Water is Life


spaminator
#31
for a sec I thought it said walter is life.
 
Cliffy
#32
BREAKING: North Dakota Calls National Guard To Squash Sioux Pipeline Protest

The Standing Rock Sioux battle to protect their sacred sites from being destroyed by a giant oil pipeline has just taken a shocking turn. The Governor of North Dakota, Republican Jack Dalrymple has called in the National Guard to deal with the massive group of protesters that has congregated to stand up for the rights of Native Americans.
Tensions are running very high between the private security forces hired by contractor Energy Transfer Partners and the protesters from over 200 Native American tribes from around the country. Corporate goons have already inflicted a swath of injuries on the protesters with their use of attack dogs over the weekend and police have arrested over 37 for such ridiculous charges as “preventing arrest,” “disorderly conduct,” and “trespassing” – but did nothing when the oilmen began bulldozing ancient burial sites before they had the proper paperwork to do so. A judge has issued an emergency restraining order until the formal hearing on the legality of the $3.8 billion pipeline, which spans four states and areas that the United States has ceded to local Native American tribes by treaty.


BREAKING: North Dakota Calls National Guard To Squash Sioux Pipeline Protest
 
petros
+2
#33
Bummer for the protestors. The sacred oil must flow.
 
PoliticalNick
+3
#34
I'm sure all those protesters rode their horses cross country to get there.
 
Cliffy
+1
#35
 
Danbones
+1
#36
If All the World Were Apple Pie

If all the world were apple pie,
And all the sea were ink,
And all the trees were bread and cheese,
What would we have to drink?

Nursery Rhyme

I thought we had this all figured out at three years old
apparently I wuz wrong

"Clinton was quick last week to praise President Obama’s stricter rules on coal-fired power plants, vowing to both defend and build on them. Her stance won plaudits from environmentalists within her party, but unions, a key constituency, are concerned she has yet to say how tougher climate rules will affect coal industry jobs.

“We would like to see some more specifics regarding her energy policies,” said Phil Smith, a spokesman for the United Mine Workers Association, which represents about 80,000 workers.

Roland “Butch” Taylor, a business manager at the Plumber & Pipefitters Local 396, a union in Boardman, Ohio, said he hopes Clinton does not cater solely to “voodoo environment concerns.”

“A candidate should be pushing for clean coal technology until alternative energy is available,” Taylor said."
Hillary Clinton's Shifting Rhetoric On Coal Is A Departure From Her Coal Miner Roots | Huffington Post

"Competition is a sin." - John D. Rockefeller
Read more at: Competition is a sin. - John D. Rockefeller at BrainyQuote
Standard Oil Co. Inc. was an American oil producing, transporting, refining, and marketing company. Established in 1870 by John D. Rockefeller as a corporation in Ohio, it was the largest oil refiner in the world of its time.[7] Its controversial history as one of the world's first and largest multinational corporations ended in 1911, when the United States Supreme Court ruled that Standard Oil was an illegal monopoly.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_Oil

lather rinse repeat
 
PoliticalNick
#37
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

You gonna power you computer with water? What about your car? Heat your house? Get rid of anything plastic in your life? How about synthetic clothing? You got no idea how much you rely on oil, you morons just have this stupid idea the world will be so much better without using any fossil fuels but don't realize that last happened in the stone age. You want to live in the stone age skippy?
 
Cliffy
#38
"In my Ancestors wildest Dreams":



The ever so tragic story of a brave, brave resilient people who have suffered grave injustice, land & resource theft & slaughter by the US government from the 1800's onward & now filthy corporation interests. They steal & trample the dignity of these honorable people over & over again & yet they stand & love the land far, far more than any of the thieves do! Yes the gathering of the Spirit & Heart in such numbers is indeed a beautiful picture beyond words, yet most god damned whites are too stupid to see it! - James Buik
 
PoliticalNick
#39
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

"In my Ancestors wildest Dreams":



The ever so tragic story of a brave, brave resilient people who have suffered grave injustice, land & resource theft & slaughter by the US government from the 1800's onward & now filthy corporation interests. They steal & trample the dignity of these honorable people over & over again & yet they stand & love the land far, far more than any of the thieves do! Yes the gathering of the Spirit & Heart in such numbers is indeed a beautiful picture beyond words, yet most god damned whites are too stupid to see it! - James Buik

Until they get paid off...then they wont care so much about the land.
 
Cliffy
#40
Quote: Originally Posted by PoliticalNick View Post

Until they get paid off...then they wont care so much about the land.

