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Beware if u r white and moving to Hawaii: u might die

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Published on Mar 8, 2008

The secrets of Hawaii...

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Ala Maher
not to be rude, but white people treat foreigners like this. when white people do it its okay, but God forbid someone make a white person feel unwelcome! 
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Keith Optimo
So white people are treated like black people in Hawaii, huh? Good, so now they will know what it is like to be discriminated against.
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JANE DOE
Good! I think EVERY White american needs to go to Hawaii, so they will know how it feels to be discriminated!!!!!!!!!!! Karma is a bitch!!!! and i don't feel sorry for them.
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Longe
I came to Honolulu 31 years ago from Idaho (and I am white). This video is crap!  I have never felt discriminated against for being white. The only thing that is true in this video is the high cost of living. I would love to know what happened to the person who made this video to be so hateful or/and how he treated the local bruddahs & sistahs! There are good & bad of ALL races.
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Eternalux
big whoop, now white people will know how it feels to live on mainland america for anyone who isn't white lmao. i can't really shed a tear if you guys. if they don't like it they can go back to the mainland.
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ANTONIO GARCIA
Well now you know how it feels to be the rest of us on the mainland that are not white boo fucking hoo cry me a river haole
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Antonio Perez
"Hawaii is also really expensive".  You can thank the Haole's and their corporations for driving prices up.
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Aaron Valenzuela
Now you know how it feels to not be wanted...when me and my family moved from the philippines to Nevada, all you guys did was hate and told us to go back...now how do you like it
Jenny Ray
I was born and raised in Hawaii and my husband is haole- blonde hair/blue eyes.  My family and friends have all accepted him with open arms.  Not once have we ever had a problem.  However, I have seen things happen that this person expressed on this video.  But to get respect, one must give respect and most of the time it was of someone disrespecting someone.. bad. Yes, are there overly protective Hawaiians or locals.. yes. But you would be if we all came to the mainland and started nip picking everything of how you live and talk in "your funny accent, y'all."  Then, there have been times I've gotten in beefs with other locals. Things in Hawai'i are far different from the mainland and so often.. we feel we are having to change our ways and are being teased and laughed at for how we all grew up.  It's those kind of haole's that give them a bad name which makes us locals look at them bad. The island is changing and there are now a lot of Hawaiians and whites getting married. Now that I live in the mainland.. I am surrounded by whites who walk in cowboy boots, wear camo everything, and say "yes ma'am, yes sir"- something I am not accustomed to.  I'm not trying to change them and shove Hawaiian stuff down their throat or look at them weird because they prefer potatoes instead of rice.  It's called acceptance of where you are and making the best of it all while giving respect to those around you. This video just shows pure ignorance.
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Hawaiisidecar
Everything this asshole says is a lie. I stay Hawaii 10 years and everybody was cool to me. Never once did anyone call me names. One fucker did say "I grew here you flew here." I reminded him he was Filipino decent so shut that shit.
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