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DAPL is expected to drill anyway -- without a permit. Oceti Sakowin water protectors urged to stay in camp. The Army Corps of Engineers denied DAPL Permit. The announcement was made live in the Big Circle at Oceti Sakowin Camp, live on Standing Rock Spirit Resistance Radio, with Chairman Dave Archambault. Now from the Camp: DAPL is expected to pay the fines and continue drilling without a permit. At Oceti Sakowin Camp, they urged people not to leave the camp, because DAPL is expected to drill anyway, without a permit. "Stick around and make sure that doesn't happen." Listen live now on Standing Rock Spirit Resistance Radio, Sunday afternoon.
originally posted by: mikell
They have the permit but I bet it's delayed so every body can go home for Christmas and the big party in DC. Then away they go again.
originally posted by: Caver78
a reply to: LifeMode
You didn't read my link to Bloomberg news,
Any pipeline not completed financially will be then called a "stranded asset".
In the case of DAPL if they don't have oil pumping by Jan 1,2017 every single one of their shippers contracts are up for renegotiation. The original contracts were signed when the price of oil was high. So the company is going to take a massive financial hit already. Plus the Baaken fields aren't pumping the amount they'd anticipated so another loss for the company.
Karma isn't a bitch, she's MMA fighter and she's about to kick some serious a$$!
so lets see if it even gets re routed now
Energy Transfer Partners Chief Executive Kelcy Warren, who remained publicly silent on the pipeline for months as protests forced a halt in the pipeline's construction, told NBC News last month that he was "100 percent sure that the pipeline will be approved by a Trump administration," regardless of what the Army Corps ultimately decides.
and strictly from a conspiracy angle this delay probally aids in clearing out the protestors as hey it looks like they won and now cops dont have to in and clear any one out..... so effectively shutting down future protests by the ACOE closing down the site like they planned but every one going home happy thinking they won id say best thing to hope for is it remains re routed
Meanwhile, Sen. John Hoeven, R-North Dakota, said the decision"violates the rule of law and fails to resolve the issue. Instead, it passes the decision off to the next administration, which has already indicated it will approve the easement, and in the meantime perpetuates a difficult situation for North Dakotans." And House Speaker Paul Ryan called the ruling "big-government decision-making at its worst" on Twitter.
originally posted by: overanocean
a reply to: Deny Arrogance
I want the best for Native Americas Ancestral Land , but the motives of obama have nothing to do with love and respect for a people , his signature is nothing more than a poison ink.
originally posted by: Deny Arrogance
Weren't all permits secured years ago?
Did Obama just force the Army Corps of Engineers to renege?
I smell a a lawsuit against the Feds and us taxpayers will end up paying for Obama's authoritarianism yet again.