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.

 

Nov 14 2009

More Living Hawaiian Treasures: Foster Ampong and Tane Inciong

More Living Hawaiian Treasures: Foster Ampong and Tane Inciong

Being a living Hawaiian treasure is not mutually exclusive to being on O’ahu. Case in point: Foster Ampong from Maui and Tane Inciong on O’ahu.

I try to post as many pictures as possible for this reason.

When Hawaiians are visible so is the Hawaiian Kingdom: 

Foster Ampong and Tane Inciong

Foster Ampong and Tane Inciong. Photo courtesy of Pono Kealoha.

Oct 18 2009

Tane Inciong, Terri Keko’olani, and Foster Ampong

Tane Inciong, Terri Keko’olani, and Foster Ampong

Pono Kealoha captured three of the most amazing people: Tane Inciong, Terri Keko’olani, and Foster Ampong

Tane Inciong, Terri Keko'olani, and Foster Ampong. Photo courtesy of Pono Kealoha.

Tane Inciong, Terri Keko'olani, and Foster Ampong. Photo courtesy of Pono Kealoha.

E kala mai but I try not to post pictures of Hawaiians that are taken head-on due to the mana thing but these three are amazing people.

They epitomize how having an opinion and fighting for one’s rights never go out of style.

Jul 23 2009

Tane Inciong

Tane Inciong is featured in Free Hawai’i TV’s latest video. At about 12:31 he makes a great point about how great computers are and at about 13:07 about how people may interpret information differently. Kudos to him for his mana’ o and for being visible because when he is visible… so are our kupuna.