This Writ of Prohibition was emailled to President Bush and The Members of Congress August 11, 2001 and also hand delivered by our representitive to the UN.


From: akahixxxx@xxxx.com

Date: Mon, 27 Aug 2001 01:13:29 EDT

Subject: Writ of Prohibition

To: admin@freehawaii.org

Hi Eric,

I don't know if you received my e-mail, but we really need to specify the fact that the Writ to the U.S. government was the Kings action to protect the people from the Akaka Bill. That's what those numbers on the caption are, the writ was issued to prohibit the U.S.A. government from "any further action" on that bill until they prove jurisdiction (they have 30 days). Even if they had thirty years, they'll never prove it.

Anyway, I don't think it's clear enough that that's what this particular Writ is designed for. We need it specified on the front page, because the freehawaii.org website is the only way the people can see the action the King has taken on this matter. I noticed there's a big concern about the Akaka Bill on the Hawaii Indymedia. I love the "Assassination " (this is no joke part).

Anyway, whenever you have time let me know what you think. Congress will be back in session soon, and they may take action right away on this Bill.

Respectfully,

L.(Secretary to Majesty Akahi Nui)


Makesty Akahi Nui
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KINGDOM OF HAWAII, NATION
Sovereign Nation of God

writ of Prohibition, stop the akaka bill, Hawaiians are not american or under their domination, free hawaii

Demandant

vs.

President George Bush, Jr

Governor Benjamin Cayetano

President of the U.S. Senate, ]Dick Cheney

United States Senate President pro tempore, Robert Byrd

Secretary of the U.S. Senate, Jeri Thomson

U.S. Senate Sergeant at Arms, James Ziglar

U.S. Senate Secretary for the Majority, Martin P Paone

U.S. Senate Secretary for the Minority, Elizabeth B. Letchworth

U.S. Senate Chaplain, Dr. Lloyd J. Ogilvie

U.S. Senate Majority Leader,Thomas Daschle

U.S. Senate Assistant Majority Leader, Harry Reid

U.S. Senate Minority Leader, Trent Lott

U.S. Senate Assistant Minority Leader, Don Nickles U.S. Senate Chairman;

Democratic Policy Committee, Byron Dorgan

U.S. Senate Chairman; Republican Conference, Rick Santorum

U.S. Senate Chairman; Republican Policy Committee, Larry Craig

U.S. Senator Daniel Akaka

U.S. Senator Daniel Inouye

United States Senators and House of Representatives, Members, Offices, Agencies, Departments, Agents, Ministers, Corporations,and Counsels

1 THROUGH 5000
John Does and Jane Does

RESPONDENT(S)

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writ of prohibition issued by the nation of hawaii to stop the akaka bill
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S.81,H.R.617,H.R.617.IH,H.R.617.RH

 

 

WRIT OF PROHIBITION WITH AN ORDER TO RECIEVE AN ANSWER OF TRUE AND LAWFUL DOCUMENTED FACTS OF EVIDENCE OF JURISDICTION WITHIN (30) THIRTY DAY(S)


 

I, Majesty Akahi Nui, King of the Hawaiian Islands, indigenous aboriginal inhabitants Na Kanaka Maoli Hawai'i Nationals and Hawaiian Citizens of the lawful independent nation, am of 100% royal lineage of Liloa (k) and Akahi-a-Kuleana (w) formally issue this

WRIT OF PROHIBITION to UNITED STATES OF AMERICA President George Bush, Jr.,

STATE OF HAWAII Governor Benjamin Cayetano,

President of the U.S. Senate Dick Cheney, U.S. Senate President pro tempore Robert Byrd, Secretary of the U.S. Senate Jeri Thomson, U.S. Senate Sergeant at Arms James Ziglar, U.S. Senate Secretary for the Majority Martin P. Paone, U.S. Senate Secretary for the Minority Elizabeth B. Letchworth, U.S. Senate Chaplain Dr. Lloyd J. Ogilvie, U.S. Senate Majority Leader Thomas Daschle, U.S. Senate Assistant Majority Leader Harry Reid, U.S. Senate Minority Leader Trent Lott,U.S. Senate Assistant Minority Leader Don Nickles, U.S. Senate Chairman Democratic Policy Committee Byron Dorgan, U.S. Senate Chairman Republican Conference Rick Santorum, U.S. Senate Chairman Republican Policy Committee Larry Craig, U.S. Senator Daniel Akaka, U.S. Senator Daniel Inouye, United States Senators and House of Representatives Members, Offices, Agencies, Departments, Agents, Ministers, Corporations, and Counsels 1 THROUGH 5000 John Does and Jane Does.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA PRESIDENT George Bush Jr.,

