Yet what are we to gather from the emphasis here on vulnerable rural life and the boy with his pony? That the U.S. and Canada are opposed in fossil fuel politics? That the good people of Nebraska rely on horsepower for farming and transport? Bold Nebraska is not so bold as to insist on these conclusions, however they are suggested in the video's primary imagery.
Blurred in the background of some of the pictures of these good folk are cars and pickup trucks. A moment's thought confirms you can't get very far in rural Nebraska without a gasoline powered vehicle. The gasoline refined from the oilsand product is indeed intended for use in their and other American markets.
I am sure there are specific and good reasons why Bold Nebraska is opposing this pipeline devised by this company through this route and conducting this petroproduct. But those reasons are not being conveyed by this video, which offers only the insistence--given that these Americans are not getting rid of their cars--that the burdens of fossil fuel transport and of the climate changes caused by fossil fuel consumption ought to be borne by other people.
Added postscript: I'm not against NIMBYism in general, only when it rides a trumped up opposition between "us" and "them." By contrast, I think this video about the Douglas Channel by Shortt and Epic Productions that portrays the wealth of the natural world that could be at stake in an oil spill as a common and precious resource is magnificent, though that will be the subject of another post...