Jun 25 2014

Na’alehu Anthony Should Recuse Himself from Public Comment Regarding Native Hawaiian “Recognition”

Fellow Kamehameha Schools’ graduate Na’alehu Anthony should recuse himself from public comment regarding “Native Hawaiian Recognition.”

He has a  conflict of monetary interest thus should recuse himself to avoid any semblance of partiality or bias.


Naalehu Anthony Should Recuse Himself

Naalehu Anthony Should Recuse Himself

Jun 23 2014

Watch the First Meeting NOW in Real Time June 23, 2014 Federal Recognition for Hawaiians

Watch the FIRST meeting NOW in REAL Time June 23, 2014

Go here: http://olelo.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?publish_id=91

Thank you to Mahealani Ah Sing for her insight citing civil and penal codes and for not being  cordial to our genociders:

No to Federal Recognition

No to Federal Recognition


Mahalo also to this Hawaiian language immersion graduate who spoke in Hawaiian then English opposing the adiministrative rule change:





No to Federal Recognition

No to Federal Recognition

I did not get this fellow ali’i’s name but he is right when he said to the American government panel in part:

Monarchs rule!

You guys stepped on our heads for 120 years. Why should we talk to you!

You are committing treason against the monarchs. GO HOME!”


No to Federal Recognition for Hawaiians

No to Federal Recognition for Hawaiians




Out of 143 people who testified I guesstimate about 90 to 96% OPPOSE “federal recognition.”

Great job everyone!









Jun 23 2014

American Government’s Department of Interior is Coming on Strong with “Native Hawaiian Federal Recognition”

Initially I was going to name the title of this blog post “Maha’oi American Government is at it Again.” It’s truly unfortunate that Maha’oi American government refuses to leave us alone.

Kanaiolowalu is a Scam

We are already recognized by our kupuna.

Civil Beat has been coming out with articles some of which are biased while others are neutral as they should be in this matter as its editor is not a Hawaiian Kingdom citizen.

The latest one by Anita Hofschneider “Federal Recognition for Native Hawaiians – How We Got Here and What’s at Stake”
fails to mention the history of “federal recognition.” There are many books on this subject matter which people should check out directly instead of relying on other people to interpret or misinterpret history.

Unfortunately American government continues to push for “federal recognition” with Democrats leading the way ready to pounce on us.

Check out their questions that they want US to answer. Instead of being mindful of our privacy they want us to come out and talk to them. Many Hawaiian Nationals do not want to discuss anything with the U.S. Department of Interior. They want to be left alone.

Whether you decide to come out since they are being maha’oi or not, their maha’o meetings where they are all up in our face starts TODAY in Hawai’i.

We do not need or want American government to “recognize” us in order to steal more of our lands and treat us terribly like they treat our indigenous cousins.

Our kupuna already recognize us and that is ALL that matters. Make your voices heard in opposition of their proposed rule making which will lead our keiki and mo’opuna to their slaughter!

My stance is this. Say NO to YOUR demise. It’s simple really.

Here is the list of their meetings where they expect us to speak when we can CHOOSE not to speak but they insist on wanting to speak to us. So much for manners!

Public Meetings in Hawaii – June 23 through July 8.


Monday, June 23 — Honolulu – 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Hawaii State Capitol Auditorium.

Monday, June 23 — Waimanalo – 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Waimanalo Elementary and Intermediate School.

Tuesday, June 24 — Waianae Coast – 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Nanaikapono Elementary School.

Wednesday, June 25 — Kaneohe – 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Heeia Elementary School.

Thursday, June 26 — Kapolei – 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Makakilo Elementary School.


Friday, June 27 — Lanai City – 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Lanai Senior Center.


Saturday, June 28 — Kaunakakai – 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Kaunakakai Elementary School.


Monday, June 30 — Waimea – 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Waimea Neighborhood Center.

