9 thoughts on “Tomorrow’s Film Showing of “Noho Hewa: The Wrongful Occupation of Hawai‘i” and “Ua Mau Ke Ea: Sovereignty Endures” at Kumu Kahua Theater in Downtown Honolulu

  1. Aloha e Hawaiian Kingdom,

    The Petitions of 1893 prevented Hawai`i’s annexation. What’s the mana`o on petitioning President Obama to implement Law of Occupation in Hawaii and enforce Hawaiian Kingdom Law. It worked before; why not again.

    I think the process of Petition is something worth considering. It’s a powerful tool.

    e pane mai, ke olulu. Mahalo nui loa.

  2. Aloha Keanu and Kale, Could you kindly schedule another showing of “Noho Hewa”. I will be returning home tomorrow and I know my ohana would really like to see that movie.

  3. I have high hopes that when the Hawaiian Kingdom’s Executive, Judicial and Legislative function is restored, the current State of Hawaii government will be eliminated. The culprits who have participated, aided and abetted the Overthrow and Occupation for over 100 years and continues to this very day, will have been brought to justice and prosecuted whether they be foreigner or native subject.

  4. Are there plans for the film to be shown on Maui? We would love to see it.

    Mahalo from Kihei, Maui

  5. Change is scary and that’s nothing to be afraid about…be scared and fight for it anyway. ho`okahuli!! Ku`e…

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