Tu, Nov 8, 2016, Hawaii general election. Details
Saturday, August 13, 2016, is primary election day. Voters are only allowed to vote for candidates from one party in Hawaii's primary election.
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Doctors who commit sex abuse, fraud, murder and identity impersonation now accepted as normal by a corrupt cancer establishment
by S. D. Wells
August 5, 2016
The following are true stories. In California, a doctor who had just completed an examination on a female patient, put his hand down her blouse, pulled one of her breasts out of her bra and put his mouth on it, then pulled out his penis and ejaculated in her hand. In Missouri, a doctor treating a sexually assaulted patient told her he was turned on by her story and asked her if she liked being urinated on and tied up during sex. In Kentucky, a doctor examining a woman's abdomen thought her underwear was so sexy that he put his mouth on her vagina saying to her, "I couldn't resist" because it was ... "so beautiful." All of these cases are described in public records, and all of the doctors, of course, are still licensed to continue abusing people across America.
The American Medical Association (AMA) could care less, as they are in the business of slinging chemical medicine for profit. Only occasionally will the AMA "burn a scarecrow" to form the impression that they prosecute rogue MDs, but for the most part, they just don't care. There are many anesthesiologists getting busted lately for sexually abusing patients while they are drugged up before and after surgery, and pediatricians and radiologists who molest children of all ages. It's horrific, and even some babies, survivors of sexual abuse and women in their 80s are victims.
Abuse in doctors' offices and hospitals is not always sexual, though. In Detroit, Michigan, several doctors are implicated in a ring of disgusting abuse, conspiring to overdose healthy (non-cancer) patients with ultra-strong doses of chemotherapy. Only one of them – Dr. Farid Fata – was actually sent to prison, even though he confessed to conspiring with more than half a dozen others for over ten years. Authorities are supposedly still "investigating" those he named in court, but odds are we'll never hear another peep or see any legal action. Why? Because Fata is the "burning scarecrow" serving the first of 45 years in federal prison for the biggest medical scam in American history, in which he robbed the medical system of $34 million, and administered chemotherapy to over 500 people who did not need it. That's enough for the AMA, CDC and FDA to "call it a day."
Guilt-ridden ex-Marine gives the audience a dose of the realities of war.
Hawaii Political Info introduction: On the last day of the Democratic National Convention, retired four-star Marine general John R. Allen talks up waging our never-ending wars, part of the plan that Aaron Russo exposed many years ago, but is largely forgotten today. The audience responded in a fervor of patriotism. (The audience was filled by mysterious people, rumored to be paid actors [an unproven allegation], who filled the many empty DNC seats. Witnesses said that the Sanders delegates who had gone outside to protest and even those who went to the bathroom were not allowed back in to take their seats again. They were replaced with people more to the DNC's old guard liking.)
So far other peoples, not Americans, have paid by far the largest price in suffering and lives lost of our profit-motivated wars. Is our time coming, when we will pay the price on a massive scale?
Real Jew News
by Audrey McAvoy
August 4, 2016
Anthony DeLuze keeps his ancestors' traditions alive in 21st century Hawaii by growing the staple crop taro on a suburban plot sandwiched between wings of a sprawling shopping mall.
But the aquifer that hydrates his starchy vegetables sits under 20 enormous underground tanks the Navy uses to store fuel for military ships and aircraft. One tank leaked tens of thousands of gallons of jet fuel into the ground in 2014, worrying DeLuze the tanks are a threat to his farm's natural springs and well.
The aquifer also supplies a quarter of the water consumed in urban Honolulu, which includes the tourist mecca Waikiki.
by Dr. Kioni Dudley
Dr. Kioni Dudley is running for the nonpartisan office of Honolulu city councilman District I, which includes the area from Ewa to Makaha.
This is a pivotal time in history: we can either dramatically reduce commute time, improving the lives of hundreds of thousands of commuters from the Central and West side of O’ahu, or we can double it.
We live in Paradise, but our daily commute is Hell. A ride from Kapolei into or out of the city that takes twenty minutes at 10 A.M. takes an hour and a half or more during rush hour, each way, each day. All of our current city plans project that, even with rail, congestion will get far worse. We ain’t seen nothin’ yet! It will reach two and a half hours each way, and beyond.
The reason? We have 71,000 additional houses zoned and ready to build in Central and West O’ahu. While it might be claimed that 64,000 new jobs will be available in the new second city, that won’t be enough to serve even one of the two workers in the average house. All the others are expected to work in Honolulu. That’s means more than 71,000 additional people in rush hour traffic. Anticipated improvements on the freeway will accommodate 12,000 of them, and Rail, with every car crammed full, might accommodate another 28,000. But that leaves more than 30,000 without a way into the city. The result will be unbelievable freeway gridlock.
But that doesn’t have to happen.
With one decisive stand, we can change everything. We can give people their lives back, give them hours more to spend with their families each day, let them see their kids grow up, give them time for exercise and leisure and community activities. We can lift away the tension, anger, and frustration they experience now in traffic, and improve their health and their performance in the workplace. We can give latchkey kids, left alone for hours before and after school, the experience and guidance of family again.
An hour of delay each way currently costs families an extra $7,300 a year, a hidden cause of homelessness. If traffic doubles, the $14,600 will put far more onto the streets. Businesses currently pay $34,000 for a two hour delay. $68,000 would put many out of business.
How can we change it all? By changing our priorities, and putting the people first instead of the construction industry. In the next few years, the state will add another zipper lane and another freeway lane. If we were to stop adding houses in Leeward and Central O’ahu just during that time, we could dramatically improve current traffic. Rail, buses, or whatever ultimately rides the elevated guideway would assuredly bring it back up to Level of Service D—crowded, somewhat slowed, but steady moving traffic—which is the ”acceptable” rush hour standard nationwide. Building in the area could then resume as long as that standard is maintained.
The ‘Ewa Development Plan, which is the law, actually requires this, but the Mayor, his Departments, and the City Council have ignored it.
The Makakilo-Kapolei-Honokai Hale Neighborhood Board passed a resolution demanding that the City Department of Planning and Permitting comply with the ‘Ewa Development Plan and cease issuing all permits for all housing developments, hotels, and timeshares in Leeward and Central O’ahu until rush hour traffic is restored to Level of Service D (LOS D). The Neighborhood Boards of Mililani-Waipio, Pearl City, and Wai’anae have passed similar resolutions in support.
This is the time to put the people first. A year from now will be too late. Jobs aren’t a problem. The construction job market is hot, and at some point will require that we bring in more workers, who will need more houses and will compete for jobs during the next slowdown.
This is also an election year, a perfect time to insist on this. Let’s put traffic into every debate—mayoral, city council, and legislative. Let’s see who will commit to getting commuter traffic back up to, and keeping it at, LOS D.
The devil is getting some high profile play in politics this season, which is only fitting in that setting. In Trump's case, he fingers Hillary Clinton as the devil.
Former GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson recently and famously talked about Saul Alinsky's acknowledgement of Lucifer in his book Rules for Radicals, again relating it to Hillary, who knew Alinsky personally and rather well in her younger days. House Speaker John Boehner called losing presidential contender Ted Cruz "Lucifer in the flesh."