More TERRORIST TWITTER THREATS to the WESTERN COUNTRIES, YIKES ! – WHAT and NO MSM coverage ? – JAN 09 2019 – AMAZING WORK ANONS !

More TERRORIST TWITTER THREATS to the WESTERN COUNTRIES, YIKES

WHAT and NO MSM coverage ?

 

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Once the democratic system collapses in western countries including Canadawhich will happen in the near future you and Rahaf will witness the savagery of men around you be raped slaves in the best circumstances

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THE TWEETS above you would no believe the TERRORIST threats on it lately, way longer even. MANY immigrants BEGGING to get into CANADA right now.

Maybe stop building pipelines through First Nations lands?

 

 

Meanwhile, up North, Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is calling in armed police to evict indigenous protesters so that (yes the same company building Keystone XL) can build…a natural gas pipeline!

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Canada: indigenous anti-pipeline protesters call police presence ‘act of war

Police officers deployed near checkpoint where protesters have gathered to block the construction of a natural gas pipeline

Indigenous leaders and others demonstrate on 10 March 2018 against a different pipeline expansion by Kinder Morgan in British Columbia, Canada.
Indigenous leaders and others demonstrate on 10 March 2018 against a different pipeline expansion by Kinder Morgan in British Columbia, Canada. Photograph: Jason Redmond/AFP/Getty Images

Indigenous protesters in Canada have called a growing police presence near their makeshift checkpoint “an act of war”, as tensions mount over a stalled pipeline project in northern British Columbia.

In defiance of a court order, dozens of protesters have gathered on a logging road nearly 700km (430 miles) north-west of Vancouver, to block the construction of a natural gas pipeline.

“We want them right off Wet’suwet’en territory,” Chief Madeek, a hereditary leader, told reporters at the gates of the checkpoint, where temperatures have dipped to -15C (5F).

On Monday, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police announced they would enforce a court order to remove the demonstrators from the area, and at least 10 police cars and a helicopter arrived at the protest camp.

“The conflict between the oil and gas industries, indigenous communities, and governments all across the province has been ongoing for a number of years. This has never been a police issue. In fact, the BC RCMP is impartial and we respect the rights of individuals to peaceful, lawful and safe protest,” they said in a statement.

Energy company TransCanada is attempting to build the Coastal GasLink, a 670km line stretching from Dawson Creek to the coastal city of Kitimat. The C$6.2bn (US$4.6bn) project is part of a broader plan to ramp up natural gas exports in the province.

The company has previously said it has the support of all elected indigenous leaders along the proposed route, but Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs have signaled they do not support the project – and argue that elected band leaders are not in the position to negotiate with the company.

“They’re not the title-holders or the caretakers of the land. The hereditary chiefs are,” said Madeek.

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The pipeline project has previously faced numerous delays, after a group of protesters constructed a blockade – named Unist’ot’en Camp – in order to prevent construction vehicles from accessing the area.

On 14 December, a British Columbia court granted TransCanada an injunction permitting them access to the construction site and ordering the removal of the blockade. Within days, activists erected the new barrier, named the Gidimt’en checkpoint.

On Sunday, Unist’ot’en Camp issued a statement of support for the Gidimt’en checkpoint: “The RCMP’s ultimatum, to allow TransCanada access to unceded Wet’suwet’en territory or face police invasion, is an act of war. Canada is now attempting to do what it has always done – criminalize and use violence against indigenous people so that their unceded homelands can be exploited for profit.”

Both the Unist’ot’en and Gitimd’en are part of the five clans which make up the Wet’suwet’en.

In recent years, British Columbia has been the site of a number of high-profile legal cases surrounding the issue of land title. Because few of the province’s First Nations signed treaties with colonial governments, the courts have often been the arbiters of land rights disputes.

The Delgamuukw v British Columbia case – which covers part of the Wet’suwet’en territory – previously found that indigenous rights to their historical territory are not “extinguished” for lack of a treaty.

Wet’suwet’en claim they retain title to the land and as a result, have sole authority to deny or grant access to the territory.

The pipeline feud comes as energy companies in Canada are facing numerous delays and barriers to their infrastructure projects, including environmental assessments and adequate consultations with indigenous communities on whose territory the projects would pass through.

Another high-profile pipeline project, Trans Mountain, was halted over the summer after a federal court determined indigenous communities had not been adequately consulted during the approvals process.

British Columbia premier John Horgan, who made headlines for his fight against the Trans Mountain pipeline, has cheered on the C$40bn liquid natural gas project – of which the Coastal GasLink is a critical piece – citing the large number of jobs and revenue that will result from its completion.

While the provincial government has said the facility will be the cleanest of its kind in the world, a report from the Pembina Institute found that the project would increase the province’s emissions by 8.6 megatonnes by 2030.

Protesters at the Gitimd’en checkpoint have vowed to prevent the project from being built on their territory.

“This is what we’re here for, is to protect the 22,000 sq km and this section of the territory for our grandchildren and our great-great-grandchildren that aren’t even born yet so they can enjoy what we enjoy today out on the territory,” said Madeek.

This article was amended on 8 January 2019 to make clear that a photograph shows protesters at a demonstration against a separate pipeline project in March 2018

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This is a reality Canada needs to grapple with; history can help contextualize and highlight that is part of a larger pattern of the creation + deployment of Mounties as a force for colonial +capitalist interests. That SHOULD make us angry, but not at me or history

CANADA SPEAKS this is all on TWITTER

Some on YOUTUBE

‘A sad day’: Protest held in Ottawa over RCMP arrests at B.C. blockade

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NDP MP Romeo Saganash says he is saddened by the government’ssilence” after the RCMP arrested 14 people at a northern B.C. blockade by members of a First Nation. A march was held in Ottawa on Tuesday to protest the intervention.

 

 

 

GUESS TRUDEAU’S $ 600 million to THE JESUIT LYING NEWS is paying off.

 

 

 

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PRETTY COOL when you SEE ANONYMOUS DOING “Q” INFO. AMAZING! KEEP-UP THE GREAT WORKS “QANONS and ALL ANONS – WORLDWIDE

SO MANY BEAUTIFUL SOULS are DEPENDING on the GOOD ALLIANCE MILITARIES, POLICE, INTEL  etc of the LIGHT for JUSTIN.

WHEN will the rest of the CANADIAN POLICE FORCE = WAKE-UP ?

PLEASE HELP US – STOP TERRORISM – as the US, in the WEST TO SETS AN EXAMPLE FOR ALL and GOD-BLESS ALL = YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL SOULS HELPING with the FREEDOM and PEACE. And THOSE that are keeping your IDENTITY SECRET that is on the side of JUSTICE and FREEDOM, MANY of us are so sick of the LIES as it has CONFUSED so many even myself at TIMES.

AS in some PEOPLEKIND are JUST NOT who they say they are.

I AM SO IMPRESSED and ALL are SO SPECIAL to the LIGHT FORCES of ALL BEINGS and the HEAVENS, GALAXIES and UNIVERSES. I guess the WAR is going-on with this being LAST ONE = HOPEFULLY against these DARK FORCES of EVIL, DEMONS, DRACO’S etc. Pleaidian Prophecy/Gog/Magog ?

Just 8 DAYS INTO the NEW YEAR and things are LOOKING-UP and those ARRESTS many have been waiting 5, 10 20 years and longer. MANY THOUSANDS for the GALACTICS, I guess ?

‘AMAZING WORK ANONS !

 

 

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