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7 years ago
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Very good work, flashlight_on_roaches. It is interesting to see photos of the whole Fergusson family. It is also very interesting to see a photo of Sunil Khemaney, who is a very key figure in Jagad Guru Chris Butler's web of business ventures. He is, or once was, a trustee of the "Wai Lan Yoga Trust" which I think owns some of Wailana's businesses (Wailana is Mrs. Chris But
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7 years ago
atheist
Here is the Honolulu Star-Advertiser article from 10/21/12 about Tulsi Gabbard loaning herself $98,000 "in the days leading up to the August primary." The online article has some links to earlier articles about Ms. Gabbard. Only the titles are listed below this article. Gabbard fronted campaign $98,000 just before victory By Derrick DePledge POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Oct 2
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7 years ago
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In today's (Sunday, 10/21/12) Honolulu Star-Advertiser there is an article that says that Tulsi Gabbard loaned her campaign a total of $98,000 " in the days leading up to the August primary." See Gabbard fronted campaign $98,000 just before victory You may have to register for a free Honolulu Star-Advertiser account before you can see the full article online. This seems in
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7 years ago
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Dabcult: I love your video with the interview of Kawika Crowley. It is long, so I haven't watched it all yet. I am recommending this video to friends. QuoteDabcult TULSI the democrat should have at least the compassion to debate him. There is really no good reason for Tulsi Gabbard to debate Kawika Crowley. He has very, very little chance of winning this election. Tulsi is way ahea
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7 years ago
atheist
Tulsi Gabbard to speak at the Democratic Convention on Tuesday, September 4th, 2012 Gabbard to speak at Democratic National Convention (Sept. 4)
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7 years ago
atheist
A tidbit about Tulsi in the Phillipines and how she met her former husband, Eduardo Tamayo I came across this blog Tulsi Gabbard, Hawaii Congress candidate with Ilocano ties, wins in upset. Here is an interesting excerpt from that blog: Quote "There are three kinds of Filipinos – (1) Filipino by blood, (2) Filipino by place of birth, and (3) Filipino by marriage (“Filipino by osmosis,
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7 years ago
atheist
A report on Tulsi Gabbard's homeless Republican opponent is online now: Handyman hopes to go from homeless to Congress
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7 years ago
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For anyone who hopes that Tulsi Gabbard's Republican Opponent, Kawika Crowley, can defeat Tulsi in the November 6th, 2012 General Election, Hawaii News Now (TV News) reported tonight 08/22/12 that Mr. Crowley is homeless and living in his vehicle. Kawika Crowley works as a house painter and is also a performer of Hawaiian music. He makes something like $15,000 per year. Maybe less. Unf
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7 years ago
atheist
I found this very interesting blog article Ms. Tulsi Goes to Washington by someone who appears to be a "Hare Krishna woman," Vrajabhumi. Here's a little excerpt: Quote So, all’s well and good, right? Rising political star and a bag of Krishna chips, right? LOL This is where it gets interesting. Mike Gabbard, who claims to be a Catholic, was actually a follower of one
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7 years ago
atheist
Quoteflashlight_on_roaches "So I'm asking you directly to be honest. Were Mike and Carol Gabbard members of the Science of Identity Foundation prior to 1983?...” This is a very good question and it is one that we must find the answers to. It would be very interesting to know how and when Mike and Carol Gabbard got involved with Jagad Guru Chris Butler. Mike Gabbard's Biogr
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7 years ago
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Quoteflashlight_on_roaches "(What was her family doing in Samoa? Running a scandalous school for Chris Butler)" If you have any information about any school that Mike Gabbard ran for Chris Butler in American Samoa, I would be very interested in hearing about it. Note that the "Ponomauloa School, Wahiawa— Headmaster/teacher (7/83 to 6/87)" listed on Mike Gabbard's B
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7 years ago
atheist
This article has a pretty interesting quote about Tulsi Gabbard's Hinduism: IBNLive: Hindu-American Tulsi Gabbard "Tulsi says she is looking to make her first trip to India as an elected member of the House of Representatives. 'As a Vaishnava, I especially look forward to visiting the holy sites of Vrindavan,' she said. According to her bio provided by her campaign, Tulsi&#
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7 years ago
atheist
Quotedharmabum ". . . especially the children born into cults and how they are a menace to society. The real culprit here is Chris Butler and his cult, the Science of Identity." I think it is the nature of cults to be deceptive and dishonest. I believe that if cults revealed the truth about themselves and their inherently exploitive natures, few would join them. I think a cult exi
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7 years ago
atheist
It's all over now. The "second printout" rolled in with Tulsi Gabbard getting 44,530 votes (54.11%) and Mufi Hannemann getting 29,486 votes (35.83%). Esther Kia'aina came in third with 6,164 votes (5.96%). Mufi Hannemann has conceded the election to Tulsi. The leading Republican candidate running against Tulsi is Kawika Crowley with 8,290 votes (61.00%). He has little chan
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7 years ago
atheist
The Hawaii Primary Polls are all closed now and the votes are being counted. At this point, the "first printout," of the vote count has been released. This includes all the mail-in votes and some of the early voting. But none of the votes cast today are in the "first printout." Right now Tulsi Gabbard has 23,978 votes (50.21%) to 18,409 votes for Mufi Hannemann (38.55%). We
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7 years ago
atheist
