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Warriors of Hawai'i

Anything to do with old and current warriors of Hawai'i. Did non Hawaiian martial arts change the Native Hawaiians of today? A place to list and discuss different self defense and fighting systems in Hawai'i.

Location: Kingdom of Hawai'i
Members: 91
Latest Activity: Apr 11

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Comment by Opapa on January 20, 2009 at 9:05am
Proud to be a warrior of this great country of ours,(Hawaiian Kingdom)and have a lot of Aloha to all that embrace her with love,compassion,humility,and understanding and one AK for all those that come against it.
Comment by tyla lei stallone te whaiti on December 17, 2008 at 9:05pm
ehara taku toa e te toa taku tahi
he toa taki tini taku toa (i dont have the bravery of one warrior but many)

i am a maori that will support my maoli cousins
Comment by Marques on November 22, 2008 at 10:45am
WHEN the time comes.... i'll be there!.. bet on it!
Comment by ikaika alani on August 4, 2008 at 1:23pm
COOL GROUP MAN!!!!!!!!!!!!
Comment by Tasha Kama on June 21, 2008 at 4:59pm
The Hawaiian warrior is the essence who and what one is as a kanaka maoli.

What or who is a kanaka maoli?

A kanaka maoli is one who is born of the koko of the people who settled this place now called Hawaii.

It is one who believes the culture, lives the culture and is the culture.

It is the reflection of what our ancestors envisioned of us when they toiled this land looking forward to when we too would live as they lived.

Today, after 230 years of foreign influence and occupation our warriors are struggling to regain that which was lost.

In my view, every kanaka maoli who has moved our people forward is a warrior, and their names should always be on our lips and recorded in our personal genealogies and histories.

Whether it be in education, health, religion, human services, welfare, politics, civil rights, or employment. If we have gained it was because of them. And let us not forget the sovereignty movement; irregardless of the positions we chose to advocate, the journey will ultimately lead to unity of our people.

Mahalo for the opportunity to comment.

Tasha Kama
Candidate for State House District 8
Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii
 

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