Aug 12 2013

How to Opt Out of the Native Hawaiian Roll

How to Opt Out of the Native Hawaiian Roll

Unfortunately Hawaiians are being threatened again like how Queen Lili’uokalani was when they strong armed her into signing a paper she did not want to sign. Times and people have changed.

The Native Hawaiian Roll is a Scam

The Native Hawaiian Roll is a Scam

Continue to take a stand AGAINST this hewa called Kanaiolowalu.

How to opt out?

You can send a letter to them to opt-out of the Kana’iolowalu list. Please feel free to use this letter and share with anyone. If you send via email, please make sure to send to Kana’iolowalu at their email below and carbon copy (cc) OHA.

Also make sure that you send it CERTIFIED letter and save your receipt:




If you send via regular mail, please make sure to send a hard copy to OHA as well at:

Office of Hawaiians Affairs

711 Kapi’olani Boulevard

Suite 500

Honolulu, HI 96813

** Make sure to replace information in brackets, with the date, the name you used to enroll in Kau Inoa, and your current contact information. **

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c/o The Native Hawaiian Roll Commission

711 Kapiolani Boulevard, Suite 1150

Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

Subject: Kanaʻiolowalu/Native Hawaiian Roll

Dear Native Hawaiian Roll Commission,

I am writing this letter because my name is currently on the Kau Inoa List, and I am choosing to opt-out of being included on the Kanaʻiolowalu/Native Hawaiian Roll (Roll). I originally received a letter, which stated that I had to opt-in to be on the Roll and am now being told that I am automatically being placed on the Roll unless I opt-out. Legally, this seems to me to be an action for promissory estoppel.

My reason for opting out is, one, I recognize that self-determination — as outlined in Article 3 of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) and co-opted by Kanaʻiolowalu through Act 195 — cannot be realized through a State of Hawai‘i agency, with a state-appointed director and commission. And two, the UNDRIP also states in Article 9, “Indigenous peoples and individuals have the right to belong to an indigenous community or nation, in accordance with the traditions and customs of the community or nation concerned. No discrimination of any kind may arise from the exercise of such a right.” In no way was the state-created NHRC convened in accordance with the traditions and customs of the Kanaka Maoli community or nation.

I appreciate your action in this matter and request a confirmation that my appeal has been processed.



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