Thursday, July 20, 2017

WHAT PART OF THIS DOES THE US 
NOT UNDERSTAND?





















Wednesday, July 19, 2017

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"HAWAIIAN KINGDOM PATRIOT JAILED"

What Would Yo Do If You Were Jailed For Over A Year With No Charges & No Trial?

Wouldnʻt It Become A Big News Story With Lots Of Public Outcry?

Not Only Did It Happen, Practically No One Knew About It Until Now.

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Tuesday, July 18, 2017


ALOHA `AINA

























Monday, July 17, 2017

SUNDAY JULY 30TH IN HONOLULU




Sunday, July 16, 2017

A BIG DEAL REVEALED ON “VOICES OF TRUTH - ONE-ON-ONE WITH HAWAI`IʻS FUTURE"


"Moku`ula - A Visit With Ke`eaumoku Kapu"

Lying hidden under a parking lot and baseball field in the historic town of Lahaina, Maui is Moku`ula, a place revered since ancient times. It was not only the private residence of King Kamehameha III and a burial site of several Hawaiian royals, but most importantly it served as the capital of the Hawaiian Kingdom until 1845. When we heard of plans to restore Moku`ula to its former glory, we met up with Ke`eaumoku Kapu to get a tour and full story. Donʻt miss our amazing visit with Ke`eaumoku as he explains why Moku`ula still remains so significant and how todayʻs Maui Aha Moku Council perpetuates the very same systems used there in the days of old - Watch It Here
 

MONDAY, July 17th At 6:30 PM Maui – Akaku, Channel 53 

MONDAY, July 17th At 5:30 PM & FRIDAY, July 21st At 9:00 PMHawai`i Island – Na Leo, Channel 53  

NEW! - Now More Na Leo O Hawai`i Air Dates -
TUESDAY, July 18th At 11:00 AM & SATURDAY, July 22nd At 11:30 AMHawai`i Island – Na Leo, Channel 54

TUESDAY, July 18th At 7:30 PM, THURSDAY, July 20th At 7:30 PM & SATURDAY, July 22nd At 5:30 PM Kaua`i - Ho`ike, Channel 52

Sneak Peek! -


"Village Of Old Hawai`i - A Visit With Alohalani Smith"

Once a thriving village in old Hawai`i, Kaupo today is a sparsely populated remote district on Maui with a sustainable ranching community. Thatʻs where we met Alohalani Smith who told us of her exciting plans to revive and recreate ancient Kaupo. Deeply connected to the area, she filled us in on both the ancient as well as modern history of Kaupo which included dangerous fires and earthquakes. Donʻt miss our visit with Alohalani as she paints a vivid and fascinating picture of what this very special village once was and will be again - Watch It Here

FRIDAY, July 21st At 8:00 PM & SATURDAY, July 22nd  At 5:30 PM O`ahu - `Olelo, Channel 53

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Saturday, July 15, 2017

TONIGHT IN KAILUA-KONA 
ON HAWAI`I ISLAND


















































WHERE - 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy, 
Kailua-Kona, 96740

Friday, July 14, 2017

TOMORROW IN KAILUA-KONA 
ON HAWAI`I ISLAND


















































WHERE - 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy, 
Kailua-Kona, 96740

Thursday, July 13, 2017

OFFICE OF MAUNA KEA MANAGEMENT
ARE YOU LISTENING?


































Wednesday, July 12, 2017

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"ANOTHER BAD MAUNA KEA JOKE"

Do They Really Think Youʻre Dumb Enough To Buy This?

The Office Of Mauna Kea Management Has Received An Award & Wait Until You Hear What Itʻs For.

Who Would Do A Crazy Thing Like That?

