‘Iolani Palace, Hawaiian Kingdom – In irrefutable measure of the need for government transition protocol, sovereign Hawaiians and supporting sovereign Americans will ceremonially mark the time in which implementors further define and burnish the administrative steps for the restoration of the Kingdom of beloved Hawai‘i. Restoration Day on January 17, 2021 at ‘Iolani Palace is the culmination of many sovereign Hawaiian Nationals who have been serving notice to the defacto government, namely, the State of Hawai‘i, for over a century. [most notably corrected]
Commemorations of the past have been full of vigor and with reports of growth and supportive messages from international allies. Every island, every Hawai‘i sovereign faction has produced notices of cease and desist. Serving a cease and desist notice as a Hawaiian National is the legal function by which one asserts a lawful position on any decided action that will be taken. While this has served many well, some have been slowed by the inability of the occupying forces to understand law. The time has arrived to intensify the clarification of the law and in doing so, and as Queen Lili‘uokalani set precedence, do no harm.
The demand to clarify the law has become an emergency. The placeholder government has failed so tremendously that disenfranchised aboriginal Hawaiians have been repeatedly given citations and fines in their homeland for “human habitation”. The illegalities by accomplice agents have created a climate of impossible event reversal. The fake state has perpetually contributed to the attenuation of practicability basics and humane treatment of subjects.
With fair mention, there are a few defacto departments that have realized Hawaiian Nationals, sovereign humans, the environment and prisoners of war have rights that lawfully deserve attention. In reporting such maturity, the Planning Departments of some counties have shown recent sophistication in handling the assertion of Kingdom constitutional law and its reflection on the tenuous State of Hawai‘i.
In other present day departmental growth, refreshing and timely conversations have been produced with the Hawai‘i Tourism Authority. County Police Departments have also begun to take clear steps towards understanding lineal descendant rights, in particularly, with land disputes. A Maui County statement from Police Chief Tivoli Faaumu clearly outlined the position that must be taken by officers during any land title dispute. He also took the opportunity to add protective language perchance any racially sensitive conflict should arise. This is an important proactive piece of correspondence that derived from a council member and through the mayors office. It is noteworthy to mention that this correspondence has assisted many who sought safe space refuge during the pandemic.
There are investigations and a consortium of lawyers working on holding war criminals accountable. Moreover, there are movements ensuring that the United States complies with the international law of occupation. All those who have realized their inalienable rights are asserting themselves with fellow Hawaiian Nationals. State of Hawai‘i must comply with international humanitarian law and begin to administer the laws of the Hawaiian Kingdom as the occupied State.
This is an important time wherein people, native to this ‘aina or otherwise, need to understand their inalienable rights. In the name of progress, all are welcome to Restoration Day at ‘Iolani Palace on January 17th, 2021, 10:30 a.m. Livestream information will be forthcoming.
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