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Kukuna o ka la are nothing but a pedophile'er with the need to see children especially little boys trained to kill...it's basically a turn on for men that don't know any better. Guns and children comes from a mind set of cyber space collective.
I have asked Ikaika for a delete button and have yet to see a response. It is sad that Kauai houses such sick men or beast from hell. It is sad that the pedophilia could not be removed from Maoliworld completely.
Why should you pay any attention to Obama's color ?? He sure doesn't !!! Could I make a suggestion as to where Sasha and Malia could study during summer break ??
mahalo nui kaohi..your comment on my chem trail jus wen hit me on my elemu..lmao..maopopo wau i keia manawa..!mahalo Tita
Ah! Duh me, I didn't know this had a chat feature - I kept wondering what the little bell I was hearing was all about :D.
I spent six winters on the Big Island...it was a natural that I join in on Hawaiian Sovereignty issues.......it took some time before I could find some people to recognize the importance of the Mohawk Manifesto to Hawaii. But, finally, it happened...yay!
Hawaiians are well regarded for their strength in the indigenous world. Keep on keeping on!!!!!
Hope you are well....I checked to read the next comment and realized I had not approved your comment from last time.....I just did so and I hope you do register to vote this coming November as a sovereign Nation cannot exist without its sovereign population......
Naliko Kahoali'i Lauokalani Markel
Adachi didn't talk about Kahoolawe, in fact he wasn't very talkative. He was very knowledgeable about our Hawaiian culture but so humble that he rarely shared, but when he felt like talking people would listen. The last thing he was really in to was teaching the children the culture. He did a cultural exchange between the children from the Yawapai (sp?) and then took Hawaii kids up to Arizona to teach them of that Native American culture. He talked about that.
Luna Hauanio did a lot of work with him with the kids and the culture he would be the best one to contact. If you have face book look up Luna or google him, he's all over the place and I'm sure he would help you.
Adachi was our Alii Hawaii in our group. He coordinated our Makahiki events and since his passing no one has taken over his job. It's hard to find people who are dedicated as much as Adachi. He loved working outdoors and taking care of a beach lot that our group is responsible for.
Sorry I couldn't be of too much help but please contact Luna, I'm sure he can help you more.
Me Kealoha Pumehana,