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Tuesday, July 11, 2017

SATURDAY JULY 22 IN WAI`ANAE
























Monday, July 10, 2017

JULY 29th & 30th IN HILO













































Sunday, July 09, 2017

UNCOVERED & REDISCOVERED ON “VOICES OF TRUTH - ONE-ON-ONE WITH HAWAI`IʻS FUTURE"


"Moku`ula - A Visit With Ke`eaumoku Kapu" 

Lying hidden under a parking lot and baseball field in the historic town of Lahaina, Maui is Moku`ula, a place revered since ancient times. It was not only the private residence of King Kamehameha III and a burial site of several Hawaiian royals, but most importantly it served as the capital of the Hawaiian Kingdom until 1845. When we heard of plans to restore Moku`ula to its former glory, we met up with Ke`eaumoku Kapu to get the tour and full story. Donʻt miss our amazing visit with Ke`eaumoku as he explains why Moku`ula still remains so significant and how todayʻs Maui Aha Moku Council perpetuates the very same systems used there in the days of old
-
Watch It Here


MONDAY, July 10th At 6:30 PM Maui – Akaku, Channel 53 

MONDAY, July 10th At 5:30 PM & FRIDAY, July 14th At 5:00 PMHawai`i Island – Na Leo, Channel 53  

NEW! - Now More Na Leo O Hawai`i Air Dates -
TUESDAY, July 11th At 11:00 AM & SATURDAY, July 15th At 11:30 AMHawai`i Island – Na Leo, Channel 54

TUESDAY, July 11th At 7:30 PM, THURSDAY, July 13th At 7:30 PM & SATURDAY, July 15th At 5:30 PM Kaua`i - Ho`ike, Channel 52

SATURDAY, July 15th At 5:30 PM O`ahu - `Olelo, Channel 53

Now you can become a fan of Voices Of Truth on Facebook by clicking Here and see behind the scenes photos of our shows and a whole lot more.  

Voices Of Truth interviews those creating a better future for Hawai`i to discover what made them go from armchair observers to active participants. We hope you'll be inspired to do the same.
 
Voices Of Truth now airs on local access stations in over 90 cities across the US and throughout the world. Check your local listings.

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Saturday, July 08, 2017

HELP THE CAMPAIGN TO FREE HAWAI`I
































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Friday, July 07, 2017

HAWAIIAN ANCESTRAL LANDS RECLAIMED





























Hawai`i Public Radio - By Ku`uwehi Hiraishi - July 6, 2017

For the first time in more than a century, land titles held by Hawai`i’s former sugar companies are being opened to challenge. At their peak in the 1930s, sugar plantations cultivated approximately 250,000 acres across the island chain.

As plantations have sold off much of those holdings, attempts by new landowners to clear title are proving more challenging than imagined.

"Kaua`ula Valley is one quiet little place that was historically abundant with thousands and thousands of taro patches," says Ke`eaumoku Kapu. "My lineal ties to Kaua`ula is both sides of my mother and father’s side. When the jury made the decision it was based upon my genealogical connection of five generations."

A 15-year court battle on Maui came to an end for Ke`eaumoku Kapu when a jury declared him the rightful heir to a 3.5 acre parcel in Kaua`ula.


The land was originally awarded to his family in 1857 under what is known as the Kuleana Act of 1850. Attorney Lance Collins represented Kapu.

"The Kuleana Act allowed individuals to make claims for the parcels that they were living and growing things on," explains Collins, "I think 21,000 or 22,000 claims were made and I think it was like 12,000 claims were granted."

Land Commission Award 6507, ‘Āpana 1 was granted to Kapu’s great-great grand uncle Apa`a.

Pioneer Mill Company cultivated sugar in Lahaina for 138 years from 1862 - 1999.

Five years later Pioneer Sugar Mill began operations in Lahaina, expanding its reach to nearly all of the available land in the district by the 1890s.

"Pioneer Mill in 1999 started selling off a lot of their holdings," says Kapu, "They sold 5,000 acres for $50 million to West Maui Land Company and not long after that, they started filing all these quiet title adverse possession claims."

New landowners commonly establish clear title by filing quiet title lawsuits, and thus “quiet” any challenges or claims to the property by descendants of kuleana land owners, like Kapu.

"The case was brought by Makila Land Company, which is an affiliate of West Maui Land Company," says Collins, "They claimed that they owned this because they got a deed from Pioneer Mill who in 1892 got it from a person claiming to be related to the original awardee of the land commission award."

Over four days, Collins convinced the second circuit court jury that person did not exist--making Kapu the rightful heir to the property.

"There's no evidence that this person existed," says Collins, "It appears that somebody just made it up, 'Oh I’m related to so and so and I’m giving it to Pioneer Mill.' In those cases, all of it is subject to challenge."

As more and more former plantation lands are bought up across the island state, quiet title actions will likely continue.

"I hope this can serve as a template for others who are seeking redemption for their families and their kuleana lands," says Kapu.

