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Ken Conklin, a notorious anti-Hawaiian, has had another of his anti-Hawaiian letters printed in today's paper. Once again I will have to point out (to the editor) how it is a hate crime to single out and target Hawaiians. I have been watching him for a few years and have noticed that he has a deep hatred for Hawaiians. Hawaiians are indigenous to Hawai'i. They were and have been stepped on by the conquerors. They did so illegally. It's time for reparations. Though the Akaka Bill is not the answer... he has no right to speak for Hawaiians because he is not Hawaiian. So he should hush and let Hawaiians speak. Instead he writes diatribe after diatribe about how much he hates Hawaiians which makes him a hypocrit since by targeting only Hawaiians he IS being race-based as well. (Don't you like how hypocritical he is?)

Here is his Hitler-like face:

He's still at it and here is his latest letter which shows his hatred for Hawaiians as well as his hypocrisy (he targets Hawaiians only.) Look at the Pot calling the Kettle black once again:

Arizona senator right about Akaka bill

Star-Bulletin's June 27 editorial attacked Arizona Sen. John Kyl's criticism of the Akaka bill as "preposterous." It's the Star-Bulletin analysis that's preposterous. Kyl is correct: the Akaka bill is race-based. Nobody can participate in the bill's tribal process without Hawaiian blood.

The Star-Bulletin says the Akaka bill could have avoided charges of racism by including all descendants of the kingdom's (non-native) inhabitants. Yes, indeed. But that would violate the rationale of the bill -- a (false) theory that Congress has plenary power over (only) the "indigenous" people of America whether or not they are members of still-continuing pre-existing tribes.

The Star-Bulletin says Kyl is silly to claim the Akaka bill promotes secession. My article at http://tinyurl.com/4cho6 proves Kyl is correct. Several leaders of the independence movement now support the Akaka bill as a way to get money and power while seeking independence. The Office of Hawaiian Affairs and Sen. Daniel Akaka himself repeatedly encourage that attitude.

The apology bill's author presented a paper in April 2005 at a Columbia University symposium devoted to liberating American colonial territories in Puerto Rico, Guam, Samoa -- and Hawaii.

Kenneth R. Conklin

Seen at http://starbulletin.com/2005/07/01/editorial/index.html

Worse... he knows that I'm married yet he propositioned me. He grosses me out and he disgusts me and as people know... I am brutally honest. All I can say is.... yuck! Plus he's a retired professor?!?!?! Show some respect geeeeez.


( 3 comments — Leave a comment )
Jul. 2nd, 2005 08:24 am (UTC)
what I don't understand (as a white girl) is why anyone would listen to anyone from Arizona and what they had to say about Hawaii anyway ... I mean that would be like Utah discussing California.
Jul. 2nd, 2005 09:15 pm (UTC)
Very good point. It is illogical. Well to me... he is illogical. I've also noticed that very few people in Hawai'i listen to him but then it still concerns me because that's how powerful became powerful... it started with a few? Then it spread.
Jul. 3rd, 2005 01:35 am (UTC)
I've also noticed that very few people in Hawai'i listen to him but true too many Hawwiians feel like this, there are a lot of you and if you all lifted your voice, he wouldn't have power... part of the problem, and it is the same for my celtic background, We think there is so much more in life worth doing we sometimes ignore the things we need to do because we are laid back and friendly
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