For over a decade (on various internet platforms) we have been sharing a wealth of informative efforts and collaborative global dialogue that seeks remedy to this current model and meme of control, authority and bondage.
One of our mottos was “Take them to Court”.
Not to any governments’ court of justice, but rather to a People’s “Court of Record”, seeking Grand Jury remedy with disclosure; also known as EQUITY.
9-11 was and still is a fulcrum that is connected to Crimes against Humanity.
Lawful complaints seeking to remedy harm will lead to uncovering facts, perpetrators, and remedy.
We do not endorse institutional control, and having said that we know some people who do and will endorse institutions. Some of the people that organize institutions have good and honorable intentions that in this era of global transition will assist in collapsing the current matrix of control.
With the above concepts in the global dialogue we find the efforts by the Kingdom of Hawai’i a important development to share.
Many thanks to KP, and others who share. ~Ron
Ali’i Mana’o Nui Lanny Sinkin, 7-23-14… “Letter to OHA regarding Pūwalu”
This letter from Ali’i Mana’o Nui (Chief with great wisdom) Lanny Sinkin to OHA regarding a Pūwalu (coming together) “to discuss the diverse processes toward nation building”. Here are highlights.
“OHA did not invite the Ali’i Nui Mo’i [Edmund K. Silva, Jr.] to the gathering. Why not?… Is the failure to invite the Ali’i Nui Mo’i predicated on his being highly critical of OHA and calling for the Trustees to resign?
“Given that thousands of people now believe that the Ali’i Nui Mo’i is the one who can restore the nation, how does OHA take it upon itself to ignore him and fail to invite him to the gathering.
“Of course, the true nature of the gathering is the real problem. A State of Hawaii agency is trying to take control of the discussion on restoration of the nation to serve the interests of the occupying power by pursuing destruction of the Kingdom. Not inviting the Ali’i Nui Mo’i is simply part of that overall betrayal of the Kingdom. We understand that you have no legitimate foundation, so you build your house on sand.”
Listen to: Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3
Review The Facts and Stories of the Hawai’i State
Message from Ali’i Nui Mo’i, Edmund K. Silva, Jr., of the Kingdom of Hawai’i
Will the structure of languages and contracts change with global equity and remedy?
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Go First Nation of Hawaii