Saturday, October 24, 2020

KE AUPUNI UPDATE - OCTOBER 2020 

Keeping in touch and updated on activities regarding the restoration of Ke Aupuni o Hawai`i, the Hawaiian Kingdom. Ua Mau Ke Ea O Ka `Aina I Ka Pono.



 

 

 

  

  

 

 

 

 

The Last American Election In The Hawaiian Kingdom
I live in the Kingdom of the Hawaiian Islands. I don’t live in the State of Hawaii or in the USA. Everyone who lives in the Hawaiian Islands lives in the Hawaiian Kingdom, only most of them don’t know it yet … and those who kinda heard about it, have a hard time wrapping their heads around it.
 
Even those who fully agree that the Hawaiian Kingdom is a sovereign, independent state in continuity, and that we are under — as UN expert Dr. Alfred deZayas put it — “a strange form of occupation,” most of us still don’t realize what that means. We may understand the concept, but we’re stuck in ‘how we were trained’ and as we well know, old habits are hard to break.
 
American elections have been conducted on Hawaiian Kingdom soil for 120 years. Yes, voting is an important part of living in a democratic society, but in order to vote in these American elections, you have to be, and affirm you are, a U.S. citizen. In fact, to simply be able to survive every day in our homeland, we are constantly required to reaffirm U.S. citizenship. Is it any wonder that Hawaiians still have a tough time separating from the U.S. identity? This is especially true around election time when we get sucked into the three-ring-circus of American politics.
 
These American elections have been a key weapon used in the hijacking of our identity as Hawaiian subjects. Elections are used repeatedly to further enslave us to the U.S. One of the most egregious examples is the 1959 Statehood Vote that purportedly gave “our consent” for the U.S. to claim Hawaii is the 50th State of the USA.    
 
We are on a trajectory to getting the UN to invalidate that vote. Doing so would invalidate the U.S. claim to the Hawaiian Islands and allow The Huli (transition) to begin to reinstate the Hawaiian Kingdom as a sovereign, independent country.
 
So, here’s how we can make this 2020 American election work to our advantage.
 
Those who are registered and intend to vote… make it count. Elect officials who are honest, trustworthy and truly committed to do what is right by the people, to fill the seats  at the County, State and Federal levels. We will need good reasonable people in those places for when The Huli comes. We need those leaders to already be putting the house in order and getting things ready for a smooth transition back to the Hawaiian Kingdom.
 
We need to start putting them into place now, in what could very well be… the last American election in the Hawaiian Kingdom.
 
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Ke Aupuni O Hawaii, the Hawaiian Kingdom is not involved in American elections… BUT, The Koani Foundation and Free Hawaii TV are, and they are supporting for OHA: Keli’i Akina for the At-Large seat; Lanakila Mangauil for the Big Island seat; and Luana Alapa for the Molokai seat.
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The more we stand as a nation and assert the Hawaiian Kingdom is alive and kicking, the more obvious the U.S. false claim becomes, the sooner there will be a Free Hawaii.
 
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Please join the ku’e action to rename McKinley High School and to remove the offensive statue by signing this online petition.
 

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Ua Ola ke Ea – Sovereignty Lives
A Year to Celebrate the Hawaiian Kingdom – Past, Present and Future
Still in the process of ramping up…
If you are (or if you know of someone who is) interested in helping facilitate any aspect of “Ua Ola ke Ea,” please contact: info@HawaiianKingdom.net
 

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The campaign to Free Hawaii continues to gain momentum ... 

Your kōkua, large or small, is vital to this effort...

To contribute, go to: https://GoFundMe.com/FreeHawaii
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To contribute in other ways (airline miles, travel vouchers, clerical help, etc...) email us at info@HawaiianKingdom.net
 

Also... Check out the great FREE HAWAII products you can purchase HERE  

All proceeds go to help the cause. Mahalo Nui Loa! 

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Malama Pono, 

Leon Siu 

Hawaiian National

OHA DOESNʻT NEED A WATCHDOG?



