Hui Pono Ike Kanawai

Drawn together with a common focus to study and understand the rights we have as a people of Hawaii nei. If the Kingdom never left then where are we!? If rights can never be taken from you then who has it?!



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Comment by Bronson Keali'i Kalipi on February 18, 2011 at 11:20pm

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?


Me:  Yes


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.


Comment by Pono Kealoha on February 6, 2011 at 11:31am
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