2,000 Veterans Standing up for Standing Rock

17 thoughts on “2,000 Veterans Standing up for Standing Rock

  1. Please look at the format of your post again. It’s weird, with the text superimposed over your images.

  2. carlalouise89 says:

    I love your blog (really, really, do!) but lately your formatting has been a bit weird! Today it’s worse than normal! I thought it was just me, but Cynthia said something, too, so I’m worried it’s a problem! It’s all on the right side for me!

  3. Mr. Militant Negro says:

    Morning Ms. Pesky. Have Ms. Amy take a look at your blog, it’s not loading correctly. In my browser the text and images are all off to the right side on top of your border.

  4. Mr. Militant Negro says:

    Reblogged this on The Militant Negro™.

  5. I as a Native American I am ashamed today because I realize that we as a people have been telling everyone that would listen about what man the white man has been doing to our mother Earth with all the pollution the garbage the cutting down of the trees the sewage in our rivers and oceans and what do we do as a people in return we do exactly the same thing and that makes it hundred times worse I’m talking about all of the brothers and sisters of all the tribes that were out there on the front lines with standing Rock I watched in disbelief when I seen all of the disgusting garbage that was left in the camp when Indian sister was heard to say it was the white man’s fault no it wasn’t the white man it was us the caretakers of our land we left it that way and we are the ones that should be ashamed remember the next time you go to one of these protest remember what you’re protesting for and remember you are one of those caretakers so the next time you want to leave the place is dirty and nasty and disgusting is that last at standing Rock think before you do something that you’ll regret later just my thought from 1 California, Indian

    • I appreciate your coming to my blog and I am glad you left your comment. I understand that you are worried about your people being authentic. We are all responsible for the state of our plandt. Not just you and your people. We all must own our responsibility. I haven’t been a protester but I do believe in what you say. We are all guilty of not caring for Mother Earth. We are all guilty. Bless you for your thoughts and I hope your life is full of peace and contentment. Hugs my friend, Barbara

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