Tuesday, August 23, 2016

END THE CORRUPTION AT OHA
































Monday, August 22, 2016

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Sunday, August 21, 2016

ANCIENT HAWAIIAN FISHPONDS ON “VOICES OF TRUTH - ONE-ON-ONE WITH HAWAI`IʻS FUTURE"


"Hawai`iʻs Ancient Fishponds - A Visit With Hi`ilei Kawelo"

Ancient Hawaiian fishponds are a unique and advanced form of aquaculture found nowhere else in the world. Paepae o He`eia, built 800 years ago on the windward side of O`ahu, fed thousands of Hawaiians daily in old Hawai`i and today not only survives but thrives thanks to Hi`ilei Kawelo and her friends. Hi`ilei is the Executive Director of Paepae o He`eia and what she showed us on our tour not only amazed us but took us back in time like nothing else ever has. Donʻt miss our visit with Hi`ilei and see why Hawai`iʻs ancient culture is still considered one of the worldʻs most advanced even today - Watch It Here

MONDAY, August 22nd At 6:30 PM Maui – Akaku, Channel 53 
MONDAY, August 22nd At 7:00 PM & FRIDAY, August 26th At 5:30 PMHawai`i Island – Na Leo, Channel 53  
TUESDAY, August 23rd At 7:30 PM, THURSDAY, August 25th At 7:30 PM  & SATURDAY, August 27th At 5:30 PM Kaua`i - Ho`ike, Channel 52
SATURDAY, August 27th 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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Saturday, August 20, 2016

WHO CAN BE A HAWAIIAN NATIONAL?























Friday, August 19, 2016

HAWAI`I STATEHOOD DAY - SERIOUSLY?
DONʻT BE FAKED OUT


























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Thursday, August 18, 2016

`AHA ALOHA `AINA IN LOS ANGELES

























Wednesday, August 17, 2016

FREE HAWAI`I TV
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"IS TWENTY YEARS TOO LONG?"

Why Is The Office Of Hawaiian Affairs So Messed Up?

Could It Be Because Certain Trustees Have Made OHA A Career?

What About Those Who Serve Their Cronies First Instead Of Beneficiaries?

Watch Our Report To Discover The Worst Offenders & How You Can Help Put A Stop To This Once & For All.


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Tuesday, August 16, 2016

THE GREAT PROTEST OF JULY 2, 1894

5,000 Loyalist Protest Against So-Called Republic

Without advertising, without preparations, a crowd of loyal citizens met yesterday on Palace Square, and then there did solemnly protest against the proclamation of a republic, not representing the people, not established for the benefit of the masses but virtually made for the sole benefit of the small and insignificant clique placed in power by J. L. Stevens and American troops in controversy of justice, honor, and popular will.

Over five thousand people gathered, among whom were all classes, all nationalities and all friends of popular government. The meeting was most orderly, and as Nawahi urged in opening the meeting, free from any undue demonstration, free from noise generally attached to a political meeting. Mr. J. O. Carter, one of the oldest and best known citizens in the country read the resolution, protesting against the so-called republic. Messrs. Bush, Nawahi and Kaulia spoke to the Hawaiians in most eloquent terns, and translated the resolution which was received with tremendous cheering by the Hawaiians. The following is the text of the resolution.

Be it resolved. That the Hui Aloha Aina and other patriotic leagues, together with the loyal subjects of the Hawaiian Kingdom, in mass meeting assembled, representing by far the greater majority of the legitimate voters of this country, do hereby most solemnly protest against the promulgation of a new Constitution, formed without the consent and participation of the people, and we also protest against changing the form of government from the one under which we have lived peacefully and prosperously for many years. And that we maintain that the will of the majority of the legitimate voters of Hawaii should be the supreme power of the land, as such power is so recognized and accepted in all civilized countries, and by all the enlightened governments of the world.


