Sign the Petition to

STEVE WILHELM & the County of Hawaii

We, the people who pay the taxes to you, our public servant, hereby request that the lands of our Konohiki promptly be returned to their rightful owner.  The state of Hawaii has no clear titles to these lands and any structure built upon those lands is an illegal crime of war against the inherent rights of the Kanaka Maoli.

The forceful and unlawful eviction of Abel Simeona Lui was an inhumane act of of violent nature and aside from the multiple International Laws that were broken, your team has also violated human rights with threats of violence, disregarded civil codes, and squatter's rights. 

For a corporation such as the state of Hawaii to break such laws, then impose ridiculous fees to our already high taxes, violates the rights of all taxpayers who are effected by your decision to pay a caretaker for this land with our money, is dead wrong and we are against it.  This is a serious violation of our human rights to have our tax dollars spent on your silly corporate greed, when our education system is failing our youth.  

We petition you to return the property to its inherent owner, Abel Simeona Lui and to include his voice on any decisions regarding the said property.

Signers:  We urge you to call Steve Wilhelm at: (808) 961-8441 and send in your written statements of disapproval to:  [email protected]


Signed,

Kahala Lei Azuma Maui

This petition closed about 2 years ago

How this will help

How many of us would like to see Abel Simeona displace for a new tourist attraction?

We all know that the economy is taking a nose dive, so what was the point in the unlawfully forceful eviction of...

How many of us would like to see Abel Simeona displace for a new tourist attraction?

We all know that the economy is taking a nose dive, so what was the point in the unlawfully forceful eviction of Unko Abel from the property in Kawa'a?  Do you want your tax dollars to be spent 3x's at the exact same time?  1-paying for the costs of fighting Unko Abel, 2- costs to manage the said property and 3- to continue to help others not go through this and the costs of helping our people.

Wouldn't it be much more beneficial to everyone, whether a supporting Kanaka Maoli or a de facto sheeple, to return the land to its rightful owner and Konohiki?

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