CANADÁ: Los Imperialistas Pierden la Paciencia Con los Bloqueos de Wet’suwet’en, Toman Daños Económicos

Foto: Un bloqueo ferroviario en Toronto el 8 de febrero Este artículo es una traducción. Por Lois Boite, con contribuciones de Felix Weber y David Martinez El 24 de febrero, los manifestantes en Vancouver que apoyaban la resistencia indígena de Wet’su’ten contra la tubería Coastal GasLink bloquearon una ruta de acceso de vehículos al puerto, mientras que otros bloquearon un puente en una línea de … Continue reading CANADÁ: Los Imperialistas Pierden la Paciencia Con los Bloqueos de Wet’suwet’en, Toman Daños Económicos

CANADA: Imperialists Lose Patience as Wet’suwet’en Blockades, Protests Take Economic Toll

Photo: A rail blockade in Toronto on February 8 By Lois Boite, with contributions from Felix Weber, David Martinez On Monday, protesters in Vancouver supporting the indigenous Wet’su’weten resistance to the Coastal GasLink pipeline blockaded a vehicle access route to the port while others blocked a bridge on a passenger train line, shutting down service for part of the morning. These actions follow weeks of … Continue reading CANADA: Imperialists Lose Patience as Wet’suwet’en Blockades, Protests Take Economic Toll

CANADA: State Forces Out Indigenous Protesters to Make Way for Pipeline

by David Martinez The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) forcefully evicted camps set up by the Wet’suwet’en tribal peoples defending their unceded territories in the province of British Columbia. In total, fourteen campers protesting the governments plans for an oil pipeline were arrested. The attack is considered an ‘act of war’ by traditional tribal leaders, and shows the violent nature of Canada’s settler-colonial origins. The evictions are meant … Continue reading CANADA: State Forces Out Indigenous Protesters to Make Way for Pipeline