Native Americans call pipelines ‘black snakes’ that have a poison bite. The poisonous black snake pollutes the water, the air, the soil and the people with heavy metal radioactive and chemical poisons that end up killing everything they touch. This snake is more deadly than the most poisonous pit viper. But there is so much money involved in selling this black snake’s poisonous venom to willing customers, that anything and everything is justified to get rid of anyone resisting this suicidal profit making monopoly.
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