July 17, 2014
To: Mr. John Strylowski
Office of the Secretary, Room 7329
Department of Interior
1849, C Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20240
via email: email@example.com
We are writing regarding Secretary Jewell’s recent fact-finding mission in
the Kingdom of Hawai’i.
We, the undersigned, have always felt a closeness to our land and soil which
the Kingdom of Hawai’i took care of as good stewards based on the Holy
Bible’s mandate in Leviticus 25:23 before Cook’s arrival. The arrival of
other aliens into our lands changed the dynamics of our society, our culture,
our way of life culminating in the invasion and forcible acquisition of a
lawfully constituted sovereign monarchy.
After statehood in 1959, our ancestral rights as Aboriginal Peoples were
slowly diminishing, and now faces complete eradication with alien laws,
rules and regulations designed to our detriment and patent disadvantage.
Here and there, we receive some semblance of benefits, but these are
primarily there to further entrench and establish vested interests of special
We have no interest in a nation-within-a-nation standing or status; neither do
we wish or desire any intervention or intercession by the Department of
Interior, or any other Department or agency of the federal government and
the “state government” presently operating as the State of Hawai’i.
The opinions of several dozen people who are anti-monarchy does not
translate into a tacit concurrence by an entire population of Native
Hawaiians with blood ties and relations to Aboriginal Hawaiians. We seek
the full restoration of the Kingdom of Hawai’i to its original standing
and status as a sovereign monarchy. We have qualified individuals within
our ranks to take care of the business of our Kingdom.
We will consider re-opening diplomatic ties with the United States of
America after we consult with our People.
Everyone who has made the Kingdom of Hawai’i their home is welcome to
stay. But, all references to the State of Hawai’i will necessarily be
discouraged and outlawed as it is an affront to the inherent sovereignty of
the Kingdom of Hawai’i.
You can still have 50 stars on the national flag when and if Washington D.C.
is admitted as a state of the Union. After all, if you can invade a foreign
sovereign nation with impunity, you can very well include a territory within
continental America as one of the States with a scratch of the pen.
This is the heartfelt wish of the People of the Kingdom of Hawai’i. Please
add our thoughts and opinions to the ongoing fact-finding mission of