Nov 26 2012

Native Hawaiian Roll Signed by Non-Hawaiian Nationals

Native Hawaiian Roll Signed by Non-Hawaiian Nationals

This is a good example of American government intervention gone awry.

In July 2012 Democrats in Hawai’i had two people sign the Native Hawaiian Roll. Their names were Senator Daniel Inouye and Senator Daniel Akaka.

http://www.khon2.com/news/local/story/First-names-added-to-Native-Hawaiian-registry/oJwTT0h8Xke_d6p61WIPJg.cspx

Neither are Hawaiian Nationals.

 

Native Hawaiian Roll

Native Hawaiian Roll


They have NO business signing their names. They should mind their own business.

They should not deprive Hawaiians and Hawaiian Nationals of due process.

Do NOT sign the Native Hawaiian Roll!

Mahalo.

 

Dec 18 2009

Akaka Bill Sneak Attack by Senator Daniel Inouye

Akaka Bill Sneak Attack by Senator Daniel Inouye

It Was The Sneak This Week That Inouye Schemed To Employ to Put The Akaka Bill Into Other Legislation But Someone Let The Plan Spill.

People Took To The Streets Fast To Make Sure It Didn’t Pass:

Video Courtesy of Ehu Cardwell of the Kaoni Foundation Free Hawai’i TV

Dec 14 2009

Akaka Bill: Stop the Akaka Bill

Akaka Bill: Stop the Akaka Bill

Akaka Bill Sneak Attack

Akaka Bill Sneak Attack

Senator Dan Inouye and Senator Dan Akaka attempted to sneak the Akaka bill into major US federal funding legislation in the senate this coming week.

If they are successful, the Akaka bill will pass and become law.

Chairman of the Senate Appropriations committee is Daniel Inouye, who is spearheading this attempt at back room dealing.

Anger and outrage are mounting quickly in Hawai`i and beyond at the lack of transparency and manipulation of the system.

Some people who care for the welfare and future of Hawai`i and its people expressed their opposition to this underhanded ploy with a peaceful protest on Monday, December 14, 2009. This peaceful protest was sponsored by The Koani Foundation, Hawaiian Independence Action Alliance & Ka Lei Maile Ali`i Hawaiian Civic Club.

Whether you’re Hawaiian or not, whether you live in Hawai`i or not you can help make a difference by making your voice heard.