Hawaiian Electric Continues Criminal Justice Atrocities

On January 17, 1893, the Hawai'i kingdom was overthrown when a group of businessmen formed the 13-member Committee of Safety and forced Queen Lili'uokalani to abdicate her throne. Three of Hawaiian Electric's five executives, President William W. Hall, Treasurer Jonathan Austin and Thomas May, directed the Committee that committed the atrocity. A hundred years later, the … Continue reading Hawaiian Electric Continues Criminal Justice Atrocities

Hawaiian Electric CEO Connie Lau Supports Criminal Activity

Purdue Pharma pleaded guilty today to three criminal charges, formally taking responsibility for its role in an opioid epidemic that has contributed to nearly 500,000 American deaths. We have crushed our local and national economy to battle the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic (red bar below), which has led to over 250,000+ deaths. Yet the current death toll … Continue reading Hawaiian Electric CEO Connie Lau Supports Criminal Activity

Do Not Come to Hawaii If You Are Black

Cooking at complex community grills about a month ago when a Black couple walked up to the unit next to me. We exchanged a polite hello and continued with food preparations. After a few minutes, the male, Mr. M, offered me a cigar. Not a smoker so I politely declined. He and his partner, Ms. … Continue reading Do Not Come to Hawaii If You Are Black

Prestigious Hawaiian Electric and CEO Connie Lau CANCEL Americans with Disabilities

In this intense election season, politicians seek our support through promises of greater social justice, equity, and inclusion. Racism, sexism, nationalism top their agenda, while another ‘ism’ is frequently left out of conversations -- ableism. Ableism is discrimination of and social prejudice against people with disabilities based on the belief typical abilities are superior. Ableism is … Continue reading Prestigious Hawaiian Electric and CEO Connie Lau CANCEL Americans with Disabilities