Trump Thugs Hit Standing Rock, Swat, Bulldozers Just Like Israel


… from  Russia Today, Moscow

Military vehicles, bulldozers and riot-geared police have moved into the Oceti Sakowin camp near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in North Dakota, intended to clear out the remaining protesters against the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Live-streams from across the Cannon Ball River showed police, including state troopers from Wisconsin, and what looked like National Guard troops entering the mostly abandoned encampment on Thursday morning, accompanied with armored vehicles and construction equipment.

About 100 protesters remained in the camp on Wednesday, defying the deadline for evacuation ordered by North Dakota’s governor.

“Today’s expulsion is a continuation of a centuries old practice, where the US Government forcefully removes Indigenous people from our lands and territories,” executive director of the Indigenous Environmental Network Tom Goldtooth said in a statement, calling the forced evacuations “a violent and unnecessary infringement on the constitutional right of water protectors to peacefully protest and exercise their freedom of speech.”


Oceti Sakowin, or “Seven Council Fires,” is the native name for the Sioux nation. The protest camp was set up north of the Standing Rock Sioux reservation. The tribe has tried to stop the construction on the segment of the Dakota Access Pipeline under Lake Oahe, on grounds that it endangered their water supply.

Thousands of environmental activists, Native Americans and even US military veterans have taken part in protests that began in March 2016.


All content herein is owned by author exclusively.  Expressed opinions are NOT necessarily the views of VT, authors, affiliates, advertisers, sponsors, partners, technicians or Veterans Today Network (VT).  Some content may be satirical in nature. 
All images within are full responsibility of author and NOT VT.
About VT - Read Full Policy Notice - Comment Policy


  1. Just as an example, I talked to a man 2 weeks ago, who currently flies helicopter for NYS police, retired Army, ex Rochester City police officer, and sits on his town zoning board. He had not even heard of Standing Rock nor was he aware of any situation in North Dakota. Unicorn Riot got good footage and interviews, but they had to be ready to run because Reporting is now against the Law in North Dakota.
    In contrast, ABC was given special access and protected by police while other media was arrested. Also, the Police broke their word to respect certain sacred structures and smashed an inipi, (sweat lodge) with a particularly spiteful tone. One tribal chairman, compared it to “What if Indians burned a church in Bismarck ? ” I highly recommend folks get more familiar with their local zoning boards. You are all now in Gaza.

Comments are closed.