One more concern that we should have about having a Hindu representing us in our U.S. government is Hindu teachings about women and the status of women within Hinduism. We know that Jagad Guru Chris Butler is no fan of feminism. But things are worse in India for women than they are in the U.S. The treatment of women in India is a human rights issue, along with the caste system. The foll
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7 years ago
atheist
QuoteBart Dame from a deleted comment on Civil Beat, posted by dharmabum "what is the harm in her being a sleeper agent for Chris Butler's ambitions?" "I don't know how to answer that question. But am frustrated that few people are even willing to ask it." I think Bart Dame is a longtime progressive Democratic Party activist in Hawaii and a longtime observer
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7 years ago
atheist
A few hours ago, the www.qigroup.com website claimed that they had "invested in the Down to Earth Stores." At this time their Investments | Lifestyle | Organic Retail webpage says: "In 2007, the QI Group acquired Down To Earth (DTE), a vegetarian organic health store chain in Hawaii." So they are claiming that they do own and control the Down to Earth Stores. The two ea
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7 years ago
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Quoteflashlight_on_roaches "Bismark runs Down to Earth for sure and he is a member of Science of Identity and the owner of Butler's oceanfront property in Lanikai" You are quite right that Joseph Bismark and his QI Group of Companies owns an interest in Down to Earth Stores. I had checked the QI Group of Companies Website awhile ago and must have missed the Down to Earth log
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7 years ago
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Quoteflashlight_on_roaches "I doubt that Mike Gabbard "lost" his interest in DTE when he was boycotted and it appears that DTE parent company, Healthy’s, is controlled by Joseph Bismark (owner of one of Chris Butler’s Lanikai residences)." I don't think that Mike Gabbard (Krishna Katha das) has ever had an "interest" in the Down to Earth Stores or in Healthy
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7 years ago
atheist
Quotedabcult "Is this the first time in the history of TULASI ....that she said publicly she is HINDU??" I don't know that Tulsi Gabbard has ever said publicly that she is Hindu. The first that I heard about it was in the 02/28/12 Civil Beat article by Chad Blair Gabbard Campaign Benefits from Generous Family Support We should be on the lookout for such a public statement. I
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7 years ago
atheist
QuoteHonolulu Star-Bulletin 07/30/12 "Hawaii Poll shows Former Honolulu Mayor Mufi Hannemann holds a 43 percent-to-33 percent lead over City Councilwoman Tulsi Gabbard in the Demo­cratic primary for the U.S. House 2nd District seat" So according to this article: Hannemann shows 'a healthy margin' over his opponent Mufi Hannemann is ahead of Tulsi with a 10% lead. To se
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7 years ago
atheist
Quotedabcult "I will even wear a mask ...to protect Chris from my germs......" What a wonderful debate that would be! Think how great it would look and how crazy it would look if you both wore masks! By the way, Tulsi being a "Hindu" is not a new thing. Civil Beat wrote about it in this 02/28/12 article: Gabbard Campaign Benefits from Generous Family Support They h
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7 years ago
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From The Times of India "US & Canada News" Tulsi Gabbard: First Hindu in race for US House PTI | Jul 30, 2012, 04.55AM IST WASHINGTON: Tulsi Gabbard, who trailed behind her nearest rival by over 40 points a few months ago in the race for the Congressional seat from Honolulu, has now taken a narrow but crucial lead of five points in the latest polls, brightening prospects fo
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7 years ago
atheist
There is a new television commercial being run on Tulsi Gabbard's behalf by something called Women Vote! Women Vote! is a part of or affiliated with Emily's List, a political action group that supports progressive, pro choice women candidates. At the end of the TV commercial a non-working web address is posted: womenvoteproject.org The correct address is: womenvoteproject.com which ta
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7 years ago
atheist
Quoteflashlight_on_roaches Can anyone suggest a way to get the truth out about Tulsi to the gay community and invite them to upset her victory party? LOL The LGBT communities in Hawaii are well aware of the Gabbards, including Tulsi Gabbard. I think many are aware of the Science of Identity Foundation cult. Many LGBT people are very concerned about Mufi Hannemann. If he is elected to th
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7 years ago
atheist
Sorry if I get carried away a bit. As long as this cult exists and is politically active, we need to keep an eye on them and try to get the word out about them. I guess I am repeating myself . . . Quoteflashlight_on_roaches "Found an old thread when doing Google searches:" Thanks for posting this. I took a look at the exchange involving "fish" at Exchange with "
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7 years ago
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Quotedharmabum "I believe this forum is first and foremost about Jagad Guru Chris Butler and the Science of Identity." So are you saying that all the political activity of Jagad Guru Chris Butler and his devotees and Science of Identity Foundation cult, over the past 37 plus years (since 1975 or before) is not an important part of the story and saga of Jagad Guru Chris Butler and hi
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7 years ago
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Quotedabcult " is trying to point out the little possible money impropriety of Mufi" This is a 270 page complaint by Tulsi Gabbard to the FEC (Federal Election Commission)! I am very impressed. It takes a lot of effort and detailed work to put together a complaint like this. In the past complaints against the Gabbards have been filed with various federal and state commissions, bu
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7 years ago
atheist
Hawaii Congressional District Two Televised Debate The four main candidates for the Democratic Party nomination for U.S. House of Representatives Hawaii Congressional District Two, Tulsi Gabbard, Mufi Hannemann, Esther Kia'aina and Bob Marx, will be in a televised debate on Thursday, July 12th, 2012 from 6:30 PM to 8 PM (Hawaii Time). The debate will be televised in Honolulu on KFVE (C
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