'O wai kou inoa? What's your name?

o Richard Pomaikaiokalani Kinney

No hea mai 'oe? Where are you from?

o Hawaii

ʻO wai ke ahupuaʻa āu e noho nei? Where do you live?

Nanakuli, Occupied Kingdom of Hawaii

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  • Damn it Richard I really miss u I hope to see you again . I love you.......

  • Me Ke Aloha to you MY Brother LOVE to You Always the best ever .....

  • to on of the best brothers  Richard was the best . stubborn yes hateful no he had a big heart and loved most people .Because we think different does not make us hateful just uniqe. He will be missed by me and loved always . Even though we were not talking when I lost my brother he is and always in my heart for ever. I Thank God for sharing this spirit with me and our O'hana . He was Brave Strong Loving ,Giving  , Good friend True Friend , Fighter for the rights of many . But again very very stubborn all his life . But always stood firm for what he felt was fair and right . He always thought it was such a shame Hawaiian have suffered so much and continue to do so . No matter who u are we all have enemies.  Our own people sold us out to the Americas.... to fill their pockets ..... it had nothing to do with the quamtum blood it all had to do with greed .

  • I will miss you so much Pomai.

    "Braddah Richard Pomai'kaikalani Kinney Celebration of Life is finalized for Sunday December 18, 2011 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM [at 'Iolani Palace].

    This is a potluck affair ---
    nothing elaborate, just finger foods so easy and no clean-up to worry about.

    The Rodenhurst Ohana are providing tent and chairs.

    Those of you that have pictures of Pomai in the movement please bring them to share."
  • I never knew Pomai, but I can see that he was truly a warrior of the Kingdom. He will always be remembered. Take Care My Bradda!
  • will miss you my family,,my cousin and my great friend..louv you.richarf..madeline
  • You have gone to be with na kupuna. Your earthly presence will be missed but your spirit will remain as a driving force as the fight for independence continues where you left off. How many more generations will pass before justice is realized? Go in peace Pomai.

    Aloha oe.
    Uncle Richard Pōmai Kinney passed into the realm of ʻAumakua at 6:25 today.
    A great warrior, friend and inspiration!!!
    Much Aloha, Laulani
  • Dear Pomai... I heard the news. I don't know what we are going to do without you. I will miss you very very much. Me ke aloha, Lana Ululani.
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