Showdown at Highway 134

With some of the only video from behind police lines, witnessed the brutal raid by the Royal Colonial Mounted Police on the Mi’kmaq blockade of fracking equipment. But the fierce response of the community in defense of the warriors was also captured on camera. We bring you the real story about what really went down on Highway 134 — the story that the corporate media doesn’t want you to see.

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51 thoughts on “Showdown at Highway 134”

  1. I am proud to call you fellow Canadians, unlike the puppets in Ottawa who think they can cow us all into submission. You are my heroes!


    Thank you!

  3. henry

    fuck yeah. thanks for getting this up so quick. much love from the Earth First! Journal office. It should read “mike howe” in credits btw.

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  6. Kit

    Wonderful, you people are real Protectors, congratulations and much love from Australia where we are having similar battles.
    One question, there is a lot of confusion about who set the cars on fire. Many say it was an agent provocateur trying to make the Mi’qmaq look violent. Others say it was a genuine anarchist direct action.

    Without giving too much away, can you tell us your point of view? Thanks again for an inspiring blockade <3

  7. jill

    Royal Colonial Mounted Police. Seems like a legit piece of journalism.

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  10. gisele

    thanks for the footage but have on thing wrong… it is called ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE….

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  15. Pete

    Thank you for refusing to allow these jerks to poison Mother Earth.

    The guns (pepper spray) and camouflage are no more than an intimidation tactic.

    Stand tall. Stay strong.

    P.S. FECK The Corporate NEWS Media!

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  25. Anonymous

    Good Job, Stimulator!

  26. noreallyitsme

    I think that’s the whole implication, that they are acting as an instrument of colonial power…

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  28. Jay

    This isn’t really the place for that question as submedia is just an indie journalist outfit (who does amazing work by the way)

    Anyway, conspiracy theories always surface when direct action looks like this and it tells you about the analysis (or lack thereof) of the “theorists” more than anything else.

  29. Jay

    Don’t think many of these folks identify as “canadian” george but bless your heart anyway!

  30. Defiance

    Thanks comrade for this informative video. Fuck the pigs, fuck capitalism and colonialism.

    (A) Freedom for all, Dignity for all!

  31. Glomerol

    It might have been me had I been there. How’s that?
    Sometimes setting fires to cop cars, bombing governpimp hangouts, etc., is as simple as an intense and increasing hatred of the corporatocratic governpimp status quo setup. You don’t need conspiracy theories for some of that. Just a little insight into the matrix and blue pills. And some heart for your fellow human in the face of such systems of oppression against people and Mother Earth.

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  43. hotleadenema

    Wish I had explored the site more earlier. Now I gotta go back and check out all these links and things. While I’m on, lemme just say that I’m back on the Taconspirator hayride!!

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