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Kingdom of Hawaii Election To Be Monitored by League of Women Voters

The National Election Office of the Kingdom of Hawaii announced today that it has contracted with the Honolulu League of Women Voters to monitor the Kingdom’s national elections to be held in August 2009.

“The Honolulu League of Women Voters is an experienced election monitor” noted Richard Kamahele Figueroa, Director of the Kingdom’s National Election Office “they have extensive election monitoring experience having monitored numerous elections for the State of Hawaii, unions and others.”

Mr. Figueroa stated that “the role of the League as election monitor is to receive the ballots directly from the voters, count the votes and to certify the election results. “Voting will be by all Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiians) worldwide without regard to the degree of their Hawaiian ancestry”.

“This is a historic vote” stated Mr Figueroa, “We will adopt a Restoration Constitution and elect a President and Vice President and thereby restore the government of the Kingdom overthrown by the United States by force of arms in 1893, ending over one hundred years of the illegal colonial occupation of our country by the United States. “Our restored government will seekmembership in the United Nations and once again excercise sovereignty and governance of the Hawaiian Archipelago”.

For further information on the United States invasion and the 2009 National Elections see www.hawaiianindependence.com

3 Responses

  1. ……….here we go again.

  2. Sad if the League of Women Voters is lending its credibility to these explicit racists.

  3. Hey Damon, that link doesn’t seem to work.
    Someone just told me this was a scam… where did you hear about it?

    Damon – Sorry about that… links have been fixed.

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