Monday, August 15, 2016

SENDING A MESSAGE








































Sunday, August 14, 2016

SMART FOOD CHOICES ON “VOICES OF TRUTH - ONE-ON-ONE WITH HAWAI`IʻS FUTURE"


"Hawaiians At Risk - A Visit With Elise Dela Cruz-Talbert"

Weʻve all heard about the many health risks Hawaiians face, but Elise Dela Cruz-Talbert is one of those who actually wants to do something about it. Thatʻs what led her to pursuing her doctorate in epidemiology, which deals with the prevalence of disease in large populations. When we met Elise, we could immediately feel her passion for revolutionizing not only where Hawaiians get their food, but also what they eat. Donʻt miss our fascinating visit with Elise filmed in the student organic farm on the West O`ahu campus of the University of Hawai`i and youʻll see why Elise and others like her are the future of healthy eating and healthy living for everyone - Watch It Here

MONDAY, August 15th At 6:30 PM Maui – Akaku, Channel 53 
MONDAY, August 15th At 7:00 PM & FRIDAY, August 19th At 5:30 PMHawai`i Island – Na Leo, Channel 53  
TUESDAY, August 16th At 7:30 PM, THURSDAY, August 18th At 7:30 PM  & SATURDAY, August 20th At 5:30 PM Kaua`i - Ho`ike, Channel 52

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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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Saturday, August 13, 2016

VOTE TODAY! - ROBERT LINDSEY SAYS HE HAS THIS ELECTION IN THE BAG
Are You Going To Let Him Get Away With That? 
































Prove Him Wrong! - Vote Today Mililani Trask For OHA
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Friday, August 12, 2016

ROBERT LINDSEYʻS TELLING EVERYONE AT OHA HE HAS THIS ELECTION IN THE BAG
Are You Going To Let Him Get Away With That? 
































Prove Him Wrong! - Vote Mililani Trask For OHA Tomorrow

Thursday, August 11, 2016

ALERT! - EMAIL PROVES ROBERT LINDSEY SUPPORTS TMT

Please forward this to all Hawaiians, our supporters & those planning to vote in Saturdayʻs Aug. 13th OHA elections. 

We want to bring to your attention an email that is being circulated asking for support to re-elect OHA trustee Robert Lindsey, who has been absent from his full-time duties at OHA for over four months due to a stroke.

The author of the email is Hawai`i Island attorney Stephen Bess, who confirms Robert Lindseyʻs full support of building the Thirty Meter Telescope atop Mauna Kea.

Here is an excerpt of Mr Bessʻs email -

“…For instance, after careful consideration of the pros and cons of the TMT development on Mauna Kea, Bob [Lindsey] believes that the TMT on Mauna Kea can and should be permitted by Hawaiians and others working with TMT rather than opposing the development per se. He is steadfast in his belief that the TMT development be allowed to go forward and that doing is in keeping with Hawaiian's rich tradition of discovery and knowledge of the stars as well as provide a 1.2 billion boost to our Hawaii island economy….”

But it gets worse.

According to the Koho Pono Report Card put out by Ka Lahui Hawai`i Political Action Committee, Robert Lindsey received straight F’s on all important issues affecting the well-being of Hawaiians.

He voted to fund Kana`iolowalu or the Native Hawaiian Roll Commission which took thousands of names of Kanaka Maoli without their free, prior and informed consent.

He also voted YES to send a letter on behalf of OHA in support of the DOI Rule which does not provide any lands for a federally recognized Native Hawaiian tribe except for Kaho`olawe.

And he voted to spend over $33 million dollars of Hawaiian beneficiary money on various attempts to get US federal recognition.

If you are fed up with Robert Lindseyʻs ignoring the will of the people, including overwhelming opposition to TMT as well as OHAʻs support of desecration and cultural destruction atop Mauna Kea, and you want  a full-time trustee who will listen to you, vote Mililani Trask for Hawai`i Island OHA trustee this coming Saturday, August 13th.

Please also ask all of your `ohana and friends to Vote Mililani Trask for OHA.

Mahalo.


