Anonymous
Anonymous

INJUSTICE SOMEWHERE IS INJUSTICE EVERYWHERE. PLEASE SIGN AND SHARE THE PETITION JUSTICE FOR DR SEGUN RASAKI IN STATE OF INDIANA; http://www.causes.com/actions/1726294-justice-for-dr-segun-rasaki-in-state-of-indiana?ctm=home&reposter=803857. VISIT www.drrasakilegalfund.com and www.jumpahead.net FOR MORE DETAILS. THANKS AND GOD BLESS YOU, REMEMBER TO SHARE WITH YOUR FACEBOOK FRIENDS.

Anonymous
Anonymous

INJUSTICE SOMEWHERE IS INJUSTICE EVERYWHERE. PLEASE SIGN AND SHARE THE PETITION JUSTICE FOR DR SEGUN RASAKI IN STATE OF INDIANA; http://www.causes.com/actions/1726294-justice-for-dr-segun-rasaki-in-state-of-indiana?ctm=home&reposter=803857. VISIT www.drrasakilegalfund.com and www.jumpahead.net FOR MORE DETAILS. THANKS AND GOD BLESS YOU, REMEMBER TO SHARE WITH YOUR FACEBOOK FRIENDS.

Eric Stockhoff
Eric Stockhoff

PETA Needs to SHUT-UP...!!

Henry Boghossian
Henry Boghossian

Long Live our Hawai'i Nei.... Akua bless our Nation and its people ....

Edward Antonio
Edward Antonio

Born and raised in Hawaii, as a local boy, fishing, hunting, and living off the land is our heritage. As we all know we do not take more than we need, this is our lifestyle and the way we sustain food foe our families, Bugoff PETA.

June Fernandez
June Fernandez

Tis is our culture..our way of living..nd we only take wats needed to feed our families..so peta back off nd leave well enough alone..

Kahi Young
Kahi Young

Please go listen to my cousin Keanu Sai. Each and every law they impose on us Kanakamaoli is considered a war crime. This means that the official who punished you can be investigated by the bigger world courts. There is no such thing as the state of Hawaii

Kealoha Pisciotta
Kealoha Pisciotta

Aloha PETA, I am a long time supporter of PETA, the founder of Kai Palaoa (a Marine Protection Organization--www.kaipalaoa.com) and a Native Hawaiian. However, I believe PETA is misinformed on this issue. Peta might consider reviewing the Stanford University studies which looked to Hawaiian Ocean resources management as the model for global ocean and fishery recovery. It is not the Traditional/Cultural Practices still practiced by Native Hawaiians today that have caused the fishery crisis...

Aloha PETA, I am a long time supporter of PETA, the founder of Kai Palaoa (a Marine Protection Organization--www.kaipalaoa.com) and a Native Hawaiian. However, I believe PETA is misinformed on this issue. Peta might consider reviewing the Stanford University studies which looked to Hawaiian Ocean resources management as the model for global ocean and fishery recovery. It is not the Traditional/Cultural Practices still practiced by Native Hawaiians today that have caused the fishery crisis nor are these practices depleting the fish stocks. It is Corporate Fishing practices such as long liners and other abusive and unsustainable practices that are raping the sea. Native Hawaiian fishing practices are proven to be sustainable. They sustained a large population for thousands of years. The fallacy of modernity and its unsustainable Corporate TAKING is what should be sanctioned not Native Hawaiians. Let us challenge them together--because in the Profit is not a RIGHT !!!!

Samalaulu Violina Evaimalo

I am samoan and enjoy fishing. Got into fishing bout 5 years ago and every chance i get to go out and cast my line i take advantage of it. My mother who was born and raised in samoa always told us a stories of how my grandfather would ask his kids what do you want for dinner from the ocean? (which was my grandparents backyard-the ocean)he would come back with his 12 childrens request for dinner. He never took more than what he needed, only for that evenings dinner. I was very overwhelmed...

I am samoan and enjoy fishing. Got into fishing bout 5 years ago and every chance i get to go out and cast my line i take advantage of it. My mother who was born and raised in samoa always told us a stories of how my grandfather would ask his kids what do you want for dinner from the ocean? (which was my grandparents backyard-the ocean)he would come back with his 12 childrens request for dinner. He never took more than what he needed, only for that evenings dinner. I was very overwhelmed of the lifestyle my mom and her siblings grew up in samoa. I have never been there, born and raised in hawaii and love the islands with all my heart. We only take what we need and if its small we do the right thing and throw it back into the ocean. PETA will never understand what and why our ROOTS with FISHING is very important to us POLYNESIANS. It is instilled in us and our culture. Much aloha to all who LOVE FISHING and I SUPPORT our fisherman and woman.

Arthur Austin
Arthur Austin
  • Samalaulu Violina Evaimalo

Never kill what you can't eat, tradition!

Wenda Oyamot-Moon
Wenda Oyamot-Moon

Respect and recognize our culture and traditional ways of fishing. PETA needs to eat some sashimi, poke, and feed their brain cells.

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