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Started by Kaohi. Last reply by kukuna o ka la Oct 20, 2011.

Now, now, now.... 2 Replies

Now Bronson, please behave yourself or you'll have to stand in the corner.

Started by Wendy Merkley. Last reply by kukuna o ka la Mar 9, 2011.

Mahalo for your knowledge 1 Reply

kukuna_o_ka_la, many thanks for your knowledge and passing on this valuable document.  Lily was no fool, her strength endures in her…Continue

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My apologies for not knowing how to operate this site, however, I have nothing but praise for  your letter/article you are working on.  It contains facts, opinion, and in a creative manner...I…Continue

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Comment by kukuna o ka la on December 15, 2011 at 4:39pm

No ka oi !!
Here's a good healthy dose of Truth !!
Please, define: a black- birding pirate.
Imua Henry Evans Maude !

Comment by kukuna o ka la on November 15, 2011 at 9:47pm

"Final Report : From: Kekoa Lake, Election Commissioner

Mahalo nui loa to Every Kanaka Maoli and Kanaka e for your participation and assistance. This could not happen without you. Now let ours voice be heard!!!
Mahalo nui loa Ke akua for guidance ours people in the righteousness ...Amene

From: Kekoa Lake
Election Commissioner
49 Contests for Executive and Legislative Offices
On November 5, 2011, eligible voters in the twenty-four districts that comprise the reinstated nation of Hawai’i cast their ballots in the country’s fourth governmental election since its return from
exile in 1999. Qualified candidates ran campaigns for positions within the Mana Kau Kanawai – its bicameral legislature – and the Office of the Prime Minister, the nation’s head of state.

Henry Noa ran unopposed for the position of chief executive, securing a fourth term.


The winners of the contests for the House of Representatives are as follows:

Yolanda Niau-Blevins   (Kaua’i Dist. 1),

Andrew Brewer             (Kaua’i Dist. 2),

Billy Kaneholani             (Kaua’i Dist. 3),


Waikoloa Noa                       (O’ahu Dist. 1),

Guyton Galdeira                  (O’ahu Dist. 2),

Henry Enos                          (O’ahu Dist. 3),

Jacqualyn Cuban                 (O’ahu Dist. 4),

Cynthia Cullen-Sotelo         (O’ahu Dist. 5),

Justin Barit                           (O’ahu Dist. 6),

Leo Cardia Enos                   (O’ahu Dist. 7),

Makanaokeakua Ramos      (O’ahu Dist. 8),


Bronson Duke Kalipi            (Moloka’i Dist. 1),


Paul Justin Keahi          (Maui Dist. 1),

Samuel Ku’ailani Jr.      (Maui Dist. 2),

Kilinahe Noa                  (Maui Dist. 3),

Charles Ma’alea            (Maui Dist. 4),

Russell Kaho’okele        (Maui Dist. 5),


Michael Weeks               (Hawai’i Dist. 1),

Charles England            (Hawai’i Dist. 2), and

Keala Kadooka               (Hawai’i Dist. 5).


Within the races for the at-large offices for the

House of Nobles, the three winners from Kaua’i are:

Stewart Kopa Akana,

Timothy Oga, and

Eugene Kekane Pa.


The O’ahu winners include:

Loren Andrade,

Daniel Anthony,

Johnette Germano,

Donna Hanohano-Medeiros,

Hi’iaka Jardine,

Keolani Noa,

Alexander Luka and

Sylva Rivera.


The sole Noble from the island of Moloka’i is:

Kevin Doug Lopes.


Three persons were elected on Maui to serve as Nobles:

Edward Chang,

Keith Malaqui and

Ka’ohulani Pua’a.


The winners on the Island of Hawai’i are:

Mahealani Enos,

Samuel Kaleleiki,

Robert Keli’iho’omalu, Sr,

Robert Keli’iho’omalu, Jr,

Sam Keli’iho’omalu,

Jerryl Mauhili and

George Pua, Sr.


