HAWAIIAN KING CLOWNED
CRAZED FELONS ASSAULT WOMAN, CLAIM HAWAIIAN THRONE
ONLY, THEY COULDN'T FIND IT
Now These Clown-Princes Are Beating Up Women
Wife-beating, of course, really is an old Polynesian tradition. Nothing like a good beating to put da wahine in her place, eh, Brah? Hawaii probably has the highest rate of domestic violence in the nation, if not the world. The police do nothing about it. A Honolulu Police Department Sergeant stood by today, at the gates of the State-owned Iolani Palace museum two blocks from HPD headquarters, watching a female museum worker being repeatedly struck by several men, and did nothing. Well, not nothing: The cop walked away.
Hawaii State Sheriff's deputies have previously stood by and done nothing as "sovereignty activists," i.e. racist thugs claiming to be Hawaiian, assaulted women and children at State functions on the grounds of the Iolani Palace museum. The deputies indicated they sympathized with the attackers. One of the thugs in Friday's attack claimed to be a U.S. Marshall. The assaults at the former palace might almost be said to be sanctioned by law enforcement, if not perpetrated by them.
The Hawaii State Department of Land and Natural Resources, which is supposed to exercise control over the palace museum on behalf of all the people of Hawaii, has closed the museum. New rules for access to the palace are now being considered. Maybe they'll start checking for Hawaiian blood-quantum. But that could backfire, as most of these sovereignty clowns are less than half Hawaiian.
This is allowed to go on because it provides a convenient outlet for the personal frustrations of the life-long losers and fringe elements that make up most of the so-called Hawaiian sovereignty movement. As long as they have a sandbox to carry out their play-acting, there will be no attempts to actually accomplish anything. The palace provides a convenient place to watch and contain these fools, and a stage where they may humiliate themselves and de-legitimize their "cause." No serious Hawaiian would ever want to be associated with these assholes. So, no serious Hawaiian sovereignty movement will ever get off the ground. Problem solved. The clowns are just doing the work of the State and Federal government: Keeping the Hawaiians in check, forever.
"Police end 'Iolani Palace occupation"
' At one point, witnesseses said, three men shoved aside a palace employee as she attempted to allow someone onto the grounds. The incident occurred near the diamondhead side gate. A witness, attorney James Wright, said the men struck the employee and slammed her into a gate in front of a Honolulu police officer. All the officer said is "this is not HPD jurisdiction," Wright said. Wright said the woman was attempting to escort him onto the grounds when three men began to assault her. "They hit her and hit her and hit and the police sergeant stood there and did nothing," Wright said. While they were not punching her, "they were slamming her against the post and then slamming the gate on her," he said. "And the police officer did nothing to protect her. The cop literally walked away while she was still being pushed around." Said Wright: "They said she could leave but no one could come in." He said the woman did nothing to fight back except to shout "stop hitting me" and "stop assaulting me." The group let reporters onto the palace grounds for about an hour. '
' Alfred Love, a group member who contended he was a federal marshal, denied that anyone had been manhandled at a side gate. Love said he would escort the king to the throne. Love "placed the king of Hawaii and his kingdom under federal protective custody and arrested the state of Hawaii from doing anything that would harm or endanger the kingdom, or threaten the treaties of the USA by armed force" against the Kingdom of Hawaii, Nation, the group's statement read. '
"Purported monarch couldn’t find throne"
' Followers of James Kimo Akahi had planned to chain him to the throne in Iolani Palace that he claims for the Kingdom of Hawaii. But, Akahi said yesterday, the group couldn't find the throne room after breaking into the historic building. Akahi, 67, of Haiku, Maui, said he had never been inside the palace until Friday -- Statehood Day -- when he and 22 others in a Hawaiian sovereignty group were arrested by state officers. Court records show Akahi has 20 criminal convictions in Hawaii that date back to 1961, including assault, theft and burglary. '
"Police conduct questioned"
' DLNR spokeswoman Deborah Ward said yesterday that the palace would be closed at least through the weekend. "We are continuing our investigation into what happened and no further comment would be appropriate at this time," she said. Public access will be restricted "until it is possible for us to assess any damage and to ensure the palace doors are secure ... . We regret that we are unable to share the palace with visitors until the assessment is complete," a statement from the palace said. Lingle said the DLNR is in the process of reviewing the rules regarding 'Iolani Palace security. Those rules need to be rewritten in order to restrict access to maintain security, she said. "It's always a balance between having access for the public — because it belongs to the public — but also protecting it." Law enforcement officers from the DLNR remained on palace grounds overnight and into the early morning hours yesterday. Fifteen of those arrested face misdemeanor trespassing charges and were released. But eight of the protesters were arrested on suspicion of second-degree burglary, a Class C felony under Hawai'i law punishable by up to five years in prison. Those arrested on suspicion of burglary were listed on the arrest log as His Majesty Akahi Nui, leader of the group; as well as Wayne Nunes, Vinessa Fimbres, Tanya Kaahanui and Terry Kaahanui. Also arrested on suspicion of burglary were Donald Love-Boltz, Waynette Nunes and Akahi Wahine. Akahi Nui, a retired heavy equipment operator from Ha'iku, Maui, was released pending investigation. He said yesterday he'll be back. "I plan it. I know I can take it over. With the help of God, I will take it over," he said. Akahi Nui has a criminal record with 20 prior charges, including four felonies. "Everybody when they're young, they do a lot of mistakes. Your parents say not to do that, you still do that. I got plenty of charges, yes," he said. The charges were for burglary and assault and battery, he said. '
"Proposed New Rules for 'Iolani Palace and Grounds"
' I was a participant in the attempt to hold a pro-American celebration of Statehood Day in August 2006. That celebration was led by Senator Sam Slom and Representative Barbara Marumoto, and included the Kalani High School band. We had an official permit. But a crowd of secessionist agitators showed up before the celebration could begin. They posted very large banners stretching between the trees on the King Street side of the building, played music loudly from at least one boom-box amplified through loud-speakers, yelled at the participants through an amplified megaphone. They were there for the sole purpose of disrupting and preventing the celebration of Statehood Day. Like sharks, they began their attack by singling out the weakest, most vulnerable targets -- the children of the Kalani High School band. They walked right up to the Kalani students who were seated and ready to play their instruments, yelled loudly in their faces, gave warnings through their megaphone that bad things were going to happen and the students should leave. The parents and chaperones, fearing for the safety of the children, did indeed lead them away and back onto their bus before a single note of music could be played. Having successfully intimidated the band, they then swarmed the adult celebrants, with individual and small groups of hooligans stepping up nose-to-nose to yell in the faces of the celebrants including cursing, spitting, thrusting fingers repeatedly to within inches of eyes, and yelling historical nonsense. It was clear that the hooligans had a well-orchestrated plan, with individual protesters singling out individual celebrants. There was no attempt by any state or city or DLNR law enforcement officers to restore order and protect the legitimate celebrants -- indeed, it appeared there were zero security personnel present. A few weeks later at another Palace event (Liliuokalani's birthday) I questioned a group of three sheriffs in uniform who admitted that some sheriffs (perhaps themselves) had been sitting inside the Palace basement on Statehood Day and did nothing (perhaps because they sided with the views of the secessionists). '.
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