#AceHistoryNews says latest Snapshot of History post…

#AceHistoryNews says latest “Snapshot of History” post can be found at the link, this time if you click on #AceHistoryNews a friend of mine #Digger666 has his post on the “Banana Republic”. Enjoy. http://history2research.wordpress.com/2014/01/05/snapshot-of-history-banana-wars-and-the-preservation-of-american-interests-in-the-area/

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For First Time, Anti-Terrorism Law Used to Have Americans Protesting Keystone XL Pipeline Arrested

#AceEnvironmentNews says good evening Digger and great article – thought this link might be interesting – the Koch Brother’s well worth researching as they have fingers in many “mud pies” and l mean dirty and their connections to the US Government Agencies via lobbying companies is well worth looking into, as is the “Tar Sands” check out this link l found https://fredericacade.wordpress.com/2012/02/08/koch-industries-partner-with-conocophillips-and-devon-energy-in-gulf-coast-fractionators-years-ago-nothing-shows-they-got-out-of-the-partnership-the-coincidence-koch-brother-have-partnerships-with-s/

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via The Utopian Encyclopedia | thinksquad: For First Time, Anti-Terrorism Law….

thinksquad:</p><p>For First Time, Anti-Terrorism Law Used to Have Americans Protesting Keystone XL Pipeline Arrested<br />A demonstration against Devon Energy and the company’s role in fracking and tar sands mining, including the Keystone XL pipeline, ended with four individuals being placed under arrest last week. Two of them were arrested by police on the basis that they had violated an Oklahoma anti-terrorism law prohibiting “terrorism hoaxes.”<br />It is strongly suspected that this happened as a result of advice that TransCanada has been giving local law enforcement in states, where protests against the Keystone XL pipeline have been taking place. They have been meeting with law enforcement and suggesting how terrorism laws could be applied to stop citizens from protesting the corporation’s activities.</p><p>when the toxic chemicals hit the oglala aquifer it’s the end times for that area.

A demonstration against Devon Energy and the company’s role in fracking and tar sands mining, including the Keystone XL pipeline, ended with four individuals being placed under arrest last week. Two of them were arrested by police on the basis that they had violated an Oklahomaanti-terrorism law prohibiting “terrorism hoaxes.”

It is strongly suspected that this happened as a result of advice that TransCanada has been giving local law enforcement in states, where protests against the Keystone XL pipeline have been taking place. They have been meeting with law enforcement and suggesting how terrorism laws could be applied to stop citizens from protesting the corporation’s activities.

when the toxic chemicals hit the Oglala Aquifer it’s the end times for that area.

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