Hundreds Show Up To Protest - Only Hawaiian Kingdom Patriots Nail The Truth
About 300 people converged on the state Capitol yesterday and urged the Lingle administration to back off its legal claim that the state has the right to sell ceded lands.
In a case that supposedly places the state against the state Office of Hawaiian Affairs, Gov. Linda Lingle and her administration are appealing a unanimous ruling by the Hawai`i Supreme Court in January that the state cannot sell or otherwise transfer ceded lands until Native Hawaiian claims against the land holds were resolved.
Yet only a handful of protestors actually described the issue accurately.
"These are stolen lands, we're clear on that," Native Hawaiian practitioner Andre Perez said to the crowd. "I want my land back. I want my country back."
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