STATE OF HAWAII Governor Benjamin Cayetano,

President of the U.S. Senate Dick Cheney, U.S. Senate President pro tempore Robert Byrd, Secretary of the U.S. Senate Jeri Thomson, U.S. Senate Sergeant at Arms James Ziglar, U.S. Senate Secretary for the Majority Martin P. Paone, U.S. Senate Secretary for the Minority Elizabeth B. Letchworth, U.S. Senate Chaplain Dr. Lloyd J. Ogilvie, U.S. Senate Majority Leader Thomas Daschle, U.S. Senate Assistant Majority Leader Harry Reid, U.S. Senate Minority Leader Trent Lott,U.S. Senate Assistant Minority Leader Don Nickles, U.S. Senate Chairman Democratic Policy Committee Byron Dorgan, U.S. Senate Chairman Republican Conference Rick Santorum, U.S. Senate Chairman Republican Policy Committee Larry Craig, U.S. Senator Daniel Akaka, U.S. Senator Daniel Inouye, United States Senators and House of Representatives Members, Offices, Agencies, Departments, Agents, Ministers, Corporations, and Counsels 1 THROUGH 5000 John Does and Jane Does.

In the Matter of "A bill to express the policy of the Unites States regarding the United States relationship with Native Hawaiians, to provide a process for the reorganization of a Native Hawaiian government and the recognition by the United States of the Native Hawaiian government, and for other purposes." you are now prohibited from any further action on the Kings word and based on STATE OF HAWAII'S authority being drawn from the government of the United States of America, which has no lawful authority over the land, people, resources, and independent government of the Hawaiian Island Archipelago.

Refer to Senate Bill Public Law 103-150, November 23rd, 1993 as attached. My position as King to the nation, land, and people, Na Kanaka Maoli, as well as all subjects of any ethnic background is clear to all those who can see. I shall endeaver to fill the grant of sovereignty over the Nation with the help and support of all thoes who reside upon and within the Kingdom of Hawaii Nation,

 

I, Majesty Akahi Nui demand to challenge all of the named above UNITED STATES OF AMERICA PRESIDENT George Bush Jr., STATE OF HAWAII Governor Benjamin Cayetano, President of the U.S. Senate Dick Cheney, United States Senate President pro tempore Robert Byrd, Secretary of the U.S. Senate Jeri Thomson, U.S. Senate Sergeant at Arms James Ziglar, U.S. Senate Secretary for the Majority Martin P. Paone, U.S. Senate Secretary for the Minority Elizabeth B. Letchworth, U.S. Senate Chaplain Dr. Lloyd J. Ogilvie, U.S. Senate Majority Leader Thomas Daschle, U.S. Senate Assistant Majority Leader Harry Reid, U.S. Senate Minority Leader Trent Lott, U.S. Senate Assistant Minority Leader Don Nickles, U.S. Senate Chairman Democratic Policy Committee Byron Dorgan, U.S. Senate Chairman Republican Conference Rick Santorum, U.S. Senate Chairman Republican Policy Committee Larry Craig, U.S. Senator Daniel Akaka, U.S. Senator Daniel Inouye, United States Senate and House of Representatives Members, Offices, Agencies, Departments, Agents, Ministers, Corporations, Counsels, John Does and Jane Does 1 THROUGH 5000. DEMAND to recieve a lawful and true documented evidence of facts of jurisdiction within 30 day(s) dated from day, hour, minute, and seconds of recieving this true and lawful document.

