::~PLEASE SHARE THIS IMPORTANT CALL~:: Protesting is not Resisting, Resistance are based on Profound Manifestos: “Ancient Big Mountain Supreme Ways Dictates Dineh Resistance, Pauline Whitesinger Continues to Defy B.I.A. Police Harassment & Threats” By Bahe Y. Katenay, Sheep Dog Nation Rocks Sweet Water Stronghold, Big Mountain. February 9, 2009 – Dineh elder resister of the […]
Out of a growing concern for the recent developments regarding the OSM desicion to, grant Peabody Coal a Life of Mine Permit, for the coalmining on Black Mesa, we have decided to hold a demonstration in Sockholm Sweden, on March 7, 2009.Tamiflu wikipedia tamiflu withdrawal 40. Disposal Expired Tamiflu rumsfeld tamiflu soap note on tamiflu […]
News Release For Immediate Release Contact: Calvin Johnson Wednesday, December 31, 2008 OFFICE OF SURFACE MINING APPROVES BLACK MESA PROJECT FINAL EIS C-Aquifer for Dine members disappointed but will continue to fight OSM’s decisionswine flu statistics Swine Flu Protection intestinal flu treatment for the flu Swine Flu Course Progression Duration Treatment Tamiflu swine flu protection […]
On December 22, 2008, OSMRE issued a record of decision approving Peabody Western Coal Company’s mine permit revision application for the Black Mesa Complex. Read the full decision here: http://www.wrcc.osmre.gov/default.htm A statement will be issued soon, please check back for updates. More information is also available at: http://bsnorrell.blogspot.com avian flu Tamiflu Withdrawal tamiflu for swine stomach flu symptoms Bird […]
(Left Photo by Akilla Kojima. Inset photo is Dineh elder, Pauline Whitesinger’s traditional earth lodge and still under construction that the BIA tribal authorities say is illegal because Pauline has never signed any kind of agreements with the Feds in regards to the 1974 relocation law.) Early 21st Century: The Last Days of Traditional Indigenous […]
THANKS to everyone who helped us make our point to the Office of Surface Mining yesterday! OSM disconnected their phone line because so many people flooded them with calls! This is just the beginning of this battle, we are more determined than ever to not allow our homelands to be turned into “minor” decisions for coal interests! […]
By Bill Donovan Special to the Times WINDOW ROCK, Nov. 26, 2008 T he time has come for Peabody Coal Co. to leave Navajo land and let other companies mine and market the coal reserves it has controlled for close to 50 years, a former tribal leader said Tuesday. “The best thing that the Navajo […]
Navajo, Hopi and Lakota delegation warned Lehman Brothers about the consequences of acquiring Peabody Coal and mining Black Mesa.
Also Listen to Democracy Now! interview Navajo, Hopi and Lakota delegation. By Brenda Norrell
NEW YORK — A delegation of Navajo, Hopi and Lakota warned Lehman Brothers stockholders of the dire consequences of their actions in 2001. In a rare move, censored by most media, the Navajo, Hopi and Lakota delegation warned Lehman Brothers, after it acquired the financial interests of Peabody Coal, of the spiritual consequences of mining coal on sacred Black Mesa and the aftermath of Peabody Coal’s machinations that led to the so-called Navajo Hopi Land Dispute. Lehman Brothers is now in the midst of financial collapse, with its bankruptcy producing a rippling effect throughout the world’s economy.