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Bumpy Kanahele and Hawaiian National Sovereignty

Some videos for your edification and enjoyment…

This video helps to explain the overall situation in regard to Hawaiian National Sovereignty and what Bumpy Kanahele is doing to assist in the integral education process and background of Hawaiian issues.

Bumpy Kanahele says that, “I can not stay with this Aha any longer. It would be a miracle if I ever do step back into that whole thing. That miracle for me would be for that body, and not just half of us, but EVERYBODY to proclaim the restoration of our national sovereignty. That is a term that has been buried just like our issue of the overthrow and stuff for many years. Believe it or not, Article 73 documents on this board here, basically started from Statehood. National Sovereignty was suppressed from that time.”

In 1993 we did not have technology to the extent that we have today. Back then we had to actually READ the actual paperwork and books to know what actually happened and speak with each other face-to-face and look into each other’s hearts and spirits. This is why we are traveling to outer communities and neighbor islands to teach and connect again with people’s hearts as well as their minds.

The main points of a Sovereign Nation has to do with these 4 issues:
1) Political
2) Economic
3) Social
4) Educational

“Whereas, the indigenous Hawaiian people never directly relinquished their claims to their INHERENT SOVEREIGNTY AS A PEOPLE OVER THEIR NATIONAL LANDS
to the United States, either through their monarchy or through a plebiscite or referendum;” — U.S. Public Law 103-150 (29th Whereas Clause)

From the Preamble of the Constitution of the Native Hawaiian Nation: “Honoring all those who have steadfastly upheld the self-determination of our people against adversity and injustice, we join together to affirm a government of, by, and for Native Hawaiian people to perpetuate a Pono government and promote the well-being of our people and the ‘Aina that sustains us. We reaffirm the National Sovereignty of the Nation. We reserve all rights to Sovereignty and Self-determination, including the pursuit of independence. Our highest aspirations are set upon the promise of our unity and this Constitution.”

* Article 73
* Act 195
* Act 395, Organic Act
* Legal Foundation
* U.S. Public Law 103-150
* Life of Resistance

Exercise your perfect rights to national sovereignty

1 comment to Bumpy Kanahele and Hawaiian National Sovereignty

  • “HI” how does one go about investing in da “ALOHA coin” also when will be “Bumpy’s” next “talk-story” on da “Westside”…?

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