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At 2:47am on February 17, 2013, kukuna o ka la said…

The War Crime Complaint alleges:

“State of Hawai‘i Judges OKAMOTO, FOLEY, LEONARD, and REIFURTH committed a war crime by willfully depriving my client, a protected person, of a fair and regular trial prescribed by the fourth Geneva Convention The Plaintiff, State of Hawai‘i Department of Hawaiian Home Lands Chair JOBIE MASAGATANI and State of Hawai‘i Governor NEAL ABERCROMBIE, represented by the State of Hawai‘i Attorney General DAVID M. LOUIE and Deputy Attorney Generals MATTHEW S. DVONCH, DIANE K. TAIRA and S. KALANI BUSH were complicit in these proceedings and therefore committed a war crime as accessories.”

The War Crime Complaint concludes:

“Accordingly, pursuant to Article 17(3) of the Rome Statute, I respectfully request the office of the Prosecutor, with all due speed, investigate the situation in order to determine if the alleged perpetrators should be charged with the war crime specified above.”

The ICC jurisdiction over the Hawaiian Islands will begin March 4, 2013.


At 3:41pm on May 9, 2010, Pono Kealoha said…
At 12:13pm on March 14, 2010, Sandy said…
Mahalo Nui for accepting my request,
and adding me to your friends Kawehi Kanui.
I am happy to be at this site. I hope to learn things,
that will help my understanding of issues.
At 12:59am on March 9, 2010, Pomaikaiokalani said…
ALOHA Mai, e Kawehi, Long Time to Chat, o Pomai
At 10:52pm on July 25, 2009, Kuuleinani said…
Aloha Anake, Ai I called Anake at the clinic and she told me that due to the blessing ceremony which will be held at the new Waianae Clinic there will be no workshop. Which is okay because I was trying to figure out how to be in both places on the same day. LOL....maybe next time.. Hope you are well and have a beautiful day. A Hui Ho~ Kuuleinani
At 7:01am on July 24, 2009, Pono Kealoha said…
At 8:44pm on July 22, 2009, Kuuleinani said…
Mahalo Nui Loa Anake, I will most definately call the office tomorrow. Hope to see you there. A Hui Ho~ Honis`~ Ku'uleinani
At 5:54pm on July 22, 2009, Kuuleinani said…
Aloha E Anake Kawehi, O' Kuuleinani Kamealoha-Mook kou inoa. E' kalamai, I came across your posting in regards to a gathering which will be held at the Waimanalo Community Health Center regarding Hawaiian Healing on Aug. 1st. Do you know how I would be able to get more information. I am very interested in attending. I would greatly appreciate your kokua. Mahalo~ A Hui Ho~ Kuuleinani
At 8:45pm on June 25, 2009, Pono Kealoha said…
aloha kaua e Kawehi,
wont be able to make the 27th already talked to Donna.
you can reach me @ 454-3972
At 3:05pm on June 24, 2009, Waihili said…
Aloha mai e Kawehi,
I am sorry I am so late to respond - haven't been on MaoliWorld for over a week! Mahalo for the friend request! Nice to meet you!
At 8:58am on June 18, 2009, Pomaikaiokalani said…
City and County of Honolulu

I, Henry Richard Kinney, Jr. a Native Hawaiian descendant and Sovereign, born on December 26, 1938 at Queen's Hospital in Honolulu, Hawaii, do herby renounce my citizenship to the United States of America as of 6 P.M. Hawaiian Standard time on January 17, 1993.
I protest against any and all acts done against my native country, the Hawaiian Kingdom and its constitutional sovereign, Queen Liliuokalani by United States troops on January 17, 1893.
No, to avoid any collision of arrest from agents of the United States, and perhaps the loss of my life and freedom, I seek the full independence of the Hawaiian Islands as an independent nation of the Free World.

Henry R. Kinnney, Jr.
731 McCully Street
Honolulu, Hawaii, 96826

Subscribed and sworn to before me this
15th day of January, 1993

Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit
State of Hawaii
At 5:37pm on May 14, 2009, Donna Burns said…
Any problems with Maoliworld...ask Pono...he is really good at it and can help you.

At 5:36pm on May 14, 2009, Donna Burns said…
Mahalo for signing up for Kai 'Ula petition.

At 12:43pm on May 8, 2009, Kawehi Kanui said…
Oh no! Instead of paying your taxes to the State of Hawai'i, pay it to the Kingdom...that can be done. Hiki no! People don't have to pay State taxes...why?

Anyway, gotta leave now. Take care.
At 12:39pm on May 8, 2009, Kawehi Kanui said…

I stand corrected. To clear up what I'm trying to say, being that you are an attorney I want to watch my p's and q's.

Our tax business would be asking people to instead by the State of Hawai'i they can contribute their money to the restoration of our government and that would go right into, The Hawaiian Kingdom Office Of Health, Education and Economic Development which we created under Hawaiian Law for the purpose of bringing education to the world and bringing our people together.

As far as the Social Security, I.R.S. and S.S.I. goes we are going to work with people who need our service to get the money back for their contributions into that system but are having problems penetrating the system to collect their money.

