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At Mauna Kea, ‘The Rock’ calls for ‘leadership with empathy’ to resolve TMT conflict

 (Image: Hawaii News Now)
(Image: Hawaii News Now)

HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) – Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson got a massive welcome Wednesday during a visit to the TMT protest at the base of Mauna Kea, during which he met with Hawaiian elders and called for “leadership with empathy” to find a peaceful resolution to the conflict.

“I wanted to come here and see our people and stand with them and support them,” Johnson told reporters. “What I realized today, and obviously I’ve been following this for years now, is that it’s bigger than a telescope. It’s humanity. It’s culture. It is the people of Polynesia who are willing to die here to protect this land. It’s not about stopping progress. It’s about respecting a culture.” . . .

Read more at Hawaii News Now

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