Thursday, July 06, 2017

4TH OF JULY AT `IOLANI PALACE
 




















Wednesday, July 05, 2017

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"DONʻT FALL FOR THESE MAUNA KEA TRICKS"

Donʻt Be Fooled.

Those Who Support The Thirty Meter Telescope Are Trying To Trick You In Two Different Ways.

On One Hand, Theyʻre Trying To Convince You Mauna Kea Belongs To Everyone While On The Other, Getting Everyoneʻs Input Is What Theyʻre Trying To Prevent.

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Tuesday, July 04, 2017

A HAWAIIAN NATIONAL ON INDEPENDENCE DAY

Honolulu Civil Beat - By Jonathan Osorio - July 1, 2010


There are two words in our language that can be used to mean independence: kuokoa and ea.

Kuokoa — to stand apart — means a kind of intellectual as well as political independence. Kuokoa is an easier term for Americans to understand because it connects so easily to the image of the Minuteman, the yeoman farmer, the frontiersman.

Ea means that spiritual sovereignty as a kind of rightness, Ua mau ke ea o ka aina i ka pono. The sovereignty, the life force of the land, endured because of the rightness, the goodness of our people. Proclaimed by Kamehameha III on July 31, 1843, he acknowledged that the British had ceased their occupation of Hawaii and unlawful seizure of the government, setting a path for his heirs to follow — to trust in the rule of law and not armed might and to believe in their inherent right to be independent.

In one of the ironic warps of history, the Independent Party, established in 1883 and purporting to be an independent voice in the Kingdom, was principally responsible for ending the national government. The founders of the party included Lorrin Thurston — already a professed annexationist; William O. Smith, who joined him in his most nefarious political scheming; Sanford Dole and William Castle, all members of the haole business class in Hawaii, who would all play significant roles in the destruction of the independent Kingdom of Hawaii. As early as 1884 the founders of the Independence Party were confidentially referring to themselves as the Reform Party, although the newspapers and general public identified them as the Independents. Reform suggests something very different than independence and in fact bears the strong whiff of the Mission, something that Castle himself was anxious to avoid — missionary already having become a distinctly derogatory term in Hawaiian politics.

Their actions were not irony so much as deviousness. What was ironic was the membership in that party of Hawaiian patriots like Representative Joseph Nawahi, whose opposition to the King sprang from a deep fear that Kalakaua’s policies were disastrous for the nation. Nawahi was acting from the conviction, learned in part from his upbringing in mission schools, that he had a duty to be an independent voice in the legislature and to speak honestly and directly to those he felt threatening his country and in 1883, he believed that threat to be the King. When those same individuals who invited him to join their political party in the 1884 elections turned to military force in order to humiliate the King and institute the Bayonet Constitution that elevated the business community to control of the legislature, the courts and the cabinet ministry, Nawahi cut his ties with them and became a tireless opponent of the provisional haole government and American annexation.

Kuokoa was the name of the longest-running newspaper in the Kingdom’s history and given to be an independent analysis of the politics of the time. In fact, Ka Nupepa Kuokoa was published and edited by former members of the ABCFM mission — men like E.O. Hall and Henry Whitney, whose criticism of the Monarchy was most contemptuous when they were describing the native Hawaiian as voters and legislators. The ideology of the missionary turned publisher, land-owner, attorney and politician was fairly simple. The government of the Kingdom was more credible and reliable the more members of the white business class dominated it. And whether the much larger Native electorate believed this credo or not, it is worth pointing out that haole businessmen and attorneys represented close to 50 percent of the legislature despite the fact that haole were less than 6 percent of the population for most of the 1880s.

So long as Hawaii was a monarchy, however, a non-Hawaiian would never have complete control of the government and therein lies the tale of Bayonet, the Overthrow and the American annexation.

The same founders of the Independent/Reform Party in 1883 made up the committee of safety that took control of the government in 1893 under the protection of American soldiers and warships. In 1895, in a particularly spiteful and cynical piece of timing, they declared their republic on July 4, a “government” that had all of 4,000 mostly white citizens, and declared Sanford Dole president for life. That this “republic” was set up for no other purpose than to encourage the Americans to annex the islands makes it impossible to commemorate the Fourth as a day of independence. I cannot imagine how any Hawaiian, knowledgeable about this history and feeling any sense of kinship with his or her nineteenth century ancestors, celebrates the Fourth of July.

