Sierra Club to Break Law to Stop Keystone Pipeline

This might portend for an interesting quandary for Obama. He would like nothing better than to stir up a bit of anarchy. If he approves the pipeline he may believe that the anarchists will keep it in check, and cause more upheaval, and every revolution requires social unrest. Pit those who are paying through their teeth for their energy, against the “Greenies”. It solves his Union problem. It will dominate the news. I say he goes for it and approves the XL Pipeline and sits back and puts up his feet, and gives out a broad smile. What is your take?

The Sierra Club has announced its approval for a “one-time” use of civil disobedience. The civil disobedience is intended to step up their efforts to oppose the Keystone pipeline.

Many of the other groups opposing Keystone have been engaging in civil disobedience as a tactic, including arson-based ecoterrorism. This will be the first time in the Sierra Club’s history that they have approved violating the law.

In a January 22, 2013 press release, the Sierra Club states:

The Sierra Club Board of Directors has approved the one-time use of civil disobedience for the first time in the organization’s 120-year history.

The Club went as far as implying Hurricane Sandy was the result of humanity and stated:

Recognizing the imminent danger posed by climate disruption, including record heat waves, drought, wildfires and the devastation of superstorm Sandy, the Sierra Club board of directors has suspended a long-standing Club policy to allow, for one time, the organization to lead a group of environmental activists, civil rights leaders, visionaries, scientists, and other high-profile individuals in a peaceful protest to dirty and dangerous tar sands. The action will be by invitation only and is being co-sponsored by

It remains to be seen if the Sierra Clubs’ civil disobedience will encourage their more ideological counterparts to move even further into radicalism. H/T: Breitbart

Posted by Bunkerville: God, Guns Guts, Comrades


12 Responses to “Sierra Club to Break Law to Stop Keystone Pipeline”

  1. Phil Johnson Says:

    Hadn’t picked up on this – thanks. This IS quite a departure for those folks. Guess they’re heading the direction of GreenPeace. We all need to get to know our County Sheriff’s – interesting times are a comin’.


    • Bunkerville Says:

      Right you are. I had thought the group more interested in land and wildlife. We will see if they lose members.


  2. Steve Dennis Says:

    Knowing Obama the way I think we do I think it is safe to say he likes to see Americans divided and fighting so I wouldn’t be surprised if he approved the pipeline just to watch what the Sierra Club does.


    • Bunkerville Says:

      That is my take. Divide and conquer. Oldest game in the book.


  3. LD Jackson Says:

    Oh, joy. Just what we need to keep the pot stirred up. I can’t wait to see what these people come up with in the way of civil disobedience.


    • Bunkerville Says:

      I didn’t realize they were so committed to climate change. Let them begin.


  4. QC Ghost Says:

    I wonder if Obama will install smart meters on that pipeline?


    • Bunkerville Says:

      If we get it, it will be a drip.


  5. Designs by Dianne Says:

    “… implying Hurricane Sandy was the result of humanity …”
    Proof positive then … it was HAARP after all!


    • Bunkerville Says:

      We can only surmise what harrp is involved in.


  6. Conservatives on Fire Says:

    Amd, the Sierra Club activist will probaly fy to the dmeonstrations or drive their SUV.


    • Bunkerville Says:

      Al gore will be right there with them in is economy airliner.


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