Trying to educate the willfully ignorant is not my job. If you think the world cannot live without oil, you obviously are willfully ignorant. There are ten thousand people there from many tribes, races and creeds. This has turned into a do or die effort to save, not only water, but your sorry azzes as well. Nobody is going to be paid off. You can't drink oil.
 
PoliticalNick
+1
#41
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

Trying to educate the willfully ignorant is not my job. If you think the world cannot live without oil, you obviously are willfully ignorant. There are ten thousand people there from many tribes, races and creeds. This has turned into a do or die effort to save, not only water, but your sorry azzes as well. Nobody is going to be paid off. You can't drink oil.

We got lots of fresh water, not worried about it.

My question stands, Do you have any petroleum related products or services in your life? Because if you haven't given it all up, and I mean all of it, you can go f^ck yourself! Obviously you are on a computer made with plastic and using electricity so your answer is no and, well, self-fornication is in your future.
 
Cliffy
#42
More Tribes Head to Standing Rock on Canoe Paddle Down Missouri River




This comes as resistance to the Dakota Access pipeline builds across the United States. A group of nearly 20 canoes has launched from Bismarck and is making its way down the Missouri River on a three-day paddle to the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. One of the canoe crews hails from the Tlingit and Haida tribes in Alaska.


More Tribes Head to Standing Rock on Canoe Paddle Down Missouri River | Democracy Now!
 
PoliticalNick
+1
#43
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

More Tribes Head to Standing Rock on Canoe Paddle Down Missouri River




This comes as resistance to the Dakota Access pipeline builds across the United States. A group of nearly 20 canoes has launched from Bismarck and is making its way down the Missouri River on a three-day paddle to the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. One of the canoe crews hails from the Tlingit and Haida tribes in Alaska.


More Tribes Head to Standing Rock on Canoe Paddle Down Missouri River | Democracy Now!

I'm betting they didn't paddle that canoe all the way from Alaska did they? They shipped it using oil didn't they? HYPOCRITES!!!

Looks like they're wearing styrofoam life-jackets and synthetic clothing and I would guess that's petroleum based paint on the boat.

Don't feel pressured to respond Cliffy...we already know you're a big hypocrite too.
 
TenPenny
+3
#44
Most water is now transported in plastic pipes.


Does that make your head explode?
 
taxslave
+1
#45
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

BREAKING: North Dakota Calls National Guard To Squash Sioux Pipeline Protest

The Standing Rock Sioux battle to protect their sacred sites from being destroyed by a giant oil pipeline has just taken a shocking turn. The Governor of North Dakota, Republican Jack Dalrymple has called in the National Guard to deal with the massive group of protesters that has congregated to stand up for the rights of Native Americans.
Tensions are running very high between the private security forces hired by contractor Energy Transfer Partners and the protesters from over 200 Native American tribes from around the country. Corporate goons have already inflicted a swath of injuries on the protesters with their use of attack dogs over the weekend and police have arrested over 37 for such ridiculous charges as “preventing arrest,” “disorderly conduct,” and “trespassing” – but did nothing when the oilmen began bulldozing ancient burial sites before they had the proper paperwork to do so. A judge has issued an emergency restraining order until the formal hearing on the legality of the $3.8 billion pipeline, which spans four states and areas that the United States has ceded to local Native American tribes by treaty.


BREAKING: North Dakota Calls National Guard To Squash Sioux Pipeline Protest

Nice to see a government stand up for what is right once in a while.

Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

"In my Ancestors wildest Dreams":



The ever so tragic story of a brave, brave resilient people who have suffered grave injustice, land & resource theft & slaughter by the US government from the 1800's onward & now filthy corporation interests. They steal & trample the dignity of these honorable people over & over again & yet they stand & love the land far, far more than any of the thieves do! Yes the gathering of the Spirit & Heart in such numbers is indeed a beautiful picture beyond words, yet most god damned whites are too stupid to see it! - James Buik

Looks like the lineup on welfare wednesday.

Quote: Originally Posted by TenPenny View Post

Most water is now transported in plastic pipes.


Does that make your head explode?

We could go back to teralite pipe.
 
PoliticalNick
+1
#46
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

Looks like the lineup on welfare wednesday.

The payday is bigger from the corporations, that's why so many are at the protest.
 
petros
#47
Cliff would be there be he is a felon and status non grata in America.
 
