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More Police Violence at Standing Rock – Is This Real News or Fake News? — Stillness in the Storm

Source – Waking Timesby Dylan Charles, November 21st 2016Now that the establishment corporate and liberal media have declared open war on so-called ‘fake news,’ already rolling out plans to flag, censor, robotically restrict and demonetize the efforts of independent journalists, the world waits with bated breath to see exactly what form the control of information will take.Read more…

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Major Victory! One of the Largest Banks Funding DAPL Just Pulled Its Assets from the Project — Stillness in the Storm

Source – The Free Thought Projectby Claire Bernish, November 18th 2016Water protectors from the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe can now declare their most tangible victory to date — one of the heftiest investors in the Dakota Access Pipeline, Norway’s largest bank, has pulled its assets from the project.Read more »

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Major Victory! — Army Corps of Engineers Shelves Construction of DAPL Until Sioux are Consulted — Stillness in the Storm

Source – The Free Thought Projectby Claire Bernish, November 15th 2016In perhaps one of the most telling victories yet, the Army Corps of Engineers declared Monday that the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline must be shelved until further review. This review includes consultation with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe so it can be thoroughly…

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Obama say Dakota Access Pipeline may be rerouted after months of protests — David Icke latest headlines

‘President Barack Obama has said the US Army Corps of Engineers is considering ways of rerouting the Dakota Access Pipeline amid an eight-month-long protest staged by the Standing Rock Sioux tribe. The Standing Rock Sioux are protesting the pipeline’s route due to the potential threats it poses to drinking water supplies and sacred sites. Their…

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Former Enemy Tribe Unifies in Peace With Standing Rock | Stillness in the Storm

Monday, September 19, 2016 by Lance Schuttler

“This is something unbelievable. This display of unity and the power of coming together is unbelievable. No words can properly describe the feeling. For example just this morning our traditional enemies the Crow came to the camp here to stand in solidarity with us. And we welcomed them with Open Hearts. That was a power that brought tears to many people’s eyes. The Oceti Sakowin stand strong and committed to stopping this pipeline.” – Dave Archambault Jr., Chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux Nation.

This quote, along with the picture was posted this morning, September 18th 2016. We are seeing the power of love in action. We are seeing the awakening spread and magnify. And because we live in a holofractographic reality, we will see unification continue to occur more and more. Prayers are being answered. Calls for peace are being heard and actions are now being implemented.

Related Vatican Connections to the Dakota Access Pipeline and Truth that We’re “All Enemies of the State” – The Standoff between Corporate Kleptocracy and the Enduring Spirit of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe

As healer Mary Crooks Kirkpatrick recently said, “It feels like what is happening to me is a microcosm of what is happening everywhere. A lot of dark, not-so-pretty stuff is coming to the surface of our collective awareness. What do we do with it? Shine light on it! Send love, refuse to get dragged into the ugliness. As we each shift and shine, the darkness vanishes. It doesn’t always happen instantly but it does happen.”

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