Thursday, October 02, 2008

Sad to Say... It's the Money Honey - Our Share - and Not the Land or Environment!

When you read about indigenous people standing in the way of an an oil pipeline, you expect, hope perhaps, that it is to save the land, the environment - right? But, no our profit-first based culture has, I suppose, diluted their people and land first culture
[Red Pheasant Chief Sheldon Wuttunee was among the protesters, as Native leaders set up camp on the Enbridge Pipelines Inc. pipeline near Kerrobert to make it known they want a share in the construction and revenues. (Photograph by : Richard Marjan/The StarPhoenix)]Red Pheasant Chief Sheldon Wuttunee was among the protesters, as Native leaders set up camp on the Enbridge Pipelines Inc. pipeline near Kerrobert to make it known they want a share in the construction and revenues. (Photograph by : Richard Marjan/The StarPhoenix)
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