Even the word independence has become increasingly problematic in the 21st century. Is the American nation an independent country? Not of foreign oil, not of entanglements in other countries, not of the Chinese yuan. Americans mostly understand that they are either interdependent with other nations or that the U.S. should stop pretending that it is anything but an empire and get on with the business of running the world. It is interesting that the last blockbuster film about Independence Day featured an Earth nearly conquered by alien hordes that had ravished countless worlds before getting outsmarted by Americans. Globalization forces people to see themselves differently and to acknowledge on some level that all of humanity is connected.

Yet the word independent continues to drive the American imagination, so that now it is an unofficial almost third party in America. Without question, it is this group of independent voters that swings the national elections, especially in presidential contests in key states. But what do independents stand for? The answer is troubling. They stand for almost anything in the political spectrum but appear integrated by a common belief that the electoral system in America is so politicized by interest groups on the left and right, that government itself is the enemy. One hears terms like balancing, and making sure that one party never dominates, and while that is a legitimate political aim, it underscores the deep cynicism governing Americans’ view of politics and the conviction that the country is so divided and polarized that union and unity cannot be seriously entertained.

Today’s American politics, then, is simply trying to find a balance — pono is our word — between right and left that acknowledges both as uncompromising and divided. But for the little nation of Hawaii with fewer than 100,000 native subjects in 1843, there was no division. When our country was threatened by a renegade British naval officer, we called on the British to live up to their professed ideals and reaped the proper benefit: the restoration of our government and proof that our Kingdom was on the correct path to maintaining our independence. Independence — ea — for us was a basic right that was enshrined by law. We may either give in to the cynicism of the age and in the face of such enormous power wielded by the United States, conclude that self-determination is a foolish delusion, or we can press Americans to live up to a better standard of behavior and perhaps, a better version of themselves. But in the end, it is more important that we Hawaiians refuse to surrender our own faith in ea. We know better than the Americans how precious independence truly is.

TODAY AT 10 AM AT `IOLANI PALACE


















Today At 10 AM At `Iolani Palace In Honolulu

Beginning at 10 AM today on the front steps of ʻIolani Palace in Honolulu, La Ho`iho`i Ea will present a dramatic re-enactment of the events that led to proclaiming into existence of the Republic of Hawai`i and the subsequent installation of Sanford B. Dole as President of the Territory of Hawai`i.

“With Bible in hand, pistols in their pockets and American Naval troops at the ready, men gathered on the steps of `Iolani Palace on July 4th, 1894.

Invoking the name of American liberty, they dismantled the liberty of the people of the Hawaiian Kingdom.”

This exciting re-enactment is free and open to the public.

The script, a work in progress, has been prepared using input from several noted Hawai`i scholars and historians including writer/producer Tom Coffman , Poka Laenui of Moʻoaupuni and Dr. Lynette Cruz of La Ho`iho`i Ea. The “work in progress” event is being staged by MarshaRose Joyner. The four have worked together since 1989 under the banner of Sacred Times and Sacred Places. 

CAST OF CHARACTERS

• Queen Lili`uokalani – Kumu Hina Wong-Kalu

• James G. Blaine – Kioni Dudley

• Henry Cooper – Jay M. Fidell

• Sanford Dole – Stuart Feinberg

• Francis Hatch – Henry Curtis

• Albert Francis Judd – Peter Carlisle

• W.O. Smith – Jeff Pompadur

• John L. Stevens – Thomas Baldwin

• Lorrin Thurston – Roger Epstein

• Thomas Williams – Scott Foster

NARRATORS

Poka Laenui

Tom Coffman


Monday, July 03, 2017

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Sunday, July 02, 2017

KE`EAUMOKU KAPU ON “VOICES OF TRUTH - ONE-ON-ONE WITH HAWAI`IʻS FUTURE"


"Moku`ula - A Visit With Ke`eaumoku Kapu" 

