Tuesday, December 28, 2021

















Peace on Earth, Aloha ʻĀina…

Along with Lā Hoʻihoʻi Ea and Lā Kūʻokoʻa, Lā Kalikimaka was an official holiday celebrated throughout the realm of the Kingdom of the Hawaiian Islands. Unfortunately, like so much else, the pure message of the humble birth of the Prince of Peace and Savior of the World became corrupted over time... eventually losing all semblance of “Peace on Earth, Goodwill toward all mankind”. 

In Hawaiʻi, we are facing monumental challenges and existential threats. Our very lives are at risk on many fronts, hidden behind the veil of a peaceful paradise and the façade of normalcy. The descendants of the haole messengers that bore the message of peace on earth, ended up being seduced by greed and power, robbing us of our inheritance, decimating our people, putting us in mortal danger living in a sugar-coated fortress of war. As we know, the fuel contamination of our aquifer is just a hint of the calamity that could be unleashed at any moment on our people. This is why it is urgent that we free Hawaii from the grip of the U.S.

In the two generations of Kamehameha and his sons, Hawaiians transitioned from being fierce warriors living in isolation under a strict feudal system, into a highly enlightened, literate, progressive kingdom engaged in foreign trade and international affairs. Our kupuna codified in their laws and embodied in their society the concept of Peace and Aloha for all — Aloha ʻĀina, Kapu Aloha and Aloha i ke Kahi i ke Kahi.

The kingdom outlawed warfare, class distinctions and racism and built a highly moral and inclusive society. They gained standing and respect in the world as a significant sovereign nation. This is the powerful legacy we have as we face the future.

By embracing and excercising the ways of our kūpuna — Aloha ʻĀina, Kapu Aloha, Aloha ke Akua... — we are on the path to not only free ourselves and our nation from captivity; but to heal our people and our lands and ultimately transform the world into a better and safer place to live.

We saw a preview with what happened with the kiaʻi on Mauna Kea as the hearts of our warriors merged with the wisdom of our kupuna and with the spirit of Aloha. It is a powerful combination for facing the future.

A he malu hoʻi ma ka Honua; he Aloha no ke Kanaka.
Peace on Earth, Goodwill toward all mankind.


Rename McKinley High School and remove the McKinley statue! Our prodding worked! The DOE told us we they will soon start seeking public input. That means they are considering it. Sign this online petition NOW! Tell everyone you know to sign it too! TinyURL.com/AlohaOeMcKinley

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Malama Pono,
Leon Siu
Hawaiian National