, it should only be a matter of time before we see something in the Daily Caller about the Mercer family funding activism posing as journalism. 

We were going to say we’re holding our breath for that reporting, but considering what air quality is apt to be once Pruitt’s running the EPA, we might as well enjoy clean air while we can.   
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Re: Re: Fossil Fuel Skulldugggery
« Reply #53 on: January 22, 2017, 09:38:20 pm »

The Empire of Petroleum, (Part 1/4) Documentary 2017


Published on Jan 21, 2017
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« Reply #54 on: January 23, 2017, 05:16:14 pm »

The Empire of Petroleum, (Part 2/4) Documentary 2017



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« Reply #55 on: January 24, 2017, 06:52:29 pm »

The Empire of Petroleum, (Part 3/4) Documentary 2017
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« Reply #56 on: January 25, 2017, 06:51:58 pm »
Trump Administration Tells EPA to Cut Climate Change Page From Website

http://www.ecowatch.com/trump-epa-climate-page-2213948545.html

Federal Agencies Barred From Speaking to Press, Posting on Social Media

http://www.ecowatch.com/trump-gag-order-2213985518.html

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« Reply #57 on: January 25, 2017, 07:06:43 pm »
Government Agencies Defy Trump by Tweeting Climate Facts

http://www.ecowatch.com/badlands-national-park-trump-2213976759.html
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« Reply #58 on: January 25, 2017, 10:54:49 pm »
The Empire of Petroleum, (Part 4/4) Documentary 2017

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Medical Cannabis Spain 4 days ago

wouldn't surprise me if cancers are due to petroleum products across the board

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I believe radionuclides from nuclear explosions and power plants are the main cause of the worldwide increase in cancers from 1950 (when one in five people were expected to get cancer in their lives) to now when TWO out of FOUR people are expected to get cancer in their lives. But I do agree that the MAIN cause of Catastrophic climate Change is the CO2 pollution from the burning of fossil fuels. We either stop burning fossil fuels or we go extinct, PERIOD.       




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« Reply #59 on: January 30, 2017, 06:44:14 pm »
I'll probably write a full blog on this subject at some point, but right now I am pretty backed up and don't like to publish more than 2 of my own blogs/week, to give them a chance to be read.

However, I have to comment on this complete and utter stupidity in the first week of Trumpty-Dumpty's reign as POTUS.

This was so poorly orchestrated it is beyond belief!  :o  Even Modi's demonetization in India was better planned!  The whole Immigration Dept is in sheer chaos and nobody knows if they should follow the POTUS order, or the rescinding order of some Federal Judge? ???  The **** MSM is simply going WILD with this, and meanwhile hundreds if not thousands of people are in some kind of Limbo Land.  Even if they have a Green Card, if they happen to be overseas visiting somebody, they can't get back in the door.

However, bad and stupid as it is, just imagine the NIGHTMARE of trying to deport all the illegal Mexicans and other SA folks floating around out there in the FSoA!  These numbers are in the MILLIONS, not hundreds or thousands.  It's just nuts, and I am beginning to become convinced that in fact The Donald is quite insane.  He doesn't seem to have a CLUE about planning, and shooting from the hip every day on Twitter just keeps piling on his problems. He's not making ANY friends, ANYWHERE, not even in his own party!  Overseas, he is a complete pariah, with the exception of Vlad the Impaler who still seems to like him, but frankly I do not give that relationship a long lasting timeline.

Personality-wise, this won't cause The Donald to back down, rather he will DOUBLE-DOWN instead and become still more confrontational.  If he has the Koch Brothers against him, he is in some Deep Doo-Doo.

I am having trouble seeing The Donald staying above ground level for a full term at this point.  And I am not referencing his Underground Bunker with the Ford Models either.

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Koch and Trump ARE NOT disunited. Trump is part of the Koch team. Trump lied to the heartland saying he would support ethanol. Trump demonizes wind power, exactly in line with Koch propaganda. The ALLEGED animosity between Trump and Koch based on the ALLEGED lack of "contributions" made to the Trump campaign COMPLETELY ignores all the hidden fossil fuel industry money used to corrupt Trump that the Koch Brothers have ALWAYS been an integral part of.

Koch Versus Trump on "immigration" is a Propaganda FOOD FIGHT, nothing more.

It is expected that pro-Trump propagandists would want to fuel the fire of this food fight.  ;)

I will nowy post a video that conclusively shows how absolutely JOINED AT THE FOSSIL FUEL HIP the Trump Administration is with the Koch Brothers lackeys.

The fossil fuelers are ALL birds of a feather.



Where The Kochs Are Influencing Trump The Most


Alex Kotch PhD, Investigative Journalist. The Koch brothers refused to support Trump in the election, but now it looks like the band of billionaires are ready to work together to screw the American people. Alex Kotch reported at Alternet that so far, fully one-third of the Trump team has ties to the Koch brothers. But where does it look like the Kochs are trying to influence Trump the most? The Koch Brothers are Smiling... 

http://www.thomhartmann.com/bigpicture/where-kochs-are-influencing-trump-most
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