Wednesday, August 10, 2016

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"OHA TRUSTEE ROBERT LINDSEY SUPPORTS TMT"

Itʻs Official - OHA Trustee Robert Lindsey Supports Building The Thirty Meter Telescope Atop Mauna Kea.

Even Worse, Bob Lindseyʻs Just Been Officially Graded For His Work As An OHA Trustee.

The Results & Reasons Why Leave Him Completely Embarrassed.

Watch Our Report To See What Grade He Received & Why Itʻs Time For Robert Lindsey To Be Retired.


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Tuesday, August 09, 2016

ROBERT LINDSEY MISSING FROM HIS FULL TIME OHA DUTIES FOR OVER FOUR MONTHS



























Robert Lindsey needs to retire and malama his health. 

According to the Koho Pono Report Card put out by Ka Lahui Hawaii Political Action Committee he got straight F's.

Trustee Lindsey VOTED - racking over $33 million dollars - to fund Kana`iolowalu or the Native Hawaiian Roll Commission which took thousands of names of Kanaka Maoli without their free, informed and prior consent. 


Robert Lindsey also voted YES to send a letter on behalf of OHA in support of the DOI Rule which does not provide any lands for the federally recognized Native Hawaiian Tribe except for Kaho`olawe.

NOT voting for Robert Lindsey does not mean we love him less...it means we care enough to let him rest and malama is health.

VOTE Mililani Trask This Saturday, August 13th.


Monday, August 08, 2016

HONOLULU STAR ADVERTISER INTERVIEW WITH OHA TRUSTEE CANDIDATE MILILANI TRASK
 































Full Name: Mililani Bernardette Trask
Name on Ballot: Mililani B. Trask
District: OHA Hawaii Island
Age: 65
Current Job: Attorney & Consultant
Place of birth: Honolulu, Hawaii

Job history past 10 years - 
United Nations Diplomat & Human Rights Defender – New York/DESA; executive director Gibson Foundation – Honolulu & Hawaii island; Indigenous Consultants LLC principal; attorney at law

Other civic experience or community service? -
Value Growth Associates: Advisory Board; Na Koa Ikaika Ka Lahui Hawaii – U.N. ECO-SOC Affiliate IWA; Indigenous Womens Network, USA – board member

Anything else you’d like voters to know about you? -
I am a nonviolence advocate, an avid birdwatcher and hiker, and studied & worked with Mother Theresa in Calcutta for many years.

What makes you qualified to be a trustee of OHA? -
I am an attorney and understand legal fiduciary obligations of a trustee. I previously served as an OHA trustee. I have 18 years experience in affordable housing for Hawaiians and am an expert in Hawaiian Homes and ceded lands trust matters in Hawaii.

What are your top five priorities for OHA? -
1) Accountability – Accounting for trust funds used for Nation building (33 Million), International travel (estimated at $500,000.00) executive staff salaries & travel perks & fees paid to private attorneys; 
2) Transparency – disclosure of all data subject to rulings by the state Office of Information Practices, and state & county Ethics Commissions.
3) Stop Trustee Impulse Funding & implement the recommendations of the 2015 Fiscal Report.
4) Affordable rental & kupuna (including veterans) housing for Hawaiians.
5) Community-based preventative health education and services for Hawaiians.

What is your one big idea? -
OHA & DHHL need to sign an MOU to work on affordable housing & homeownership for beneficiaries. 

Use OHA trust funds (400 million) to fast track housing on DHHL lands (not subject to county zoning). 

 Work with our local construction & labor unions to refit & reuse shipping containers for housing components.

Why are you running for trustee? -
OHA is not following the law. 

The fiscal review found that trustees were not following their own fiscal policies and were spending the trust reserves at an alarming rate. 

There appears to be extensive patronage benefits and huge salaries for the corporate staff (exceeding $125,000.00 per year). This is contrary to the law that says that OHA should have an ‘administrator’ & ‘deputies’ paid at state rates. 

In addition, friends of the CEO, have received hundreds of thousands of trust dollars for books not published and advisory opinions on how OHA can avoid the state Constitution!