 

The FACTS AND EVIDENCE of GENOCIDE COMMITTED by United States of America, United Nations and the illegitimate STATE OF HAWAII and COUNTIES to our NATION PAST PRESENT REPEATEDLY. January 16, 1893 The Seed of Poisonous Tree of Doctrine ( unlawful overthrow committed by U.S. and the U.S. military force.(4) Executive Council S.B. Cole , J.A. King, P.C. Jones, W.O. Smith, who administered the Executive Departments of their unlawful Government which consisted of (14) members S.B. Dannon, A. Brown, L.A. Thurston, F.F. Morgan, J. Emmeluth, H. Waterhouse, J.A. McChesney, F. Wilhelm, W.R. Castle, W.G. Ashey, W.C. Wilder, C. Bolte, has planted the POISONOUS TREE OF DOCTRINE and it bears POISONOUS BRANCHES and FRUITS the illegitimate Provisional Government, illegitimate Republic of Hawai'i, illegitimate Territory of Hawaii, and now the illegitimate state of Hawai'i perpetuates the Poisonous Fruits of the Poisonous Tree of Doctrine a criminal act. The laws of the STATE OF HAWAII, and the COUNTY ORDINANCES are the poisonous fruits practiced by every Attorney's , Judges, Justices, Courts, and all those that are affiliated with their laws.

 

Whereas the indigenous Na Kanaka Maoli (Hawaiian) people never directly relinquished their claims to their inherent sovereignty as a people or over their national lands to the United States. (U.S.P.L. 103-150 11/23/93) Whereas the well-being of the indigenous Na Kanaka Maoli Hawaiian people is intrinsically tied to their deep feelings and attachment to the land. (U.S.P.L. 103-150).

 

The indigenous Na Kanaka Maoli were the original inhabitants of the island archipelago, Hawai'i. Na Kanaka Maoli (Hawaiian people's) oral traditions are passed on through chants, legends, myth and mo'oku'auhau or genealogies, and trace the origins of the ancient ancestors. Na Kanaka Maoli are a part of nature and nature is a part of them. In Na Kanaka Maoli language term which expressed this harmonious fundamental relationship was lokahi, unity. Related terms expressing this fundamental relationship was "aloha'aina," love the land "malama' aina" care for and protect the land.

 

Aloha'aina, love the land, aloha in Ke akua, love of God, aloha kekahi i kekahi, love one another, expresses the three precepts which formed the core of Na Kanaka Maoli philosophy, world view and belief system. It is important for a Na Kanaka Maoli to sustain supportive, nurturing and harmonious relations with the land, Akua and each other, particularly our 'ohana or extended family.

 

Na Kanaka Maoli traced their lineal ancestry to historical figures and ultimately, through them, to various deities and god of the land, ocean, forest and nature.

 

The land and all nature was the source of existence for Na Kanaka Maoli not only as the origin of humanity, but also as the source of natural resources for day-to-day subsistence. na Kanaka Maoli related to the land as an ancestor and dear friend giving its various moods at different times of the year; nurturing it with loving care. They did not possess or own the land or its abundant resources. This was inconceivable. Instead, they maintained steward ship over it planting and fishing according to the moon phased and the changes from rainy to dry seasons. The traditional Na Kanaka Maoli access to the resources they would need for subsistence and to allow for steward ship over the land to the lineal descendants associated with particular ancestral and akua.

 

The recognition of the Kingdom of Hawai'i was always in existence (1). The U.S. invasion in 1893. By virtue of its sovereign integrity as a member of the international community, Hawai'i had exclusive jurisdiction over its nationals within its defined territory, i.e., the Hawaiian Islands, the authority over such process by which the United States of America and her creation, the state of Hawai'i, now asserts its jurisdiction over the indigenous Na Kanaka Maoli, Hawaiian citizens acting within the Hawaiian territory are several:

 

1- the laws of nations including treaties, and customary international laws.

2- internal laws of sovereign nations.

3- the United Nations Charter and subsequent U.N. acts to carry out the terms of the charter.

 

We begin from January 16, 1893, a time when there can be no debate of the legal international status of two states - Hawai'i and the United States of America.

 

Both of these states were recognized in the international community as sovereign. Among the attributes of sovereignty were the exclusive right of a state to govern and exercise jurisdiction over its own citizens within its territories (2). Sovereignty remains in effect for states unless and until certain circumstances occur which properly changes the relationship between such states and other states or changes the relationship citizens and territories to existing states.

 

What are the those circumstances which were appropriate to have affected the change in lawful relationship between four international bodies the Kingdom of Hawai'i, the United States of America, Indigenous Na Kanaka Maoli, (Hawaiian citizens) and Hawaiian territory? The continued exercise of U.S. jurisdiction over Hawai'i is unlawful.

