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Comment by Bronson Keali'i Kalipi on March 8, 2011 at 8:18pm

- On Mon, 3/7/11, Alex M Luka a href="mailto:lukalex1@gmail.com">lukalex1@gmail.com> wrote:

> From: Alex M Luka a href="mailto:lukalex1@gmail.com">lukalex1@gmail.com>
> Subject: Fwd: Counter OHA
> To: "francis sinenci" a href="mailto:fpsinenci@hotmail.com">fpsinenci@hotmail.com>
> Date: Monday, March 7, 2011, 10:06 AM
> ---------- Forwarded message
> ----------
> From: pilipo a href="mailto:pilipohale@hawaii.rr.com">pilipohale@hawaii.rr.com>
> Date: Thu, Mar 3, 2011 at 10:27 PM
> Subject: Counter OHA
> To: Alex M Luka a href="mailto:lukalex1@gmail.com">lukalex1@gmail.com>,
> Alika Silva
> a href="mailto:alikapoesilva@yahoo.com">alikapoesilva@yahoo.com>,
> Amelia Gora a href="mailto:hawaiianhistory@gmail.com">hawaiianhistory@gmail.com>,
> Aulani Furtado a href="mailto:mfurtado2229@yahoo.com">mfurtado2229@yahoo.com>,
> Baron Ching
> a href="mailto:bchingkahoola@pol.net">bchingkahoola@pol.net>,
> Brandi hyden a href="mailto:BLEHyden@gmail.com">BLEHyden@gmail.com>,
> dayna
> beyer a href="mailto:mrsdaynabeyer@gmail.com">mrsdaynabeyer@gmail.com>,
> derek a href="mailto:dtservices.hi@gmail.com">dtservices.hi@gmail.com>,
> Donna Burns a href="mailto:dburns007@yahoo.com">dburns007@yahoo.com>,
> evernw@aol.com,
> George Williams
> a href="mailto:georgewilliams2@mac.com">georgewilliams2@mac.com>,
> Gerry Michaud a href="mailto:esqblstr@yahoo.com">esqblstr@yahoo.com>,
> Henry
> Curtis a href="mailto:henry.lifeoftheland@gmail.com">henry.lifeoftheland@gmail.com>,
> HIAHAWAII@aol.com,
> jaskat
> a href="mailto:jaskat1@hawaiiantel.net">jaskat1@hawaiiantel.net>,
> kahiapo a href="mailto:kahiapo@juno.com">kahiapo@juno.com>,
> kainalu kailua
> a href="mailto:goofyfootnumber1@hotmail.com">goofyfootnumber1@hotmail.com>,
> kamuela vance
> a href="mailto:kamuela_vance@yahoo.com">kamuela_vance@yahoo.com>,
> kauahi a href="mailto:kauahi@hawaii.rr.com">kauahi@hawaii.rr.com>,
> KeAloha Aiu
> a href="mailto:kealoha.aiu@hawaiiantel.net">kealoha.aiu@hawaiiantel.net>,
> kelii ioane a href="mailto:kelii_ioane@yahoo.com">kelii_ioane@yahoo.com>,
> Keoki Flores a href="mailto:kaluamoku@yahoo.com">kaluamoku@yahoo.com>,
> kimo turner
> a href="mailto:kimoturner@gmail.com">kimoturner@gmail.com>,
> kioni dudley a href="mailto:drkionidudley@hawaii.rr.com">drkionidudley@hawaii.rr.com>,
> Law Fulness a href="mailto:lawfness@yahoo.com">lawfness@yahoo.com>,
> Lc a href="mailto:palolo@hawaii.rr.com">palolo@hawaii.rr.com>,
> Leon Siu
> a href="mailto:leon@hits.net">leon@hits.net>,
> leota souza a href="mailto:tuwahine@yahoo.com">tuwahine@yahoo.com>,
> piilani Kaopuiki
> a href="mailto:hauoli83@hawaii.rr.com">hauoli83@hawaii.rr.com>,
> pkaleikini@hawaii.rr.com,
> pono kealoha
> a href="mailto:ponosize@hotmail.com">ponosize@hotmail.com>,
> rogersn001@hawaii.rr.com,
> Shaina Hunt
> a href="mailto:kalehiwa_hunt@yahoo.com">kalehiwa_hunt@yahoo.com>,
> Solomon Silva a href="mailto:SolSilva@hotmail.com">SolSilva@hotmail.com>,
> Tom
> Lenchanko a href="mailto:TLENCHANKO1@hawaii.rr.com">TLENCHANKO1@hawaii.rr.com>,
> Tony Castanha
> a href="mailto:castanha@hawaii.edu">castanha@hawaii.edu>,
> Z Aki a href="mailto:Zuriaki@gmail.com">Zuriaki@gmail.com>
>
>
> Aloha kakou,
>
> Om March I, I wrote of my mana'o of the Corporate
> OHA response of the
> sinking U. S, S. Akaka and their "damage control" drill to
> save the
> good ship Akaka. I spoke of the jubilation of OHA for now
> they had the
> contract to rejuvenate the Akaka Pill. I also mentioned
> that the
> Legislature was in their expedite mode to create the First
> Nations
> Government, aka Akaka Bill. I underestimated the arrogance
> of OHA, the
> Fake State Legislature and the Office of the Fake State
> Governor.
> Today's good news is the Captain of the U.S. S. Akaka is
> abandoning
> ship.
>
> Abercrombie returned to Hawaii a year before the 2010
> Elections to
> campaign, and he campaigned well. While Akaka and Inouye
> faltered in
> the passing of the Akaka Bill, OHA was spending
> millions of inherent native Hawaiian money to divide and
> conquer their
> very own people. Judging from the fast-tracking of Akaka
> clones SB1,
> SB 1520 and HB1627, Abercrombie and Inouye's Plan B is
> working, and
> the First Nation Government will become law of the Fake
> State of
> Hawaii in a few weeks. While it may not be directly funded
> via the
> taxpayers of Hawaii it will be funded by OHA or as a
>  joint venture
> similar to the Rail.
>
> The Akaka Pill will become just another obstacle in our
> quest for
> FreeHawaii. Their chosen followers will be glorified but
> only for a
> short time for the prejudice and discriminating factors of
> this First
> Nation Government legislation will fall faster than the
> fraudulent
> international recognition of the treasonous Provisional
> Interim
> Government of 1893. But we can not just stand-by idle
> waiting for
> justice in their Court System to be in our favor, for we of
> the
> opposition are not in their control, while their corporate
> entities of
> the Fake State of Hawaii, OHA and the contaminated Hawaiian
> Homestead
> beneficiaries feed at the "federal trough" of the United
> States of
> America.
>
> The question still before us is still the burden for us?
> While we
> stand together to be pono with our ancestors,we remain
> unyoked with
> each other in the direction we must take. We are running
> out of
> options, time, money and youth. We have made great
> progress. While we
> have hit the target consistently we fall short of the
> Bull's-Eye. We
> score in the 6, 7, 8 and even 9 rings but never the
> Bull's-Eye, 10
> ring. We have endorsed Constitutions, Court Motions, Cease
> and Desist
> Orders and for some even prison time. All positive actions
> of protest
> but no "Bull's-Eye"
>
> What is this elusive Bull's-eye? LOKAHI! The main element
> that eludes
> us yet, is in our very grasp and power. Almost every aspect
> of our
> lives are being controlled by the forces that we contest
> almost on a
> daily basis. The only thing the Invader does not need to do
> against
> us, is to stop us from coming together, lokahi as one, for
> we do it to
> ourselves through pride and ignorance. Attending a march or
> parade or
> rally is not lokahi for as soon as the rhetoric or
> entertainment is
> over, lokahi is over. Lokahi is the everlasting will of the
> people to
> be pono. That everlasting will is within the election of a
> Representative Body, for they exist in our behalf for the
> duration of
> their duty to the people.
>
> OHA will be using their disguised Kau Inoa Registry as
> their
> "Qualified Native Hawaiian constituent", their citizens of
> the First
> Nation Government. According to reports, this registry
> boost 110,000
> signatures which is also of Fraud. We must counter OHA's
> claim. But
> how? The only resource we have is truth. OHA and the Fake
> State of
> Hawaii don't need truth and bank upon money and deceit. Our
> only
> recourse is to register and vote in the Lawful Hawaiian
> Government
> Election of 2011 on November 05, 2011. Register and run for
> a office.
> Run against the incumbents, like Henry Noa for Prime
> Minister. The
> only thing the Invader and their allies fear is the lokahi
> of Kanaka
> Maoli and Hawaiian Nationals coming together in an bona
> fide election.
> This is our only checkmate against OHA and the Fake State
> of Hawaii. A
> valid election is based upon bona fide electors not by who
> gave away
> the most T-Shirts, and that is Lokahi.
>
> If anyone knows of any other options please share it.
>
> For updates and further information go to "Lawful Hawaiian
> Government"
> site to register, or email me at pilipohale@hawaii.r.com
> or call me at
> 358-6428.
>
>
> malama ke kino,
> pilipo
> Hawaiian National (1936)

