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, water is life, water is life. make some noise. [applause] >> my name is christine from the george gordon first nation in saskatchewan canada. i'm living in iowa for 10 years and that is where we continue to fight it in iowa. that's why i'm up on the stage, actually. i'm here to talk to you about the circle of resistance, and the reason why i am on this stage. i'm up here because it is time past andegating the not worrying about the future. it is stop -- time to start telling a better truth. don't you think? [applause] it is time to wake up. wake up, donald trump. [applause] if you don't wake up, we will wake you up. [laughter] because wehere today are here to talk about the future. what is happening with our climates. all of you are here because you can feel it. right? you can feel the change in the weather, see the changing landscape, you can see the violent storms, see the chemicals in our watcher, you can feel them. you are drinking them. i want to let you know that we have a solution for this problem. thatf these solutions is to decolonize our mind. like this like an over here
! water is life! >> make some noise! >> hi. my name is christine gomez. i'm of the george gordon first nation in saskatchewan, canada. i am living in iowa for ten years. that's where we continue to fight in iowa, at little creek camp. that's where i'm up on the stain actually. i'm here today to talk to you about the resistance, and why the reason i'm on this stage. i'm up here because it's time, it's time to stop negating the past and not worrying about our future. it's time to start telling a better truth. you know, don't you think? [ applause ] it's time to wake up. wake up, donald trump! wake up! justin trudeau in canada, wake up. if you don't wake up, we will wake you up! [ laughter ] so we are here today because we are here to talk about the future, right? what's happening with our climate. all of you are here because you can feel the change in the weather. you can see the changing landscapes. you can see the violent storms. you can see the chemicals in our water. you can feel them. you're drinking them. but i wanted to let you know that we have a solution for this problem,
. [shouting] >> my name is christine. i'm from the george nation. i'm living in iowa for ten years and that's where we continue to fight dapl, and i would. at little creek camp. that's what i'm up on the stage actually. i'm here today to talk to you about the circle of resistance, and the reason why i am on this stage. i appear because it's time, it's time to stop negating the path and not worrying about our future. it's time to start telling a better truth. you know, don't you think? [applause] it's time to wake up. wake up, donald trump. wake up, justin trudeau in candidate. wake up. if you don't wake up we will wake you up. so we are here today because we're here to talk about the future, right, what's happening with our climates. all you're here you can feel it, right? you can feel the change in the weather. you can see the change in landscape. you can see the violent storms. you can see the chemicals in our water. you can feel them. you are drinking them. i wanted to let you know that we have solution for this problem. one of these solutions is decolonize our minds. [applause] >> like th
between the u.s. military and climate change in peace activism than mr. george martin. he is a native of milwaukee, and he is with the martin luther king justice coalition, the former national cochair of united for peace and justice, and he is the green party shadow cabinet ambassador of peace. everybody let's give a nice piece to our good friend, mr. george martin. thank you. >> no more war. stop the wars. save the planet. hello, family. the u.s. military is the single largest consumer of energy and the world, and the world's single largest source of greenhouse gas emissions. the u.s. military doesn't measure fuel by miles per gallon. it measures fuel by gallons or barrels per hour. tanks consume 250 gallons of fuel per hour. jet planes use 1580 gallons of fuel per hour, and the b-52s, they burn six barrels of oil per hour. the u.s. military consumes as much as one million barrels of oil a day and contributes 5% of the global warming on this earth. add to that the other militaries around the world, by the way, the u.s. congress has exempted the u.s. military and the border patrol fro
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