Hawaiian Independence Alliance


Hawaiian Independence Alliance


Website: http://hawaiianindependencealliance.org
Location: WORLDWIDE ,but based on O'ahu ,HI.
Members: 286
Latest Activity: Oct 6, 2022


45-659 Lohiehu St. Kaneohe HI 96744

Phone (808) 284-3460 Email: lcruz@hawaiianindependencealliance.org

Discussion Forum

Referencing ourselves as Hawai'i nationals 3 Replies

Started by Tane. Last reply by Annette Leihuanani Kekumukau Gol Apr 5, 2016.

Could the Overthrow have been averted? 19 Replies

Started by Merlin L.K. Watson. Last reply by Annette Leihuanani Kekumukau Gol Apr 5, 2016.

MacDonald's vs. Buger King 5 Replies

Started by J. D'Alba. Last reply by kukuna o ka la Jan 27, 2011.

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Comment by kukuna o ka la on March 17, 2012 at 1:44am

You want to see "re- ignite" ??
We'll show you RE- IGNITE !!

Anyone with a stomach for "The Truth" ???

Comment by kukuna o ka la on March 17, 2012 at 1:39am
"The truth is, with respect to the United States, Hawaii is a foreign country (one that is illegally occupied by the US). Thus, if his birth certificate is genuine, Barack Hussein Obama was born in a foreign country — the Hawaiian Kingdom!

Forget Kenya and Indonesia. Obama’s birth certificate actually proves he is a natural born citizen of the Hawaiian Kingdom, not the United States! That means Obama is a Hawaiian National and, therefore, still not constitutionally eligible to be President of the United States."
Comment by kukuna o ka la on March 12, 2012 at 7:57pm

Prime Minister Henry Noa at Hanama'ulu Pavilion 3:PM Tuesday March 13th on Kaua'i  !!

Comment by kukuna o ka la on March 8, 2012 at 12:49pm

‎"Iwi kupuna" means nothing to  these bastards !!
Kanakas got to start talking "relics" !
A "relic" can stop a bulldozer; iwi kupuna CANNOT.
Wake up, kanakas !!

Comment by kukuna o ka la on March 2, 2012 at 5:24am

e Dwight,
       When are you going to realize that they are not that many Royalists in the movement?  Most in the movement do not support the restoration of the Hawaiian Kingdom Nation.

       This is why when you ask about someone filling the Queen's Shoes, most in the movement are saying, the Hell with that!  

       As far as I know all who going to the UN and other parts of the World, are looking for the UN and the World to recognize THEM and not the Hawaiian Kingdom Nation!  

      Yes, they may want Sovereignty and Independence, but to restore the Hawaiian Kingdom Nation of the Queen.  You and I lost them!  

       Long Live The Hawaiian Kingdom Nation of Queen Liliuokalani, o Pomai

Comment by Kaohi Mendiola-Kaniaupio on February 23, 2012 at 2:51am

One needs to pay attention to the drugs and junk being sold on maoliworld.  It's not only bad businesses, but I do believe it is with the intent to stop the communication among ourselves.  Something that a navy personnel would do, one just need to read a little bit of high school modern Hawaiian History to go figure it out!

Comment by Kaohi Mendiola-Kaniaupio on February 20, 2012 at 8:31pm

Looking forward to pictures of display.  Walked in the Aloha Run today with children and grandchildren.  And too, would like to hear more as to what Kuhio Voegler had to say about the grounding of Hawaiian Independence advocates!

Comment by Kaohi Mendiola-Kaniaupio on February 19, 2012 at 9:09pm


Comment by Pono Kealoha on February 19, 2012 at 8:56pm

Aloha Kakou,

E kala mai for the late notice.

Tomorrow, Feb. 20 there will be a mass display of the placards with the names of Hawaiian patriots who signed the 1897 Ku’e Petition that stopped annexation to the US. The display will radiate out from the McKinley Statue in front of McKinley High School on King Street.

You are welcome to join us to set up display. If you want to kokua, come at 10am. It will take about 2 hours to set up, so viewing time of the finished display will be noon-2pm.

Also during the viewing time, Kuhio Voegler and I will be making respective presentations about recent development that will be of great interest to Hawaiian independence advocates.

A hui hou,
Malama pono,

Comment by Kaohi Mendiola-Kaniaupio on February 17, 2012 at 3:14am

Our 10th grade children in Waianae have a reading comprehension of a 2nd grader.  However, these youngsters are trying their best to jump ahead in their research papers and combined with high tech-video join the communication and connect with the world!  Their beautiful spirits soar to heights that most people will not reach in their life time! 


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