Lying hidden under a parking lot and baseball field in the historic town of Lahaina, Maui is Moku`ula, a place revered since ancient times. It was not only the private residence of King Kamehameha III and a burial site of several Hawaiian royals, but most importantly it served as the capital of the Hawaiian Kingdom until 1845. When we heard of plans to restore Moku`ula to its former glory, we met up with Ke`eaumoku Kapu to get the tour and full story. Donʻt miss our amazing visit with Ke`eaumoku as he explains why Moku`ula still remains so significant and how todayʻs Maui Aha Moku Council perpetuates the very same systems used there in the days of old
-
Watch It Here


MONDAY, July 3rd At 6:30 PM Maui – Akaku, Channel 53 

MONDAY, July 3rd At 5:30 PM & FRIDAY, July 7th At 5:00 PMHawai`i Island – Na Leo, Channel 53  

NEW! - Now More Na Leo O Hawai`i Air Dates -
TUESDAY, July 4th At 11:00 AM & SATURDAY, July 8th At 11:30 AMHawai`i Island – Na Leo, Channel 54

TUESDAY, July 4th At 7:30 PM, THURSDAY, July 6th At 7:30 PM & SATURDAY, July 8th At 5:30 PM Kaua`i - Ho`ike, Channel 52

FRIDAY, July 7th At 8:00 PM & SATURDAY, July 8th At 5:30 PM O`ahu - `Olelo, Channel 53

Now you can become a fan of Voices Of Truth on Facebook by clicking Here and see behind the scenes photos of our shows and a whole lot more.  

Voices Of Truth interviews those creating a better future for Hawai`i to discover what made them go from armchair observers to active participants. We hope you'll be inspired to do the same.
 
Voices Of Truth now airs on local access stations in over 90 cities across the US and throughout the world. Check your local listings.

For news and issues that affect you, watch Free Hawai`i TV, a part of the Free Hawai`i Broadcasting Network.
 
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Saturday, July 01, 2017

NICE TRY, HARRY

































Friday, June 30, 2017

HULŌ HULU!
































Thursday, June 29, 2017

WAKE UP, HARRY


























Wednesday, June 28, 2017

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"OHA HOT AIR vs FRESH AIR"

Two Different Office Of Hawaiian Affairs Trustee Messages & What A Contrast.

One Labels Calls For Truth & Transparency A Witch Hunt.

The Other Trustee Asks Beneficiaries To Participate & Speak Out Even More.

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Tuesday, June 27, 2017

ALERT! - TESTIFY & PROTECT MAUNA KEA AT OHA ON THURSDAY




































Say "NO" To County Of Hawai`i Mayor Harry Kimʻs Plan To Make Mauna Kea A World Park For Scientific Research.

Say "NO" To OHA Trustee Dan Ahunaʻs Secret Negotiations To Have The Lease Of Mauna Kea Turned Over To The Office Of Hawaiian Affairs.

Monday, June 26, 2017

SIGN OF THE TIMES

Sunday, June 25, 2017

MAUI DAUGHTER FIGHTS TO RECOVER WATER ON “VOICES OF TRUTH - ONE-ON-ONE WITH HAWAI`IʻS FUTURE"


"Mauiʻs Stolen Water - A Visit With Lyn Scott" 

By now many people are familiar with Mauiʻs water being illegally diverted. But what few realize is how long itʻs been going on. When we met Lyn Scott, we immediately got a real sense of what itʻs like to have to fight for generations to recover what rightfully belongs to you. Donʻt miss our visit with Lyn as she explains how she came to inherit her motherʻs struggle and whatʻs at stake not just for Maui, but all of Hawai`i if the theft of water is not finally stopped once and for all
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Watch It Here


MONDAY, June 26th At 6:30 PM Maui – Akaku, Channel 53 

MONDAY, June 26th At 5:00 PM & FRIDAY, June 30th At 5:00 PMHawai`i Island – Na Leo, Channel 53  

NEW! - Now More Na Leo O Hawai`i Air Dates -
TUESDAY, June 27th At 4:30 PM & SATURDAY, July 1st At 4:30 PMHawai`i Island – Na Leo, Channel 54

TUESDAY, June 27th At 7:30 PM, THURSDAY, June 29th At 7:30 PM & SATURDAY, July 1st At 5:30 PM Kaua`i - Ho`ike, Channel 52

SATURDAY, July 1st At 5:30 PM O`ahu - `Olelo, Channel 53

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Voices Of Truth interviews those creating a better future for Hawai`i to discover what made them go from armchair observers to active participants. We hope you'll be inspired to do the same.
 
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