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|Kolekole Pass Cross, Pre-Mitch Kahle|
>>>The Cross was built in 1962 and stood on the hill for decades without incident...until Mitch Kahle had his way. Then it was destroyed.
I'm not talking about Grand Haven's Dewey Hill Cross, also founded in 1962-I am talking about the Kolekole Pass Cross, a Cross erected on a military base in Hawaii in remembrance of soldiers, dismantled after a demand letter from Kahle in 1997.
The Kolekole Pass Cross is just one casualty on Kahle's long hit-list of Anti-Christian attacks.
Families grieving the death of loved ones killed in an accident, 9-11 victims, monuments to fallen soldiers, and kids trying to put on a concert for poor Africans are some of Kahle's other victims.
Kahle, who dubs himself a "civil rights activist," now has his cross hairs aimed at Grand Haven, claiming his demand that the Grand Haven City Council remove the Cross on Dewey Hill or provide him a forum to display his politically motivated causes is all about "equal access."
In actuality, Kahle is nothing but a belligerent bully who is now trying to bring his disturbing, ruthlessly hateful agenda to Grand Haven. It's business as usual for Kahle-he profits by intimidating people to conform to his demented, bigoted demands.
Kahle has a long history of bullying Christians-shockingly so. In one instance, he was taken to task by Bill O'Reilly for suing a high school because of a poem:
Kahle's anti-Christian activism has its roots in Hawaii, where he is well known for ruthlessly attacking every aspect of Christianity in the state.
Grand Haven, make no mistake: Mr. Kahle won't stop with the Cross-he wants the Nativity Scene on display for Christmas gone, and who knows what other entities Kahle will target...
How can one make such a statement? Kahle's history is clear: he despises every facet of Christianity and seeks to destroy any mention of it every opportunity possible.
Since 1997, Kahle has successfully fought for "the removal of church descriptions from the official Honolulu city Web site, the removal of crosses from various locations around O'ahu, and limitations placed on the use of nativity scenes in the annual Honolulu City Lights program."
Such actions caused Honolulu Mayor Jeremy Harris to label Kahle "the Grinch who stole Christmas."
Kahle also forced the cancellation of a school charity concert benefiting poor kids in Africa. You won't believe this:
Christmas Grinch? Atheist Gets Hawaii DOE to Halt Winter Charity Concert Just Hours Before the Show
"Moanalua High School students in the award-winning orchestra have proudly raised $200,000 over the last 6 years through their