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Watch: Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson booed with chants of ‘Maui! Maui!’

The Hollywood ‘A-lister’ was appearing at a pre-game Superbowl event in Las Vegas this weekend.

Johnson took the stage and was immediately booed by a large section of the crowd with chants of ‘Maui!’.

The reaction may have come as a surprise to ‘The Rock’ and some of his followers, as video was shared widely online. But Twitter users were quick to point out the reception was due in large part to an ‘awakening’ over the alleged role of the US government in starting the fires which devasted large areas of the island around the town of Lahaina in August 2023.

In the aftermath of the disaster Johnson appeared in numerous videos with Oprah Winfrey encouraging people to donate to relief funds.

‘It’s encouraging to witness people awakening and coming together to denounce Hollywood Satanists,’ said one poster on Twitter, @Retro1upArmy.

Legacy media have been accused of ‘forgetting about the fires’, with minimal ongoing reporting. An update was provided today on Twitter by @WallStreetApes, who say they have spoken to residents on the current situation, some six months after the disaster, which ‘government sources’ say claimed 100 lives.


‘victims are having to bounce around from hotel to hotel while still being charged mortgages on their destroyed homes, and get this, Residents are being sued for trying to build mobile homes on their own property.’

‘No one is talking about the Lahaina fire anymore. So let me tell you what’s going on as told by locals. Since the fire, locals are saying that the city is not approving building permits, so they cannot rebuild their homes.

‘The US government won’t allow insurance adjusters to take pictures or visit homes, so insurance payouts are still being processed.

‘The banks are still charging mortgage payments, and with people falling behind on their payments, the banks are gonna repossess their land.

‘Many Maui residents are being shuffled around from hotel to hotel. They can’t unpack. They can’t get settled, and they can even start building a new life almost half a year later.

‘Maui’s mayor, Josh Green, and the city council are trying to force Airbnb owners to convert their properties into long term rentals for displaced residents. Isn’t that interesting, moving away from private ownership and leaving rentals as the only option. So much about the Lahaina fire situation gives 15 minute city vibes. It screams land grabs and marxism. It has Longman said that the Hawaiian Islands act as control groups and the Hawaiians as unwitting test subjects for the US government.

‘As for the cause of the fire, we still don’t have a cause. The official story was that the hurricane winds down at the power line, but the CEO of the local utility, Hawaiian Electric, says their power lines knocked down by the high winds appeared to have caused a fire that same morning of August 8th, but she said she was told by the Maui County Fire Department that it was put out, and that their company is not responsible for the fire that later swept Lahaina. So the fire department put it out, reported it to Hawaiian Electric, and then later we have a fire that destroys the entire town. So where did that fire come from?’

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