Ke Ao Maoli
A group for Hawaiian-language students
Latest Activity: Feb 4, 2014
Started by ʻOhukaniʻōhiʻa. Last reply by Sufferahsmusic Media Prod Jun 20, 2010.
Started by Jerry Foley. Last reply by Sufferahsmusic Media Prod Jun 20, 2010.
Started by MAKUAKANE. Last reply by Sufferahsmusic Media Prod Jun 20, 2010.
Aloha mai no kakou!
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?
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.
huuiiii eia nei, 'ano'ai takou, e na tini, na mamo o ta aina aloha. nui ta'u lokihi e nana i teia vahi.. nenea tuu naau. he holomoana i ta vaa olelo
a hiti no, a hui hou atu,te aloha no
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