The term “babe” should refer to innocent children, untouched by the world, and ready to discover it for themselves. The A’ole group called the Babes Against Biotech is a complete misnomer for one of the vilest group of folks found in our islands. A’ole legislators love these nasty women and their following and throw out accusations of being bullied. Really? Just read what happens if you’re a young scientist who decides to speak up for your profession.
There needs to be a renaming of the Babes Against Biotech with their unaloha ways. Bulliettes Against Biotech. Who’s the bully here?
Just when you thought things would quiet down a bit here in Hawaii, it never fails that the no aloha folks are bursting at the seams to spew their comments again. Meet Helen Lovell, who apparently is a nurse:
She believes that papaya farmers deserve no aloha for using biotech to grow their crops. But how exactly does one grow “nasty garbage?”
She apparently thinks that there is no aloha when people speak up against these activists, and that anyone who does is a troublemaker. Of course, they only want their voices heard and not anyone else’s.
You also know that Vandana Shiva has recently been to the islands when they borrow her terminology of “raping the land.”
Then she goes on to say that threats made against the Mayor were made by my little corn friend, Frank n Foode…(seriously?). I can’t quite figure out why I would need to threaten the Mayor but she has something in her mind that there is a reason for it. They still can’t figure out that they themselves are looking bad because of the nature of their commentaries.
Last but not least, Helen has to throw in an insult. No surprise at all for that is the Kauai A’ole way.
As much as these folks love to talk about them being pono and having lots of aloha, it is clear that they have no clue about it already. Same goes for their leader, Gary Hooser and his antics. Monkey see, monkey do.
The Hawaii GMO Justice Coalition is an interesting Facebook page full of A’ole GMO websites, scare mongering memes, Evict Monsanto stuff, and posts from some very lovely people indeed. They also are quite conflicted as to whether they want a full ban on GMOs or just labeling. Same goes for most of these groups with schizophrenic tendencies. This page also uses its cover to post some very nice comments to farmers.
Here are a few gems from this group:
Some commenters even get concerned about what some of their other fellow A’oles post…
Their is also a noticeable pattern of posting nasty hateful comments that by design are meant to get their supporters worked up and also in the mode of communicating not only hateful messages, but outright condoning of vandalism and violence.
It is amazing how pages like this have such vile, hateful commentary and then always end it with truth, love, peace, and unity! Along with poison?!
This group is also against Kamehameha Schools and their leases to Monsanto. Their message is always Evict Monsanto and they even have shirts and caps that advertise their message. Does this mean that they are anti-Hawaiian? Do they not want Hawaiians to benefit from the lease land revenue? We presume so as they are hell bent on getting after Kamehameha Schools. Maybe a name change is due for this group… The A’ole Kamehameha Schools Justice Coalition. That’s the A’ole way for sure!