In an article in today's paper a Hawaiian man allegedly killed his Hawaiian girlfriend who was the mother of his children. Of course I know that some Hawaiian men reading this post will be very upset so consider themselves WARNED LOL
That is why I do not like many Hawaiian men. They do not know how to treat Hawaiian women. They disrespect Hawaiian women while respecting other women.
They treat Filipino women better.
They treat Haole women better.
They treat Japanese women better.
(I could go on and on naming other ethnicities but it's not solely about ethnicity(ies.) It's about respect.)
While they treat Hawaiian women like dirt and/or WORSE than dirt.
Don't lie now. Look at yourself in the mirror and tell me what you see.
Obviously these Hawaiian men who disrespect Hawaiian women should be exposed for the asshole pricks that they are. If that is you then of course you WILL be offended LOL and RIGHTFULLY SO.
Anyway I know this for a fact so don't lie! And I know that when some Hawaiian men read this they will feel offended. GOOD! They should treat Hawaiian women like the princesses and queens that they are.
Anyway this is a sad story but it shows how some Hawaiian men treat Hawaiian women... like dirt! My personal opinion (actually all of this is my opinion LOL) is that many Hawaiian men are WEAK. Many are on drugs. Many are in JAIL. Many abandon their children. Where are they when I need/needed them? They are/were GONE (LOL) So while they act o ka stupid many Hawaiian women not just myself are forced to protect ourselves. Many get upset at us for being strong but it's not as though we have a choice. Seriously. Sometimes strong people are strong because they HAVE TO BE.
And I am NOT referring to those Hawaiian women who abandon their children. That's mentally AND physically hurting a child and I have NO respect for any woman who abandons their child or children. There is NO excuse for such behavior and will NOT be excused. I have NO respect for child abandoners male AND female irrelevant of ethnicity. I despise them. Period.
Anyway they are not men. They are MICE.
So the question is... "Are you a man or a mouse?"
Here... I will teach Hawaiian men to be men *rolling eyes* and teach them to treat Hawaiian women with respect or else I will write about it in my blog *LOL*
All hate email can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Mahalo.
Anyway here is the sad article:
Boyfriend is held in Molokai killing
The female victim's family says that she loved her children
By Gary T. Kubota
WAILUKU >> A 22-year-old Molokai woman's death has been classified as a homicide following an autopsy yesterday in Honolulu.
Her 24-year-old boyfriend, Mandan Kamai, was charged with manslaughter and abuse of a household member, Maui police Detective Tim Gapero said.
Gapero said the autopsy showed the death of 22-year-old Olakalani Mollena was due to "a blunt force injury to the head."
Mollena had two children with Kamae, including one she had given birth to on April 18.
Police responded to a call of "a fight in progress" at 11:36 p.m. Saturday at the Hotel Molokai and found Mollena lying on the shoulder of a nearby road, Gapero said.
Mollena was taken to Molokai General Hospital and later flown to the Queen's Medical Center on Oahu, where she died at 3:54 a.m. Sunday.
Kamai, arrested about 1 a.m. Sunday, was flown to the Valley Isle and is being held by police.
Mollena and Kamai, a boxer, had been living with her parents in Hoolehua, and she had been working at three jobs to keep the family together, said her aunt Lauren Naki.
"It's a tragedy, a devastating tragedy. She was very, very dear to us," Naki said.
"I just pray and hope that justice is done in this case."
Naki said she had gone with her mother for dinner at the Hotel Molokai, where there was a concert Saturday night, and had seen Mollena with Kamai.
"She was asking him to dance," Naki said.
Naki said when she was walking out of the Hotel Molokai, she saw an ambulance and found out her niece had been injured.
Naki said she took care of Mollena as a child and knew her as an adult who was "always happy."
"Even when everything was not going good with her relationship or whatever happened in her life, it never showed," Naki said.
Naki said Mollena had a daughter, now 7, at an early age, and she loved her children.
She said Mollena was the type of person who was reliable and would help her family organizing special occasions and also helped her grandmother.
"She would come up and mow the lawn for my mom," Naki said. "Anything that needed to be done, she did it."
Mollena was interviewed in a story in the Honolulu Star-Bulletin last August when she had difficulty getting direct flights between Molokai and Honolulu to take her infant son on monthly visits to a children's hospital on Oahu.
Her infant child Kamalinokekaneokala, then 1 1/2 months old, had been born five weeks premature without his lungs fully developed and had to be hooked up to an oxygen tank while on the flight.
Melvin Mollena, her stepfather, said the infant, now about 11 months old, is doing well.
Malia Pierce, a coordinator at a Molokai shelter for battered women called Hale Hoomalu, said domestic violence is a problem on the island.
"The number of unreported cases far exceeds the number of reported cases," she said.
Pierce said typically, the victim will return to the abusive partner seven to nine times before making a decision to leave the relationship, if ever.
She said her advice is for the woman to seek help by calling Alternatives to Violence to seek protection and help, at 553-3202.
Seen at http://starbulletin.com/2005/05/31/news/story5.html