 

A. Under Traditional International Law Principles

a. On January 16, 1893, the nation of Hawai'i was recognized as a sovereign and independent nation equal in international rights as other similarly recognized nations of the world. The Hawaiian nation had treaties and executive agreements with other nations and peoples, including the United States of America, Belgium, Bremen, Denmark, France, the German Empire, Great Britain, Hamburg, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Netherlands. New South Wales, Portugal, Russia, Samoa, Spain, Swiss Confederation, Sweden, Norway and Tahiti (3).

 

b. As of January 16, 1893, the United States of America was equally recognized as a sovereign and independent nation equal in international rights as other states of the international community.

 

c. The laws of nations which included both international customary laws and the treaties in existence between the nation of Hawai'i and the United States of America were binding upon these two nations regarding their conduct towards one another (4).

 

d. The United States of America conspired to overthrow the Hawaiian nation and committed aggression against the nation of Hawai'i in violation of international law (5).

 

e. As a direct consequence of the U.S. misconduct, a puppet regime was established in Hawai'i, denominated first, the Provisional Government, and later the Republic of Hawai'i (6).

 

f. The Provisional Government and the Republic of Hawai'i were not governments of the people, by the people, or for the people but were primarily the creatures of the minority Anglo-Saxons who believed in the doctrine of divine right of the minority to govern the majority (7).

 

g. The United States of America executed treaties of annexation with de facto governments promoted and supported by the United States of America, i.e., first, the Provisional government in 1893, and the Republic of Hawai'i in 1897 (8).

 

h. Queen Lili'uokalani wrote letters of protest to president Benjamin Harrison and to the President-elect Grover Cleveland who was about to take office. When President Grover Cleveland took office, he rejected the request of the Provisional Government to annex Hawaii. The majority of the na Kanaka Maoli petitioned United States against annexation of their nation. The heading on Hui Aloha 'Aina's petition read: PALAPALA HOOPII KUE HOOHUI AINA "Petition Protesting Annexation"(9).

 

i. On November 1896 William McKinley, a Republican, was elected president of the United States, replacing the Grover Cleveland. McKinley was inclined to annexing Hawaii. In early 1897 McKinley agreed to meet with a committee of annexationists, L. Thurston, F. Hutch, and W. Kinney. In June 1897 McKinley signed treaty of annexation with representatives of the Republic of Hawaii.

 

B. Under Internal Laws of the United States of America

 

a. Both treaties of annexation were never consented to by two-thirds (2/3rds) of those presented in the United States Senates as required of all treaties in accordance with the U.S. Constitution (10).

 

b. The organic act presumptively extending U.S. citizenship (sec. 4) to Hawaiian citizens and descendants of them as well as asserting jurisdiction over the territory (sec.2) and citizens of Hawai'i was not properly grounded in that it was based upon the previous resolution on 1898 of annexation of Hawai'i (The Newlands Resolution, infra note ) (11).

 

c. Subsequent applications of laws by the United States of America upon citizens and activities engaged within the territorial limits of Hawai'i were based upon a presumption of appropriate taking of jurisdiction over Hawaiian citizens and Hawaiian territories. These applications of law are only as valid as the foundations provided by the joint resolution of annexation of 1898 (12) and the Organic Act of 1900. But if the instrument of annexation is illegitimate, all subsequent acts founded on the initial act are equally unlawful.

 

Fruit of Poisonous Tree Doctrine bears the poisonous fruits you shall be known by your fruits

 

What is happening to United States of America "in God we Trust" and its de facto state of Hawaii.

 

C. Under U.N. Process of Decolonization

 

a. Independent of the historical international relationship between the nation of Hawai'i and the United States of America by virtue of the U.S. membership in the United Nation specifically, under Article 73 of the U.N. Charter, the U.N. Charter obligated the United States of America and other metropolitan states found in similar circumstances, as a matter of sacred trust, to bring about self-government of people within territories.

 

b. The United States of America has continued assertion of jurisdiction over Hawai'i territory and its citizens,(13) Unknown to most of the people in Hawai'i, in 1946 under the charter of the United Nations at Article 73, the United States was charged with bringing self-government to Hawai'i.(14)

 

c. The Hawai'i "statehood" vote, the U.S., reported to the U.N. that it "had met its responsibility" under Article 73. Believing this to be true, the U.N. General Assembly by Resolution 1469 (XIV) in 1959 relieved the United States of America of further responsibility to report to the U.N. on Hawai'i.