Tuesday, July 1 — Kapaa – 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Kapaa Elementary School.

Hawaii Island

Wednesday, July 2 — Hilo – 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Keaukaha Elementary School.

Thursday, July 3 — Waimea – 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Waimea Community Center.

Thursday, July 3 — Kona – 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Kealakehe High School.


Saturday, July 5 — Hana – 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Hana High and Elementary School.

Monday, July 7 — Lahaina – 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
King Kamehameha III Elementary School.

Tuesday, July 8 — Kahului – 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Pomaikai Elementary School.

Indian Country Consultations – July 29 through August 7.

Tuesday, July 29 — Minnesota – 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Mystic Lake Casino Hotel, Prior Lake, MN.

Wednesday, July 30 — South Dakota – 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Rushmore Civic Center, Rapid City, SD.

Friday, August 1 — Washington – 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Tulalip Resort, Seattle, WA.

Tuesday, August 5 — Arizona – 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Talking Stick Resort, Scottsdale, AZ.

Thursday, August 7 — Connecticut – 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Mohegan Sun, Uncasville, CT.

Jun 17 2014

Obama Presidential Library in Hawai’i: Let Chicago Have It.

Obama Presidential Library in Hawai’i: Let Chicago Have It

Obama and his fans have been pushing for the Obama presidential library to be built in Hawai’i with little to no concern of the effects his presence and the presence of his presidential library have on local children (both Hawaiian and non-Hawaiian) in Hawai’i. That is, it will wreak havoc on  demand thus further shut local children out of the home buying market.

Two recent stories in the Star Advertiser show their fervent push to have it built in Hawai’i:

1. A select group of individuals focusing on how they and Obama will benefit from the Obama presidential library built in Hawai’i:



and 2. Supporters mentioning how it will benefit adults though fail to mention how increasing demand for housing will be exacerbated by Obama’s presence in Hawai’i as well as the presence of his presidential library:


You will have to pay for access to read these two articles but both beat the same drum of benefiting Obama and his legacy and fail to mention how his presidential library in Hawai’i will wreak havoc on the lives of local children.

How you may ask.

I am a real estate broker in Florida and Washington, own my real estate firms, and know how supply and demand works. In Hawai’i it is unique where demand is very high and already shutting out local children from the home buying market.

Obama’s presence and the presence of his presidential library will only exacerbate it to the detriment of local children in Hawai’i who will be further shut out of the home buying market.

Let Obama’s hometown of Chicago have it. That way local children in Hawai’i won’t suffer.

Mar 25 2014

OHA has Dead People on Their Kana’iolowalu List

OHA has Dead People on Their Kana’iolowalu List

OHA recently rebranded and remarketed their attempts to reorganize our lands thus reorganize our property rights. Fortunately most Hawaiians rebuke them and continue to rebuke them which is a good sign. It shows how most Hawaiians still respect Queen Lili’uokalani’s wishes and refuse to sign the hewa pepa.

Well lately after the Office of Hawaiian Affairs explicitly told people the list of names would not be made public, they made a 180-degree pivot and exposed the names that were allegedly placed with Kana’iolowalu.

Except they have a dead person listed on it.

Kanaiolowalu has dead people

Kanaiolowalu has dead people

Seen at http://kanaiolowalu.org/precertlist/index.tpl

Instead of checking obituaries they were so quick to do what special interests want them to do.

One quick look online would have sufficed:

Kanaiolowalu has dead people

Kanaiolowalu has dead people

Rose YL Tam-Hoy died on October 13, 2011.



Chances are there are other dead people on THEIR list too.

They are in such a rush to steal on behalf of special interests groups… they forgot to do the basics.

If YOUR name is listed on their list and you want your name to be removed you can do so online here:



OR if you prefer send a certified letter to remove your name to:

Native Hawaiian Roll Commission

711 Kapiʻolani Blvd. Suite 1150

Honolulu, HI 96813


Please get the word out. Tell your family and friends.

