This map of South Dakota shows the Waterway that the Lakota Indians want to protect. It runs all the way into the Mississippi that feeds the entire middle America.
This map shows South Dakota and North Dakota and the waterway that feeds Middle America.
Vehicles and Weapons against the North Dakota Prayerful Water Protectors.
The North Dakota countryside.
The peaceful Prayerful Water Protectors up on the Ridge.
In the first photo are (above with black arrows) vehicles illegal for these roads; Sonic Weapons (that shoot sonic waves to make the people sick); and a 50 cal machine gun perched on a armored Humvee vehicle – a rotating turic(?). WHY WOULD THEY NEED A MACHINE GUN AGAINST THESE PEACEFUL PRAYERFUL WATER PROTECTORS
Genocides in American History:
"WIKIPEDIA – Over the course of more than four centuries from the 1490s into the 1900s, Europeans and white Americans "engaged in an unbroken string of genocide campaigns against the native peoples of the Americas." The indigenous peoples of the Americas have experienced massacres, torture, terror, sexual abuse, systematic military occupations, removals of Indigenous peoples from their ancestral territories, forced removal of Native American children to military-like boarding schools, allotment, and a policy of termination.”
Wounded Knee Massacre
The Wounded Knee Massacre occurred on December 29, 1890, near Wounded Knee Creek on the Lakota Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in the U.S. state of South Dakota. The Lakota People (Teton Sioux) included Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse, Red Cloud, Black Elk, Spotted Tail, and Billy Mills.