Federal Judge Rules That The Public Has No Right To Know About Dakota Pipeline Spills

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As most of you reading this most likely know, America was inhabited by several million indigenous people prior to the arrival of European aristocracy. Scholars have estimated that, prior to the ‘discovery’ of the Americas by Europeans, the pre-contact era population could have been as high as 100 million people. American anthropologist and ethnohistorian Henry F. Dobyns, most known for his published research on American Indians and Hispanic peoples in Latin and North America, estimated that more than one hundred and twelve million people inhabited the Americas prior to European arrival. He approximated that ten million alone inhabited an area north of the Rio Grande before European contact. In 1983, he revised that number to upwards of eighteen million.

What ensued was a massive genocide, the biggest one in the history of our planet and the loss of spiritual teachings and values that must return back to our planet today if…

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4 thoughts on “Federal Judge Rules That The Public Has No Right To Know About Dakota Pipeline Spills

  1. […] via Federal Judge Rules That The Public Has No Right To Know About Dakota Pipeline Spills — Footprints… […]

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    • Our world and our lives have been overtaken by darkness! Corporations dictate our lives–how clever of them to give themselves a generic name, so less able to pin anyone down. The same thing has happened here in Wisconsin this last month–okayed by our Democrative governor that I voted for! He has lost my support–needless to say! It is NOW a felony to protest Oil Companies in Wisconsin, even if they drive the pipeline through your own bought property! Yes, and of course, going over lands that belong to the Native Americans. Greed is the darkness enveloping this nation. God help us all!

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  2. Disgraceful! Another unspeakable action taken by our country’s leaders and judges.

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