11 thoughts on “Big Island Video News Series: Defected – Testing Hawaiian Sovereignty

  1. Just wow! Not only do I have to applause Big Island News for the bravery of publishing this, but I have to give praise to this article! Not ONE piece of occupied-Hawaii propaganda is in this article! Like no so-called “Akaka Bill”, so-called “self-determination” Hawaii sovereignty, or claiming that this is a “Hawaiian” thing (As in an ethnicity, not a nationality which it is) nothing of that rubbish! Its a pure example of how Hawaii’s mainstream media should report things like this!

    In fact, if I ever see such a publish report similar to this on Hawaii’s mainstream media like on KITV, KHON, Hawaii News Now, etc; Even better if its outside news sources like CNN, ABC, etc, then I’ll personally declare to myself that the Hawaiian Islands idea of getting de-occupied from the USA is a possibility. But as of right now, not yet. Meantime I just continue to educate myself. Although I could use this source, along with the other mainstream media publication to double the evidence one day……

  2. Excellent video – finally a media brave enough to publicize the truth. Congratulations and mahalo, Big Island video News. Kale keep strong. We’re with you. Keanu & Dexter mahalo for your hard and continuance work. Nanci & Robert you’re great too!

    Aloha piha,
    Doreene

  3. FREE DOM FOR THE HAWAIIAN KINGDOM WE ARE A SOVEREIGN NATION THE KINGDOM OF HAWAIʻI TIME TO SEAT OUR QUEEN LILI U KALANI HAWAIIAN NATION FREE FROM THE U.S.A.

  4. Aloha and Mahalo for the very informative video series, as a native born of non-Hawaiian ancestry (Korean, Iroquois, Scottish, German..) I found this to be a presented as the most informative series I have come across in the media that fully describes the legal basis and correct view of the rightful position of The Kingdom of Hawaii, without delving into racial exclusion from legal representation and access to all freedoms and protections afforded to all citizens of the kingdom. I look forward with a now divested personal interest in the near future legal decisions from the international community and especially how the United States and State of Hawaii plan on reaction to these transitions.

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