All across the world corporations are destroying our way of life and ability to live peacefully.
All across the world the Clans are uniting to fight against the rise of the darkness.
This earth is your life line.
Defend it, and MORE than that... LETS SUPPORT OUR TROOPS!!! #Natives #Aboriginees #NativeAmericans the people who honor Gaia and put their lives on the line to stand by her as humans cast her to the wayside for a slice of material "Wealth".
And that friends- is how you do it. #nokxl take notes.
According to Reuters, it was the Wampis community of Mayuriaga which staged the protest and actually seized a military helicopter, capturing multiple crew members along with other government officials. The hostages include three oil company executives, four government regulatory officials and a specialist with the energy and mines ministry.
The Peruvian Air Force said in a press release after the incident that the hostages “were being treated adequately and are in perfect shape, as is the helicopter.” Among many demands, the Tribe insisted that they were left out of a clean-up plan that was associated with the spill.
Over a month ago, in Mayuriaga, Peru, multiple oil pipelines ruptured and spilled over 3,000 barrels of oil into the wilderness. As with most oil spills, both the government and the corporation responsible have been slow to clean up the mess.
However, many Amazonian tribes are forced to live in the mess, and have had their homes and their sources of food and water destroyed. This is just the most recent environmental tragedy in a long line of preventable, man-made disasters that have been created on tribal property, which neither the governments or corporations should have any claim to.