Endless mahalo to dad, other veterans
Six Kauai Police Department in a room of 50, 30 who were Navy or civilian, or like myself, victims via the USAF.
Endless mahalo to my Dad and to every military veteran soul, as well as we the “Fortress” veterans who got to be by his side in those between war settings.
I know the sacrifices you all have made for freedom and justice. I am first and foremost the proud, very proud daughter of Major JFF intelligence officer, Air Force brat!
The Hawaii assignment was my Dad’s last hurrah, so to speak. So as per usual we accompanied him to stay front row seats, free Kodak hula show nightly, and out from our home, Fort DeRussy mess hall Waikiki. Teachers were brought to us a couple hours twice a weekday, otherwise, I was off to meet the watersportsmen beach boys. From then on interest in outrigger paddler, surfer, body and boogie boarder were my newest adventures.
In 2011, my dad had been deceased 1o years. Mom passed in June and I had the ultimate independent pleasure of sorting and bringing home around the world collections, in a first shipping, PODS freight transfer. I spent six months taking down their first and 50-year forever home.
Finally, I got my hands on several of Dad’s USAF career boxes. In these many documents, I realized my dad was complicit under Top Secret status, seated at Hickham negotiating table 1958-1959, in regards to the ongoing fraudulent ruse of the 50th star.
We are looking at 2018 elections. I think best practice will be to boycott set up of polling sites and confiscation of voter printouts for every precinct, starting with Kauai ending on the Big Island.
The proof is clear, my words to you are clear. De-occupation. We will never have homeless, left behind peoples or animals as they get first choice of all abandoned base housing, hotel rooms, condo and apartments.
Debra Kekaualua, Wailua Homesteads