 

Friday, October 23, 2020

AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR YOU FROM THERESA KEOHUNANI TABER



 

 


 

 

 

 

So there is a massive push from many of the existing OHA Trustees and of course past OHA trustees to shut down ANY investigation, inquiry, or Audit. 

Colette Machado getting re elected must NOT happen as she is a main figure in many of these shenanigans over the years, including many of the Old Guard trustees

Keli`i Akina may be a proud American Hawaiian and Pro TMT, but he is NOT a thief. 

I would deal with that more than my own Kanaka, waving the Hae Hawai`i and ripping my Tutu and Keiki off behind my back, all the while assuring me that I'm wrong and they are right. 

There has ALWAYS been a problem with OHA and transparency and anyone going into OHA for the Lāhui needs to have read BOTH the AUDIT and Akina's team report. 

If they haven't even done that, they shouldn't even jump in, they going sink.

MAUNA KEA KIA`I KNOWS OHA NEEDS A WATCHDOG



Thursday, October 22, 2020

THE RIGHT CHOICE

GIVE THIS CROOK THE HOOK



Wednesday, October 21, 2020

FREE HAWAI`I TV
THE FREE HAWAI`I BROADCASTING NETWORK

 

"HEREʻS WHO TO VOTE FOR AT OHA - #3"

Itʻs Another Big One.

Hereʻs Your Golden Opportunity To Elect Someone With Leadership & Business Skills.

Itʻs Also Your Chance To Send Someone Packing Whoʻs Been There Way Too Long.

Watch This & Youʻll See Why Itʻs Time To Discard The Old Guard.

Tuesday, October 20, 2020

WHY A WATCHDOG IS NEEDED AT THE OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS


 

Monday, October 19, 2020

DONʻT LET THEM TRICK YOU



AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THERESA KEOHUNANI TABER



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Plenty crying about Akina Pro TMT but what about the Sitting Trustees? 

How many you get that are Pro TMT they just on the Down Low? 

At least with Akina, he says it straight up front. 

I see a lot of ignorant, misinformed and lame comments and justifications on why NOT to vote for Akina. 

But remember those in power in OHA right now, they are Fed Wreck and Pro TMT, they just not putting out the press release until you find out the TRUST IS GONE and then what? 

Have you READ THE AUDIT? 

MILLIONS could have been used to DEFEND MAUNA KEA but noooooo.

Has OHA united AGAINST THE TMT? NOOOOOOO. 

They waiting to get the Mauna to get their back door deals done. 

WHY is OHA suing the University and NOT suing to STOP THE TMT? Because OHA get plans for Mauna Kea... 

WHAT about the Mauna Kea Access Road? What is OHA doing about that? Crickets... that's DHHL right? 

HOW MANY KANAKA ARE GOING TO BE IN HOMES FROM OHA AND DHHL BY THE END OF THE YEAR? 2021? 2022?

If you saying NO AUDIT, you are supporting the demise of our future generations... 

#ProtectTheTrust #GrowTheTrust #BeInformed

Sunday, October 18, 2020

HONOLULU TOOL LIBRARY ON “VOICES OF TRUTH - ONE-ON-ONE WITH HAWAI`IʻS FUTURE"
 

"Honolulu Tool Library - A Visit With Elia Bruno"

“Thereʻs actually a place where you can check out tools instead of books?” we asked when we first heard about the Honolulu Tool Library. Naturally we had to see it for ourselves and thatʻs how we met HNL Tool Library founder and director Elia Bruno. He showed us the library and explained itʻs based on a simple and yet powerful concept - why buy when you can borrow? Join us in our amazing visit with Elia at the Hononlulu Tool Library and you too will see why the more we share, the more we have - Watch It Here

SUNDAY, October 18th At 6:30 PM Maui – Akaku, Channel 54

MONDAY, October 19th At 6:30 PM & WEDNESDAY,October 21st At 8:30 AM - Hawai`i Island – Na Leo, Channel 53
TUESDAY, October 20th At 10:00 AM & THURSDAY, October 22nd 1:00 PM Hawai`i Island – Na Leo, Channel 54
 
TUESDAY, October 20th At 7:30 PM, THURSDAY, October 22nd At 7:30 PM & SATURDAY, October 24th At 5:30 PM Kaua`i - Ho`ike, Channel 52

SATURDAY, October 24th  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.
 