Danbones
#48
yeah the exxon valdez is proof oil is completely safe
hopefully they don't let any drunktards light this pipe
It will be in peaces all right

"Largest Oil Spills Affecting U.S. Waters Since 1969"
http://response.restoration.noaa.gov...ters-1969.html

if some of you olives have anything to with safety, I hope you wear your helmets

This week's oil spill from the trans-Alaska pipeline totaled about 5,000 barrels, making it the third-largest spill ever from the 800-mile pipeline.
http://www.adn.com/economy/article/t...ls/2010/05/28/

thats just THIS WEEK'S SPILL....
Last edited by Danbones; Sep 9th, 2016 at 05:24 PM..
 
Cliffy
#49
News
The Obama administration just made a major announcement on the Dakota Access Pipeline

Tom Cahill | September 9, 2016

The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) has announced it will be temporarily halting construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline effective immediately.
The ruling came down shortly after a federal judge sided with the pipeline companies in denying a motion filed by indigenous tribes to stop pipeline construction. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers had granted permits to Energy Transfer Partners’ family of companies to build a $3.8 billion, 1100-mile pipeline crossing four states that would carry as many as 578,000 barrels of oil per day across indigenous land and the Missouri River, which supplies drinking water to approximately 17 million people.
However, according to the joint statement issued by the DOJ and the Department of the Interior Friday afternoon, construction of a critical part of the pipeline has been indefinitely put on hold.


The statement also affirmed President Obama’s previously stated commitment to respect indigenous rights and tribal sovereignty.
“[T]his case has highlighted the need for a serious discussion on whether there should be nationwide reform with respect to considering tribes’ views on these types of infrastructure projects,” the statement read. “Therefore, this fall, we will invite tribes to formal, government-to-government consultations on two questions: (1) within the existing statutory framework, what should the federal government do to better ensure meaningful tribal input into infrastructure-related reviews and decisions and the protection of tribal lands, resources, and treaty rights; and (2) should new legislation be proposed to Congress to alter that statutory framework and promote those goals.”
Lastly, the DOJ applauded indigenous activists for exercising their constitutional rights to free speech and free assembly to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline, saying that federal resources would be utilized to make sure Native Americans’ right to protest is protected.
“In recent days, we have seen thousands of demonstrators come together peacefully, with support from scores of sovereign tribal governments, to exercise their First Amendment rights and to voice heartfelt concerns about the environment and historic, sacred sites. It is now incumbent on all of us to develop a path forward that serves the broadest public interest,” the statement read.


The Obama administration just made a major announcement on the Dakota Access Pipeline
 
PoliticalNick
#50
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

News
The Obama administration just made a major announcement on the Dakota Access Pipeline

Tom Cahill | September 9, 2016

The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) has announced it will be temporarily halting construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline effective immediately.
The ruling came down shortly after a federal judge sided with the pipeline companies in denying a motion filed by indigenous tribes to stop pipeline construction. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers had granted permits to Energy Transfer Partners’ family of companies to build a $3.8 billion, 1100-mile pipeline crossing four states that would carry as many as 578,000 barrels of oil per day across indigenous land and the Missouri River, which supplies drinking water to approximately 17 million people.
However, according to the joint statement issued by the DOJ and the Department of the Interior Friday afternoon, construction of a critical part of the pipeline has been indefinitely put on hold.


The statement also affirmed President Obama’s previously stated commitment to respect indigenous rights and tribal sovereignty.
“[T]his case has highlighted the need for a serious discussion on whether there should be nationwide reform with respect to considering tribes’ views on these types of infrastructure projects,” the statement read. “Therefore, this fall, we will invite tribes to formal, government-to-government consultations on two questions: (1) within the existing statutory framework, what should the federal government do to better ensure meaningful tribal input into infrastructure-related reviews and decisions and the protection of tribal lands, resources, and treaty rights; and (2) should new legislation be proposed to Congress to alter that statutory framework and promote those goals.”
Lastly, the DOJ applauded indigenous activists for exercising their constitutional rights to free speech and free assembly to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline, saying that federal resources would be utilized to make sure Native Americans’ right to protest is protected.
“In recent days, we have seen thousands of demonstrators come together peacefully, with support from scores of sovereign tribal governments, to exercise their First Amendment rights and to voice heartfelt concerns about the environment and historic, sacred sites. It is now incumbent on all of us to develop a path forward that serves the broadest public interest,” the statement read.


The Obama administration just made a major announcement on the Dakota Access Pipeline

This is not quite right. The executive branch does not have constitutional authority to overrule the judicial branch. It is in fact quite the opposite. I also question how a 'sovereign' tribe can invoke constitutional rights. Sovereign implies separate and apart with it's own constitution ergo NOT a part of the USA. I know the legal stuff is meaningless to you and the other indians unless it is in your favour but really...

You still haven't addressed how much of a hypocrite you and all these protesters are. When are you giving up every petroleum based product or service Zippy?
 
