Hawaiian Police Arrest/Torture Protest Leader, 3041
Good morning, I’m still reporting on the coup.
Even in the Social Democracy of California the fight between the open-the-economy folks and the destroy-the-economy overlords yesterday had some semblance of law and order.
Protesters on the beaches of Orange County were treated with respect by police, and the two sides have now taken their disagreements to the courts.
The Democrat strategy nationwide is clear – stall, stall, stall, because a depression is the only way to beat Trump.
But there is another angle that makes the blue states glom onto the stall strategy all the more – their own state economies are loaded with leftist give-away programs that are only now coming to a fiscal fruition with devastating consequences.
If the stall strategy doesn’t work to defeat Trump, at least the Desperados have a fallback position of trying to force Congress to back massive state bailouts the blue states to cover up for their gross fiscal mismanagement of the last two decades.
These same macro financial conditions apply to the nation’s most remote state, Hawaii. However, although it never hits the more sympathetic west coast newspapers, what’s going on in Hawaii has a decidedly more communist suppressive tone to it.
With the ascension of rapidly-growing Chinese wealth, Hawaii has become a favorite vacation spot for Chinese oligarchs. The Bank of China has set up its huge eastern headquarters in the center of Honolulu, and now Chinese-style totalitarianism may have infiltrated not just the statewide Democrat party, but even the mainline Republicans as well. And so, it’s no surprise that this uni-party gets what it wants to when the police are ordered to quell protesters of their CCP-lockdown.
The effects of the lockdown is way more impactful on the Hawaiian economy on a per-capita basis than it is in any of the other 49 states because the islands have become totally dependent on the tourist trade – and especially the American tourist trade.
But with Americans not moving and not traveling, the only money moving in Hawaii is that of the Chinese.
That magnifies the power of Chinese money, and that’s just exactly what China wants. This has quickly empowered the once-marginal Hawaiian separatist movement into what may now be the dominant political force on the island chain. In the same way that the small group of America-hating, AOC supporters now mysteriously seem to be controlling the desperado majority in the U.S. Congress. The separatist movement is clearly racist. The refer to white people as mainland howlies and believe all whites should leave the Hawaiian Islands. This movement seems to be pushing the already far-left traditional Hawaiian Democrat party over to an openly America hating party – with the notable exception of Representative Tulsi Gabbard – an Air Force vet. One only has to listen to less than one minute of the rantings of Hawaiian Senator Mazie Hirono to leave no doubt as to whose side she is on.
Hawaii wasn’t always this way. Two or three generations of Hawaiians have been proud American citizens. Statehood was first proposed in 1919, but it wasn’t until 40 years later, in 1959, that Congress approved the Hawaiian Admission Act. This was followed by a referendum in which Hawaiian residents voted 94% in support of statehood, and on August 21, 1959, Hawaii became the 50th state.
But since then, several nativist-based sovereignty movements have slowly gained in popularity, but still far from a majority. A 2014 poll showed that 63% still opposed the creation of a Native Hawaiian nation.
With that as a necessary background, let’s bring this into the present. Hawaii has been blessed with one of the lowest confirmed COVID-19 case totals in the nation, with only 604 cases and 14 deaths. And for the last two days, only one new COVID-19 case per day has arisen.
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However, on April 25 – just 8 days ago, the Gov. of Hawaii, David Ige, announced the extension of the state’s mandatory stay-at-home lockdown order through May 31.
Gov. Ige – a Democrat - said he feared Hawaii would see a surge of COVID-19 cases if the state reopened too soon:
“… as parts of Japan and China have dealt with. That would result in overrunning our healthcare system and more death.”
However, according to Max Dible, a reporter for Big Island Now, elective medical procedures are now available again, and there is adequate hospital capacity.
It remains to be seen which way this economic lockdown will turn the public. However, it has fueled an alternate to the traditional Republican party called the Hawaii Republican Assembly or HIRA.
Many in the HIRA party believe Gov. Ige’s continued economic lockdown is part of the blue-state strategy of forcing the federal government to plug the massive holes in their state budgets which their generous social spending has brought on.
One recent analysis by the Economic Research Organization of the University of Hawaii says that the coronavirus recession could put Ha
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