Palace incident is called show of rights

Palace incident is called show of rights

There are 347 comments on the Honolulu Star-Bulletin story from Sep 8, 2008, titled Palace incident is called show of rights. In it, Honolulu Star-Bulletin reports that:

WAILUKU Majesty Akahi Nui's followers want to restore the Kingdom of Hawaii with him on the throne.

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in my country

Dhahran, Saudi Arabia

#1 Sep 8, 2008
Where did Mr Lingle go when the warriors occupied Lolani Palace?

Does he have a safe house?
WHAT

Ewa Beach, HI

#3 Sep 8, 2008
Are you serious?
Ex-Lax

Troy, MI

#4 Sep 8, 2008
They shouldn't be charged because they couldn't find the throne.
Disgusted Native

United States

#5 Sep 8, 2008
This guy and his friends are the best friend the anti-Hawaiians have. He makes Hawaiians look foolish and silly. All Hawaiians should renounce his stupid "takeover" of the Palace.

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pake

Naha, Japan

#6 Sep 8, 2008
Yuo, losers!
Kahuna

Dallas, TX

#7 Sep 8, 2008
Disgusted Native wrote:
This guy and his friends are the best friend the anti-Hawaiians have. He makes Hawaiians look foolish and silly. All Hawaiians should renounce his stupid "takeover" of the Palace.
Couldn't agree more! It's groups like this that drive people to scoff at the sovereignty movement.
Derek

Honolulu, HI

#8 Sep 8, 2008
okay if you want to be your own
F---ing nation.... then no more foodstamps and monies from the U.S. Federal government
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Honolulu, HI

#9 Sep 8, 2008
who is abigail... the descendent of an elected king who squandered the kingdom's money to build that palace. she should use some of that campbell estate money to buy herself a muzzle. she is not a princess. she is an imposter.
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Honolulu, HI

#10 Sep 8, 2008
akahi nui and anyone else who breaks into the palace is ridiculous. leadership does not start there... it starts in the communities where hawaiians are living and struggling. help the people from where it counts.. that is how one shows his or her leadership. and as for the kawananakoa's.. starting with abigail... she does nothing for her people but continue to tell us that she is the royal one. if you think you deserve some royal title... get off of your royal @$$ and get your hands dirty by helping the people.

Since: Jun 08

United States

#11 Sep 8, 2008
"He said a basis for his claim is the 1993 congressional resolution apologizing for U.S. participation in the overthrow."

This should be a lesson to congress. Apologizing has a similar affect to admitting to the officer that you were speeding. He already knew that when he decided to pull you over, but now it gets easier to get more money out of your pocket.

I wonder if Mr Majesty Akahi Nutjob speaks Japaneese. He would have for the last 65 years or so had the USA not taken over when it did. If he survived the labor camp.

Since: Nov 07

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#12 Sep 8, 2008
I'd like to see if any nation would accept these Hawaiian passports if the Akahi's tried to travel overseas.

I wonder if our Honolulu and the three County police departments have pulled over those who have used these "Hawaiian Kingdom" license plates?

I also think it's funny that all these sovereignty groups, and the Kawananakoa family, all want to stake a claim to the throne. All these people want to be the "Chief" and want the others to follow. Just an indication of what would happen if Hawai'i reverted back to a monarchy. In-fighting and arguing between families and clans on who should be the King and Queen and enjoy the spoils of a monarchy.(Hint: The "little people", you and I, would still be busting our behinds to make ends meet while funding a bloated, and most likely, corrupt government.

Why should we trade one tyrant (Our Democratically-controlled state government) for another (A monarchy)?
Misty

Evansville, IN

#13 Sep 8, 2008
Eric Seabury wrote:
I'd like to see if any nation would accept these Hawaiian passports if the Akahi's tried to travel overseas.
I wonder if our Honolulu and the three County police departments have pulled over those who have used these "Hawaiian Kingdom" license plates?
I also think it's funny that all these sovereignty groups, and the Kawananakoa family, all want to stake a claim to the throne. All these people want to be the "Chief" and want the others to follow. Just an indication of what would happen if Hawai'i reverted back to a monarchy. In-fighting and arguing between families and clans on who should be the King and Queen and enjoy the spoils of a monarchy.(Hint: The "little people", you and I, would still be busting our behinds to make ends meet while funding a bloated, and most likely, corrupt government.
Why should we trade one tyrant (Our Democratically-controlled state government) for another (A monarchy)?
I couldn't agree more with you. Everything you have stated is spot on. The only change from the "democratic" government we have to the monarchy they want is the fighting, as you stated, between clans.

I wonder if they fully realize the consequences of becoming a monarchy. They would lose citizenship and statehood, not to mention all the benefits (and consequences) that are given with statehood.
Pops

Honolulu, HI

#14 Sep 8, 2008
Put this idiot(Akahi)in a cage and throw the key away. Maybe give him the death penalty. Stupid as stupid can be.
dudealohajoe

United States

#15 Sep 8, 2008
Derek wrote:
okay if you want to be your own
F---ing nation.... then no more foodstamps and monies from the U.S. Federal government
What? Da whole Waianae Coast goin' starve2 death.
dudealohajoe

United States

#16 Sep 8, 2008
Half da island goin' be homeless.
Hanahou

Honolulu, HI

#17 Sep 8, 2008
AS a part Hawaiian if the KIng and Queen was in contol most things would be KAPU, At least as a Hawaiian American I can go bust my okole working and eat what kind of fish I want and travel where I want as long as I have the Kalaa. Only bad thing is if I commited a serious crime I could get in my canoe and head for the city of Refuge, instead of Occc.
Big Hub

Saint Louis, MO

#18 Sep 8, 2008
This is amazing. Why have the native hawaiians accepted these almost complete wipe out of their culture and lands. Their placid response seems to only encourage others to disregaurd them as irrelavent. I feel otherwise myself. They are some of the most impotant cultures still around. I will continue to watch this as it developes.
Kukui

San Diego, CA

#19 Sep 8, 2008
Akahi is not one of the EIGHT MONARCH
(7 KINGS & 1 QUEEN) who ruled the
entire Hawaiian Islands.

Foolish to use his subsistance monies
only to get arrested and post bail.

Couldn't find the location of the throwns.

Not a good example to those of Hawaiian ancestry.

PAU..
dudealohajoe

United States

#20 Sep 8, 2008
Da welfare blalahs only git tree goals in life...

1. Food
2. Fahk
3. Fight
meeh

Ewa Beach, HI

#22 Sep 8, 2008
...i place my name...

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