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The Indians' last fight?

A Norwegian-financed, controversial oil pumping has led to a Native American revolt in the United States.

“One day the earth will cry, it will plead for its life, shed tears of blood. You will have to choose whether to save the earth or let it die, and when it dies, you will die with it. "
John Hollow Horn, Oglala Lakota Indians, 1932

Mini Wiconi - Water is life! During this battle cry, the Standing Rock Sioux Indians are currently fighting the battle of their lives on the prairies of Dakota in the United States. Without weapons. Demonstrations against an oil pipeline to be laid under the Missouri / Cannonball River 500 meters north of the reserve, which is very important to the Sioux tribe, have been going on for several months. The planned North Dakota oil pipeline to be pumped frackingoil from the Bakken / Three Forks field is about 1900 km long and passes through the states of North Dakota, South Dakota and Iowa. Fracking is a controversial oil and gas extraction method where approximately 8000 tonnes of sand and several hundred tonnes of chemicals as well as 34 million liters of water under high pressure remain. . .

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Hans-Georg Kohler
Kohler is a regular reviewer for Ny Tid.

1 comment

  1. Nice that some Norwegians care about this case, even if you omit a lot of information. I myself have followed this case, among other things, through Democracy now! The only new thing for me in this article is that dnb has invested in the parent company, but when it comes to oil activities, Norwegians are double-minded, and ignorant in relation to the consequences of fossil fuels.

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