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the indigenous Hawaiian people never directly relinquished their claims to their inherent sovereignty as a people or over their national lands to the United States, either through their monarchy or through a plebiscite or referendum.
Hawaii’s Royalty Streetwear Company. To Defend Hawaii, is to defend the spirit of aloha. It is the resolve, accomplishment and state of mind, that is perpetuated through our culture and traditions. So that generations to come will live in our footprint. No where on God’s green earth can mirror the unconditional acceptance and support we show to family and strangers alike. It is our duty to preserve this spirit. To Defend Hawaii is to defend aloha; by any means necessary.
Originally posted by stormofnight
except ther are no true 100% hawaiians left,they are somoans.
However, the people I see sporting this logo in it's various forms are the same people who are eating at the 50 McDonald's restaurants in Hawaii, the 28 Kentucky Fried Chicken's, (side note, I was appalled at the number of fast food places when I got here. They're everywhere!) shopping at the huge Kmarts, working dead end jobs, doing drugs, and generally embracing the American way. If people here really wanted to defend Hawaii, wouldn't they stop supporting these places? Wouldn't they stop smoking meth, get a job, run for city council positions, start petitions, be active in their communities? Isn't there something they could do besides sporting the trendy street-wear and acting like they give a crap about their nation?