Letter for Sept. 27, 2016

• Textbooks should tell real story of Hawaii

Textbooks should tell real story of Hawaii

Due Diligence, years of investigation, I have found generous amounts of historical falsehoods worldwide. Polynesians are one of a host of cultures that arrived West America, Nordics, east America, long before Columbus was born.

Falsehoods must be removed and upgrades to education on this reality, embraced.

American plaques/statues etc should be removed as they are unrelated to Hawaii.

What has occurred in Hawaii-nei including the current fake state/citizenship fiasco, is the belligerent prolonged illegal U.S. militaropolitical occupation, which has been far more disturbing than a holiday name change.

Acknowledgment of “Indigenous” peoples, finally. Textbooks must begin to reflect corrected information as it relates to Hawaii “integrating as a federal domestic state.”

At the Universal Periodic Review of America, United Nations Human Rights Council, May 11, 2015, Pakistan member state, clearly posed a question requiring an answer from American representatives suggesting that Hawaii, Alaska, North and South Dakotas had never voted to be U.S. federal domestic states. In fact Russia, China, also have inquired “by what means did America Acquire Hawaii?”

In 1959, the U.S. misled the United Nations General Assembly, submitting false documents, that Hawaii and Alaska had voted to integrate as “federal domestic states.” Unbeknownst to the General Assembly, this document was accepted resulting in a worldwide false depiction. Also documented is evidence that annexation did not occur.

The Hawaiian Kingdom has never been extinguished, nor has our international law status. Total Independence and decolonization are the goals of kanaka maoli. The Nai Aupuna voting federal recognition is the most recent attempt to thwart continuing advancement of the Kingdom under International Law.

Truth and Integrity will prevail.

Debra Kekaualua, Anahola


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