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National Day of Sovereignty


Brandon Makaawaawa

August 11 ·

From Facebook post by Brandon Makaawaawa

August 21, 2016 at Iolani Palace

The 2nd Overthrow….STATEHOOD

Uncle Bumpy’s thoughts of how the program will go that day will be to use the Hawaiian church philosophy of “pule hamau” which has 3 parts to it. First part is […]

La Ho’iho’i Ea – New York

La Ho’iho’i Ea – Maui

La Ho’iho’i Ea – Thomas Square

La Ho’iho’i Ea – Moku o Keawe



Aloha Coin

OFFICE OF THE HEAD OF STATE Pu`uhonua O Waimanalo Village, Waimanalo, Oahu

EXECUTIVE ORDER: 95-004 September 17, 2015


By virtue of the authority vested in me by the, Hawai`i Constitution of January 16, 1995, the Declaration of National State of Emergency of January 17, 1995, the Refuge Act, Executive Order: […]

Aha Mele Ea

Na Hua Ea – Sovereign Words

Politico: Hawexit

On July 4, Politico Magazine published an article on “5 U.S. Independence Movements Inspired by Brexit” including Hawaii:

Possibly the least pronounceable of all the proposed U.S. exits, Hawexit might have the most legitimate history—and most serious ongoing legal conversation. In the wake of Brexit, POLITICO spoke to Professor Francis Boyle of the University of […]

July 4 history that will not disappear

Larry Geller at Disappeared News reminds us of History that should not—and will not—disappear: July 4, 1894, illegal overthrow of Hawaii completed