“Volunteer” Hawaiians Turn “Paradise On Earth” Into An Island Of Snitches

by | Jun 25, 2020 | Headline News | 17 comments

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    This article was originally published by Mass Private I at Activist Post. 

    Travel publications around the world have referred to the Hawaiian islands as “paradise on earth.” But a much darker and more disturbing trend that was once relegated to the continental United States has taken Hawaii by storm.

    Much has been written about Nextdoor’s “Karen” problems of reporting on people of color, and now as AP News reports, “volunteer” Hawaiians are turning suspected quarantine rule-breakers into the police.

    A former reporter named Angela Keen and her Facebook group of snitches spy on vacationers’ social media pages looking for incriminating pictures.

    When members of her Facebook group spot tourists posting about their beach trips on social media, Keen zeroes in on photos for clues like license plate numbers she can run down and distinctive furnishings she can match up with vacation rental listings.

    Her group of “volunteer” snitches has spread across the Hawaiian islands, leading to the arrests of 35 vacationers so far.

    So far, volunteer sleuths with her group Hawaii Quarantine Kapu Breakers — kapu can mean rules in Hawaiian — has helped find about 13 people on Oahu and 22 people on the Big Island who were later arrested by police, Keen said. Members on other islands assisted with other cases that led to arrests, she said. (To see a depressing 90 minute video of what Angela Keen’s group has done click here.)

    Keen claims her group of “sleuths” is told not to approach potential violators and not to profile people because they look like outsiders. Which is misleading on numerous levels.

    For a place that bills itself as a vacationers paradise with hotels, restaurants, sightseeing tours and car, boat, and helicopter rentals, it would be extremely easy for “volunteers” to identify vacationers.

    Imagine going to Hawaii for a vacation and being arrested because a group of “volunteers” sent your pictures, license plate information, and whatever else they could find about you and your family to the police.

    The group also tracked down visitors who had rented a Mustang through a company that loans out private owners’ vehicles. When arriving at the airport, they listed the car owner’s address as where they would spend quarantine, but the group found them at a short-term vacation rental in Waikiki.

    I know some of you will say this great if people ignore the 14-day quarantine why shouldn’t “volunteers” report them. But looking at the bigger picture reveals a much more disturbing issue.

    For one thing, police can use Keen’s group of volunteers and other groups across the country to do things they could not normally do without a warrant. (I’m looking at you Nextdoor.)

    In the continental U.S. bars and restaurants are allowed to reopen only if they agree to snitch on customers.

    The Department of Homeland Security and the city of New Orleans are creating a “new normal” by forcing bars and restaurants to collect customers’ personal information.

    “We know everyone is eager to reopen. It’s not going back to normal; it’s what we’re calling ‘the new normal.’ It will be the data and not the date that drives not only the decision but the phased approach to reopen the City of New Orleans. Today, we are outlining what those guidelines will be for the City,” said Mayor Latoya Cantrell.

    Law enforcement is using bars and restaurants to record detailed lists of customers’ private information. And now in Hawaii, police are encouraging a volunteer group to monitor vacation rentals, record vacationers comings and goings, record their rental vehicle license plates and look into their social media accounts.

    Remember in Hawaii and elsewhere “volunteers” or private citizens are giving police all the information they have collected, providing a loophole for police so they cannot be sued. It also has an added benefit of not being discoverable, meaning police do not have to disclose how they got the information.

    Combine all of this and it becomes painfully obvious that police can use these groups to circumvent our Bill of Rights.

    When a police spokeswoman attempts to justify “voluntarily” spying on vacationers everyone should take notice.

    “As a small community here in Hawaii, it takes everybody to be able to keep everybody safe,” she said. “You know, some people say, ‘Oh, you’re snitching on people,’ but that’s not how you see it. It’s seen it as the fact that you want to keep the community safe,” Lt. Audra Sellers, a Maui police spokeswoman said.

    Being an island community still does not justify snitching on neighbors as a way to keep the community safe. And it certainly is not a justification for doing an end-run around the Constitution.

    Does a pandemic automatically make it OK for police to use volunteers to surveil people of color or monitor vacationers without a warrant?

    I for one do not want to see a group of “Karens” turn Hawaii into a mirror-image of mainland America.

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      17 Comments

      1. Andrea.Iravani.

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        • June Solvae

          We need to put it on social media to not go to Hawaii because since we can’t see inside people’s veins anymore than the snitches can those snictchy vacation spots need to be avoided at ALL costs! If the person is negative a day or two b 4 they go and are asymptomatic What’s the issue? I don’t believe our health should compromised BUT MY FREEDOM MEANS WAY MORE!
          Avoid Hawaii….. they can figure out if they need the business after their tourism industry has bottomed out.

