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La Ho’iho’i Ea – Hawaiian Sovereignty Restoration Day 2015 – Big Island

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2 comments to La Ho’iho’i Ea – Hawaiian Sovereignty Restoration Day 2015 – Big Island

  • Phoenix

    Hawaiian sovereignty does not need to be “reclaimed”, because it was stolen, just like the rest of the planet, by the Crown Corporation. I have searched for 20 years for the key and i have found it. I agree that we need to act together as one. If it is done correctly, benevolently, and peacefully, there is no way that righteousness can be denied when on the side of creation/god/universe, as the “legal” system runs on luciferian doctrine and is a replica of true/natural/god’s law….the key is and has always been right in front of us. It binds the ENTIRE world, because everyone has one. It is the NAME…..hope to hear from u…..losethename.com…..peace 🙂

  • Restoration Day was/is a national holiday under the Hawaiian Kingdom, recognizing the day in 1843 when Admiral Thomas restored the flag and the sovereignty of the Kingdom after it had been unlawfully placed under occupation for five months by Lord Paulet. In a speech delivered at Kawaiahao Church, Kamehameha III uttered the phrase, “Ua mau ke ea o ka ‘aina i ka pono,” the sovereignty of the land is perpetuated in righteousness.

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