Hawaii governor starts to give the game away, then struggles to unsay it – Miller

by Mark Crispin Miller

Meanwhile, over 1,700 children are still missing, yet no one’s asking where they are


Now, while we (few) pass this around, chortling at that “gaffe,” let’s give some thought to the far graver question as to where all those children are, and why “our free press” isn’t asking.


Here’s an excellent overview, by Peter and Ginger Breggin, of all that’s deeply, weirdly wrong with the response—or non-response—to the catastrophe:

Maui’s Inferno – Organized Human Evil

We Used to Know How to Do “Rescue!”

September 7, 2023

Peter and Ginger Breggin Exposing the Global Predators
Maui’s Inferno – Organized Human Evil
Maui burned one month ago as of this writing. The poignant news story in USA Today about the catastrophe in Hawaii is “’Don’t forget about us’: Maui victims struggle one month after deadly fires.” No mention of the children. No photographs of frightened and grieving parents and grandparents holding up signs showing photographs of their laughing, sun-kiss…

The Breggins note that 1,757 children are still missing—a fact that most of “our free press” have either understated or (more commonly) suppressed.

So where are all those children? And why is “our free press” not asking—just as they have always buried such concerns (just like the FBI)? We need to ask both questions loud and clear, until we get some answers to that first question (whereas the answer to the second is already clear enough).


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