Gov. David Ige has said residential development should not be allowed on the Kakaako Makai lands that were turned over to OHA by the state. 

How do you believe those lands should be used or developed? -
1) Trust law requires the OHA trustees support the “highest and best use” of these trust properties. 

If no agreement can be reached, OHA trustees will have to sue the state for breach of trust. What a waste.

2) Ige, OHA & the state Legislature must address the 100 million shortfall that resulted from the Abercrombie/Meheula appraisals that overvalued the Kakaako lands by $100 million. 

The answer (proposed two years ago) is to transfer to OHA lands of equal value on Oahu & neighbor islands that can be used for high rise affordable rental housing for Hawaiians. The Legislature can pass legislation to facilitate this. This is a workable solution and results in badly needed housing.

Sunday, August 07, 2016

SHREWD FOOD ATTITUDE ON “VOICES OF TRUTH - ONE-ON-ONE WITH HAWAI`IʻS FUTURE"


"Hawaiians At Risk - A Visit With Elise Dela Cruz-Talbert"

Weʻve all heard about the many health risks Hawaiians face, but Elise Dela Cruz-Talbert is one of those who actually wants to do something about it. Thatʻs what led her to pursuing her doctorate in epidemiology, which deals with the prevalence of disease in large populations. When we met Elise, we could immediately feel her passion for revolutionizing not only where Hawaiians get their food, but also what they eat. Donʻt miss our fascinating visit with Elise filmed in the student organic farm on the West O`ahu campus of the University of Hawai`i and youʻll see why Elise and others like her are the future of healthy eating and healthy living for everyone - Watch It Here

MONDAY, August 8th At 6:30 PM Maui – Akaku, Channel 53 
MONDAY, August 8th At 7:00 PM & FRIDAY, August 12th At 5:30 PMHawai`i Island – Na Leo, Channel 53  
TUESDAY, August 9th At 7:30 PM, THURSDAY, August 11th At 7:30 PM  & SATURDAY, August 13th At 5:30 PM Kaua`i - Ho`ike, Channel 52
SATURDAY, August 13th 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.
 
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Saturday, August 06, 2016

ALERT! - OHA PARTNERS WITH US DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

We want to let you know of a recently revealed partnership between the Office of Hawaiian Affairs and the US Department of Homeland Security.

This partnership, which had previously been “under the radar,” is designed to exclude community input as well as input in particular from Hawaiian cultural practitioners regarding many Hawaiian historic and sacred sites such as Mauna Kea, heiau, burial sites, etc.

A 40+ page document from the US Department of Homeland Security states, among other things, that the US Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has decided to change the way US federal activities can be carried out in Hawai`i.

Simply put, this means several very important and significant changes are on the way.

First, this partnership between OHA, the US Department of Homeland Security and FEMA is designed to make OHA the sole source of input to these two US federal agencies regarding Hawaiian sacred sites.

Secondly, OHA will be given the authority to interface with FEMA and approve FEMA activities throughout Hawai`i.

To date, OHA has not released any data on this or even made any of their OHA-US federal agreement discussions public.

Significantly, FEMA & OHA will have the right to exempt certain federal activities from the formerly required community consultation process.

Finally, and most importantly, it opens the door wide to the assertion of US homeland security threats and possible subsequent US federal law enforcement actions against Mauna Kea protectors or any other cultural site protection in the future.

All of this appears to be patterned after the already existing Mauna Kea Development model whereby the state of Hawai`i government went to OHA, convinced them to change their minds about opposing TMT, and then came to an agreement to work only with OHA and ignore other stakeholders and interested parties, including cultural practitioners.

Under this format only FEMA and OHA recognized and approved Native Hawaiian Organizations (NHO) would be able to participate. All other community input would be excluded.

In light of the upcoming OHA elections, and the need for truth and transparency throughout OHA which has been absent for so long, we ask you to take the above information into careful consideration as you decide who to vote for OHA trustees on August 13th and in November.

