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What to you is a barren landscape, to Hawaiians is a sacred place. Preserving it is important to their culture. Is the cemetery where your family members lie, sacred to you? Shall we cover it over for housing? You do nothing but exhibit your ignorance and lack of discernment of anything outside your narrow worldview. Exactly! There are so many ways we could use all this energy and time. So much land has been blown up for millionaires hotels, resorts, golf courses, etc. It makes me sick. Should we help all the native Hawaiian’s who are addicts, homeless, who go hungry? Also, the same laws that allow this protest allow me to say or tell anyone anything I like. It’s mighty hypocritical to demand freedoms you aren’t willing to share with all. Our ancestors lived in their own time with their own values and beliefs. We should be living in our own time with our own sacred values, such as science and advancing our knowledge of the Dope fiends Marijuana a life of vice and sin shirt we live in. We must never let religion and superstition replace science and reason.
Gen Pandav My views are not about whether anyone is an indigenous person. If this were happening anywhere anytime with anyone of any religion I would feel the same way. I care greatly about indigenous peoples everywhere and I agree they have all been treated horribly all over the globe by white European imperialist powers from the very beginning of so-called exploration. I also care a great deal about the environment, but this telescope should go forward. The scientific benefits far, far outweigh the other considerations, whether environmental or religious or whatever. The U.S. is a deeply anti-intellectual, anti-science culture. And these attitudes are endangering the entire biosphere of the Dope fiends Marijuana a life of vice and sin shirt with the utter disregard for global warming. I hope any of them that interfere with this science advance spend some time in the gray bar hotel. It’s high time to abandon religion and superstition and imaginary insults to gods such as lono and begin to promote the advances we need to cope with things in the real world. If you want to go back to campus, kings owning everything and telling you how their corruption is great, good luck to you on that deal.
Dan Reed So I guess you are okay with the State of Hawaii and UH breaking conservation district land use laws for DECADES, allowing telescopes to be built despite the fact that multiple EIS’s have shown that the telescopes have cause adverse environmental harm (which against the law) some built without permits…the fact that they are allowing the TMT to be built without a $2 billion bond that they are REQUIRED to do by LAW. You have fallen for the false narrative of Hawaiians against Science because that’s exactly what the State WANTS you to believe. The truth is they are guilty of 50 years of gross mismanagement of Mauna Kea. They need to be held accountable, period. William Marone All religious beliefs hurt humanity because they teach people to accept unverified beliefs in place of evidence. But I respect the rights of free speech. The majority of residents want the TMT to be built. Are you worried about their rights and, especially, the rights of TMT? Free speech doesn’t outweigh ownership rights.