I reread you mail to me and I have a hard time understanding it when I read your postings. I don't understand how you want to be fair but support Aaron Stene's attacks on me and Leon Siu [and yours] and he won't let us reply. Shoots I like a good argument, more so on facts. I think I can win most of them.
You were a little weak on you arguments against Leon's analysis and I won't even try to post anymore. I know you don't want to be called a racist, but you seem disconnected with you reactionary comments. When you say Sovereignty people are getting welfare. You are just assuming. As you have said you haven't met any members of our government and I am disturbed that you don't want to find out the facts.
Sure it is easy to break down to name calling, I called you a racist and Aaron a jerk. But if that is what you are then I don't know what to tell you, If I am wrong e kala mai ia'u. The problem I have with you is you say racists things and I still am unsure how aware of it you are!
The reality of the Hawaiian Kingdom is vastly different then you make it out to be. So it seems you want to take you personal mistreatment out on people you don't know and are unfamiliar of what they do.
I lived on Moku Keawe a long time and have not found any of the treatment you share with me. Aloha finds Aloha seems to me.
Look if you guys change your tune we will give you poi, for reals.
OK then I did extend Aloha to you if you wanted it. Still I realize that you are not aware of the content of your words and the prejudices behind them. So I have consulted with our attorney general and you are welcome. E Komo mai to speak with him. Tom Anthony is located at 155 Mama street, Hilo, Hawaii. He will be happy to bring you up to date on our status, as well as our legal foundation, History and Why you we are not part of the USA,
it’s hilarious when all these sovereigntists complain and complain about the “haole taking our land”
See it is YOU who puts this phony crap out there. Our government is multi-cultural but you seem unaware of facts. We in Aupuni Hawaii do not see this occupation in you racist terms and I have come to believe that you are a racist. If you are unhappy with you reception in our country you can go home again.
Brooklyn is a place full of many racist people, I know it well and perhaps you come to Hawaii with some of this stupidity.
In all candor you don't seem to know anything about the movement. You are not Ho'ohiki with us and you accusations come from stereo types and not from discourse with us. I am qualified to speak on Kingdom issues because I am a member of its government and therefore intimate with the facts.
So why are you a racist? Your assertions have little or no basis in fact and I am aware of your knowledge only coming from nasty blogs with you. You speak of us as violent and welfare people and have no interest in History or the law.
So it is the outcome of your point and not a process of dialogue to improve your understanding of the subject.
We do not point out you and mr. Stene's stupidity because you are ha'ole's [Americans] but because you threaten to fight us and case aspersions on us through racist generalities.
So I tell it is never to late to educate yourself or to Kala mai with the people you injure. But I suspect your hate keeps you warm, but if you change your minds we are always looking to expand our movement to Malama all people who Aloha Aina.
In short you can chose to stop being a racist in your approach, up to you
I still wait for your friend Aaron to tell me what exactly was outlandish about Leon Siu's commentary. Are you supporting this kind of "Personal Opinion" that is all attack and no substance? If you answer me civilly I will return the Aloha!