Letters to the Editor: July 20, 2020

Let’s hope the FBI doesn’t stop there

Mahalo to our FBI Honolulu Task Force Team. Many of us throughout our communities have been extremely cognizant of the criminal and dishonorable activities that have been plaguing our islands for quite some time now. So the recent U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) sting operation of “Miske Enterprise,” also known as “wanna-be crime lord,” was definitely a sight for sore eyes.

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Finally, an organization that is not only hearing our concerns, but showing concern for justice, peace, and genuine respect for all the people.

But let’s hope that the FBI doesn’t stop there.

I strongly encourage the FBI to continue its investigations by starting at the top and looking under every nook and cranny beginning with the Ige administration straight on down the pike.

Investigate all state and county organizations in Hawaii for illegal activities such as embezzlement and failure to comply to state audits, document manipulation, political bribes and kickbacks, lack of transparency, blanket businesses used as LLCs, electoral and various types of fraud, treason, failure to uphold the rule of law equally and fairly, race-based favoritism, intimidation and terrorism, conspiracy against rights, unlawful use of county and state resources, taxation without representation, false statements and reporting, supporting of terrorism, and the soliciting of others for votes and potential candidates that they can manipulate and control like marionettes. Did I miss anything?

So to our FBI, mahalo, mahalo, mahalo, for doing the job that our state and county agencies have routinely failed to do.

I noticed in your press release that you intentionally excluded introducing the Honolulu Chief of Police. That alone spoke volumes. Keep up the awesomeness.

Lisa Malakaua

Hilo

Love conquers all

I am coming straight out and saying in this somewhat shaky world of ours, we definitely need more love by each and every one of us on this planet we call home. Each and every one of us has to touch other people’s lives with love for it conquers hate which destroys relationships and the world we call planet earth.

I just picture what a wonderful world it would be if we, Big Islanders could just love one another and touch as many people’s lives as possible to make this island a better place to live on.

All in all, love is the answer for all of the negatives and evils on the Big Island, as well as the rest of the world. My higher power says love one another for it is the righteous thing to do. Have a blessed day everyone.

Dean Nagasako

Honokaa

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