Oct 29 2012

Do Not Place Your Name in the Native Hawaiian Roll

Do Not Place Your Name in the Native Hawaiian Roll

Keali’i Makekau, candidate for OHA At Large, speaks about the Native Hawaiian Roll.

The Native Hawaiian Roll Commission did not fully disclose which is a sign of deception.

Do not sign the Native Hawaiian Roll.

Oct 29 2012

Do Not Sign the Native Hawaiian Roll

Do Not Sign the Native Hawaiian Roll

Paulette Ka’anohi Kaleikini speaking about the hewa Native Hawaiian Roll in June 2012.

Some people may recall that she is the plaintiff who won a unanimous decision from the Hawai’i Supreme Court regarding the rail. They ruled in part:

“The SHPD [State Historic Preservation Division] failed to follow its own rules when it concurred in the rail project prior to the completion of an archaeological inventory survey for the entire project. As explained below, the rules establish a sequential process under which an archaeological inventory survey must precede the SHPD’s concurrence in a project. As noted in the rules, “[t]he review process is designed to identify significant historic properties in project areas and then to develop and execute plans to handle impacts to the significant properties in the public interest.” HAR § 13-275-1(a) (emphasis added) …. the SHPD failed to comply with HRS chapter 6E and its implementing rules when it concurred in the rail project prior to the completion of the required archaeological inventory survey for the entire project. The City similarly failed to comply with HRS chapter 6E and its implementing rules by granting a special management area permit for the rail project and by commencing construction prior to the completion of the historic preservation review process.

“Accordingly, we vacate the circuit court’s judgment on [the above listed] Counts 1 through 4 of Kaleikini’s complaint, which challenged the rail project under HRS chapter 6E, and remand to the circuit court for further proceedings on those counts.”

The Native Hawaiian Roll affects non-Hawaiians too.

How? It is being used by government to strip Hawaiians of our property rights. They will do it to YOU too.

Oct 28 2012

Native Hawaiian Roll Commission

Native Hawaiian Roll Commission

The Akaka Bill failed on the federal level so the sly and sneaky politrickans in Hawai’i are using the 10th Amendment to use states’ rights against Hawaiians.

This time by pushing the Native Hawaiian Roll on Hawaiian Nationals. They want and need the majority of Hawaiians to place their name (50% + 1) on the Native Hawaiian Roll so they can steal more land from Hawaiians which is truly disturbing.

Do Not Sign the Native Hawaiian Roll

Do Not Sign the Native Hawaiian Roll. Photo credit: Pono Kealoha

It shows our keiki and mo’opuna (both Hawaiian and non-Hawaiian) to steal too. Stealing is wrong.

DO NOT SIGN THE NATIVE HAWAIIAN ROLL. DO NOT SIGN ANYTHING. It is like the Dawes Rolls which was used to annihilate our indigenous cousins.

Mahalo.

For non-Hawaiians, the Native Hawaiian Roll affects you too.

How you may ask?

When they use government to strip Hawaiians of OUR property rights… they will do it to YOU too.

 

Oct 28 2012

Rail on Hawai’i and How It Affects Hawaiians and Non-Hawaiians

Rail on Hawai’i and How It Affects Hawaiians and Non-Hawaiians

The rail on O’ahu affects everyone in Hawai’i. Not just Hawaiians.

 

The rail on O’ahu will crush our kupunas’ bones and crush our keiki and mo’opuna (both Hawaiian and non-Hawaiian) with dream-killing burdensome debt and will further enslave them to the Federal Reserve and Goldman Sachs.

 

This 60-second radio commercial was played to listeners of all major radio stations on O’ahu during the City’s push for voter approval of the proposed rail transit project:

 

This obscene spending affects Hawaiians and non-Hawaiians !

This money in the form of taxes should not have gone to the government. Any government.

Instead this money should go directly to the keiki and mo’opuna!

Oct 27 2012

Native Hawaiian Roll Commission

Native Hawaiian Roll Commission

Politrickans in Hawai’i are at it again. The Akaka Bill failed on the federal level so they are using the 10th Amendment to abuse states’ rights to hurt Hawaiians. This time by pushing the Native Hawaiian Roll on Hawaiian Nationals. They so desperately want and need the majority of Hawaiians to place their name (50% + 1) so they can steal more land. Once we lose our land… we lose our roots.

DO NOT SIGN THE NATIVE HAWAIIAN ROLL. DO NOT SIGN ANYTHING. It is like the Dawes Rolls which was used to annihilate our indigenous cousins.

Mahalo.

 

Do NOT sign the Native Hawaiian Roll

Do NOT sign the Native Hawaiian Roll. Photo credit: Pono Kealoha


Oct 20 2012

Who to Vote for OHA. Who to Vote for Office of Hawaiian Affairs. OHA Candidates.

Who to Vote for OHA. Who to Vote for Office of Hawaiian Affairs.

 

Stop the Akaka Bill

Stop the Akaka Bill


There are many qualified candidates in the 2012 elections for the Office of Hawaiian Affairs. It’s challenging to pick just ONE for a seat. Some people have asked me who they should vote for the Office of Hawaiian Affairs.

The list of candidates can be seen here: http://hawaii.gov/elections/candidates/reports/2012/general-candidates-certified_2012-09-14.pdf

These are my choices for OHA based on three main factors:

1. They are for less government intervention… not more.

2. They are for the betterment of ALL Hawaiians not just for a chosen few.

3. They are genuinely kind to Hawaiians.

My father and I were talking about we want Walter Ritte AND Keali’i Makekau in there. It was very hard to choose ONE! My apologies to Walter Ritte  who I highly highly respect. I appreciate ALL of the hard work that he has done for all of the people of Hawai’i and ALL of the hard work that he continues to do.

These are my choices:

Kaua’i – Dan Ahuna

Moloka’i – NO vote for Colette Machado who wants MORE government intervention. We Hawaiians need LESS government intervention… not more! Leave her box BLANK as a protest vote.

At Large – KEALI’I MAKEKAU who is one of few people who mentions an accounting of ALL funds of OHA. We NEED an accounting of ALL funds from OHA.

Maui – Keeaumoku Kapu

 

Please vote for these candidates for OHA. Mahalo 🙂