HPACH: LONG LIVE THE HAWAIIAN KINGDOM

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HPACH:   LONG LIVE THE HAWAIIAN KINGDOM

Time: June 8, 2009 at 1pm to September 18, 2009 at 5pm
Location: Duke Kahanamoku Statue, Waikiki
Street: King Kalakaua Avenue
City/Town: Waikiki, Hawaiian Kingdom
Phone: 1-808-668 4394
Event Type: he, hawaii, au
Organized By: Pomaikaiokalani
Latest Activity: Sep 17, 2009

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As Sovereign of the Hawaiian Political Action Council of Hawaii I will be at the Duke Kahanamoku Statue in Waikiki from 1 to 5 PM every week day beginning on Monday, June 8, 2009. There I will share my mana'o i'o as Hawaiian Kingdom National with all who come to me.
Long Live The Hawaiian Kingdom, o Pomai

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Comment by Pomaikaiokalani on May 22, 2009 at 8:12am
ALOHA Kakou, e Hawaii Nei, There in Waikiki I will share my mana'i i'o on my appearances before the State Court as a Hawaiian National to all who will come to me in Waikiki. Long Live The Hawaiian Kingdom, o Pomai
Comment by Pomaikaiokalani on May 22, 2009 at 4:21pm
ALOHA Kaua, e Bradda Kai, Hele mai and let's share our mana'o i'o. I like to hear your mana'o i'o also. Long LIve The Hawaiian Kingdom, o Pomai
Comment by Pomaikaiokalani on May 23, 2009 at 5:55pm
KUE
ALOHA KUU AINA HAWAII
LONG LIVE THE HAWAIIAN KINGDOM
WAIKIKI, JUNE 8, 2009 HPACH
Comment by Pomaikaiokalani on May 24, 2009 at 7:49pm
ALOHA Kakou, At the Duke Kahanamoku Statue in Waikiki I will display the Flags of our nation, the Hawaiian Kingdom. Along with the HPACH Banner, LONG LIVE THE HAWAIIAN KINGDOM. It would be easy for me to be going from here in Nanakuli to Waikiki, but once I get into the spirit of being there in Waikiki and telling our story, all will be fine. Mahalo to all for your support and encouragements. Long Live The Hawaiian Kingdom, o Pomai
Comment by Pomaikaiokalani on May 25, 2009 at 5:47pm
ALOHA Kakou, e Hawaii Nei, The Stage is set and the Path that I must walk is clear. Long Live The Hawaiian Kingdom, o Pomai
Comment by Pomaikaiokalani on May 27, 2009 at 7:46pm
HE HAWAII AU
ALOHA KUU AINA HAWAII
AINA O KUU KUPUNA
AINA O KUU ALOHA
AINA O PONO
This is my defense that I will stand on at the Trials in July. o Pomai
Comment by Pomaikaiokalani on May 28, 2009 at 6:51pm
"My Children's Children Shall Rise Again"
Queen Liliuokalani 1917
Comment by Pomaikaiokalani on June 8, 2009 at 8:17am
ALOHA Kakou, e Ke Aunpuni Moi O Hawaii, Today I continue on the Path In Waikiki for the revival of our nation, the Hawaiian Kingdom. For me, it's a Path that I must take and will bear any and all attempts to stop me. I thank all of you for your Prayers, Mana'o I'o and Kokua. HE HAWAII AU, ALOHA KUU AINA HAWAII, AINA O KUU KUPUNA, AINA O KUU ALOHA,
AINA O PONO, o Pomai
Comment by Pomaikaiokalani on June 9, 2009 at 4:57am
ALOHA Kakou, e HPACH, Day 1 in Waikiki went very well. For me, it was great to be back in my Old Working Land Base when I was younger and full of llife as a Tour Driver for Trade Wind Tours. I had the Golden Opportunity to share my mana'o i'o on the Revival of our nation, the Hawaiian Kingdom to about 25 people. Out of them a young Hawaiian came by me when I sitting down and he stood like at attention and sang Hawaii Ponoi. As I watched him, I could hear my Grandma says, Richard Stand Up. After he sang Hawaii Ponoi, the young Hawaiian thanked me for being there in Waikiki. Many people took pirctures of the Flags and HPACH "Long Live The Hawaiian Kingdom" Banner. Some asked me, why the Upside Down Flags? All supporting the revival of the Hawaiian Kingdom. Today, Tuesday is Day 2 Waikiki.
HE HAWAII AU, HE HAWAII MAKOU, o Pomai
Comment by Pomaikaiokalani on June 10, 2009 at 8:48am
KILL THE AKaKa BILL

Chief Tecumseh Brown Eagle of The Erie Indian Moundbuilders Tribal Nation today issued his Tribe's opposition to the proposed Akaka Bill now before the US Congress.
He said:
Native Hawaiians are not American Indians! To label Native Hawaiians as American Indians flies in the face of historical fact, truth, and the rule of law. It also undermines the inherent right of all to retain their national identity. If the national identity of Native Hawaiians can be wiped away with the stroke of a pen then all people everywhere may face the same fate.
For the United States of America to attempt to classify Native Hawaiians as Native American Indians undermines true Native American Indians as well as the United States Consitution that is promulgated upon the rule of law. This bill would continue the horrific history of the violation of its treaties by the US which the US Constitution unequivacably proclaims as the highest law of the land.
To enact the Akaka Bill would continue this abuse of the US Constitution and support the unconscionable illegal overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawai'i in 1893.
All people of sound conscious recognize the blessings of freedom bestowed upon us by The Great Spirit, and confirmed under the United States Consitution and must oppose the Akaka Bill. I urge everyone to contact their US Senator and oppose this legislation.

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