Hawaiian Political Action Council of Hawaii


Hawaiian Political Action Council of Hawaii

ALOHA Kaua, e Na Kupuna, e Na Ohana, e Na Hoaloha, To United The Hawaiian Nationals Into A Strong Political Council

Location: The Hawaiian Kingdom
Members: 48
Latest Activity: Mar 5, 2015

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The Empire is afraid of us 4 Replies

Started by Janos (Keoni) Samu. Last reply by Simbralynn Kanakaole Jul 19, 2010.

Rep. Carroll, Pono and I 1 Reply

Started by Pomaikaiokalani. Last reply by Pomaikaiokalani May 10, 2009.

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Comment by kukuna o ka la on March 5, 2015 at 3:05pm

Comment by kukuna o ka la on October 13, 2012 at 5:12pm

So  I  guess Mili has sold over her ideas to Twigg- Smith  ???

"thought control" ???

Why would I logIn to read the

..............................................LIES of the Cut- Throat Pirates ???

Comment by kukuna o ka la on March 17, 2012 at 1:46am

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 12, 2012 at 7:59pm

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

Comment by kukuna o ka la on March 2, 2012 at 5:32am

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 kukuna o ka la on January 12, 2012 at 5:44am

"Will we allow this occupation of Hawai‘i to continue without a mass demonstration?" "When is that day when we express our resolve?" If not NOW, When? o Richard Pomaikaiokalani Kinney, Hawaiian National 1993"


Comment by kukuna o ka la on December 19, 2011 at 8:42pm
It has just come to my attention that a true Hawaiian patriot has passed on. Uncle Richard Pomai Kinney has from this earthly plane to be with God and the Aumakua. His life and legacy will be celebrated December 18, 2011 from 10:00am-1:00pm at 'Iolani Palace. This will be a potluck event. It has also been requested that you bring any pictures you may have of Uncle Pomai from his years of struggle for our Country and our people. E ola mau e Anakala Pomai, e holomua I ka pu'uwai o ka Lahui aloha. UWE, UWE, UWE ka Lani ma ka honua no keia kanaka aloha 'aina UWE!
Comment by kukuna o ka la on December 15, 2011 at 4:36pm

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 9:43pm

"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
Email: kekoalake@gmail.com
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 November 6, 2011 at 1:04am
Oh Happy Day ! Oh Happy Day ! Our Queen is Smile- ing !
Oh Happy Day ! Oh Happy Day !

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