Please share our Free Hawai`i Broadcasting Network videos with friends and colleagues. That's how we grow. Mahalo.

 FOR SALE


 

 PULLING TEETH AT OHA



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Honolulu Civil Beat - By Tom Yamachika - Oct. 18, 2020

Imagine that you wake up one day to an awful toothache, and you march into your dentist’s office. 

But then your dentist says, “Well, you tell me your tooth hurts, but can you prove that you have a cavity?” 

“Um … no,” you reply. 

“Well, then, get out! You’ve just wasted my time. I’ll be sure to send today’s bill to you personally, not your dental insurer, for this outrage.” 

Similar logic (if you could even call it logic) is being used at our Office of Hawaiian Affairs, and that argument has become an issue in the upcoming election for OHA trustees. 

In September 2018, the OHA Board of Trustees, at the urging of At-Large Trustee Keli‘i Akina, engaged a national accounting firm to conduct a contract and disbursement review, looking for indicators of fraud, waste, and abuse. The accounting firm’s report was issued on Dec. 4 at a cost of $500,000. 

The report and a summary of the report put together by Trustee Akina’s staff highlighted a number of “red flags,” or potential problems. Here are some examples. 

Various places in the report, including at pages 70-72, discuss a $2.6 million grant made to Akamai Foundation to conduct a Native Hawaiian self-governance election, including independently monitoring the election and funding self-governance activities after the election was concluded. The money was supposed to be paid out in five tranches. 

‘Waste Of $500,000’ 

But Akamai Foundation asked that all funds be paid out at once, before the nonprofit incurred a large portion of the costs, and OHA did so (in violation of its internal policies). The election was cancelled, leaving the auditors wondering whether some of the funds disbursed were really needed or actually spent for the requested purposes. 

Page 121 of the report discusses a contract with Mid-Continent Research for Education and Learning. OHA paid $349,527 for consulting services. Neither the procurement documents nor any deliverables could be found. But of course the money went out the door. 

 On the day the report was issued, a statement of OHA Chair of the Board Colette Machado and Chair of the Committee on Resource Management Dan Ahuna said, “While this report observed indicators of potential fraud, waste or abuse, it did not identify actual instances of fraud, waste or abuse.” 

Thus, on a recent PBS “Insights” candidates’ forum, Keoni Souza, who is running for OHA Trustee-At-Large against Akina, said, “Do I think there was a waste of $500,000? Absolutely.” 

Chair Machado then doubled down by saying, “Keli‘i, you tried to find the smoking gun. And there was none. It’s on you now.” 

Has your tooth stopped hurting yet?

Just to be clear: CliftonLarsonAllen, the accounting firm issuing the report, is not the police, is not the FBI, is not law enforcement. An accounting firm can’t arrest people, throw them in jail, or otherwise find that they have committed illegal activity.

We have previously urged OHA to turn the report over to law enforcement. Apparently, that hasn’t happened because, well, there is no smoking gun so why trouble law enforcement?

Ouch! Give us the Novocain!

 

Saturday, October 17, 2020

WHO WILL MILILANI VOTE FOR?



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Many Voters, Hawaiian & Non-Hawaiian are asking me who I am voting for in the OHA Elections. 

I will be voting for Keli`i Akina for OHA Trustee At-Large, Luana Alapa for OHA Trustee for Molokai and Lanakila Mangauil for OHA Trustee for Hawai`i Island. 

I am voting for Keli`i Akina because he has consistently been an advocate for accountability and transparency at OHA. He and Trustsee Hulu Lindsey from Maui have been the strongest voices raising OHA's ongoing mismanagement and inability to explain why millions of dollars to the tune of $8 million in Trust funds have been awarded by OHA for projects that auditors raised as red flags for waste, abuse and fraud! These are funds the auditors signaled as being unaccounted for (Kaua`i Taro Co-Op & Kana`iolowalu Sovereignty) and why OHA cannot respond to or justify the serious issues raised in 3 Financial Audits. We need Keli`i to remain on the OHA Board to bring about transparency & accountability to protect the financial interests of our trust. 

