The articles linked below offer valuable insights into the election now being held by Na’i Aupuni intended to create a Native Hawaiian Governing Entity.
The essence of the Federal District Court ruling that denied the preliminary injunction sought by those trying to stop the election consisted of a finding that the election was a private matter, not involving governmental action. As such, the matter did not fall within the laws prohibiting official acts of discrimination or discrimination in elections. In making his ruling, the Judge noted that the election process was not being conducted according to the laws of the State of Hawai’i.
A moment’s reflection on that latter finding calls into question the legitimacy of the election process. For example:
— All laws regarding limitation on contributions as to the source or the amount do not apply.
— All laws requiring reporting of contributions to political candidates do not apply.
— If any questions arise as to the outcome of the election that suggest the counting of the votes was corrupt, the only appeal is to the organizations that ran the election and counted the votes.
— Those paid to run the election have every reason not to find any faults with how the election was conducted or counted.
— There are also no rules prohibiting people who are associated with the organizations running the election from being candidates. Those counting the ballots may be subject to influence because their employer is a candidate.
Of course, there is no reason to expect any integrity in a process that is simply the next step of the process that began with the United States act of war in 1893. The purpose of that process has always been to seize and extinguish the Kingdom. Dismembering the Kingdom by splitting off “Native Hawaiians” to live as second class citizens within the United States is the goal of Na’i Aupuni.