Ke Ao Maoli
A PROGRESSIVE ALLIANCE TOWARDS A
INDEPENDENT SOVEREIGN NATION. WE OPPOSE FEDERAL RECOGNITION AND ARE AGAINST
THE AKAKA BILL.
Location: WORLDWIDE ,but based on O'ahu ,HI.
Latest Activity: Jan 21
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Prime Minister Henry Noa at Hanama'ulu Pavilion 3:PM Tuesday March 13th on Kaua'i !!
"Iwi kupuna" means nothing to these bastards !! Kanakas got to start talking "relics" ! A "relic" can stop a bulldozer; iwi kupuna CANNOT. Wake up, kanakas !! http://www.independent.ie/national-news/thieves-steal-preserved-heart-of-st-laurence-otoole-3038952.html
e Dwight, When are you going to realize that they are not that many Royalists in the movement? Most in the movement do not support the restoration of the Hawaiian Kingdom Nation. This is why when you ask about someone filling the Queen's Shoes, most in the movement are saying, the Hell with that! As far as I know all who going to the UN and other parts of the World, are looking for the UN and the World to recognize THEM and not the Hawaiian Kingdom Nation! Yes, they may want Sovereignty and Independence, but to restore the Hawaiian Kingdom Nation of the Queen. You and I lost them! Long Live The Hawaiian Kingdom Nation of Queen Liliuokalani, o Pomai
One needs to pay attention to the drugs and junk being sold on maoliworld. It's not only bad businesses, but I do believe it is with the intent to stop the communication among ourselves. Something that a navy personnel would do, one just need to read a little bit of high school modern Hawaiian History to go figure it out!
Looking forward to pictures of display. Walked in the Aloha Run today with children and grandchildren. And too, would like to hear more as to what Kuhio Voegler had to say about the grounding of Hawaiian Independence advocates!
Aloha Kakou, E kala mai for the late notice. Tomorrow, Feb. 20 there will be a mass display of the placards with the names of Hawaiian patriots who signed the 1897 Ku’e Petition that stopped annexation to the US. The display will radiate out from the McKinley Statue in front of McKinley High School on King Street. You are welcome to join us to set up display. If you want to kokua, come at 10am. It will take about 2 hours to set up, so viewing time of the finished display will be noon-2pm. Also during the viewing time, Kuhio Voegler and I will be making respective presentations about recent development that will be of great interest to Hawaiian independence advocates. A hui hou, Malama pono,
Our 10th grade children in Waianae have a reading comprehension of a 2nd grader. However, these youngsters are trying their best to jump ahead in their research papers and combined with high tech-video join the communication and connect with the world! Their beautiful spirits soar to heights that most people will not reach in their life time!
We have gotten a lot of really good feedback and expressions of solidarity after the disappointing vote yesterday. Apparently we really pulled the curtain back on the role of developer-money in local politics.
Several community leaders from other areas would be interested in meeting with the Waianae EJ Working Group -- some to share their experiences in fighting with Tom Enomoto (Pat Royos from Waiahole), others to talk about partnering a wider efforts (islandwide stuff).
You guys want to?
We could get together for another EJ meeting at LCC-Waianae this coming Friday, Feb. 24th at 6 pm, if you guys like. And extend an invitation to those that have called me seeking meet you guys.
This might be a little tough because next week there are two major Hoʻopili farmer protests one on Feb. 21st, the other on Feb. 25th. We should try to attend and support those guys as much as possible.
So I am not sure if the 24th is a good day for people. Let me know your feelings on meeting next Friday night. And whether/which alternative dates would be better for you.
Also, we need to send an email out to all the people who submitted testimony on our behalf. What would you guys like for it to say? It should go out tomorrow sometime. But we need help framing the story of what happened. What do you guys think is the important lessons learned, motivation for next steps? We should definitely thank people for emailing the City Council. But we could also give them the chance to email the City Councilmembers again -- thank the three and express discontent with the six. What do you think?
Please let me know your thoughts on thanking our supporters, as soon as can.
Lastly, RevoluSun representatives emailed me to ask if I wanted to come meet with them about their new concept for solar energy. I said I would be interested in learning more and bringing my friends with me. Does anybody want to come? It would be in town (the old Pan-Am bldg), but the date and time are our choice. Let me know -- Iʻll report back whatever I learn.
Progressively, the insurance companies won out at yesterday's City Council meeting. Instead, of our Waianae children going to colleg they will be strapped to a prison system-regardless of what side of the gate...developers will be digging into Waianae and building cubism's mentality!
Don't forget in 1994 congress agreed to military on Hawaiian Homestead Lands, instead of our full blooded Na Kupuna! "Stick a feather in your hat and call it macaroni" you remember marching to that tune don't you!
As for the pillow talk --sleeping with the Department of Interior is what military veterans do to breach contracts. Note the Navy back in the early 1800's--pretty deep history that still lives in the hearts of those that served! Native Hawaiian women were punished and had to carry stones to build Puritian churches. So much for the angry cries of native Hawaiian women!!!
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