That always seems to get some stalkers' attention. Ano ai e Maka'ulani
keia olelo noeau.
Pepe ka nahele o Upeloa, nawili i ka ua kakahiaka
This was an expression in chants referring to anyone who was humiliated
. That means, not comprehending, acting stupid, acting out by posting in the forums, contacting Ken Conklin to post pics of the person(s) targeted and getting everyone else to jump in on the action.
When people make assumptions
, and imply that well known scholars such as Kamakau had their work "tainted", which is something that some people
have always claimed with "piracy". Or when you have people
claim that we
are making claims that genealogies are not true to go research it ourselves.
Had these people
comprehend the context in its entirety, they would understand that some people
just can't be trusted because they've actually seen genealogies posted, like here on MW and have now added it in to their own genealogy.
As the saying goes, Kai no he koa no ka la nui, he koa ka no ka la iki
, referring to those who flee, the chicken $h!t. We've seen it before, people don't like confrontation and insists that they are right, that their sources are valid, and have to state the number of years of research that they've done in order to validate this. Of course if I were to grade this person
I'd give them a D or F, but in return they whine, threaten with police reports or get the only pseudo-bodyguard
that they can gather who hides behind a mask to come and fight to which turns into nothing but defamation rather than arguing the points, then incites others
as a means of validating while their presence is here by saying "get mad", it really paints only one facet of their character. Cowardness. That olelo noeau sums it up, when someone runs, rather than fight. When I mean fight, I don't mean to post another blog entry
as a means to show how tough or smart one is. They're not dealing with the problem.
With that said, anyone who ended up being wrong, becomes afraid. It's not the end of the world, man up, face your adversaries (if that's how you see it), and if you want to hide behind an icon that supposedly signifies bravery
, or not sure what the message is really, then at least face your opponent, face-to-face
. Hohe wale ka mea hewa.
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