Comment by Bronson Keali'i Kalipi on February 18, 2011 at 11:22pm

This is not a joke nor some bullshit story I'm telling you on here.  This is something that just happened to me while driving home at 7:00pm from my parents home to town where I live on Molokai.  There was a road block and I'm going to tell you exactly what had happened to me when I got pulled over.

 

Policeman:  Where's your papers for your car?

 

The papers was on my passenger seat when the policeman asked the question.  My car is totally illegal.

 

Me:  Um, I don't have the papers for my car.

 

Policeman:  With a smile on his face telling me awww, you don't have any of your papers for this car.

 

Me: yes I don't, can I tell you something officer?

 

Policeman:  Sure with a smile on his face.

 

Me:  I belong to the Kingdom of Hawaii, I'm from the Lawful Hawaiian Government and the Prime Minister for this Government is Henry Noa.

 

With out letting me finnished with the rest I wanted him to know, he took two huge steps back saying at the same time WOOOW.

 

Me:  Oh, is something wrong?

 

Without telling me anything else he changed the subject by saying.

 

Policeman:  You going get your papers hah?

 

Me: yeah I'm going to.

 

Now make a note of this that I still need to get my Plates, driver I.D. and my Gov. I.D. so under the human rights I can practice my right to travel.  Then he asked me.

 

Policeman:  Whats your name?

 

Me:  Duke Kalipi

 

Policeman:  Don't you have a cousin that live in Maunaloa?

 

Me:  Yes

 

By using that as an excuse, he let me go and I mean he wanted me to leave right away so he won't have to deal with being serve from our Government the Human Rights Violations.  He gave me a big wave to let me know that I needed to move quickly so the next car could come right in.

 

 

You see people, they doing this as a way to make more money for the police force and for the Government.  Henry has the puka and we need to use this as a tool for getting what we want and thats Independence.  IMUA Lawful Hawaiian Government and it's Nationals.

 

Comment by Anne Punohu on July 3, 2010 at 5:28pm
offering my kokua from Kamawailualanimoku, Kauaimanokalanipo.

Imua. Eo.
Comment by Jonah Kahanu on May 15, 2009 at 11:54am
aloha e hoaaloha. ua 'ite 'oe i ka website 'o Ulukau.org? he nupepa kahito 'e a'e ma loto o tela website. ponopaha e loa'a 'oe i loto.
 

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