KING PAKI-SILVA'S NON-VIOLENT
DIRECT ACTION PROCLAMATION
There is a parallel intensity between the Non-Violent Direct Action campaigns under Mahatma Ghandi, Martin Luther King Jr., and the many activities throughout the Islands in protection of the 'Aina.
Martin Luther King Jr. said, "Nonviolent direct action seeks to create such a crisis and establish such creative tension that a community that has consistently refused to negotiate is forced to confront the issue." He went on to further explain, "We who engage in nonviolent direct action are not the creators of tension. We merely bring to the surface the hidden tension that is already alive."
This is certainly the case with current issues. The 'Oiwi Kanaka are the current day descendants of the beginning People, the 'Oiwi Kupunas or original ancestors of our ancient land. In case after case, today's leading Kupunas are standing up to say "no" in defense of the 'Aina.
Mahatma Ghandi stated that, "First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win."
Martin Luther King Jr. also stated that, "Nonviolence means avoiding not only external physical violence but also internal violence of spirit. You not only refuse to shoot a man, but you refuse to hate him." This is the true sense of Kapu Aloha that is the essential truth within Hawaiian heritage.
KINGDOM CALLS ALL TO STOP COVID-19 THROUGH SPIRIT
The King proclaims Monday, March 23rd to be Virus Day. This is a day when all may join in their own manner to flood the virus with the energy of love.
Common Sense Protection Guidelines
Holiday Greetings from The King
Taking a Stand? Read This
Together We Stand Against Colonialism
“Victor Gillam A Thing Well Begun Is Half Done 1899 Cornell CUL PJM 1136 01” By Victor Gillam
This political illustration was published in 1899 where it was shown as a positive representation of President McKinley’s aggressive Imperialism philosophy as Colonialism took full hold of the United States. ... READ MORE
Ongoing Measures re Mauna A Wakea Protection
The Lie Behind a Humble Face
Aunty Pilahi Paki – The True Meaning of Aloha
When we meet for the first time, shake hands and hug; there is no judgement and we see no sins. This is… aloha.
The world will turn to Hawai‘i as they search for world peace because Hawai‘i has the key… And that key is aloha. ... READ MORE
Possible Violence Pending Against Hawaiian People
Urgent Request To The Kanaka Maoli
The Journey from Where We Were to Where We Are
In 2002, I accepted the role as Ali‘i Nui Mō‘ī – High Chief and King of Hawai‘i Nei. I did so with the purest of intentions and humility. I felt the spiritual calling of my ancestors and accepted the role as Ali‘ Nui Mō‘ī so that I could continue their fierce love and protection of these Hawaiian Islands. ... READ MORE
Legal Action On Mauna Kea and Restoration
Mauna A Wakea Proclamation
RESOLUTION - In Support of the Protectors of Mauna a Wakea Who Opposes the Building of the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) and Strongly Urges the TMT International Observatory Board of Governors to Withdraw Their Plans to Build TMT on Sacred Mauna a Wakea. ... READ MORE
Abolish the Doctrine of Discovery
Elements of the Doctrine have rationalized heinous behaviors against Indigenous peoples throughout the centuries. Forced removals such as the Trail of Tears, the seizure of natural “resources,” the destruction of traditional languages and cultures, the sterilization of Native American women, and the disruption of Indigenous communities, are examples of implementation of the concepts of “discovery” and “dominance.” ... READ MORE
Dolphins: CETACEAN COMMUNITY vs. BUSH
Military mid-frequency, aquaculture and vessels are the three major sources of sound pollution in the waters around Hawaiʻi. These three sources add up to sixteen times as many sound pulses than the normal baseline pulses. Spinner dolphins are particularly vulnerable because they hunt at night and sleep during the day in the bays around the Islands. The Kingdom of Hawaiʻi didn’t win in this particular case, but we are always actively fighting to preserve the natural habitat that is our great heritage. ... READ MORE
Pohakuloa Training Area Programmatic Agreement
The United States military uses the Pohakuloa Training Camp on the Island of Hawai’i to conduct bombing and other military attacks upon sacred lands.
At a recent “community consultation,” Ali’i Mana’o Nui Lanny Sinkin delivered remarks on behalf of the Kingdom. ... READ MORE
The King found this inspiring video sharing the basic Hoʻoponopono concepts to soothing music and compiled by Kristine Bloxham. We would like to thank Kristine for allowing The Kingdom of Hawaiʻi to post her work. Kristine, your lovely spirit represents all of Canada in a Pono (true) way. Mahalo Nui Loa, thank you very much.
Hoʻoponopono is the restoration of all things. Join with us as The Kingdom of Hawaiʻi takes Hoʻoponopono world-wide to bring about World Peace. ... READ MORE
“I, Lili‘uokalani, by the grace of God and under the constitution of the Hawaiian Kingdom, Queen, do hereby solemnly protest against any and all acts done against myself and the constitutional Government of the Hawaiian Kingdom by certain persons claiming to have established a Provisional Government of and for this Kingdom. That I yield to the superior force of the United States of America, whose minister plenipotentiary, His Excellency John L. Stevens, has caused United States troops to be landed at Honolulu and declared that he would support the said Provisional Government. ... READ MORE
Commonalities in Indigenous Philosophy
An invitation to all first nation people.
I am Edmund K. Silva Jr., Ali‘i Nui Mō‘ī, Sovereign King of The Kingdom of Hawai‘i (The King). These are my mana‘o (thoughts).
There are many in the world who do not know of Colonialism or the Doctrine of Discovery, yet for the Indigenous, this was the beginning of being invisible or, worse, being treated as sub-human beings. This explains why the Indigenous knowledge has been suppressed and disrespected. ... READ MORE
Service of Declaration of Independence
King’s Proclamation to our Sons and Daughters
What is it we fight for? We fight for the God Given right to live in Peace on our Ancestral Lands as Free people. We fight for your right to be Hawaiian and to dictate your own future. Let us step up to our sacred kuleana. Let us face our responsibilities. Let us think. Let us decide. Let Akua fill your spirit with mana. Let Akua fill your mind with Pono. ... READ MORE