OHA is not going to do this kind of work and that's okay...we need to seperate from them. Their recent move to unite with the enemy is another
let down OHA is good at. We are done with trying to work with them and should be organized into a native tenant and nationals united to defend our vested rights in our lands.

The energy project has to do with ventilation to cool the house, dehumidifies the home from mold and spores as well as smog and vog...we are in the process of getting another component to provide electricity to help people get off the grid that doesn't cost you a leg, arm and your head. Joking.

Liens are the way of the future in Hawai'i for Hawaiians to protect their homes from military, state and county land grabbers who will find when they wanted to rebuild, they wouldn't be able to build. I have done a few of these and some about 20 years ago and the lot is still empty...says alot about our process. People pay for my service and in the process they get educated about the Kingdom before going into the liening of their property.

That's what I'm doing besides keeping Lance and other family members from prison because they are staunch Hawaiians...I've been able to keep them out of prison almost 20 years. I have worked on a home that was threatened to be taken away due to a case where the attorney in a case wanted to take the house for his payment...didn't fly and they are still living in their home on Hawai'i. I've helped my sons our of an attempted murder case when they were 12 and 13...long story but it involved my brother and sons who were defending themselves from a crack head and ended up going to jail but when the case came to court, the person admitted that he provoked the fight and he asked for forgiveness and the day before served the court and attorneys at juvinile court with copies of my children's Declaration of Rights documents filed in the Bureau along with an affidavit as their mother that they are not Americans and the true history of Hawai'i. Did that have an affect on the case? Don't know, but after court the attorney told me, "What did you do?"
The judge was adamant the other day about having the hearing today...well I didn't know that but I know that my children were innocent and demanded they hear the case today...it had been almost three months since their arrest. The uncle's in D.H. were perplexed because my sons were different from the rest of the populaton and because they were charged at that time with attempted murder, it was a blessing because no one wanted to mess with them and they were short and skinny. They sure learned alot from that experience and I am thankful to Keanu for what I learned from him and applied it where necessary. The experience was priceless from my view that they are men today at 17 and 18 years of age and in the honor roll level of their school. I have one more year to go when they graduate from High School. Then I will be free to travel the world or stay home with Lance.

You, Kekuni and Kinney are getting up there and it's nice to have kupuna who are active and on the right side for a change.

At 12:07pm on May 8, 2009, Kawehi Kanui said…
e aloha ku,

Yes I was in Kona about a month in Pu'uhonua O Honaunau for a meeting with the Temple of Lono, 'ohana and supporters of independence to see where they are at. Long way to go.

Met alot of good women who are looking for work. We went to Hilo to meet with another bunch of women in Hilo and am looking to form a business with them. I have one lady who is part indian who owns her own business doing taxes in San Francisco but she is also the only federal agent that would be in Hawai'i with the status of Kingdom of Hawai'i...to help with taxes on many levels. She's worked with American Indian Treaty Council as their accountant for over 10 years and opened her own business to help people in her tribe and other tribes who are under a non-profit status. She will be helping us help people get funding from Social Security for retirement, disability and other issues on this level. Sharing incase you know of anyone who needs help in this area. Anyway, we formed several other businesses to do with alternative energy and getting off the grid and how to put a lien on properties
to protect people from losing their lands or securing lands until the kingdom is restored.

Anyway, thank you for the invite. I will call you folks when we are in town.

Take care,
At 11:41am on May 8, 2009, ku ching said…

Trying to get some of these writers to look at the picture from different viewpoints can be very frustrating. But we gotta keep on trying.

Waimea is fine. Things are starting to warm up. I have a plum tree that is starting to put out shoots. Also, my pecan tree thinks its spring.

I might even have to lighten up on a couple of blankets. lol

Holler if you're in the area. Soli and I will take care of you - and others who may be traveling with you. In fact, it might even be that Soli mentioned your possibly being in the area about a month or so ago.

As for me - and a few others - we are getting ready to do a contested case - if we are granted standing - on the Mauna Kea Comprehensive Management Plan. This will tie up construction for a few years.

Anyway - keep up the good work.

At 1:50pm on April 6, 2009, Donna Burns said…
What is lance's defense? Maybe he should speak to Keanu or Hayden to help. Val told me that fairly recently Judge Wilson sent someone away for 10 years for tax evasion...when the man was merely asserting his sovereignty and unwillingness to be a US citizen. They control the courts and the police, so what else is new?

At 3:18pm on March 28, 2009, Jim said…
mahalo no kou mana'o
It means a lot to me have a good weekend.
Aloha Ahui hou.
At 4:18pm on March 27, 2009, Kaohi said…
Aloha kawehi
just browsing through the members, I wanted to just say Hi. I'm still living in Waianae. The sweeps are nasty on the beaches, same o, same o. I try to be their when it happens, Pono came twice to Zablands, it helped a lot.

I did make it to bellows too. And, before I left I did pay a visit to the mass graves inside the gate and off to the left. Ugh!!!! I did take pictures with my mo'opuna so that he carry on the Kahea--
Take care! Luwella Leonardi

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