Mahalo.

Friday, August 05, 2016

HONOLULU STAR ADVERTISER INTERVIEW WITH OHA TRUSTEE CANDIDATE KELI`I AKINA

































Full Name: Keli‘i Akina, Ph.D.
Name on Ballot: Keli‘i Akina
District: Statewide
Age: 58
Current Job: President/CEO, Grassroot Institute of Hawaii
Place of birth: Kansas City, Mo.

Job history past 10 years -
2013-present: Grassroot Institute of Hawaii, president, CEO
2001-present: University of Hawaii and Hawaii Pacific University, adjunct faculties,
1980-2011: Youth for Christ Hawaii, president/CEO

Ever run for public office? If so, when? Outcome? -
2014, OHA trustee-at-Large: 93,000 votes – finalist in general election
2013, OHA trustee-at-Large: 32,000 votes

Other civic experience or community service? -
Center for Tomorrow’s Leaders, founder
Pacific Century Fellows, fellow
Youth for Christ USA, national board of directors
Aloha Heritage Center (Maui), board of directors

Anything else you’d like voters to know about you? -
I am a graduate of the Kamehameha Schools, Northwestern University (B.A.) and the University of Hawaii (M.A. and Ph.D.). 

Currently, I am president/CEO of Grassroot Institute of Hawaii, Hawaii’s leading independent think tank dedicated to the principles of individual liberty, free markets and limited, accountable government.
What makes you qualified to be a trustee of OHA?

I am the leading voice to oppose government dividing Hawaii into separate racial nations. I have also led the charge to refocus OHA’s wasteful spending to meet real needs of Hawaiians for housing, jobs, education, and health-care. I have taken legal and community action to preserve the aloha spirit.

What are your top five priorities for OHA? -
1. Stop wasting $50 million on the failed plan to turn Hawaiians into an Indian tribe.
2. Create economic development that advances Native Hawaiians and all residents of Hawaii.
3. Stop racial division and promote the working together of all people.
4. Audit OHA.
5. Hold trustees accountable to law.

What is your one big idea? -
“E Hana Kākou — Let’s Work Together! It’s time to stop dividing people and start uniting them. Only by putting aside our political, ethnic, religious, and other differences, can we create the Hawaii our keiki deserve.”

Why are you running for trustee? -
OHA is a powerful government agency that impacts every decision involving land, 
water and society. We need to use it to benefit both Native Hawaiians and all people. OHA must help us build a better economy, government, and society. Running lets me unite with ALL voters for a great Hawaii!

Gov. David Ige has said residential development should not be allowed on the Kakaako Makai lands that were turned over to OHA by the state. How do you believe those lands should be used or developed? -
I will oppose OHA’s plans to develop residential towers on the ocean-side of Ala Moana Blvd that are twice the height of other buildings. Hawaiians and all people want to preserve the beauty of nature there. The land is an asset OHA should sell to fund its mission.

Thursday, August 04, 2016

HONOLULU STAR ADVERTISER INTERVIEW WITH OHA TRUSTEE CANDIDATE KEALII MAKEKAU
 





















 


Full Name: Keali‘i Makekau
Name on Ballot: Keali‘i Makekau
District: OHA trustee at large
Age: 45
Current Job: Accredited resident manager 
Place of birth: Honolulu

Job history past 10 years -
Lani Home Inc. – Hawaiiana
Rick Grey and Associates
Holomua Site Services Inc

Ever run for public office? If so, when? Outcome? - 
Yes. In the last three elections “2010, 2012, 2014” for OHA trustee at large seat. 

Failed but did lobby to get the election law changed to include a primary for OHA despite opposition from the incumbents in 2013.

Other civic experience or community service? - 
Member of the Order of Kamehameha 1
Elks Club No. 616, 22 years
Hawaiian Education & Reinstatement Foundation, board member.

Anything else you’d like voters to know about you? -
Look, you and I know that the current OHA board of trustees is inefficient and working for special interests and not the people. 

