Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Aloha everyone!

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • akrauth
    replied
    Re: Aloha everyone!

    E komo mai!

    Leave a comment:


  • LikaNui
    replied
    Re: Aloha everyone!

    Originally posted by HWNJAP View Post
    You guys think it's a bad movement?
    Sorry for the Noob question? But why?
    If I may gently point out, as pzarquon already noted, that Kau Inoa is another thread. Click on that link, read through the comments there, then fire away there with any questions.
    And as others have said, welcome to HT!

    Leave a comment:


  • HWNJAP
    replied
    Re: Aloha everyone!

    Wow! Thank for the info guys.

    I didn't really look at it like that? Aren't they fighting for an sovern nation?

    I did read something about the controversy.

    You guys think it's a bad movement?

    Sorry for the Noob question? But why?

    Leave a comment:


  • pzarquon
    replied
    Re: Aloha everyone!

    The T-shirts are meaningless. I had no interest in one, before learning that they actually annoyed some of the more... colorful fringes of the Hawaiian sovereignty movement. Then I got 'em for my whole family, for the hell of it.

    I think my wife looks great in mine. Though she's not about to wear it out and about. I don't think everyone would have the same sense of humor as I do 'bout it all!

    Frankly, I want Scott Crawford's proposed remix of the shirts...

    But anyway. Kau Inoa is another thread. Welcome, HWNJAP.

    Leave a comment:


  • LikaNui
    replied
    Re: Aloha everyone!

    Originally posted by Lei Liko View Post
    Why would you want to anyway? You really need an ID card, t-shirt, bumper sticker, or [insert useless marketing tool here] to tell you that you're Hawaiian?
    And there's a large number of Hawaiians who are against Kau Inoa. Driving here and there around Oahu, I've seen lots of large posters and signs urging folks to not sign up. Perhaps someone can provide links to stories about that?

    Leave a comment:


  • Lei Liko
    replied
    Re: Aloha everyone!

    Originally posted by HWNJAP View Post
    [...]how do I register with Kau Inoa??

    Why would you want to anyway? You really need an ID card, t-shirt, bumper sticker, or [insert useless marketing tool here] to tell you that you're Hawaiian?

    /snark

    Leave a comment:


  • Glen Miyashiro
    replied
    Re: Aloha everyone!

    For starters you should read OHA's "Kau Inoa" Hawaiian governance registration FAQ page.

    Leave a comment:


  • HWNJAP
    started a topic Aloha everyone!

    Aloha everyone!

    I found this site by accident while surfing Google.
    Figured it would be a great place to find out information about Hawaii.

    Hey if my great grandfather was Hawaiian. But but my great grandparents weren't married how do I register with Kau Inoa??

    Any info would be appreciated!

    Thanks!
Working...
X