Fight the Pipelines: Answering the call to action
February 8, 2014
What’s happening? What should we do? What happens next?
WORK HAS STARTED ON THE PIPELINE ROUTE
It’s not clear exactly how much work has been done on the Pacific Trail and Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline route. Most likely they are clearing trees and brush. Worst case: They are digging trenches and laying pipe already. The info from Unis’tot’en Camp says the work is starting from the east and west and it will meet the indigenous blockade in the middle. http://unistotencamp.com/?p=761Background: Pacific Trail is the gas pipeline from the fracking fields in NE BC to Kitimat. It was approved in 2012. Pacific Trail shares a right-of-way with the Enbridge Northern Gateway tarsands pipeline to Kitimat, set to be approved by the Harper Government any moment.
We know this game is rigged. It’s time to play a new game.
GET READY – the Harper Government is about to announce final approval for the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline. it will be up to us to respond in a way they can’t ignore. Everyone who loves this land, its coasts and rivers – get ready to stand up and raise hell.
WHAT SHOULD WE DO?
- Organize near home.
- Decide what groups you want to support. Buddy up – look at your networks and choose people to conspire with.
- Brainstorm strategies that will make a big splash and slow down business as usual.
- Pledge to stand up with indigenous people to block the pipelines.
- Stockpile non-perishable food and camping gear to supply front-line responders.
- Host bake sales, pancake breakfasts, yard sales and benefit shows to raise funds.
- Pass the hat to your friends and neighbours.
- Support the Caravan http://wildcoast.ca/caravan and the EcoWarriors Legal Trust: http://gofundme.com/ecowarriors
- Make No Pipelines signs and banners.
- Be ready to take to the streets.
Join the Action Trainings March 29-31 in Victoria and April 5-6 in Vancouver (details to be announced.)
CELEBRATE our RESISTANCE and our LOVE for MOTHER EARTH!
Posted on February 9, 2014, in Oil & Gas and tagged Enbridge, Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline, Enbridge pipeline, Indigenous resistance, native blockades, native resistance, oil and gas pipelines+Indigenous resistance, Pacific Trails Pipeline, Unis’tot’en, Unistoten camp, Wet'suwet'en. Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.