Ke Ao Maoli
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"The Women Of Kunia - A Visit With Sheila Valdez"
Agriculture and the ability to grow crops to feed your family is normally a good thing. But in upland Kunia, that activity is about to destroy a centuries old Heiau, one of O`ahuʻs culturally significant historical sites. And thatʻs where Sheila Valdez comes in,…
Added by Free Hawai`i on December 4, 2011 at 7:00am — 1 Comment
This was on the Office of Hawaiian Affairs Website:
Proposed settlement community meetings
On November 16, 2011, Governor Neil Abercrombie announced that the State of Hawaii and the Office of Hawaiian Affairs are discussing an agreement in principle, subject to legislative approval, relating to income owed to OHA from the public land trust. If ultimately approved, this agreement will finally resolve claims relating to OHA’s share of public land trust revenues from November 7,…
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Hawai`i is not, and has never been in or a part of the United States.
So you cannot secede from something you've never been legally part of.
You cannot quit something you didn’t join.…
Added by Free Hawai`i on December 3, 2011 at 5:47am — 2 Comments
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DID YOU KNOW? -
Of the 40,000 non Kingdom subjects in Hawai`i at the time of the illegal 1898 overthrow, only 1,928 or so were U.S. nationals as documented by the 1900 census.
They represented less than 3% of the entire…
Added by Free Hawai`i on December 1, 2011 at 8:00am — 1 Comment
"Under the laws of the Hawaiian Kingdom the Crown Lands were not part of the Government lands of the Hawaiian Kingdom. The Crown Lands were made inalienable under the laws of the Hawaiian Kingdom.
That is why in the Organic Act of 1900 of the Territory of Hawaii that Act makes the Crown Lands alienable, which we know is a fraud.
Prince Kuhio offered the Crown Lands to be the Land Base of the Hawaiian Homestead Act. At 1900 the Crown Lands were 970,000 acres of lands. Not only…Continue