Occupiers remain at Coco Palms
LIHUE — Occupiers remain on Coco Palms property under their own direction.
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Isn’t the concept a nation of laws, not men?
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The concept is supposed to be “a government of laws, not of men,”
This writer, Bethany really needs to wise up to these attention starved freeloaders and their gullible transplant cheerleaders!
It’s all about greed, money and lust for more power by aggressive measures brought on by the oppressors who overthrew the Hawaiian nation and continue with the genocide of native Hawaiians through illegal laws that benefit their greed and lust of power over the innocents. If they were white Jewish and not of color, I’ll bet Soong’s decision would be of different nature.
Very good and unbiased information from this professional reporter.
Isn’t it a little ironic that Punohu Kekaualua is wearing a US Army fatigue jacket? Blame the US government for all the problems for ‘Hawaiians’, but wear their military uniform. Interesting.
And the government leaders will sit by until every last Hawaiian is uprooted from the aina in their own homeland.