US President George Bush asked about Hawaiian Sovereignty


It was recently reported to us, (if anyone has the exact quote please send it to us), that Bush was asked in a press conference "What about Hawaiian Sovereignty?" His response was curt and impolite, he did not want to talk about that. (We noted that he did not deny that it was true or that it was an issue, but it was not a topic he wanted to discuss.)

We know that he knows because of these documents sent to him and his office:



That aught to be sufficient information for anyone:

* Several pages that denote the Laws of Nations:

There are no doubt many other sources that could be quoted here but this is enough, especially when you take into account America's Public Admission of Guilt Where the US spells out "we (they) were wrong" says:

(3) apologizes to Native Hawaiians on behalf of the people of the United States for the overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawaii on January 17, 1893 with the participation of agents and citizens of the United States, and the deprivation of the rights of Native Hawaiians to self-determination;

 Dear U.S. President Bush, please note: "The Kingdom of Hawaii is restored, (see Majesty's Proclamation to the World) Give Hawaii back it's right to Self determination" It was not a government entirely of Aboriginal Hawaiians then, nor is it now. It is not a matter of "Blood Quantum" (that was something the Nazi's did, are you identifying with them?) or race. It is not a matter for the Bureau of Indian Affairs or an internal matter. Hawaii was, and is again a part of the Community of Nations.] - previous webmaster Eric

Since then there's been another National election and one of the visiting Secret Service men took his Majesty aside and told him in no uncertain terms, Bush does NOT want to be the president that loses the 50th Star. I wish I'd been there, 'cause my response would have been why not give it to DC, they actually want to be a State in the Union. If Bush is such a God fearing Moral guy, he should do what is right and restore the Nation of Hawaii - previous webmaster Eric

Akahi Nui and Akahi Wahine
His Royal Majesty, Akahi Nui and Her Highness Akahi Wahine

Letter to President George W. Bush Jr.



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