For my family and friends ™ (haolegirl) wrote,
For my family and friends ™
haolegirl

Jere Krischel tries to snipe the Hawaiian Kingdom once again


sniped, snip·ing, snipes:

To shoot at individuals from a concealed place.
To shoot snipe.
To make malicious, underhand remarks or attacks.




Here is another example of Jere Krischel trying to snipe the Hawaiian Kingdom. These attacks are done purposefully but I DO catch them as much as I possibly can because when he attacks the Hawaiian Kingdom he is attacking Hawaiian CHILDREN. In this example he tries to let it slide... but I won't let him:


Jere Krischel: "no fringe political group gets to decide alone what the government of the Hawaiian Islands will be. Period. That power belongs to all the people of Hawaii."


Me, Lana: "Not quite. Citizens of Iraq do not decide what the U.S. government does. Same thing applies to the citizens of Hawaii. They are not necessarily citizens of the Hawaiian Kingdom. Only the citizens of the Hawaiian Kingdom decide what the Hawaiian government decides. These citizens do not include Jere Krischel. He is not a citizen. Therefore he needs to make like an American and mind his own business and stop interfering in another nation/country. In this case the Hawaiian Kingdom."




I no longer address Jere Krischel directly. Instead I speak and/or write about him in the third person. Why? It's simple. He does not respect Hawaiians. Therefore he does not respect ME so you bet I do not converse with him. Instead I discuss him because he is disrespectful.



In any case I hope I have made myself clear to Jere Krischel. If not I will repeat myself over and over again until Jere Krischel learns that it's HANDS OFF the Hawaiian Kingdom. He is not a citizen. Therefore he needs to butt out of our nation's business. PERIOD.

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