The newly-elected officials will take their oaths of office at a convening of the Mana Kau Kanawai in the third week of January 2012 on the grounds of the ‘Iolani Palace. They will serve for a period of four years.
The election commissioner Kekoa Lake would like to acknowledge the tireless organizational efforts of the island commissioners:

Naliko Markel of Kaua’i,

Georgette Hugho and

Bernice Cardinas of O’ahu,

Monette Ka’akimaka of Moloka’i,

Nelson Armitage of Maui,

Gary and Cyd Hoffeld of the Big Island, and

the personnel of the numerous election precincts.


The continuity of our nation’s government exists only through their enthusiasm and persistence."

Comment by kukuna o ka la on October 20, 2011 at 12:47pm
K. Kanui, Aloha
October 19, 2011 Today at 6:20 p.m. Mr. Richard Pomai Kinney passed into the spirit world to be in peace with Our Father 'Io. His family will have his Celebration of Life at the 'Iolani Palace at the Ahu. We look forward to celebrating his life with all who knew him. Aloha Oe my brother be at peace finally. We Love You.

Comment by Scout Vagabond on August 23, 2011 at 5:38am
Could you please tell me what LHG means?  Thanks.
Comment by kukuna o ka la on August 23, 2011 at 5:35am

They ran "Honey Boy" off the road  !!  Pomai is begging rides now.

Janos went to traffic court 8- 22 on Kaua'i; Bronson 8- 23 on Molokai
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is busy testing the LHG on Kaua'i and Molokai with traffic tickets marking the "incidents". We all recall that Lance Larsen drove his car right up to the doors of The Hague !! Hillary is very busy with the LHG.
Looking for "rights" ?? ....well, that's okay.
Looking for "powers" for the LHG ?? Big Trouble.
What will be Hillary's next move ??

Comment by Bronson Keali'i Kalipi on July 19, 2011 at 10:25pm
How dare you Kaohi send me a email to participate in a fraud.  I rather die as a Kanaka Maoli for independence than side for a defacto that dictates for our Kanaka Maoli race.  This is sickening because you accept for our people to have genocide upon us just for a lousy blood quantum trip on so call DHHL.  You rather see a Ha Ole come into our lives and kick our asses to the curb while he make money off of our land money and assets.  What the f#ck is that, that man is hewa and get that through your fr!cken thick scull cause 100's of our Kanaka's had died for a reason (to be free as men and woman.  Ask your kupuna kaohi and see if they think and feel the same way as you do.  At least they have a heart and pity for all of the Kanaka Maoli people, YOU on the other hand worried about the Land that DHHL have gave.  What about your race?  What about the po'e Kanaka Maoli?  What about the KEIKI of the po'e Kanaka Maoli?  Hewa, AI KANAKA, my father taught me this is when you fight for the land or ocean with hewa, then the land or ocean going eat you up especially when you only think for your self and not the next Kanaka.  A'ale HEWA, I pray that E'O come and judge cause this is becoming to fricken much and I cannot see one wahine of the kanaka maoli race poison the minds just for her own gain.  SHAME ON YOU KAOHI.
Comment by Bronson Keali'i Kalipi on July 18, 2011 at 5:46pm
No, I smile and tell them give me more tickets because your doing our Gov. a favor...LOL
Comment by Scout Vagabond on July 18, 2011 at 9:12am
Haha, yes, Bronson, for your sake and the sake of us all let them violate you to the hilt and get into the world court!!!!  I'm sure you're grinning each time a blue light stops you :D
Comment by Bronson Keali'i Kalipi on July 18, 2011 at 5:46am
I hope today they take away my car.
Comment by Bronson Keali'i Kalipi on July 18, 2011 at 5:46am
I get a whole stack of violations with me and ready for today's ticketing...LOL.  These policeman really crack me up.  They really know how to perpetuate the fraud I tell you...LOL

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