Wild Willpower PAC began building this website (which includes much work which is still behind-the-scenes) following the release of attack dogs and the destruction of the Lakota/Dakota/Nakota ancestral burial sites on September 3rd, 2016. The further development of the extensive archive on this site is temporarily postponed until we have an adequate workspace to work from. Thus far, internet access has been scarce here at Standing Rock/Oceti, so most of this site has been put together by Wild Willpower‘s founder (thank you to the volunteers who have helped too!) in coordination with www.NoDAPLarchive.com. We’re adding “one paragraph summaries” of each video & article throughout the archive, & sorting them into a Wiki-style arrangement so you can follow each Water Protector case by case and gain a better knowledge of what actually has transpired here at Standing Rock, Oceti Sakowin Camp, Rosebud/Sicangu Camp, & Sacred Stone Camp. Without an archive like this, basically due to all the media obfuscation, false reporting, & fabricated charges people are facing, it can be very difficult for people “on the outside” to have any clue what is actually going on. We’re working to make things crystal clear with honesty & integrity. www.StandingRockClassAction.org, and all content throughout this site, do not necessarily reflect the actual political views of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe or any other organization or affiliation. This site is in the process of being compiled in order to accurately map the situation, without bias, & to create a “list of reasonable demands” which takes into consideration the historical context of treaty violations in such a way which will create relief for Water Protectors, tribal people, & people of North Dakota in such a way which will prevent situations like this from happening again and via proposing a series of changes so waterways are no longer compromised by pipelines. Such solutions will be proposed within the “list of reasonable demands” section of this website.
As tribal authorities have demanded Water Protectors vacate Standing Rock by February 17th, we’re currently fundraising to afford a vehicle & supplies to be able to relocate & continue our work from elsewhere including the great deal of work that is still behind the scenes we have not added here yet.
About This Site:
Everything throughout this website is being presented, without prejudice, in accordance with The First Amendment, Fair Use, & Casus foederis.
“Casus foederis is the event upon the occurrence of which it becomes the duty of one of the allies to render the promised assistance to the other. Thus, in the case of a defensive alliance, the casus foederis occurs when war is declared or commenced against one of the allies. Treaties of alliance very often define precisely the event which shall be regarded as the casus foederis.“
Wild Willpower PAC is currently Standing With Standing Rock with the Oceti Sakowin people, as well as with people of all classes, colors, creeds, & traditions who are united in protecting the ancient & beloved Missouri River from being polluted by oil- specifically because an oil pipeline owned by Dakota Access, L.L.C., a subsidiary of Energy Transfer, has irresponsibly planned to install a pipeline across it, thus endangering the wildlife and drinking water of everyone downstream.
It should be noted that placing an oil-carrying pipeline, which creates an imminent danger upon all those downstream, is a violation of
United States Code Title 33 – NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS
CHAPTER 26 – WATER POLLUTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL
SUBCHAPTER III – STANDARDS AND ENFORCEMENT
Sec. 1321 – Oil and hazardous substance liability,
which is part of why we began “peaceably assembling” StandingRockClassAction.org in support of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, the Oceti Sakowin (Lakota language for “Seven Council Fires”), & the Oceti Sakowin Camp of peaceful “Water Protectors” who alerted the world to the danger the people & river are facing due to this negligent decision to place an oil-carrying pipeline across a navigable waterway.
Due to major & even violent civil rights violations witnessed by the whole world against against Water Protectors, we’ve been compiling an Archive (that is being more well-organized daily) so everyone can witness the evidence for themselves. While looking through the archive, if you see any videos, articles, or photos not yet included, please send them to us so we can get them integrated. This is one of several ways you can help. Also, please visit www.OcetiSakowinCamp.org to stay tuned to the official releases from the camp.
To learn more & to get involved with the Water Protectors, visit www.OcetiSakowinCamp.org, (Facebook page: Oceti Sakowin Camp). We also would like to express much gratitude to all the hard workers who have been very gracious to us here at the Prairie Knights Casino. We also seek to give a heartfelt thank you to the people of Standing Rock & the Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Council for having us as guests as we continue to work in order to be useful to the cause.
Contents of Website:
The Location of DAPL is Illegal **** DAPL was Illegally Approved Through Acts of EXTORTION **** Water Protectors have Suffered Civil Rights Violations Daily **** “We Call Upon Your Constitutional Oaths!”; A Plea to All U.S. Officials to Defend Standing Rock
All Actions in Chronological Order **** Landmark Demonstrations **** Civil Rights Violations Against Water Protectors **** Federally-Protected, Sacred Ancestral Burial Grounds Desecrated **** Constant Aircraft FAA Violations **** Officers: Failure to Identify, Public Endangerment **** American Indian Religious Freedom Act Violated **** All Drone Footage, Drones Shot Down **** Officers Outside Their Jurisdiction (“Diversity of Jurisdiction”) **** Media Slander Against Us
Drop All Charges Against, & Release ALL Water Protectors **** Public Officials: Apologize to The Oceti Sakowin People, All Water Protectors, & The People of North Dakota **** Restitution for The Tribe & for All Water Protectors
Thank you so much for caring & we’ll keep updating this site daily to help bring the movement into focus as best we can. If using a smartphone or other handheld devise to view this website, please scroll down to familiarize yourself with the logistics as to “what is going on”.
References are listed at the bottom of each page throughout this site, beneath the following image:
: Oppenheim, L., International Law: A Treatise, 8th Ed., Vol. 1, edited by H. Lauterpacht (New York: Longmans, Green & Co., 1955), page 963-964.