Trump, Putin and Tillerson’s Big Oil Plans

***FACT CHECK REQUIRED*** Exxon Mobil, under Rex Tillerson, brokered a deal with Russia in 2013 for 60 million acres of Russian land to pump oil out of, but all that Russian oil went through pipelines in the Ukraine, who heavily taxed the proceeds, and were applying for admission into NATO at the time. Putin subsequently … Continue reading Trump, Putin and Tillerson’s Big Oil Plans

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Update on Standing Rock and Sophia Wilansky

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 22nd, 2016 at 9:00am CST For Press Conference information contact medichealercouncil@gmail.com Prepared by Standing Rock Medic & Healer Council at the Standing Rock Dakota Access Pipeline Resistance Camps On November 21st as a direct result of the violent police response at Standing Rock towards unarmed people opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline, … Continue reading Update on Standing Rock and Sophia Wilansky

Compelete list of banks funding Dakota Access Pipeline and how to contact them.

Here are names of CEOs and other bank executives involved in these decisions—along with their phone numbers and email addresses. The first 17 banks (*) are directly funding the Dakota Access pipeline:   Wells Fargo* CEO John Stumpf John.G.Stumpf@wellsfargo.com BoardCommunications@wellsfargo.com 866-249- 3302   Corporate Office: Wells Fargo 420 Montgomery Street San Francisco, CA 94104   … Continue reading Compelete list of banks funding Dakota Access Pipeline and how to contact them.

Ruling: Nestlé can continue to pump water out of CA National Forest on expired-since-1988 permit

The bottle makes that water taste fancy! Federal Judge Jesus G. Bernal says that the lapsed permit from 1988 that has allowed Nestlé water-bottling rights in the San Bernardino Mountains for $524 a year the last 27 years is not the grounds for stopping the bottling giant’s continued pumping of water out of the drought-stricken … Continue reading Ruling: Nestlé can continue to pump water out of CA National Forest on expired-since-1988 permit

Federal Court Denies Request to Turn Off Nestle Spigot Despite Decades of Water-taking in San Bernardino National Forest

Despite Expired Permit Harming Strawberry Creek, Court Allows National Forest,Nestlé to Continue Business as Usual RIVERSIDE, Calif.— A federal court today declared Nestlé’s reliance on a long-expired permit valid, ruling in favor of the U.S. Forest Service for allowing the Swiss conglomerate to continue its use of a four-mile pipeline that siphons water from the … Continue reading Federal Court Denies Request to Turn Off Nestle Spigot Despite Decades of Water-taking in San Bernardino National Forest