‘American Aboriginal Interference’

Here we have aboriginals in the U.S. who seem to think it’s their business to interfere with the Canadian economy while ignoring the oil industry expansion in their own country…

“Cedar George-Parker remembers the moment he decided to devote his life to defending ‘indigenous’ {‘hunter/gatherer’} people and their {ancestors’ former} ‘traditional territories’… George-Parker is among the ‘indigenous’ protesters in Washington state promising to fight the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. Activists call the project the ‘Standing Rock’ of the north, comparing it to the fierce Standing Rock Sioux protests that {illegally} stalled {but didn’t stop} the ‘Dakota Access Pipeline’ for months. 

“The Trans Mountain expansion — recently bought by {the government of} Canada for $4.5 billion — doesn’t only affect Canadian waters or land. The project will increase tanker traffic seven-fold in the Salish Sea, which borders British Columbia and Washington, and Kinder Morgan has noted the expansion potential of a connected 111-kilometre pipeline that runs from B.C.’s Fraser Valley to Washington refineries.
{Once again, no mention of the U.S. oil tankers that run daily down the west coast…}

“Many ‘indigenous’ activists trace their roots to both sides of the border. George-Parker’s father is from North Vancouver’s Tsleil-Waututh ‘Nation’ and his mother is from Washington’s ‘Tulalip Tribes’. He travels to B.C. often and in April disrupted a speech by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Vancouver.
{Which should have gotten him arrested…}

“‘Our people’ never had borders,”
{Complete ahistorical nonsense. This from the same person who talks about ‘traditional territories’!}
he said.
We still try not to let borders separate us.”
{What he means is they disrespect the nations of Canada and the U.S….}

Patricia Kelly, of the Sto:lo ‘First Nation’, during protest outside National Energy Board hearings on Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, Burnaby, B.C., Jan. 19, 2016.
(Darryl Dyck — CANADIAN PRESS)

“…Canada’s purchase of Trans Mountain is the latest example of wasted government money, he said. Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has criticized Trudeau’s government for buying the pipeline project, calling it a “major step backward” in the {fictitious} ‘climate change’ fight.

“Even though Inslee opposes the expansion, some protesters in his state don’t feel supported. Police arrested Janene Hampton in January and charged her with criminal trespassing after she and several other ‘indigenous’ women camped on the state capitol lawn to protest resource projects, including Trans Mountain.

“Hampton also camped at the Standing Rock protest for months {How can she afford to not have a job?}. She joined the movement against pipelines to protect the water, said Hampton, a member of the Colville Okanagan Tribe {2,029 people}, which has {her ancestors’ former, claimed} ‘traditional territories’ spanning B.C.’s southern Interior to northeast Washington.

One of the big fights for us as Aboriginal people is the whales,”
she said, adding they use sonar, and existing vessel noise has already disrupted their communication.
{Which you are only aware of due to modern technology.}

“Canada’s $1.5-billion oceans protection plan includes $7.2 million to increase the use of technologies that monitor underwater noise. It has also announced other steps to support the recovery of the endangered southern resident killer whale population, which lives in B.C. and Washington waters.
{While the so-called ‘indigenous’ protesters offer nothing…}

“The Canadian government often touts its oceans protection plan as “world-leading“, but as recently as May 2017, officials in Washington raised questions about Canada’s preparedness for an oil spill…

“Canada’s purchase of the project includes the Puget Sound pipeline, a 111-kilometre line that diverts from the existing Trans Mountain pipeline in B.C. and carries oil to four Washington refineries. Environmental groups now fear an expansion to the Puget Sound line, citing 2017 financial disclosure documents in which Kinder Morgan touted the potential for increasing capacity.

That is definitely a big concern,”

said Rebecca Ponzio, campaign director for ‘Stand Up to Oil’, a coalition of U.S. groups that oppose new oil terminals and coastal exports.

“Canada’s Department of Finance did not directly answer a question about whether it would consider expanding the Washington line, but it said it planned to follow Kinder Morgan’s 2018 construction schedule for the expansion of the pipeline in B.C. and Alberta.

“Trans Mountain, a subsidiary of Kinder Morgan, said market conditions dictate how much crude oil is transported through the Puget Sound pipeline. While the line could be expanded, the company expects the majority of the expansion capacity from the Trans Mountain project will be for export from a marine terminal in Burnaby, B.C.

“But protesters won’t ‘allow’ construction on the expansion to proceed without a fight.

That pipeline will never go through,”

said Paul Wagner, a member of the Saanich ‘First Nation’ {a ‘nation’ of 4,273 people} who lives in Redmond, Wash., and goes by the traditional name Cheoketen.

The people are rising up.”

–‘Indigenous protesters in Washington state declare Trans Mountain won’t be built’,
CTV News,
Laura Kane, Canadian Press, June 18, 2018

https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/indigenous-protesters-in-washington-state-declare-trans-mountain-won-t-be-built-1.3977656
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See also:
Throwing Their Weight Around’ (Kinder Morgan) {May 9, 2018}:
The race-based bullies are back at it again:
“Kinder Morgan does not have the required consent of ‘indigenous’ ‘nations’ {mostly extended families} along the pipeline and tanker route, and it never will.”
https://endracebasedlawcanadanews.wordpress.com/2018/05/09/throwing-their-weight-around/

https://www.facebook.com/ENDRACEBASEDLAWCANADANEWS/photos/a.1531914463803810.1073741828.1531342207194369/2001669720161613/?type=3

Pipeline Phobia’ (Standing Rock, U.S.) {November 23, 2016}:
“Dozens of people packed a free, public event {Paid for and initiated by U.S.-organized and funded ‘Leadnow’} Thursday evening in Vancouver to hear about how ‘direct-action’ {‘illegal’} protests have affected the ‘Dakota Access Pipeline’, and whether those tactics might ‘translate’ to ‘Kinder Morgan’s Burnaby Mountain project.”
https://endracebasedlaw.wordpress.com/2016/11/23/pipeline-phobia/

https://www.facebook.com/ENDRACEBASEDLAW/photos/a.336196793149227.59519.332982123470694/892458224189745/?type=3
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