RCMP Raid Wet’suwet’en Posted byJeff KislingNovember 19, 2021Posted inIndigenous rights, LANDBACK, Native American, pipelines, Wet'suwet'en Here is the latest news about the Royal Canadian Mounted Police raid on the Wet’suwet’en territories. Our ancient allies again show us their support as we have done for centuries. We will also be connected and stand beside each other! https://t.co/IO21p4xdex— Gidimt’en Checkpoint (@Gidimten) November 19, 2021 Land defenders arrested on Wet’suwet’en territory as RCMP enforces Coastal GasLink injunction: https://t.co/lBb75Xu9Ys— Quakers Seekers (@quakers_seekers) November 19, 2021 "…serious concerns for the safety of Wet’suwet’en land defenders and their supporters, considering previous arrests and reports that officers deployed in 2019 were approved to use lethal oversight during the execution of the injunction order."https://t.co/z92DAwM23D— Gidimt’en Checkpoint (@Gidimten) November 19, 2021 Reports of arrests as RCMP are deployed onto #Wetsuweten territory. Report from @Gidimten. https://t.co/uN4M710yJK— It's Going Down (@IGD_News) November 19, 2021 Arrests reported as RCMP move to clear Wet'suwet'en pipeline resistance in B.C. for 3rd timehttps://t.co/S6islw0WLX— Jorge Barrera (@JorgeBarrera) November 18, 2021 As busloads of RCMP move towards Coyote Camp, roadblocks are being fortified at 63km on Cas Yikh territory. We will not back down.The time to take action in defense of Wet'suwet'en lands and waters is NOW. It's time to #ShutDownCanada#AllOutForWedzinKwa Photos: @m_tol pic.twitter.com/gFsSe0bGSW— Gidimt’en Checkpoint (@Gidimten) November 18, 2021 Dozens of heavily armed RCMP officers arrived en masse on Wet'suwet'en territory today, breached @Gidimten checkpoints and have made at least 15 arrests of land defenders. Tkaronto – ALL OUT in the morning to stand up to this colonial violence! #AllOutForWedzinKwa #TOpoli pic.twitter.com/iQuUpDq91N— Mining Injustice Solidarity Network (MISN) (@mininginjustice) November 19, 2021 If only these boys had been bullied less pic.twitter.com/O29UKZ18Ej— Kai Nagata (@kainagata) November 19, 2021 BC Pours Resources into RCMP Raid on Wet’suwet’en Territory during Provincial Climate Emergency: "Prioritizing fossil fuel expansion while British Columbians grapple with a climate emergency is an alarming, criminal and incredibly poor decision" https://t.co/qTT0nTTXNV pic.twitter.com/4dVKt55wtN— UBCIC (@UBCIC) November 19, 2021 One worker stuck in camp behind a blockade line says CoastalGasLink didn't tell pipeline crews they had been evicted from the territory. "A lot said they would have left," they told. "No one actually told us" @TheTyee https://t.co/3W9rsbFIY1— Gidimt’en Checkpoint (@Gidimten) November 18, 2021 The Haudenosaunee are rising to the occasion. Highway 6 Overpass #blocked … #haudenosauneestrong #wetsuwetenstrong #yourturn #justdoit pic.twitter.com/OebjzdjAaJ— Smogelgem (@smogelgem) November 18, 2021 Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
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