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Transcripts of Prof. Francis A. Boyle

From CounterCurrents.org:

RESTORING THE KINGDOM OF HAWAII VERSUS FAKE HAWAIIAN STATEHOOD DAY*

Professor Francis A. Boyle

August 20 and August 21, 2016

(Edited Transcripts)

© Copyright 2016 by Francis A. Boyle. All rights reserved.

 

Townhall Meeting with the Nation of Hawaii at Waimanalo

Saturday August 20, 2016

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The Sovereignty Divide – Waihee & Cayetano conversation

From Hawaii News Now:

Former Governors John Waihee and Ben Cayetano did a great service to all of us by agreeing to talk about their disagreements over the Hawaiian Sovereignty movement. We hope their honest, civil and articulate conversation will encourage similar discussions across our community.

We aired a half-hour version of their discussion last […]

What really happened at the ʻAha

I posted the first two installments of this series from the Hawaii Independent, but are all 5 parts.

As one of the 154 kānaka maoli who agreed to participate in the state-sponsored, Naʻi Aupuni-initiated Native Hawaiian ʻAha, Kaʻiulani Milham had a front row seat at the month-long proceedings. What follows a multi-part, first-hand account that […]

Na’i Aupuni will not pursue ratification vote

Press release from Na’i Aupuni:

NAʻI AUPUNI DECIDES NOT TO PURSUE RATIFICATION VOTE

Education and Ratification of Native Hawaiian Constitution Best Pursued by Broad-based Group

HONOLULU – Naʻi Aupuni said today it would not be conducting a ratification vote on the proposed constitution produced by the recently completed ‘aha. It believes that the ‘aha […]

What really happened at the ʻAha, part II

From the Hawaii Independent:

Whitewashed press releases, a sinister state bill and a flippant disregard for the rules of the convention

Editor’s note: As one of the 154 kānaka maoli who agreed to participate in the state-sponsored, Naʻi Aupuni-initiated Native Hawaiian ʻAha, Kaʻiulani Milham had a front row seat at the month-long […]

What really happened at the Aha, part I

Report from The Hawaii Independent:

Editor’s note: As one of the 154 kānaka maoli who agreed to participate in the state-sponsored, Naʻi Aupuni-initiated Native Hawaiian ʻAha, Kaʻiulani Milham had a front row seat at the month-long proceedings. What follows is the first installment of a multi-part, first-hand account that highlights various and consistent affronts to […]

Native Hawaiian convention adopts constitution

From the Star-Advertiser

Native Hawaiian convention adopts constitution By Timothy Hurley February 26, 2016

The Native Hawaiian constitutional convention this afternoon adopted a governing document that will go out to a vote for ratification.

The constitution, approved by an 88 to 30 vote with one abstention, apparently allows room for federal recognition by […]

Na’i ‘Aupuni Convention moves toward independence

Free Hawaii TV reports that 60% of remaining delegates are pro-independence, and the constitution being drafted supports independence.

‘Aha Aloha ‘Aina Big Island

Bumpy withdraws from Na’i Aupuni ‘Aha

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

February 15, 2016

Contact: Brandon Makaawaawa — (808) 221-6906

Waimānalo, Hawai’i — After eight days of participation, Dennis Bumpy Kanahele announced today, that he is pulling out of the Na’i Aupuni process, explaining:

“That process from its Act 195 inception is a trap — a very sticky trap, to undermine the national […]