August 3, 2005, - 3:07 pm

Hawaiian-only School Ruled Racist, Must Admit Whites

By Debbie Schlussel
Every once in a while, it’s nice to see the shoe on the other foot. In this case, it’s Hawaii’s Kamehameha Schools, named after Hawaiian King Kamehameha. The free, private schools admitted only ethnic Hawaiians and part-Hawaiians–an unlawful, racist policy now nixed by the courts.
For once the People’s Republic of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (based in closeted San Francisco) got it right, ruling that the schools admissions policy was racist against Whites and other non-ethnic Hawaiians.
Welcome to equality, Kamehameha!

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Shut the fuck you stupid haole!!! Fugly bitch you don’t know nothing!!!http://hilo.hawaii.edu/academics/hohonu/documents/Vol06x15RacistorRighteous.pdf
WE as a Hawaiian nation only got about 20% of Native Hawaiians in our own land compared to 25% Whites in our land and the Hawaiian population is decreasing more and more. WE as a people were oppressed and we still get treated like shit from you white people every time you come here and try take our ancestors land. And if you haven’t noticed by now, sadly , my Hawaiian people and the locals here are mostly drug addicts and most likely haven’t done anything with their lives. KAMEHAMEHA ensures that our Hawaiian kids get a better future than their parents. It ensures that they won’t end up on the streets or in crack house. It’s one of the only good things, we as Hawaiians have left. And you can say it’s racist all you want but note this: you only have to be part Hawaiian. I have a friend whos white & Hawaiian who goes there. So you can try and make a case of “reverse racism” but until you tell me how white people were oppresed at one point in time, the shut the fuck up.

Asha on April 11, 2013 at 3:36 pm

If you really want to see equality in this world, how about white people give Native Hawaiians and Native Americans back their rightful God given land as compensation for oppression.

‘Nuff Said.

808Built on April 11, 2013 at 3:43 pm

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