I am voting for Luana Alapa as OHA Trustee from Molokai because she is the only candidate that is a small business woman and because of her lifelong commitment to building self-confidence in young Hawaiian women. I also know that Luana Alapa can work with everyone, we need her leadership & experience to stop the continuous in-fighting that has paralyzed OHA for years. If you check the record you will find that many of the serious accounting problems at OHA started under the leadership of Colette Machado, who has steadfastly refused to make public the records of significant Trust Funds for projects & programs that she directly ordered. 

I am voting for Lanakila Mangauil for OHA Trustee Hawai`i Island because he resides on Hawai`i Island, is a Hawaiian Educator & Cultural Practitioner and has demonstrated his commitment to preserving our culture, our Wahi Pana (sacred places) and our Constitutional and Human Rights to Worship the Akua, maintain our cultural practices and preserve our `āina. 

Voting is the basis for exercising our power to designate & support our true leaders. Hawaiians voted during the Kingdom and still do now. In this election, we have the opportunity to make change, to get accountability and to stop the waste, fraud, abuse and ineptitude at OHA. Let's not waste this chance to make change for ourselves, our ohana & our `āina. 

I ku mau mau! 

Mililani B. Trask

Friday, October 16, 2020

OHA ELECTIONS 2020 - WHO TO VOTE FOR





Thursday, October 15, 2020

 MAKE THEM CRY ʻUNCLEʻ ON NOV. 3RD



Wednesday, October 14, 2020

FREE HAWAI`I TV
THE FREE HAWAI`I BROADCASTING NETWORK

 

"HEREʻS WHO TO VOTE FOR AT OHA - #2"

This Week We Continue With Our OHA Trustee Voting Recommendations.

This Seat Is A Critically Important One.

Itʻs An Opportunity To Help Clean House At OHA.

Watch This To See Whatʻs On The Line & How You Can Help Win It.
 

YOU CAN TRUST US -

WE DONʻT NEED TO BE WATCHED



Tuesday, October 13, 2020

ARE YOU SURPRISED?



Monday, October 12, 2020

A MESSAGE FROM TMT OPPONENT 

S. KALEOOKALANI ISHIBASHI


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 “With all that is needed in the Lāhui we should not IMO simplify a candidateʻs worth for our Lāhui based on his/her stance on a single issue. 

First of all, I stood against TMT and will continue to do so. So Iʻm not just trying to back up a supporter. 

Now, as we consider all that is needed to build a Nation we need to support the guys that do what they do best. 

A guy who fought against TMT 100% may have failed a psychological eval or all the basic courses in high school. Is he now worthy to represent us just because he opposed TMT? Of course not, same on the other hand. 

There may be someone that supports TMT but he may have a passion for and be the world leading expert on addressing homelessness for Hawaiians. 

Letʻs not place so much emphasis in judging the character of a person based on one element of his mana`o. 

The mentality to judge someone completely based on one stance or one political perspective is woefully ignorant. 

Measure the whole character of an individual before placing judgement is the smartest way to go. 

Study fully the people you plan to support. 

E ho`oakamai kakou!”

A SPECIAL MESSAGE FROM JACKIE KAHO`OKELE BURKE



Sunday, October 11, 2020

STEWARD OF THE LAND ON “VOICES OF TRUTH - ONE-ON-ONE WITH HAWAI`IʻS FUTURE"
 

"Kaloman - A Visit With Keoki Fukumitsu"

His dream has always been to be a kalo or taro farmer. And for seven generations Keokiʻs family has been stewards of their land on O`ahuʻs windward side growing taro, the plant from which poi is made, the staple diet of Hawaiians. Yet today, theyʻre in danger of losing their property to developers and others. Join us in our visit with Keoki in the beautiful valley of Hakipu`u as he explains the cultural and environmental importance of taro and see for yourself why they call him the Kaloman - Watch It Here

