by Andrew Walden
Ex-Governor Neil Abercrombie is raising money for two OHA Trustee candidates.
Abercrombie as well as Corporate Lobbyist Bruce Coppa, and Donalyn Delacruz, sister of Sen Don ‘PLDC’ Delacruz, are among the cronies headlining a $1000 per plate downtown fundraiser April 30 for Federal Recognition advocate Esther Kiaaina and William Aila—both running for OHA Trustee.
Abercrombie is a long-time proponent of transforming Native Hawaiians into a fake Indian tribe. Here is a video of Abercrombie as a Congressman, explaining that tribal recognition is all about land and power.
Kiaaina is a candidate for the Oahu Residential OHA Trustee seat. Aila is seeking one of three OHA Trustee At-Large seats up this year. To advance to the November 6 General Election, OHA Trustee candidates must be among the top finishers for their respective seat in the August 11 primaries.
In case you aren’t able to hear Abercrombie speak downtown, here is Abercrombie facing off with Hawaiian activists during the PLDC days.
Meanwhile: Sam King Announces OHA Candidacy