          Avoid Hawaii…… ALL Islands! Freedom IS WAY MORE IMPORTANT,

      2. Andrea.Iravani.

        What kind of sick fucking losers would volunteer to spy on people? Sex offenders, thieves, perverted freaks, and
        wannabe James Bond types.

        The coomunity nedds to be protected from psychopaths like that!

        There is no legitimate excuse, they always have rationalizations for their crimes!

        It is total bullshit!

        The woman’s rights or property were not violated in any way at all, nor were anyone in the community’s rights or property violated.

        Andrea Iravani

        • Sylvia Metcalf

          I think you kind of answered your own question… sociopaths and useful idiots who think they’re doing something good will like to snitch and bear false witness on thy neighbor.

        • Darth Skippy

          In blue states, cameras are used by landlords as a form of insurance against their primitive tenants and laborers.

          Said tenants and laborers repurpose the cameras to frame white people, haplessly walking by. The cleaner and nicer you are, the worse for you.

          The streets are red lined, conspicuously, according to the present administration’s ‘opportunity zones’, although the labor and capital are both collecting welfare, in this zookeeping arrangement.

          You could leverage this situation to be a ringmaster, rather than the sideshow. Slavery has always been rationalized as charity, and vice versa.

      3. Andrea.Iravani.

        What kind of sick fucking losers would volunteer to spy on people? Sex offenders, thieves, perverted freaks, and 
        wannabe James Bond types.

        The community nedds to be protected from psychopaths like that! 

        There is no legitimate excuse, they always have rationalizations for their crimes! 

        It is total bullshit!

        The woman’s rights or property were not violated in any way at all, nor were anyone in the community’s rights or property violated. 

        Andrea Iravani

      4. Him

        Preppers beware. Large number of decent size earthquakes in the western US recently. Get your water and food ready if you haven’t already. Have a plan.

      5. Anonymous

        Yesterday was a breezy sunny day so I ran through the neighborhood backyards and snatched a buncha ladies panties from the line. I made some covid masks out of the thongs and made one out of a pair of granny panties for the fat Trumptard neighbor.

        I accidentally snatched a jock strap, too. That gets FedExed to Trump…

      6. Anonymous

        I am a twenty year resident on the Hawaiian island of Kauai. Tourism has been ruining Hawaii since the explosive popularity of use of rental cars. It has gotten much worse since most tourists now rent extended 4wheel drive Jeep Wranglers that defile beaches and mountain paths.
        Kauai wood be a better place we shutdown catering to tourists.

      7. Bill

        No surprise here, Hawaii is a heavy Democrat state. It apparently is no longer “paradise”. Actually, it hasn’t been for a long time. The people there are now enjoying the fruits of their progressivism and statism; high taxes, lots of rules and regulations, extremely high cost of living, and now busybodies snooping on tourists and snitching on them. No doubt the state of Hawaii goes along (if not actually encourages it) so that they can extract fines and fees from tourists, how progressive. Tourism and the military facilities alone saves Hawaii from sinking completely into impoverishment. My advise is to not go there.

      8. Darth Skippy

        Kapu Breakers — kapu can mean rules in Hawaiian

        The krapu snitches are clearly not native speakers of the English language — again, reinforcing a theme of leftist demographics, sabotaging white Americans or anyone who they deem to be more affluent or more popular.

      9. Eric

        With the fourteen day quarantine upon entering Hawaii and now the proliferation of snitches, I wonder why anyone would bother going to Hawaii for vacation.

        Don’t get me wrong. I’ve been to Hawaii several times and love it. But the islands are definitely off my future travel plans.

        • Darth Skippy

          I would go to other s.hole countries, as a colonist, not sincerely respecting aboriginal claims to the useful resources, except as a source of labor.

          As a rule, peepers, mutterers, and busybodies have too many things and too much time on their hands, to be justified in a utilitarian manner.

      10. cranerigger

        A few months ago I returned home to the islands. A suspected wannabe snitch began with the 20-questions routine. I politely answered her with “you don’t have a need-to-know.” Of course she isn’t as inquisitive anymore.

        On another note, an upcoming medical procedure has won me an opportunity to have a Covid-19 test. You know, the stick-jammed-up-my-nose-to-my-eyeballs test. Lucky me. I should quit whining, medical folks do this test all the time.

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