WHOOPS: Fire in Hawaii High-Rise! Brown People Again!

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
July 15, 2017

Brown people burning things again.

We never should have made Hawaii a state.

These are the same “people” cockblocking our Moslem ban, can’t even even keep their buildings from burning down.

This is a national embarrassment.

They are going to say: “you’re no better than the British, brownies burning your buildings.”


At least three people died, as over 100 firefighters battled a massive five-alarm fire in a condominium in Honolulu, Hawaii. At least 12 were reportedly injured in the blaze.

A crew of more than 100 firefighters managed to bring the fire under control by 6:30pm local time on Friday, Reuters reports citing Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell.

The Honolulu Fire Department confirmed three deaths on the 26th floor, AP reported. Four of the 12 injured, including one firefighter, were hospitalized in serious condition, while others were treated at the scene, according to the Star-Advertiser newspaper.

…More than 100 firefighters have responded to the Marco Polo building.

The fire began on the 26th floor of the 36-floor building around 2:20pm local time, according to HawaiiNewsNow.

The three deaths were confirmed to have occurred on the 26th floor by the Honolulu Fire Department, the Associated Press reported.

Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell told reporters that the fire would have been “put out by now” if the building had had an indoor sprinkler system. Chief Neves agreed.

“This lady’s voice, I’m not kidding you. I’m trembling. She’s like help me, help me, and I couldn’t see her because the smoke was so dark,” resident Teresa Sommerville told KHON. “All of a sudden the wind shifts and you see this lady is standing inside the lanai. She’s not standing over the edge or anything, and she’s like ‘Help me, help me.’”

“We had people report that there are people unaccounted for on several floors around the fire. We are making sure we are addressing every concern as far as persons in the building, making sure that everyone gets out safely,” Honolulu Fire Department’s Capt. David Jenkins said, KHON reported.

“There have been reports of debris falling from the fire floor and causing secondary fires on other parts of the building below at the second-floor level. We are also addressing that issue as well,” Jenkins said.

Anyway, whatever.

I don’t care about this.

Look at this Hawaiian cop – he doesn’t care either.