The pipeline companies are invading insurgents, acting against the stated directions of local elected governments. Pipeline opponents, fighting for their land, water, air, safety, and children, are patriots.
Merriam Webster defines insurgent as:
a person who revolts against civil authority or an established government
Five Six counties and two cities in Georgia and Florida
have so far passed resolutions against the Sabal Trail pipeline,
and four state representatives have complained to FERC about it:
here’s a list.
That’s in addition to the other
federal agencies that
have complained to FERC.
And in addition to the hundreds of individuals who have
spoken at Sabal Trail’s Open Houses and FERC’s Scoping Meetings,
overwhelmingly opposing the pipeline.
And in addition to the numerous landowner, environmental, and
political organizations that have passed resolutions,
filed with FERC, and in many cases
intervened with FERC against Sabal Trail’s application for a permit.
So if you see the people willing to put their time, money, and in many cases their freedom on the line; when you see the media call them insurgents, you know it’s a lie. Like Americans against invading redcoats, pipeline opponents are patriots.
One of many lies deliberately promoted by the fossil fuel industry. Eamon Javers wrote for CNBC 8 November 2011 Oil Executive: Military-Style ‘Psy Ops’ Experience Applied, Continue reading Sabal Trail is an insurgent invader; pipeline opponents are environmental patriots