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 Loving the Earth Environmental Revolution 
 Stop Tar Sands
 Interview
 Dustin Johnson is from the Killerwhale Clan from the Tsimshian Nation on the northwest coast.
 Cancer Action News Network  
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Dustin Johnson is from the Killerwhale Clan from the Tsimshian Nation on the northwest coast. British Columbia, Canada is a place where much of the land belongs to First Nations. No treaties were ever signed by most of the BC First Nations. These are people who have never relinquished any part of their lands, never given up any of their sovereignty within these lands.

The corporate powers that are conducting tar sands exploitation in Alberta, Canada have decided to build a pipeline across the lands of BC First Nations. This is the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline. First Nations oppose the construction of this pipeline. First Nation elders confronted Enbridge corporate executives who had come to BC to build up support for the project. The elders told Enbridge that they were trespassing and to get off First Nations lands. The elders warned Enbridge that the First Nations would not allow the pipeline to be built.

The Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline would cross lands that First Nations have occupied for thousands of years. A tar sands pipeline has no place on these lands. These are lands of pristine boreal forest. A tar sands pipeline would only cause harm to these primal forests and their inhabitants.

Love of the land empowers the BC First Nations to oppose the Enbridge pipeline. These people are deeply committed to protecting their beloved homelands. They protect these lands as they protect their human mothers. The Earth is the Earth Mother in First Nations BC.

Listen to Dustin. This First Nations man is a strong, good voice that calls out to all of us, "Stop Tar Sands." Listen to him. He asks us to join into tar sands opposition by conducting Stop Tar Sands events in solidarity with First Nations protests. Go to tar sands opposition websites, including: Tar Sands Watch and Oil Sands Watch. Find out when events will be taking place in Alberta and BC. Organize your own community to conduct a Stop Tar Sands event when the First Nations are in action. Viva the Stop Tar Sands revolution. Viva the spiritual, environmental revolution.
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