When You Hold an A’ole Accountable

There is a sudden interest in this blog about what many A’oles have said and done. One admits to making a disparaging remark to a senator while another continues to use typical anti studies as evidence. Then there’s another one who feels his rights have been violated.

Whatever the case may be, they now feel that they are being attacked. Let’s see now about this accusations of attack. Who came out and protested against biotech and are using fear mongering to gain followers? It was the A’oles. Who keeps on harping on GMO “contamination” and that biotech sprays people with pesticides? Hmmm… A’oles were the ones.  Who attacked who here?

One of the A’oles wants me to support what I love and let things rest.  Hmm…  When laws that the A’oles want passed keep coming up into play, do you think that it is okay for one to sit back and do nothing to defend this technology?  Oh, no, that won’t be happening here.  You said something bad, it’s saved for all to see.  It’s also good to clarify what has been said against the farmers too and seek the truth.  Is that an attack?  Nope, I call it being on the defense.

Want me to stop posting things that you have said publicly about the farmers?  Here’s a clue.  Stop posting your fear mongering comments around and riling others up.  That’s a great start.  I’d love to stop seeing all the misinformation being spread about farmers.  Keep it up and you can bet you’ll see your name up on this blog.

If you don’t like being featured here on this blog, stop spreading your misinformation all over the place. If you’re getting defensive about not being local, act local and stop disparaging the farmers they way you are.  It’s pretty simple really.

Local people don’t stand on other people’s farms and point fingers telling a farmer how to farm.  The farmers won’t be letting this happen anymore.

Published by hawaiifarmersdaughter

A Hawaii farmer's daughter born and raised here. Grew up on a farm, witness to the wonders of science and research, and sharing a bit about farm life and speaking up for agriculture in our islands.

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