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.
Eh aloha.. always great to meet family. There are soo many of us but I barely know any besides my immediate. I remember my father saying me have family buried in maunawili. I've heard your fathers name before while researching family history. I noticed people had some not Soo great things to say about you on the comment area of the sovereign immunity of Kamehameha VI. I was wondering that's that all about?
Yes it is a beautiful place. Sometimes life gets too busy in the mundane world, it is so good to go where the ancestors are and feel them and feel the mana of who we are and be with our ancestors and God.
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......
Thank you for attending the session and for leaving the kind message....I hope all Kanaka Maoli register and in fact, vote, in and for, a sovereign native Hawaiian government of their own choosing. Our people, to a great extent, don't realize that as individuals, they are powerless and indigent, but as a united National government, they are powerful and are the collective owners of one of the most beautiful archipelagos of islands in the world.....ha'aha'a and unity is the answer, save the arguments and disagreeement for the floor of our government house.
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.
hey sent a message i think i was on the wrong page , so when i talked to you folks about this it came up in the blogposting area where i filled my answers there some one was talking about the issue of akaka bill and yes i have petition and got a letter fom akaka to stop akaka bill , and also wrote to the president and also to govenor , the dream was posted because i wanted some one to interpret my dream. THnk you kahoi
Hi Beautiful!! Missing you too...so much has happened...I've been so bad about keeping in touch, please forgive me!! Pls message me your number...my phone broke and lost all my numbers. going on air in ten...love ya!
I can't keep up with what is going on there. Trying to get ready for winter - already had some snow. I didn't know Hillary was there. I only watch Democracy Now and then off the television. The rest is not news, just a bunch of crap I think. Hillary came to Santa Fe in 1999. Tied up all the roads. They are all really small roads - can't even get my pickup around the corners of some. Obama came to Espanola in 2008. Cut off the whole northern part of the state. Not worth it I don't think. Laura Bush went to the Navajo Nation in about 2002 or 3. I was gone on a project and when I called home I was told "that Bush lady is passing by going 90mph." The news had her all involved with native kids. She never even slowed down. More crap I guess.
I don't get the whole war thing. It's all about money, advertising and PR. People are peripheral. You never know what is going on because mostly they are trying to get a certain response so they can say something else "important."
I was trying to figure out what you were talking about, but didn't have time to go back far enough. Liked your sperm bank observation. So many men, so little time - OR - can't we just have sperm banks?
Onions are in, but garlic is still in the refrigerator. Hope this isn't a double post- I think I lost the first one when I went to the dictionary. Peripheral got me.
Good luck. Buena suerte. The more I read, the more I see the groundwork has been laid so thick and heavy by the manipulators, it is a big job to sort it out.
Still thinking about scanning some photos of real Spanish Colonial chip carving into the computer for you to see. That will be a good winter project.
Mahalo for all your mana'o. That is very interesting to know about cutting down a tree when a warrior dies. Wow, it's been a long time since you've been to Kona if it was back in the 70's. You wouldn't recognize Kona now, it's a little city. Went from 1 lane road and one stop light at the corner of Hualalai and Kuakini to stop lights at every corner, big box stores and 4 lane highway.
BTW did you know Adachi pasted away last year? We were good friends and in the same organization, "Ke Akua Hawaii Ko Aloha" with Aka Mahi as our Alii Nui.
E kaohi... good news even if it is Earth Justice and not specifically for Hawaiians
Federal agency sides with environmentalists opposed to nuclear irradiator at airport
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has sided with the environmental law firm Earthjustice over a nuclear irradiation facility proposed near Honolulu Airport to treat fruits and vegetables for export.
The NRC today agreed with Earthjustice's client Concerned Citizens of Honolulu that NRC staff failed to investigate non-nuclear technologies that could accomplish the same goal. Earthjustice cited an electron-beam irradiator that has been used for the past 10 years on the Big Island.
The law firm says the NRC also faulted the staff for failing to consider alternate sites for the proposed nuclear irradiation facility that aren't subject to the threats of tsunami, earthquakes and aircraft crashes.