The Largest Native American Protest in HISTORY is Happening Right Now
Running through a similar pathway as that of the well known failed Keystone XL project, the Bakken Pipeline would run across the Ogallala aquifer and the Mississippi rivers through sovereign Native lands.
Dating back to 1989, the Exxon Valdez oil disaster springs to mind when we mention the last 30 years of history regarding production and distribution of oil. This creates doubt in many regarding the future investments in antiquated resources as they feel there is no monetary value in further pursuing this path. Europe and Asia are ever striving for a reduced carbon footprint and greener energy sources, whereas America is more interested in nostalgic energy sources.
Mr Fragoso continues with:
Would you instill your trust in America’s track records relating to oil disasters? Could we even remotely lay our trust in the very government and private industry when it comes to running major rivers and watersheds? Just imagine the possibilities of water contamination in areas spread over Texas to North Dakota!
What are your thoughts?