We’re told that it’s the largest gathering of Native American Indians in a century — assembled to fight a pipeline that’s a threat to tribal heritage & a threat to the environment.

But is it about tribal heritage or is that merely a tactic in the war against fossil fuels? Why are the people who have nothing but contempt for the struggles of ranchers, loggers and miners against the BLM (Bureau of Land Management), now aligning with the other BLM (Black Lives Matter) and the Indians whose land the pipeline does not touch.

We look at the latest develops in this story of politics, the environment, economics and rights.

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