By Earth First!
Chevron has attempted trespass on unceded Unist’ot’en land in so-called British Columbia to survey for its proposed Pacific Trails Pipeline, which would span 273 miles through largely unceded territory and transport one billion cubic feet of fracked gas per day—an unwanted and highly dangerous project. Members of the Unist’ot’en clan and their supporters have given Chevron a resounding NO, but Chevron, backed by the RCMP, is moving ahead with the project.
Recently some folks in so-called Maine took action in solidarity with the Unist’ot’en. A banner was hung above a busy interstate that read “Support the Unist’ot’en. NO PIPELINES! Unistotencamp.com” with an image of the Chevron logo on fire.
Later, in the dark of night, folks went to a distributor of Chevron products and used U-locks to lock all of the gas pump nozzles together. (This simple act is easily repeated.)
Solidarity means Attack