This is just one example of Trump's rule when it comes to the environment. Big Oil and Big Business want to stifle protest against these kind of projects. When that doesn't work, violence is their go-to action through actors who Big will disavow but who were incentivised to "act out" by Big and Republican propaganda.
The article goes on to mention hundreds of women who were physically attacked and murdered across Gaia because they had the courage to stand up to Big.
In the U.S., Indigenous attorney and activist Tara Houska was "zip-tied and locked in a dog kennel when she was arrested, and strip-searched."
LeeAnne Walters has had her house broken into, her tires slashed, and the lug nuts loosened on her vehicle.
Cherri Foytlin, an indigenous woman of Diné and Cherokee descent, had her cat poisoned to death and bricks thrown through her car windows.
And because you're a woman, the Gaia haters will label you a "bad mother," perhaps the worst invective they can throw at a woman activist feeling guilty about the time she is not with her children while defending the environment.
Elizabeth Yeampierre, a New York attorney and climate justice leader, believes women tend to lead the fight to save Gaia "because of their life-giving connection to their children and the earth, and their frustration with gender inequity."
If you read my books, you know I and the New Seminole took a more "proactive" approach to saving Gaia. We failed mightily. That's why I'm doing Sanctuary at the Miccosukee Embassy in Miami and my love Nokosee is on the run. At first I resisted Micco Busimanolotome Osceola's vision of the New Seminole which he founded. It required we go guerrilla on the "Outside," his word for the "civilized world" on both sides of the Everglades. But over time I came to see the world the way he did, one ran by a cancerous corporate greed sanctioned by governments which will stop at nothing to ensure its profitability. It is the mission of the New Seminole to carry on and I applaud all women who are willing to put themselves and the lives of their families at risk in order to save the world.