In this post, I will show you how some bloggers will try to fool and confuse you about Kanaiolowalu.
One blogger in particular decided that she would use a bunch of negative words to describe Kanaiolowalu in a blog, then write about other things that have nothing to do with her original argument or statement.
Here is a screen capture I’ll use to show how people will try to fool and confuse you online.
Let’s examine this. The blogger states up-front that Kanaiolowalu does not “disclose.” But, nothing in her post even mentions anything about a lack of disclosure from Kanaiolowalu or the Native Hawaiian Roll Commission. If they're hiding something important from us, she fails to tell us what they are not disclosing.
She brags about being a real estate broker and a licensed managing broker in two different states. That has absolutely NOTHING to do with Kanaiolowalu. She then makes it sounds like being a licensed real estate broker somehow magically gives her special knowledge about Kanaiolowalu.
Lastly, she says that the Native Hawaiian Roll is being forced or imposed upon the Native Hawaiian people.
Let’s think about that for a minute.
Native Hawaiians have the option to choose to enroll with Kanaiolowalu or not. Does that sound like you’re being forced to do something you don’t want to do?
I don't think so.