Ke Ao Maoli
Time: August 14, 2009 to August 15, 2009
Location: Iolani Palace Grounds
Street: 364 S. King Street
City/Town: Honolulu, Island of Oahu
Website or Map: http://www.iolanipalace.org
Event Type: class/seminar/kukakuka, sessions/q, &, a, sessions
Organized By: Kaleo Farias
Latest Activity: Aug 13, 2009
You are all invited to attend and participate in two day eight hour class/seminar entitled "Affirmimg & Exercising Your Hawaiian National Rights" on the Iolani Palace Grounds, on Friday & Saturday, August 14th-15th, 2009 from 8am-4pm. Before we proceed and move forward to present and offer this class/seminar, we must get a head count of individuals that are and will make a committed decision to be there throughout the entire duration of this two day class/seminar.
Topics and subjects that will be covered is "What to say to a police officer" when being pulled over for any kind of FAKE State Ticket, what and how to represent yourself as a Hawaiian National in the FAKE State Court, how to navigate yourself in the Archives and in the Bureau Of Conveyance when looking for Marriage Certificates, Death Certificates, Probates, Genealogy, Native Testimony, Royal Patents, Land Commission Awards, and residing on these Royal Patent Lands that was awarded and given to your Ohana from King Kamehameha III himself. Hear real and true life testimony of those that have successfully reclaimed their Ohana's Lands Legally, Effectively, and who has been living on it for decades. There will be a lot of time for kukakuka sessions and Q & A sessions as well.
The speaker and one who lives it goes by the name of Alfred Spinney. I am sure a lot of you know who he is. He resides on the Kailua-Kona west side of the Big island and has been helping our people for decades now. He has and is doing it in the Courts, sometimes on a daily basis, so he knows his stuff! Please comment and make your commitment to coming on this post, so we can make the neccessary arrangements to make this once and a lifetime offer a reality. You can also call me at 808.489.7065 if you want more information.
Potluck is encouraged, so if you have something to bring, no scared dum, bring um!!! A hui ho. Malama pono! See you all there.