Now, forgive me for starting up the conversation of Montsanto and Fuddy, but I think you see my point, ,at what point does the Hawaii Health Department and the State Health Department become seperate from Fuddy… and ties in Montsanto…and Montsanto is protected by Obama by a Bill that was passed in March 2013, and Obama was protected by Fuddy… but now Fuddys Dead..
What next ?? Another selfie, perhaps this time one with the CEO Hugh Grant at Fuddys send off…
Just as the whole “Birther” issues starts heating up again where claims of Barack Obama’s birth certificate being forged are back in the headlines, the woman at the center of the controversary, the Hawaii Health Department Director, Loretta Fuddy, who at one point refused to comply with a subpoena issued by the US District Court, to allow Obama’s original birth certificate to be examined, has died in a plane crash. Fuddy was the only fatality among nine people aboard a Cessna Grand Caravan that went down at about 3:15 p.m. on Wednesday while heading to Honolulu.
A small plane with nine people on board has crashed into the water off the Hawaiian island of Molokai (moh-loh-KY’-ee). Makai Kai Air President Richard Schuman says initial indications are that everyone made it out of the aircraft safely. The Coast Guard says one survivor swam to shore Wednesday afternoon, and rescue crews were pulling the other eight out of the water. Maui fire officials said the plane went down about a half-mile northwest of the Kalaupapa peninsula and eight people were seen in the water wearing life vests. Schuman says the plane was a Cessna Grand Caravan. It departed Kalaupapa for Honolulu at 3:45 p.m. State Department of Health spokeswoman Janice Okubo says Director Loretta Fuddy and Deputy Director Keith Yamamoto were booked on the flight.
The Cessna crashed into the water off Molokai Island, which, until 1969 was home to a Leper Colony. Today Molokai is used for Farming, not in the traditional way, but in the Montsanto way, and if you ever wondered what results a controlled experiment of Monsanto farming methods would yield, look no further than the unwilling residents of Molokai. The island of Molokai looks like paradise. Travel brochures call it the “old Hawaii” and the most Hawaiian of the islands in the archipelago. It has a small population of between 5500-7500 residents. It is covered in waterfalls, rainforests, and rolling hills, and the island exudes a unique lush green atmosphere. 1850 acres of the island has been planted with Monsanto’s Bt corn. Workers wear head to toe protective gear during spraying, including respirators. Nearby residents, however, are not provided with such equipment and have no option but to breathe in the toxic dust that comes from the fields. The State Health Department has said that there is no proof genetically modified crops are dangerous to the people of Hawaii or any place where they’ve been tested.