Curious Cdn
#51
I'll bet that every house on the Res has a half dozen snowmobiles in various states of disrepair, an equal number of Quads and two and a half pick up trucks, outside. Hypocracy, eh?
 
Cliffy
+1
#52
Quote: Originally Posted by PoliticalNick View Post

You still haven't addressed how much of a hypocrite you and all these protesters are. When are you giving up every petroleum based product or service Zippy?

Do you really think I give a good gawd damn what you think, you ignorant racist dick wad?
 
HarperCons
+1
#53
The former CEO of Nestle said water isn't a human right.
The current CEO also agrees with him.


Views on water
Brabeck-Letmathe (credited as Peter Brabeck) appeared in the 2005 documentary We Feed the World and while speaking on the subject of water, he said "It’s a question of whether we should privatize the normal water supply for the population. And there are two different opinions on the matter. The one opinion, which I think is extreme, is represented by the NGOs, who bang on about declaring water a public right. That means that as a human being you should have a right to water. That’s an extreme solution. The other view says that water is a foodstuff like any other, and like any other foodstuff it should have a market value." He added, "Personally, I believe it's better to give a foodstuff a value so that we're all aware it has its price, and then that one should take specific measures for the part of the population that has no access to this water."[4][5] Following controversy on social media about these remarks, he stated that he does believe that water for basic hygiene and drinking is indeed a human right. He went on to say that his remarks were intended to address overconsumption by some while others suffered from lack of water and further that his remarks were taken out of context by the documentary.[6][7]

This despicable clown thinks it's extreme to say water is a public right.
 
taxslave
+1
#54
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

Do you really think I give a good gawd damn what you think, you ignorant racist dick wad?

We know you don't care about the economy or working people so it stands to reason you don't like Nick.

Quote: Originally Posted by HarperCons View Post

The former CEO of Nestle said water isn't a human right.
The current CEO also agrees with him.


Views on water
Brabeck-Letmathe (credited as Peter Brabeck) appeared in the 2005 documentary We Feed the World and while speaking on the subject of water, he said "It’s a question of whether we should privatize the normal water supply for the population. And there are two different opinions on the matter. The one opinion, which I think is extreme, is represented by the NGOs, who bang on about declaring water a public right. That means that as a human being you should have a right to water. That’s an extreme solution. The other view says that water is a foodstuff like any other, and like any other foodstuff it should have a market value." He added, "Personally, I believe it's better to give a foodstuff a value so that we're all aware it has its price, and then that one should take specific measures for the part of the population that has no access to this water."[4][5] Following controversy on social media about these remarks, he stated that he does believe that water for basic hygiene and drinking is indeed a human right. He went on to say that his remarks were intended to address overconsumption by some while others suffered from lack of water and further that his remarks were taken out of context by the documentary.[6][7]

This despicable clown thinks it's extreme to say water is a public right.

He is right. Water does have a value. After basic needs of all animals water used for such things as golf courses, lawns and car washes should pay.
Or in your case the government should pay.
 
PoliticalNick
#55
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

I'll bet that every house on the Res has a half dozen snowmobiles in various states of disrepair, an equal number of Quads and two and a half pick up trucks, outside. Hypocracy, eh?

You forgot the 3 mattresses and 2 couches..or 2 mattresses and 3 couches.
 
HarperCons
#56
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

We know you don't care about the economy or working people so it stands to reason you don't like Nick.



He is right. Water does have a value. After basic needs of all animals water used for such things as golf courses, lawns and car washes should pay.
Or in your case the government should pay.

**** Golf Courses and Lawns you dumb piece of ****. Do you just naturally deep-throat bourgie cock or does it take some effort?
 
PoliticalNick
+1
#57
Quote: Originally Posted by HarperCons View Post

**** Golf Courses and Lawns you dumb piece of ****. Do you just naturally deep-throat bourgie cock or does it take some effort?

I doubt he is as good as you at swallowing semen. You should return to punching yourself in the face all day.
 
HarperCons
#58
Quote: Originally Posted by PoliticalNick View Post

I doubt he is as good as you at swallowing semen. You should return to punching yourself in the face all day.

You couldn't be witty if you were offered a billion dollars , you dumb son of a bitch.
 
PoliticalNick
#59
Quote: Originally Posted by HarperCons View Post

You couldn't be witty if you were offered a billion dollars , you dumb son of a bitch.

Yes I'm horribly droll, but at least I don't punch myself in the face all day like you.
 
HarperCons
#60
I only punch myself in the face when I'm drunk, because I can't feel it.