Show Your Love For The Delta 5

On September 2, 2014, five concerned citizens decided to take a stand and defend their community, families and loved ones from the climate chaos in general and bomb trains specifically. Mike LaPointe, Patrick Mazza, Jackie Minchew, Liz Spoerri and Abby Brockway, known as the Delta 5, blocked a "bomb train" shipment of volatile bakken crude from departing a Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) rail yard in Everett, Washington, just north of Seattle.

When it was all said and done, they successfully blocked the bomb train that would have traversed their communities and many others, putting them at risk of a fiery disaster and fueling climate change for sure, for eight hours. And, while eight hours may not seem that long, their act of defiance is timeless as a symbol for civil disobedience against the dig, dump, burn economy that threatens us all.

The Delta 5 are currently on trial facing charges of trespassing and blocking a train -- if found guilty, they could face hefty fines as well as jail time. No matter the outcome of the trial, I think we should show our love, support and appreciation for these knights and defenders of the climate. Sign here to show your love and sign our thank you card to the Delta 5.

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Number Date Name Your message to the Delta 5
2001 2.8 years ago Phillip Queen
2000 2.8 years ago Mandy Spitzer
1999 2.8 years ago Emily Withnall
1998 2.8 years ago Donald Monahan Thank you for your dedication to our environment. It is time that big oil, big gas and big coal understand that they can no longer ignore the public's understanding of their pollution-causing busine...
1997 2.8 years ago Nancy Honeychuck Bravo! You bravely lived your ethic, you acted with head, heart and mind and followed your conscience and did what you knew was right despite the risks! Your example will help grow the ranks of tho...
1996 2.8 years ago Joan Dixon Thank-you for your bravery in following your convictions.
1995 2.8 years ago Lynn Hastings Thank you!!!!
1994 2.8 years ago Jean Auris I applaud you all for the courage you took. These train bombs are a disaster and no one wants them traveling thru their town. We will see disaster soon enough and which town will the first one be.
1993 2.8 years ago Melissa Mandel YOU represent ME! Thank you!
1992 2.8 years ago Bruce Mclaughlin
1991 2.8 years ago Hardy Dressler
1990 2.8 years ago Ruth Kastner
1989 2.8 years ago Robert Mceldowney No Comment
1988 2.8 years ago Kathleen O'Connor Wang Good for you!
1987 2.8 years ago Liz White Thank you!!
1986 2.8 years ago Patrick Burns Thank you! With deep appreciation for your courageous action to each of you
and I applaud such youthful Graybeards.
1985 2.8 years ago Jean Larm Mahalo, Delta 5!
Thanks for being courageous in blocking the bomb train which could have caused a disaster to communities along the way. Many thanks, and God bless you all. Aloha, Jean
1984 2.8 years ago Katherine Eckhardt Thank you for your selfless sacrifice in stopping the "bomb" train. I deeply hope it will not be in vain and that we can stop the mindless pollution & greed that is so prevalent.
1983 2.8 years ago Anonymous
1982 2.8 years ago Christine Hoovler Thank you for the brave work!
1981 2.8 years ago Carole Arcellana Thank you for your bravery.
1980 2.8 years ago Jane Oakley There are warriors and diplomats and people who do nothing. I was sued twice by a beach community be caused I refused to remove the coastal narive vegetation from my back yard which was located 200...
1979 2.8 years ago Darnell Barsness
1978 2.8 years ago Rosalie Mutchler
1977 2.8 years ago Sandy Kisieleski Thank you!!!!
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