MAUI: “Make Oprah Eat That Ten Million.”
There are ten million reasons to suspect foul play in Maui, it seems.
Americans across the country are giving their opinions on Oprah Winfrey and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s recent fund for the victims of the fires that have ravaged Maui.
And they aren’t as glowing as they once would have been.
“…and after all of that, you’ll have enough money to help the rest of us————–boo!”
It’s much funnier in the video, the second one I include here, and I invite you to watch to the end. It’s only a minute long.
The first video isn’t as comical but it certainly is more informative. “Make Oprah eat that ten million”–priceless.
I haven’t written an article on Maui with a firm argument, simply because I, like many others, have come simply to go with “government corruption” as my default reaction, as an absolute bottom-dwelling possibility not even taking into account the litany of viable conspiracy theories. For this tragedy, I don’t care to rabbit hole those conspiracy theories. Something–a lot–is amiss in Maui, and it is amiss because of the same nefarious players trying to destroy our lives in every other story popping up all over the planet. Whether it is a direct energy weapon (yikes!) or the more believable infrastructural neglect matters not in the least to me. It does me little good to dig for the absolute truth on Maui. I care about those who have died and who have lost everything because of evil, period. For that reason I have simply run a series of thought-jogging articles to fuel the conversation, more food for thought than anything.
This happened on August 14:
Wealthy individuals like Oprah are settler colonial agents, buying up Hawaiian land by the thousands of acres and in doing so forcing Kānaka Maoli away off of the land in which they’re using as vacation properties. If Oprah wanted to help, she’d give up the land she’s stolen. https://t.co/lAC8FAW2LV— James Ray ☭ (@GoodVibePolitik) August 14, 2023
Then there was the beautifully passionate Hawaiian woman, nicknamed “Auntie,” whose video from August 22 went viral. She cut no words in her vitriol toward Oprah and others:
“Nobody called us! Our phones didn’t work from 5 in the morning. The fire was not until 10 o’clock when I went to work,” she stated, noting that there was no water for hours and no warning from the government.
The woman also doesn’t believe it’s a coincidence that the “satellite city” has been destroyed — possibly driving down the value for others to purchase the land.
“Everybody talking about the satellite city before the fire. Lahaina gonna be the first satellite city!” the resident says before taking aim at the two billionaires. “Well, hey, Jeff Bezos, you got what you wanted, Oprah, you got what you wanted … f—k us over!”
Clearly, Oprah and other elites are at the center of the most likely of conspiracies involving land grabs. Of course, she is also front and center in creating what many people believe is a façade of philanthropy:
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Oprah Winfrey have created a fund to make direct payments to people in Hawaii who have been affected by Maui wildfires.
The People’s Fund of Maui aims to make monthly payments of $1,200 (£950) to the thousands of victims of the fires that swept the island this month.
The two celebrities donated $10m to kick off the fundraiser, and are asking for further donations from the public….
“Collaborating closely with an esteemed advisory board and support from the local community and respected elders, this new fund will serve as a bridge to provide cash directly to the families and individuals affected so that they can personally determine how best to use the funds for themselves,” the fundraiser said.
“People being able to have their own agency, being able to make decisions for themselves about what they need and what their family needs–that’s our goal,” Winfrey said in a video with The Rock that was posted on Instagram.
“Even in the most difficult of times, the people of Maui come together, and we rise–that’s what makes us stronger,” The Rock said.
“We are beyond grateful to be working alongside esteemed community leaders of Maui to launch the People’s Fund of Maui. These leaders are offering their guidance to ensure our fund can put money directly in the hands of those individuals most affected.”
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has offered an initial payment of $700 for immediate needs, but many have said the money does little to help with long-term recovery.
Winfrey is a part-time resident of Maui and The Rock lived in Hawaii as a child and is partly of Samoan descent.
So admirable. So sweet, boo.
It’s all a hot mess. Americans aren’t buying it anymore. With anything and everything that has happened since 2020, including the mass awakening taking place concerning those pesky little things like Epstein Island, politicians, and celebrities–in particular the continued cover-up of it all and absence of a certain client list–people simply aren’t going to open up their wallets and trust these “idols” with their money anymore. Among other tragedies that continue to make Americans wonder, Haiti 2010 comes to mind.
Where are all those children, Oprah?
And for that matter, where are the thousands still missing in Maui and not being reported in the official numbers by the mainstream media?
I really hope the rumors are true that the sequel to Sound of Freedom will involve those missing children from Haiti.
But back to the current story, the latest effort at a dent in the enemy’s armor. Here are two of the many, many Americans who get it. I understand the comments are pretty damning of the celebs as well——–boo!
“Please don’t tell me I just saw a billionaire standing next to a millionaire begging the average, everyday citizen for donations that barely able to get by due to a recession in a country where Biden is giving away all our resources.”
Yep, my fellow American, you are right. Multiplied by ten million. It takes a lot of nerve. These people are sick.
May everyone named directly or referenced indirectly ask forgiveness and do penance for their sins against America and God. I fight this information war in the spirit of justice and love for the innocent, but I have been reminded of the need for mercy and prayers for our enemies. I am a sinner in need of redemption as well, for my sins are many. In the words of Jesus Christ himself, Lord forgive us all, for we know not what we do.