April 29 2023
The Issue of Nationality
As soon as the fake annexation was executed in 1898, the traitors who sold out the Hawaiian Kingdom to the U.S., launched a rigorous denationalization campaign to erase any vestige of Hawaiian nationality and identity with the Hawaiian Kingdom. After three generations of relentless indoctrination, virtually all Hawaiians believed Hawaii was a “state” of America and that they (we) were all Americans.
It wasn’t until the 1970s that some began to see the United States’ claim to the Hawaiian Islands was fraudulent and began to challenge U.S. citizenship.
Why is this important?
When Hawaii is restored as a sovereign independent nation, Who will be its people? Who gets to make decisions and operate the nation? And for what purposes and for whose benefit? As an independent country, Hawaii needs its own people—its nationals—to be in charge.
What is a “Hawaiian National”?
A Hawaiian National (a.k.a. Hawaiian subject) is a person who considers the Kingdom of the Hawaiian Islands to be his or her home country. It is based not on ethnicity, but on one’s aloha ʻāina, love and loyalty to Hawaiʻi.
What’s the down side?
• The United States and the “Fake State” refuse to accept the Hawaiian Kingdom still exists, so treat Hawaiian Nationals in the Hawaiian Islands as illegal aliens... and often worse.
• This makes it difficult and even risky for Hawaiian Nationals to carry on many everyday activities such as driving cars, using banking services, obtaining employment, obtaining housing, traveling by air, paying taxes, etc.
• Until “the huli” (the flip) comes, Hawaiian nationals run the risk of discrimination, harassment, intimidation, coercion, prosecution, and jail by the U.S. and the “Fake State”.
What’s the up side?
• The U.S. occupation will end soon. Although the U.S. suppression of Hawaiian Nationals has been going on for over a hundred years, the injustices and abuses are being exposed and vigorously challenged.
• The more people claim and transition to their identity as Hawaiian Nationals, the more visible and tangible our nation becomes to our people and the world, the quicker the occupation will end.
Why should one become a Hawaiian National?
• To ‘come home’ and place your allegiance with the country to which you belong;
• To make the Hawaiian Kingdom visible as a nation with actual people;
• To participate in the reactivation and restoration of the Hawaiian Kingdom;
• To participate in re-building our nation.
Start asking yourself these questions: What is your nationality? Is it Hawaiian or American? To which country do you wish to belong? Start setting your sights and ordering your lives accordingly, so when the opportunity arrives, youʻll be ready to make the move to come home.
“Love of country is deep-seated in the breast of every Hawaiian, whatever his station.” — Queen Liliʻuokalani
Ua mau ke ea o ka ʻāina i ka pono. The sovereignty (life) of the land is perpetuated in righteousness.
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