The purpose of
Moku O Keawe
is to protect and advocate political, social and economic gains to protect our aina, customs, traditional and constitutional rights and to continue to be consistent and persistent in educating ourselves and others as it changes Hawaii’s future.
the publication provides information on the Royal Commission of Inquiry, Hawaiian Constitutional Governance, the United States Belligerent Occupation of the Hawaiian Kingdom, the Continuity of the Hawaiian Kingdom as a State, Elements of War Crimes committed in the Hawaiian Kingdom, and Human Rights violations and Self-determination. The Royal Commission will provide periodic reports of its investigation of war crimes committed by individual(s) that meet the constituent elements of mens rea and actus reus, and human rights violations.
The National Lawyers Guild recently pushed out a press release about the US’ occupation of Hawaii, calling upon the US to immediately comply with international humanitarian law.
They argued that the Attorney General “cannot be allowed to knowingly and with intent benefit from the ‘war crime’ of usurpation of sovereignty that consists in the ‘imposition of legislation or administrative measures by the occupying power,’ which, in effect, leads to the violation of international law by denying a Protected Person of the right to a fair and regular trial by a properly constituted court.
It is heartbreaking to witness Hawaiians forced to such extremes to advocate for basic human rights, to be heard and seen as equals in a world that too often values Hawaiian culture as a plastic tourist hotel luau commodity, while authentic cultural practice is denied and policed.
A Rally was held yesterday to support Kulana Huli Honua in their care of Ahu’ena Heiau, beginning at 4:00pm. The rally, Ke Alo Naue I Ka Honua (meaning The Presence that Moves the Earth)...