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Air Force proposes installing seven more telescopes on Hawaiian peak

Air Force is proposing the addition of seven more telescopes on the top of Haleakala on the Hawaiian island of Maui.

It appears it is also facing major opposition within Hawaii to this proposal.

Last week, the Air Force held scoping meetings in Kahului, Pukalani and Kihei that drew hundreds of people, many of them Native Hawaiians who consider Haleakala sacred and oppose any further installation of telescopes. They made their voices loud and clear in many hours of testimony.

“The American military is like a sick old man who won’t take no for an answer,” said Sesame Shim. Shim described the installation of telescopes on Haleakala as a violent desecration of a family member, an analogy several other women echoed in testimony, eliciting loud applause.

According to the Air Force, the telescope are needed to track the growing number of orbiting objects in space.

If the Air Force proceeds, I am sure this opposition will attempt to physically block construction, as it did with the now practically defunct Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) on Mauna Kea on Hawaii’s big island. It appears that the political forces on Hawaii not only are opposed to all technology, they are hostile to all non-natives, and are working in the end to cleanse their islands of these white-skinned devils.

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5 comments

  • James Street

    “It appears that the political forces on Hawaii…”

    Well funded by godless commies. When the godless commies couldn’t sell communism by its virtues, they snuck it in through the back door using leftist causes like environmentalism and racism.

    Here’s a hilarious 95 second video where Newt Gingrich mentions George Soros on one of the talking head programs and it goes over like a fart in church.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8buhJgzP6XU

  • David M. Cook

    When is the FBI going to investigate these groups & find out the source of their funding? Oh, wait, the FBI are a bunch of leftist homosexuals who hate America & support this nonsense. I‘m sure the chi-coms don‘t want the Air Force to be able to track their satellites, so they provide money to the natives to do the work for them. It‘s much cheaper & more effective that way!

  • Diane Wilson

    The proper Hawaiian term for white-skinned devils is “haoli.” (Pronounced “HOWL-ee”)

    The term has spread across the Pacific, and probably further. I was a haoli for two years on Guam.

  • Col Beausabre0

    Sick old man = Shim

  • Robert Pratt

    Isn’t funny how these leftists are always free to break their own rules imposed on us? In this case the speaker is engaging in “ageism” with this: “…like a sick old man who won’t take no for an answer,” said Sesame Shim.”
    I wasn’t aware that sick old men generally will not take no as an answer.

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