 

The U.N. General Assembly subsequently adopted its Declaration on the Granting of Independence to colonial Countries and People, (GA Res. 1514 (XV) 14 of December 1960) and formed the Special committee On The Situation with regard to the Implementation of the Declaration on the Granting on Independence to Colonial Countries and People. That declaration and the activities of the special committee reflect that the actions taken by the United States in Hawai'i did not meet the standard of self-governance required under Article 73. The exercise of self-determination in Hawai'i has not been accomplished. The plebiscite taken in 1959 failed to meet the requirements of the exercise of self-determination for at least two reasons; the U.S. government altered the "self " in defining who qualified to participate in the process, and limited the choices which the people should have had only to a form of integration within the United States of America (territorial status or statehood), not to independence.(15)

 

 

CHRONOLOGICAL FACTS OF STATEHOOD

 

On August 21, 1959, Hawaii illegitimately became a fiftieth state when U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower declared that "the procedural requirements imposed by the Congress on the State of Hawaii to entitle that state to admission into the Union have been complied with in all respects."

 

While the colonial establishment has subsequently annually celebrated August 21 as a State holiday, only since about 1990, have we Kanaka Maoli begun to learn that the 1959 Statehood process was a fraud.

 

In 1946, at the time of the founding of the United Nations (UN), Hawaii was placed on the UN List of Non-Self-Governing Territories (colonies) eligible for decoloniztion as a consequence of the U.S.'s forced annexation of Hawaii in 1898.

 

According to the UN Charter, Chapter XI, Article 73, the U.S., as the administering (colonizing) power in Hawaii, had a sacred trust... to ensure, with due respect for the culture of the people concerned, their political, economic, social and educational advancement... and to assist them in the progressive development of their free political institutions." The U.S. intentionally failed to fulfill this "sacred trust" responsibility to the colonized Kanaka Maoli people.

 

Instead, aware that the UN was under pressure to refine a decolonization process that was to become General Assembly Resolution (UNGAR) 1514 in 1960, the U.S. moved to ensure that Hawaii (and Alaska) would be incorporated as states of the Union before 1960.

 

March 12, 1959, the U.S. Congress passed the Hawaii Statehood Admission Act (PL.86-3), before a vote on the issue by the colonized Kanaka Maoli people, in violation of the Kanaka Maoli right to self-determination.

 

Later, on June 27, 1959, a Statehood Plebiscite in Hawaii posed only one option on the ballot: immediate statehood. The colonial establishment trumpeted statehood as "equal opportunity and autonomy." The only other (unstated) option was for Hawaii to remain as a territory. No reference was made to two other options-independence or free association-as provided by UNGAR 742 of 1953.

 

All U.S. citizens in Hawaii, including U.S. military personal, were permitted to vote, instead of only the colonized Kanaka Maoli people who were the only island residents eligible for the execise of self-determination and who comprised only 16 percent of the resident population. The vote outcome was as predicted with a large majority in favor of immediate statehood.

 

On September 17, 1959, unknown to the general public, the U.S. misinformed the UN the "Alaska and Hawaii had attained full measure of self-government as admitted states."

 

On December 12, 1959, without public announcement, the misinformed UN General Assembly approved Resolution 1469 noting that " the people of Alaska and Hawaii have effectively exercised their right to self-determination and clarified some specific features, conditions and outcomes of the UN decolonization process:

The subjection of peoples to alien subjugation, domination and exploitation constitutes a denial of fundamental human rights, is contrary to the Charter of the UN and is an impediment to the promotion of world peace and cooperation.

All peoples have the right to self-determination; by virtue of that right they freely determine their political status and freely pursue their economic, social and cultural development.

Inadequacy of political, economic, social and educational preparedness should never serve as a pretext for delaying independence.

All armed action or repressive measures of all kinds directed against dependent peoples shall cease in order to enable them to exercise peacefully and freely their right to complete independence and the integrity of their national territory shall be respected.

Immediate steps shall be taken, in Trust and Non-Governing Territories or all other territories which have not yet attained independence, without any conditions or reservations, in accordance with their freely expressed will and desire, without any distinction as to race, creed or color, in order to enable them to enjoy complete independence and freedom.

Any attempt aimed at the partial or total disruption of the national unity and the territorial integrity of a country is incompatible with the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nation.

 

The colonized Kanaka Maoli in particular have never been publicly informed of the foregoing historical events.

This history does not appear in textbooks and is not taught as part of the core curriculum in the island colonial schools.


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