on 4/2/04 8:43 AM, Wilson, Bruce at b----------n@mail.courtswv.org wrote:

 

http://www.4dw.net/royalark/Hawaii/hawaii9.htm

 

This site apparently shows H.R.H. Prince Quentin Kuhio Kawananakoa as the current claimant to the Hawaiian throne. Why is your claimant a better candidate?

 

Webmaster's Reply:

I'll forward this to the office of the Kingdom of Hawaii, for an official response but here are a few points to ponder:

 

- His Majesty travels internationally on a Kingdom of Hawaii - Diplomatic Passport <http://www.freehawaii.org/paspt.html> , the "Prince" if he travels, must use an American Passport

 

-His Majesty continues to restore treaties with Nations that had treaties with the Hawaiian Kingdom, prior to the American invasion <http://www.freehawaii.org/pictures.html>

 

- When Majesty went to the UN they acknowledged Him as King of Hawaii <http://www.freehawaii.org/undance.html>

 

- He has the deeds to the Hawaiian Islands (checked by the Attorney General of the de facto State of Hawaii and pronounced genuine) <http://www.freehawaii.org/deeds.html>

 

- He is the holder of the Hawaiian Royal Seal <http://www.freehawaii.org/royalseal.html>

 

The qualifications go on and on, I hope you find this helpful,

Aloha Ke Akua, Your's for a FreeHawaii--Eric Samuelson

Webmaster, <http://www.freehawaii.org/>

Lissa's Reply:

Aloha Eric:

 

I think you answered very well. I will not suffer His Royal Majesty Akahi Nui the indignity of viewing this E-mail. His Royal Majesty is not a "candidate" or claimant. His Majesty Akahi Nui is the King of the Hawaiian Islands. The Crown and Throne have been claimed by the proper authority and reserved for the Kristo. His Royal Majesty Akahi Nui is appointed and annointed by Io, the Great Creator. One thing you may like to inform the gentleman, the soil of the Hawaiian Islands is owned by the Kingdom of Hawaii Nation Ministry Trust, Majesty Akahi Nui Trustee. All upon the soil of the Hawaiian Islands would do well to tread cautiously when speaking of the Crown and Throne.

 

Respectfully,

Lissa Kahiamoe

secretary for HRM Akahi Nui

& King's Legal Consul