Mahalo to MOST Hawaiians for rebuking OHA and not running with the herd 🙂


Kanaiolowalu is a Scam

Kanaiolowalu is a Scam

Nov 05 2013

Hawai’i SB1 has a Trojan Horse Harmful to Hawaiian Children

Hawai’i SB1 has a Trojan Horse Harmful to Hawaiian Children

The House of Representatives Judiciary and Finance committee passed SB 1 today. They managed to slip in a Trojan Horse that is harmful to Hawaiian children.

It’s on page 5 of 18 pages:

Section 572C :

“Rights of parents: Parental rights, benefits, protections and responsibilities based on marriage shall be the same for all married couples regardless of the gender of the spouses. These rights, benefits, protections, and responsbilities shall include paternity, maternity, and parentage presumptions based on marriage.”

Seen here: http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/splsession2013b/SB1_.pdf

In other words non-Hawaiian children will steal what does not belong to them.

I am pro gay marriage myself but I do not support SB1 and submitted written testimony opposing it.



Nov 05 2013

RIP Kollin Keali’i Elderts

RIP Kollin Keali’i Elderts
Today November 5th is a triple whammy for me. It is my husband’s birthday and the day my paternal grandmother was buried.

It is also the day my cousin Keali’i Elderts lost his life.

It is the day Obama’s Trigger Man Christopher Deedy shot and killed my cousin right in his CHEST WITHOUT DUE PROCESS OF LAW. RIP.

His life matters. My apologies to his ‘ohana in advance but he is not forgotten.

He will never be forgotten.

You will never be forgotten.


Sep 06 2013

Office of Hawaiian Affairs OHA Audit September 2013

Office of Hawaiian Affairs OH Audit September 2013

Who will watch the watchers? It is disturbing how they are auditing themselves but if you would like to read their audit here it is:

OHA Audit September 2013

Credit to Melissa Moniz of Moku o Keawe and Texas

Sep 04 2013

Sign the “I Have Chosen NOT to Register with Kana‘iolowalu” Petition

Sign the “I Have Chosen NOT to Register with Kana‘iolowalu” Petitition



Petition Created By

Trisha Kehaulani Watson, J.D. PhD.


Petition Background

OHA has begun defunding Native Hawaiian health and education programs, while continuing to provide millions of beneficiary funds for Kana‘iolowalu. Despite millions spent on advertising and outreach, less than 4% of Native Hawaiians have voluntarily signed up for the Roll. Sign this petition to send a clear message to the Trustees that our top priorities are education and health.

Petitition Statement

I am Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) and I have chosen not to register with Kana‘iolowalu (the Native Hawaiian Roll). My decision in no way diminishes my inherent rights as a Native Hawaiian or the rights of my descendants. I ask the Office of Hawaiian Affairs to immediately cease funding of Kana‘iolowalu and instead restore funding to Native Hawaiian health and education programs.

To be delivered to: Office of Hawaiian Affairs, Board of Trustees

Where to sign? Go here: http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/i-have-chosen-not-to.fb29?source=s.icn.fb&r_by=8716368




Sep 03 2013

Kanaiolowalu is Hewa

Kanaiolowalu is Hewa

Mahalo to Anahola Defenders for bringing this to our attention.

Kanaiolowalu is Hewa

Kanaiolowalu is Hewa

Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) is reportedly considering giving Kanaiolowalu an additional $1.8 million at 9:30 on Thursday, then a half hour later at the 10 am meeting, they are looking to cut the Nā Pua No‘eau budget from $1.2 million to $327,758.

OHA is literally taking funding away from critical programs for our keiki to fund a political campaign that less than 4% of Hawaiians have signed up for in their year of operation (which cost over $3 million so far).”

Instead of giving money to young Hawaiians to use for their education and/or to finish their undergraduate or graduate degrees they are wasting trust monies which is OUR money.