My hope is to bring new perspectives and renewed values to the Office of Hawaiian Affairs through my cultural and governmental experience. Simply put, the BS stops now!

What makes you qualified to be a trustee of OHA? -
First off, my years as manager and employment with such companies as Chaney Brooks, Certified Management, and Hawaiiana. Second serving on a nonprofit, I know what resources are needed and requirements necessary for distributing awards via grants, scholarships, financial aid. Lastly, my independent, common sense approach to problem-solving.

What are your top five priorities for OHA? -
1. Transparency of OHA business, via policy and bylaws changes
2. Accountability of ethical and legal standards — employee evaluation/review
3. Independent financial audit of all holdings and resources
4. Term limits for the trustees’ offices
5. Development of Kaka`ako makai property and securing the water rights to that area

What is your one big idea? -
After seeing firsthand over the years economic opportunities like the development Kaka`ako makai property, a medical marijuana dispensary and the failed $30 million plus [spent] on Akaka Bill/nation building efforts go nowhere and purposely remained sidelined, ensuring the long-term sustainability of Native Hawaii assets is still my idea.

Why are you running for trustee? -
Simply put, change! For years now senior incumbents have run OHA and funded the process of what a Hawaiian tribe should look like and about what they feel is the future for all the Hawaiian people. $30 million lost! 

Enough already, follow the mandate fund housing, medical, educational, environmental programs.

Gov. David Ige has said residential development should not be allowed on the Kaka`ako makai lands that were turned over to OHA by the state. How do you believe those lands should be used or developed? -
The ceded land settlement was an undervalued and mishandled from the start. 

Fortunately commercial zoning is already in place and with experienced management and remediation work, the potential for a small commercial city offering employment opportunities for businesses both local and mainland can be realized. A master plan is needed.

Wednesday, August 03, 2016

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"TWO MOST IMPORTANT TO VOTE FOR"

The August 13th Primary Vote Is Almost Here.

What Are The Two Most Important Things To Look For In OHA Candidates?

How Many Candidates Have Committed To Doing These If Elected?

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Tuesday, August 02, 2016

KOANI FOUNDATION PRESENTS FOURTH ANNUAL HAWAIIAN KINGDOM PATRIOT AWARDS AT LA HO`I HO`I EA

Jon Osorio & Kai`ōpua Fyfe Honored


































Accepting for the late Kai`ōpua Fyfe is Sabra Kauka.


The Koani Foundation awarded its fourth annual Hawaiian Kingdom Patriot Awards honoring two Hawaiian Kingdom patriots on Sunday, July 31st at Thomas Square in Honolulu in observance of La Ho`iho`i Ea, Hawaiian Sovereignty Restoration Day.

Dr. Jon Kamakawiwo`ole Osorio and the late Kai`ōpua Fyfe are the 2016 honorees.

Dr. Jon Osorio, PhD of Honolulu is honored as a prolific and much respected author of scholarly commentaries on the history of the Hawaiian Kingdom as well as the continued and illegal US occupation of Hawai`i today.

He is also recognized as an accomplished musician and songwriter and professor of Hawaiian Studies at the University of Hawai`i at Mānoa.

The late Kai`ōpua Fyfe of Līhu`e, Kaua`i is honored posthumously for his many years serving as a Director of the Koani Foundation.

Kai`ōpua Fyfe also dedicated many years of his life advocating for a Free Hawai`i at the United Nations in New York City and also at the UNʻs Human Rights Council in Geneva Switzerland.

“The successes and diplomatic breakthroughs which are now occurring for the Hawaiian Kingdom are a direct result of the groundwork that Kai`ōpua quietly strived to accomplish over many years,” stated Koani Foundation Director Ku`ahi Wong.

“Both Jon Osorio and Kai`ōpua Fyfe are two more amazing and inspirational examples of what it means to live oneʻs life as a Hawaiian Kingdom patriot every day. Their tireless work for a Free Hawai`i inspires countless others to follow in their footsteps.”


Monday, August 01, 2016

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