Right before Lahaina was destroyed, Hawaii Gov. Josh Green issued questionable emergency housing proclamation allowing Maui landlords to evict tenants and CASH IN
A sudden wave of evictions taking place in Maui right now has many local residents expressing anger and suspicion over the strange and convenient timing of it.
Just three weeks before the “wildfires” hit, Hawaii Gov. Josh Green signed an emergency housing proclamation that Jesse Watters of Fox News says was a pre-planned ploy to pad the pockets of landlords and property developers while wrecking renters.
“Hawaiians are being evicted from their homes so landlords can cash in,” Watters said in his report about the matter.
According to one local resident who attended an emergency meeting of the Maui County Council, many renters in the area have been calling in to say that their landlords are suddenly and all at once evicting them.
People are being displaced “during a time of emergency when their house was, like, the only house standing in their neighborhood simply because the owner of the house realized that their investment is no longer a sound investment,” this person added.
(Related: The Maui Fire was not a natural occurrence. It involved the use of chemtrail aerosols and ammonium nitrate.)
Did Gov. Green know the “wildfires” were going to happen in July when he conveniently signed an “Emergency Proclamation Relating to Housing?”
Concerning the “Emergency Proclamation Relating to Housing” that Gov. Green signed on July 17, 2023, it imposed a “streamlined process … to accelerate housing production while maintaining the highest standards of quality.”
“The Emergency Proclamation Relating to Housing, signed by Governor Green on July 17, 2023, aims to streamline the development process and empower developers and stakeholders to contribute to the creation of more housing opportunities,” it reads.
“The Emergency Proclamation reflects extensive input from state and county agencies that provided details on process maps, application checklists, common areas of approval delays, and recommended touchpoints for engagement.”
Many area residents are highly suspicious of the emergency proclamation because it was the first ever of its kind to be enacted without a preceding incident to necessitate it.
“This was just from my knowledge, was just to streamline development on Maui and it has allocated all decision-making power to one person, the housing officer of the governor, Nani Medeiros, who’s unelected, who can trump every single thing that you do,” another local resident said.
“They’re meeting with developers, private landowners.”
Recall the fact that Gov. Green ominously announced after the Lahaina disaster that he and his cronies were already in the process of devising ways to steal Maui land from landowners.
“I’m already thinking of ways for the state to acquire that land so that we can put it into workforce housing, to put it back into families, or make it open spaces in perpetuity as a memorial to the people who were lost,” Green said.
“We want this to be something we remember after the pain passes as a magic place. Lahaina will rebuild. The tragedy right now is the loss of life. The buildings can be rebuilt over time, even the banyan tree may survive, but we don’t want this to become a clear space where then people from overseas just come and decide they’re going to take it. The state will take it and preserve it first.”
As usual, the rich and famous are the beneficiaries of this little arrangement. They include wealthy Maui landowners like Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook and Meta; Oprah Winfrey of media fame; and Jeff Bezos, the former head of Amazon, the world’s most predatory and corrupt e-commerce monopoly.
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