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one word flapping in the wind just blocks from the White House resist activist with a radical environmental protection group Greenpeace on Wednesday climbing atop a construction crane at the site of the old Washington post building and unfurling a massive sign visible from the white house's south lawn the action snarling rush hour traffic good day after president Donald Trump signed executive actions resurrecting the controversial keystone XL and Ikuta access pipelines , which I've been the target of activists concerned about their impact on water supplies the activists broadcasting live on Facebook from the top of the crane say they were there protesting trump executive orders on the pipeline immigration and abortion Greenpeace's action coming a day after spontaneous protest of the pipeline broke out in New York and Washington and days after millions took part in peaceful marches against trump around