My name is Danielle Areco, Hawaiian name NuiNani Makaha.
I am a KCC ( University of Hawaii ) student.
I am studying Anthropology ( Pacific Nations and Territory)
History and Culture of Hawaiian Kingdom and Hawaiian Hospitality Industry.
I am overwhelmed but so many information and I need to inform you guys about what is going on, please feel free to browser the links and tell me if you were aware of this and what you think it should be done. I am thinking of having a meeting to discuss, please spread the word.
Here is a introduction about the issue.
*********************************************************************************** -US Congress in 1993
recognized the illegal occupation of Hawaii through what was called the Apology Resolution. That became US Public Law and recognized Hawaiian native rights to property in Hawaii. The facts are very clear, I just don't understand why still no solution? Why there is nothing on TV? No Americans have access to this information, the media totally ignored the facts!
- The Perfect Title Company and the Hawaiian Kingdom Trust Kingdom were created as a regent to the Hawaiian King. The Regent acts for the King when the government is vacant of Hawaiian Kingdom rulers. The acting Regent that headed one company and had shares in the other company to show that he was the main authority officer for the Hawaiian Kingdom decided land titles for native tenants. However, if a person was a non-tenant then the de jure government would decide on those land titles. Under US law, if the person supported the rebellion then they were not allowed any property rights. - I repeat the US would not allow property right to citizens that rebelled
. For in the 14th amendment of the US constitution talked about the Due Process Clause that says ?nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.? They also violated the property rights in Article 147 of the Geneva Convention. So they are not going by international law or their own laws on property rights.- Wealthy sugar barons,
assisted by US agents and military forces, overthrew the internationally recognized Hawaiian Monarchy in 1893 .100 years later ,the criminal and legal cases on Hawaiian sovereignty led to the US Congress in 1993 saying that the US occupied Hawaii illegally ,and this Apology Resolution became US public law. President Clinton and Congress formally apologized for that illegal act of war, admitting that Hawaiian nationhood and sovereignty had, in fact, never been renounced.The US Supreme Court felt that native Hawaiians never gave up their claims to their land and the land is owned by the State of Hawaii in the Hawaii V. Office of Hawaiian Affairs court case in 2009. Also, the money of the purchase of the Hawaiian lands belongs to the people.- Actually everything is starting to make more sense now .And the sense is nonsense. While reading the article, I took the liberty to do an extra research .Wow, I can't help but ask how did that happen?
-I found additional comments and web sites including videos and movies that I would like to share. They helped me understand the situation. Please let me know what you think. I am sure many of you already saw those. Also attached is a 1959 official Ballot file.-Hawaii should never have been a territory/colony of the United States,
and it is not required to undergo a formal decolonization process at this time in order to restore independence. The illegality of the overthrow and annexation are well documented in the United State's own official apology, so the purpose of this essay is to counter the assumption that the 1959 statehood vote legitimized the United States' occupation of Hawaii.]-Who voted?
Any U.S. citizen who had resided in the islands for a year was allowed to vote, which included large numbers of American military servicemen and their families, who were essentially the occupation force that had illegally held Hawaii since the admittedly unlawful annexation in 1898. -Native Hawaiians would not have been allowed to vote if they refused to become American citizens. Immigrants from other countries who were not American citizens were not allowed to vote. -Honolulu Advertiser - October 1, 2009An award-winning documentary about the "occupation" of Hawai`i
will be shown at 7 PM Oct. 8 at the Paliku Theatre at Windward Community College."Noho Hewa - The Wrongful Occupation of Hawai`i" is free and open to the public.Winner of the Hawai`i International Film Festival's 2008 award for best documentary film, the 82-minute film offers an analysis about the connections between militarism, desecration and homelessness, and how these issues are related to Hawaiian sovereignty.The film will be followed by a Q&A session with filmmaker Anne Keala Kelly.The screening is sponsored by Ku Pono and the Ko`olaupoko Hawaiian Civic Club.http://current.com/items/91071531_illegal-us-occupation-of-hawai-i-film-to-be-shown.htmhttp://www.nohohewa.com/http://freehawaii.blogspot.com/
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