“I wouldn’t leave earth to go to heaven in a flying limousine”
Lets dance, shall we?
We don’t have to. It’s looking each other in moon lit filled eyes;
Hands held locked within each other.
Care to let free? Lets. It doesn’t matter, because the time will always flow, no matter what your opposition.
So close isn’t close. It’s a step to see if your willing to risk it; seeing if your worth it, if there is better.
Evincing impatience with the peaceful opposition, private security forces opened fire on protesters last Saturday, injuring six people and triggering an escalation in hostilities. Preliminary reports indicated that the mine’s executive, Alberto Rotondo, ordered security forces to attack the demonstrators, and later to cover up the crime.In response, local groups kidnapped and disarmed 23 security forces. In a tremendous show of force, the government responded by sending over 8,000 government troops to the area. The ensuing operation to free the hostages left one protester and one police officer dead. Subsequent raids by the authorities led to the arrest of at least 15 people. Under the State of Siege, civil liberties are suspended - the rights of peaceful assembly and to bear arms are suspended, homes can be searched without cause, and the state can engage in the indefinite detention of citizens without judicial review and access to counsel. Human rights advocates fear that suspending constitutional rights will unleash further repression and shield the government from accountability for its tactics.
All because the people who live there already don’t want a Canadian corporation mining there, as is their right! ”Under international legal standards, development projects must be implemented with the consultation and consent of the affected indigenous groups and local opposition to the mine has been overwhelming.”
Please read this article - it’s one of the connect the dots kind of pieces.(via stopkillingourworld)