‘Not Even A Slap On The Wrist’

So, police determine that an ‘anti-pipeline’ protest trailer is illegally parked in front of an oil storage facility. Protesters object to an already-approved expansion of a 60-year-old pipeline. Police leave the trailer alone for 2 months before finally arriving to enforce the law. A protester climbs on top of the trailer to stop it from being towed away. It works. The police go away {!?!}…

The police come back the next day and crowbar their way into the trailer, where they arrest 2 protesters. They are at the station for less than an hour when they are released — without charges! {Starting to sound like Caledonia…}

Back at the trailer, police negotiate with the roof-sitter and end up promising that if she comes down, they won’t enforce the law and tow the trailer away {!?!}. She agrees and comes down. Police go away…

Don’t companies deserve law enforcement for the amount of tax revenue that they generate? How are police going to deal with the many protests and illegal blockades that are promised by pipeline opponents?

Yet another example of unequal law enforcement – and unequal law – under Race Based Law…

“Witnesses say RCMP used a battering ram to open a trailer door, to remove two elderly women inside who were protesting the Trans Mountain pipeline late Wednesday.

“They had a weapon and just started to just go ahead and smash (the door) with this big, giant, {humongous?} black pipe, from what I could see above,”
said Yuni Urchin, who was on the roof of the trailer, refusing to come down.
“It’s now ripped our door apart. They’ve smashed the window and the handle here, so we are not able to close it.”

“APTN was told the two women were arrested but released an hour later without charges…

“The RCMP had been threatening to remove the trailer but Urchin has refused to come down.
{Police eventually promised to leave the illegally-parked trailer where it is, if she came down {!?!}. Video at story link below…}

“APTN requested comment from the RCMP but didn’t get a response.

“No one is sure what will happen next but the women say they’re not leaving.”

–‘RCMP arrest two elderly women at Trans Mountain pipeline protest’,
Tina House, APTN, January 11, 2018

Feature IMAGE: RCMP Division Liaison Team member Sgt. Dave Smith attempts to negotiate with a protester outside the Kinder Morgan tank farm on Burnaby Mountain on Jan. 10, 2018. (JENNIFER GAUTHIER–METRO)



‘Land defender’ and RCMP in ‘standoff’ over Trans Mountain Pipeline (Burnaby, 2018-Jan10)

“The last thing police want to do is arrest you,” {!?!} 
Sgt. Dave Smith, with the RCMP’s Division Liaison Team, told her during the confrontation.
“I want to make sure you’re safe up there … Is there anything I can say to convince you to come down?”

“Water”, she replied, “is sacred and is under attack and we need to protect it … I’m going to stay here and we will stop Kinder Morgan together. I’m here on top of this trailer and you can’t remove me.”

A series of early-morning protests by a different group of activists have attempted for several weeks to block construction workers from entering Kinder Morgan’s nearby Westridge Terminal, where work is underway to expand the tanker facility…

Another ongoing protest is currently underway in B.C.’s Interior, on Secwepemc {Shuswap} ‘Nation’ {a ‘nation’ of 270 people}  territories’ near Kamloops. A group of ‘indigenous’ people calling themselves ‘Tiny House Warrior’s have begun installing 10 mobile wood trailers along the planned pipeline route, which organizer Kanahus Manuel told Metro in November the project was

“a glimpse of what is to come.”

“Supporter Harjap Grewal, an organizer with the ‘Council of {Leftist} Canadians’, was at the site of the Burnaby standoff Wednesday afternoon, which his group had informally supported with firewood delivery…

“…In most people’s minds {?}, Kinder Morgan does not have a mandate to buid the pipeline — not from the general public, not from people living in this area, and not from the ‘indigenous’ community.”

–‘Protest standoff unfolds near Kinder Morgan’s Burnaby facility’,
David P. Ball, Metro, Jan.10 2018


Grand Chief Derek Nepinak, Manitoba Assembly of Chiefs, Kinder Morgan Terminal, Burnaby, May 14, 2016. (Photo by Elizabeth McSheffrey-National Observer)

“The trailer is…a makeshift surveillance post set up by ‘land defenders’ {‘criminal aboriginals’} trying to stop the expansion of the Trans Mountain Pipeline.

“The camp had been set up for about two months with no incident until Tuesday night when police tried to remove the trailer, according to ‘land defender’, Yuni Urchin.

“Urchin climbed up on the roof of the trailer to stop police from moving it, at the gates of Kinder Morgan’s tank farm in Burnaby, B.C.

“A tow truck was hooked up to the trailer ready to haul it away but couldn’t, because Urchin was on the roof.

“When APTN arrived on Wednesday, the RCMP were still on the scene but there had been no arrests.

“As for Urchin, she spent the night on the roof of the trailer and said she wasn’t going anywhere.

The federal government approved Kinder Morgan’s expansion of the Trans Mountain Pipeline in late 2016, allowing the company to add a second pipeline from Edmonton to Burnaby…”

–‘Land defender and RCMP in standoff over Trans Mountain Pipeline’,
Tina House, APTN, January 10, 2018


Kinder Morgan Terminal, Burnaby, May 14, 2016. (ARLEN REDEKOP—PNG)

“…The lying media who back these environmentalists are fuelling their unbacked claims of doom and destruction. They are lawless thugs who use bullshit human rights claims to try and get their way. They are parked illegally with a trailer and just like law-abiding Canadians, were asked to move it. And unlike law-abiding Canadians, they told the RCMP a lie and then remained there. So they were removed, just like would happen to anyone else.

“The R.C.M.P. need to work much harder at removing these illegals and jailing them asap before someone gets hurt or things go to far. These protesters are backed by big money from the US, and other petroleum-producing nations who have billions to lose if Canada gets a chance to sell its oil and gas on the world markets.

“Most of these protesters are ‘indigenous’ and are the ones claiming that the ‘indigenous’ people of Canada have not been taken care of properly, and education is one of the biggest complaints. So we have uneducated people claiming they know and have read all the science and technology, understand all the data that prove these projects are safe for the environment and Canadians — and knowing and understanding this information, are going to protect Canada’s environment and Canadians against their will and against science and technology, from the evil petroleum producers.

“Canada’s world-leading petroleum industry should be the model for other countries but get nothing but lies and bullshit spread about them and their companies. Times have changed in the industry and these companies are just as concerned with the environment, safety and the future of Canada as they are with profits. Yes, they want, and are making, big dollars but they have come to realize with technology and innovations you can accomplish all. Dumping sewage into our waterways raw or treated, landfill garbage dumps, and so much more need our attention and not the cleanest, most environmentally-friendly petroleum industry in the world!”

See also:
Making Up Their Own Rules’ (Aboriginal Allies/Pipelines) {May 21, 2016}:


Tribes Sign Treaty Opposing Pipelines{September 23, 2016}:

Pro-Oil ‘First Nations’ On The Offensive{June 26, 2016}:
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