I went to the mountaintop protest camp that's trying to block a pipeline and has attracted an enormous amount of attention in Canada.
Problem is, nobody's listening and the police keep trying to kick them out of their protest camp.
With 200,000 pro-democracy demonstrators.
The ex-cop who loves protesting is back in action.
They apparently have "remarkably good internet connectivity".
You can tell they were great because of all the fire and broken glass.
Michael C. Ruppert talks fracking and police militarisation. Then he has a jam session with his bandmate and his dog.
For a start, they could talk to each other in real life and make some proper demands.
They've come up with a new law that looks at the recent history of dissent and bans it all.
Officer John Pike Has been granted more compensation than his victims for "psychiatric injuries".
He's a master of sculpting his personal brand around lucrative business and marketing deals, but we shouldn't let him get away with it.
But he had to break down his dad's jaw with a pestle and mortar first.