SUNDAY, October 11th At 6:30 PM Maui – Akaku, Channel 54

MONDAY, October 12th At 6:30 PM & WEDNESDAY,October 14th At 8:30 AM - Hawai`i Island – Na Leo, Channel 53

TUESDAY, October 13th At 10:00 AM & THURSDAY, October 15th 1:00 PM Hawai`i Island – Na Leo, Channel 54
 
TUESDAY, October 13th At 7:30 PM, THURSDAY, October 15th At 7:30 PM & SATURDAY, October 17th At 5:30 PM Kaua`i - Ho`ike, Channel 52 

  

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.
 
Please share our Free Hawai`i Broadcasting Network videos with friends and colleagues. That's how we grow. Mahalo.

HE KNOWS THE SCORE



Saturday, October 10, 2020

KE AUPUNI UPDATE - OCTOBER 2020 

Keeping in touch and updated on activities regarding the restoration of Ke Aupuni o Hawai`i, the Hawaiian Kingdom.   Ua Mau Ke Ea O Ka `Aina I Ka Pono.


 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

A Critical Time for OHA
Back in 1978, I was part of a small Hawaiian “think tank” hui that used to meet on a boat docked at the Ala Wai Yacht Harbor. The group consisted of Aunty Virginia and Uncle Sam Kepanu (who owned the boat), Aunty Pilahi Paki, Kawaipuna Prejean, Liko Martin, Hank Fergestrom and me. We would discuss myriad Hawaiian issues.
 
One of the most prominent issues was a constitutional amendment that the 1978 State of Hawaii Constitutional Convention was about to pass to create an “Office of Hawaiian Affairs.”
 
The Office of Hawaiian Affairs was supposed to be an autonomous governing body. Our question was: Why would the controlling powers (those running the fake State of Hawaii) allow Hawaiians to govern themselves and have access to their assets (the Crown Lands)?... And why would the Fake State risk losing control of Hawaiians and Hawaiian assets? The answer is simple. They expected OHA to fail. They also saw OHA as an opportunity to deflect the growing suspicion that the State of Hawaii is a fraud. Throw the Hawaiians a bone and let them fight over it…
 
After a couple weeks of discussion our little hui deduced: It would be a wonderful thing if we Hawaiians could make OHA work; but it could be a disaster for Hawaiians and our movement if OHA was to fail. We concluded, the controling powers of the Fake State had set a trap... They expected Hawaiians to scrap amongst ourselves and make a big mess. The Fake State would then swoop in and “rescue” the Hawaiians from the mess, dissolve the Office of Hawaiian Affairs and take full, permanent control over Hawaiian affairs… and assets.
 
Over the years, the State of Hawaii has done a lot to undermine and hamstring OHA. But to their credit, most OHA trustees have done a noble and admirable job in carrying out their kuleana. But in the past decade or so, certain OHA trustees have seriously compromised the integrity of OHA. We Hawaiians, the beneficiaries of the trust, have been bitterly complaining of the wrong-doing, but those in power just disregarded or dismissed our complaints…
 
Then in 2016, Keli’i Akina was elected as a trustee, running on the platform of holding OHA fiscally and operationally accountable to its beneficiaries. In his first year, despite heavy resistance from the “old guard trustees” Akina and a good number of beneficiaries who had been complaining for years, were able to pressure the “old guard trustees” to agree to a forensic audit. Even then, “old guard trustees” obstructed, delayed and defiantly refused to comply. The state legislature till today is withholding state funds to OHA to force cooperation with the audit… Finally, the forensic audit was conducted.
 
As we expected, the audit uncovered hundreds of illegal expenditures, and other highly suspicious irregularities. And still today, the “old guard trustees” are blocking auditors’ access to the books of the illegal Limited Liability Corporations OHA formed to carry out deals certain trustees made with cronies. These are trustees that should be looking out for the best interest of the beneficiaries, not using their positions to cover up their crimes.
 
