Permanent resistance to fracking and tar sands pipelines

http://www.indiegogo.com/project/badge/299143/13859The Unist’ot’en are planning another camp this summer. Well the encampment that’s currently blocking 8 gas and oil pipelines is a permanent thing, but the 4th annual action camp is slated for this summer. In anticipation for more visitors but also as a way to facilitate resistance to incursions of fossil fuel workers, the Unist’ot’en are raising money to build new facilities and be self sufficient. This is one of the most important struggles happening right now, and not just in North America. The Unist’ot’en resistance against oil and gas pipelines has global implications. If you’ve got cash to spare please donate to these brave warriors so they can continue build out a major choke-point to the fossil fools industry.

    This entry was posted on Friday, January 11, 2013 at 7:54 am and is poested under OTHER SHIT category.

    2 Responses to “Permanent resistance to fracking and tar sands pipelines”

  • Tony Nassivera says:

    There are people in this world who sit by and there are heroes. You are the former. As a teacher I will be posting your camp on my student’s access page.

  • Duncan McCallum says:

    Question if I may, why do you refer to it as tar sands ? The soil encapsulated hydrocarbon deposits around the globe don’t contain tar… not one of them has “tar” in them..

    D

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