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For more information on Sai’s presentations and the seminar, contact Cunefare. For lecture schedules, visit http://kohalacenter.org/puanakaike/about.html. Webcasts of previous lecture are available at http://www.keauhouresort.com/learn-puanakaike.html.
Hi if there has been a from the ICC concerning the complain filed wit with them on the on the on the on the fourth.
Is there any new information concerning the ICC Prosecutor taking
jurisdiction over the Hawaiian Kingdom on March 4, 2013?
Are any workshops planned on `Oahu? If so, please send info.
Yes and what about Maui? I volunteer at the Bailey House Museum. I’ve seen the trailer for the Ua Mau Ke Ea documentary and would love to make it availible for sale in our gift shop.
we would like to hear Dr Keanu Sui talk about HAWAI everything he is fighting for HAWAI People let us know when hill be back in kona mahalo joann
I heard of a meeting being held at the Waimanalo Halau this Friday, 4/26 at 6 p.m. on, “Ua Mau Kea Ea” and/or the Liliuokalani Assignments. They are encouraging Hawaiian women to attend. My source caught the tail end of the announcement on Hawaiian Kine 105.1 today. It’s being sponsored by the Hawaiian Civic Club. I sent out email to get more info — would appreciate any info out there.
FYI: … received the correct info for the 4/26 meeting at 6:00 p.m. at the Waimanalo halau. The re-enactment of the Overthrow of our Queen Liliuokalani from her throne will be shown.
I stand corrected once again 4/23. The following is taken from a flyer posted in Waimanalo:
Thursday, April 25, 2013
Halau Waimanalo Hawaiian Homes Association
6pm-7 pm. Networking & Dinner, 7-9 pm
Project “A Queen’s Tale”
Prelude discussion will be by Keanu Sai, Ph.D.
The event is made possible with the support by the Hawaii Maoli Ho`olako Na Kiwila Hawaii Grant.
… hope this comes early enough to attend.
I have been following Dr. Keanu Sai’s work for a little over 3 years. I am a full time student and recently attended his lecture at UH Hilo. I feel very honored to have been able to see and hear him in person. I was not able to stay for the Q&A part and was just wondering what Dr. Sai’s stance is on the Kana’iolowalu project? Or if any one has any mana’o, I would much appreciate it!
Kana’iolowalu is yet another entity formed under the State
of Hawaii and the United States of America.
I think the difference between the people who support
entities under the State of Hawaii and the people who
support the independence of Hawaiian Kingdom rest
in each individuals interpretation of Hawaiian history.
If the Hawaiian Kingdom was colonized then it would make
perfect sense for the Kanaka people to seek the formation
of a governing body in order to attain federal recognition from
the U.S. and perhaps the opportunity to move for independence
some day. The Kingdom is occupied and not colonized!
The Hawaiian Kingdom obtained its sovereign independence on
November 28, 1843, by joint proclamation and therefore does
not need the U.S. for any type of recognition at all! Without a
treaty from the Hawaiian Kingdom giving up its status as an
independent nation state the Kingdom remains independent.
One would think that the Kingdom’s independence would be
immediately comprehended by everyone because of all the
overwhelming favorable information available in its favor and
for the lack of evidence (treaty) by the U.S. for its authority
over another independent nation state, but for some reason the
discussion goes on; however make no mistake the debate is long
Ask the people who support the entities under the State of Hawaii
if they think Hawaii was once a Kingdom? Most would say yes!
Ask those same people if Hawaii is a sovereign independent
nation state? Either they will think you’re a radical, not talk to
you or have no clue about what you’re talking about!
Ask a Hawaiian subject and they will say Yes and Yes, and remind
you about La kuokoa, November 28, 1843!
That’s one way to qualify who is supporting what position.
Recent news talks about the Chechen peoples struggle for their
country’s independence the many lives sacrificed in the process
for the opportunity that Kauikeaouli Kamehameha III, had made
possible for us to enjoy and all the people in 1897, who made sure
we didn’t loose that precious opportunity of independence!
My humble mana’o.
Hope this helps,
Well said, clear and precise. Mahalo nui loa.