Unless the corrupt “old guard trustees” (or their clones now running for OHA seats) are replaced with honest people willing to clean up the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, the state and federal government will step in and shut it down, saying: “See? We gave you Hawaiians chance, and you blew it.” 
 
Choose wisely when you vote for OHA trustees. We want the reformers who will bring back transparency, not the ones that will cover up and bleed OHA dry.
 
Ke Aupuni O Hawaii, the Hawaiian Kingdom is not involved in State of Hawaii or U.S. elections. BUT, The Koani Foundation and Free Hawaii TV is supporting: Keli’i Akina for the At-Large seat; Lanakila Mangauil for the Big Island seat; and Luana Alapa for the Molokai seat.
 
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The more we stand as a nation and assert the Hawaiian Kingdom is alive and kicking, the more obvious the U.S. false claim becomes, the sooner there will be a Free Hawaii.
 
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Please join the ku’e action to rename McKinley High School and to remove the offensive statue by signing this online petition.
 

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Ua Ola ke Ea – Sovereignty Lives
A Year to Celebrate the Hawaiian Kingdom – Past, Present and Future
Still in the process of ramping up…
If you are (or if you know of someone who is) interested in helping facilitate any aspect of “Ua Ola ke Ea,” please contact: info@HawaiianKingdom.net
 

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The campaign to Free Hawaii continues to gain momentum ... 

Your kōkua, large or small, is vital to this effort...

To contribute, go to: https://GoFundMe.com/FreeHawaii
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To contribute in other ways (airline miles, travel vouchers, clerical help, etc...) email us at info@HawaiianKingdom.net
    

Also... Check out the great FREE HAWAII products you can purchase HERE    

All proceeds go to help the cause. Mahalo Nui Loa! 

-------- 

Malama Pono, 

Leon Siu 

Hawaiian National

SHE KNOWS THE SCORE



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Many Voters, Hawaiian & Non-Hawaiian are asking me who I am voting for in the OHA Elections. 

I will be voting for Keli`i Akina for OHA Trustee At-Large, Luana Alapa for OHA Trustee for Molokai and Lanakila Mangauil for OHA Trustee for Hawai`i Island. 

I am voting for Keli`i Akina because he has consistently been an advocate for accountability and transparency at OHA. He and Trustsee Hulu Lindsey from Maui have been the strongest voices raising OHA's ongoing mismanagement and inability to explain why millions of dollars to the tune of $8 million in Trust funds have been awarded by OHA for projects that auditors raised as red flags for waste, abuse and fraud! These are funds the auditors signaled as being unaccounted for (Kaua`i Taro Co-Op & Kana`iolowalu Sovereignty) and why OHA cannot respond to or justify the serious issues raised in 3 Financial Audits. We need Keli`i to remain on the OHA Board to bring about transparency & accountability to protect the financial interests of our trust. 

I am voting for Luana Alapa as OHA Trustee from Molokai because she is the only candidate that is a small business woman and because of her lifelong commitment to building self-confidence in young Hawaiian women. I also know that Luana Alapa can work with everyone, we need her leadership & experience to stop the continuous in-fighting that has paralyzed OHA for years. If you check the record you will find that many of the serious accounting problems at OHA started under the leadership of Colette Machado, who has steadfastly refused to make public the records of significant Trust Funds for projects & programs that she directly ordered. 

I am voting for Lanakila Mangauil for OHA Trustee Hawai`i Island because he resides on Hawai`i Island, is a Hawaiian Educator & Cultural Practitioner and has demonstrated his commitment to preserving our culture, our Wahi Pana (sacred places) and our Constitutional and Human Rights to Worship the Akua, maintain our cultural practices and preserve our `āina. 

Voting is the basis for exercising our power to designate & support our true leaders. Hawaiians voted during the Kingdom and still do now. In this election, we have the opportunity to make change, to get accountability and to stop the waste, fraud, abuse and ineptitude at OHA. Let's not waste this chance to make change for ourselves, our ohana & our `āina. 

I ku mau mau! 

Mililani B. Trask