1) One school system - Kamehameha Public Schools. No private schools other than religious schools along with home schooling with a maximum of two families sharing home schooling teaching requirements and practices. All administrators, school leaders and teachers join together, work together, keeping in mind most of us came to Hawai'i after the original island people. We stand in back of native Hawaiians who were the human evolution aspect of the islands. Everyone else, became Hawaiian. The term "Aloha" was included in the south sea islands vocaulary but it actually became the first people to arrive here because it was already a natural part of these islands.
Midpac, Punahou and 'lolnai to be voluntarily transformed into Hawaiian Homeless Communities (HHC's), and managed with help from the Salvation Army. The Salvation Army has extensive experience in testing and segregating different drug and mental conditions. Homelessness is a well established subculture community that can not be dissolved. It needs to be accepted and delt with respect. It will not work to shuffle them off to Sand Island or some other isolated location. There contact is with the world and the primary community. Homeless people need to feel like we care. These campuses can be converted to great living conditions for the homeless. As mentioned artificial intellegence (AI) will replace up to 30% of the labor force.
'Iolani, MidPac, Punahou and Kamehameha, are elitist and divisive and as long as we identify with these differences we can never come together as equals. If you let the children, be together, they will work things out especially with well-intentioned teachers, principals and administrators. We need to be together, work together in order to come together in order to survive into the future.
Test Question: Compare and Contrast elitism to racism.
Training new skills and teaching yoga and other healthy activities will give these people a second opportunity at life. We need more technical and trade school training here too. Everyone living in these communities will be required to participate in the operations.
The challenges of the future require a strong sense of self which comes from self-discipline and the best forms of self-discipline are martial arts, including yoga and dance. I support all forms of martial arts beginning with the Hawaiian arts that also include hula and any other practices that involve the body, heart, mind and brain. Because of later life brain damage from hard head contact I would prefer to move away from activities like football, MMA fighting and boxing and even soccer where studies have shown that bouncing a ball of one's head can lead to, later in life brain damage. Muhammad Ali for instance. Because of knee and ankle strains and sprains in my early thirties I have recently had my left knee replaced and later my right ankle replaced. This is after 25 years of being unaware. I am now recovering from a tendon replacement surgery on my right foot.
2) I support the Thirty Meter Telescope on Mauna Kea. It is a continuation of the original Hawaiian people's relationship with the stars. The land is sacred but so too are the stars and the heavens. These islands are born more directly from the heart of the planet than any other place on earth, with molten magma rising up through a 50 mile diameter vent situated in a 300 mile diameter hot spot on the ocean floor almost three miles deep. Mauna Kea reaching up into the heavens and now human beings combine with nature reaching into the heavens with this great telescope. TNT will increase island security, attract world attention, create revenue and play a significant role in island independence.
3) The Rail: I had this notion that because of all the mistakes, everyone who's worked on it should be an expert, so all the better going forward. On second thought, it is a nightmare. Even asked to think about it is painful. Billions over budget and still not sure where it's going. It makes no sense as they say to keep throwing good money after bad. It needs to stop.
4) Unicameral legislature has only senators, no parties. No Democrats, no Republicans. However, each senator is registered as either Republican or Democrat. There was a "Hawaii Unicameral Legislature Amendment, SB2703 proposed in 2016, having 51 members but it never made it to the ballot. Nebraska is the only state with a unicameral legislature with 49 members that was established in 1934. Equal population districts divided by the number of districts equals the total number of senators. Each district elects one senator for 4 year terms with 2 term maximum. Salaries in Nebraska are $12k per year. The advantage is faster bill processing and greater public participation. Also, tends to separates state from the national legislative process making it simpler to transition into sovereignty if and when that becomes necessary. SB2703 was an Hawaii unicameral legislature proposal drafted in 2016 but never made it to the ballot.
5) Virtual Sovereignty: Establish a committee to create a virtual independent Hawai'i: Food supply and farming; Governance; Money supply; Education; Laws, etc. Even if it never happens, we need to create a community state environment that comes as close to being independent and sovereign as possible.
We can use Kingdom of Hawai'i or Hawai'i Kingdom, but I suggest not to affiliate or connect with any other country or the past. We need to be our own and on our own. Therefore:
Sacred Warrior Islands
We need to take on a warrior attitude and become warriors in order to survive the future. We cannot simply sit back to wait and see. We need to prepare for the worst and hope for the best.
(See Hawaii Nation on Dashboard)
6) Protection: I support stricter visitor monitoring. If possibly a type of travel visa form required to be filled out at the time of purchasing an airline ticket plus a revised form prior to landing. When you are arriving and when you are leaving and if staying longer notify on-line your situation that will be evaluated. One way tickets must all be approved individually. Politically active tourists will be deported and placed on a no-fly list. I would also encourage some type of residence application form for moving to Hawaii. I would evaluate charging fees for off-island property owners. Businesses making money from islanders and taking their profits offshore will be evaluated and assessed. Locals making profits from products, goods or services from Hawai'i to off-shore would be evaluated
7) Racism: Has become a serious problem on the mainland. It will not be tolerated here. Donald Trump created the opening for buried racial attitudes to come out into the open again. He made it ok. If you support Trump, you support racism. If you are a racist, please leave the islands. Peaceful Protesting: Would be allowed but not bearing arms. If you bring guns or other threatening forms of intimidation to a protest, you will be arrested, your weapon confiscated and you may lose the right to ever own a gun again in Hawai'i. I support the right to bear arms and even see the possibility of a militia, with the right leadership and participants. What I prefer is that you lock up your guns and find a martial art the suits you. A self-discipline and defense you feel most comfortable with, but remember it must include body, heart, mind and brain.
8) Military: The islanders and the military tend to get along fairly well. It needs to continue. Even if the future leads to sovereignty I support the military being here. That said, with regard to Red Hill, I read where a military official made a factual statement that the navy could maintain its storage tanks and protect the islanders. This is nonsense. Nobody can make such a claim. It appears the Navy wants to resolve this at the national level because they do not want to face the state of Hawaii with their orders to fix and repair. The tanks need to be relocated to Schofield which has much higher elevation that creates larger and safer buffer area between the bottom of the tanks and the aquifers. The Future: At this time Hawai'i is not capable sovereignty. Without an adequate food source, independence is impossible. As an isolated island state we need to become as independent as possible in the shortest time possible. We need to produce 70-80% of our food needs. I will be asking the Big Five as well as other large land owners to give back eighty percent of the land that was basically stolen from the native islanders. These families and businesses have made billions upon billions over the years and they simple need to give it back to the islands and to also help with the development of farming communities on these properties. I would also like to put the United States government on notice that we as the 50th state are considering requesting a peaceful transition back to independence and sovereignty. This will take some time to accomplish but could happen with benefits to both nations.
9) The Wealthy: The islands need to be governed by the common people, not the wealthy. The rich can play an important financial role and also participate in governing discussions. We need a political system where money does not decide the winner. We need to go forward into the future as if money may soon have little to no value. As long as money has value, we need to move forward as quickly as possible to become safe, self-contained and independent. United States population is at an alarmingly low rate of expansion and experts are saying we need to have more children or allow in more foreigners. Slow growth leads to a contracting and shrinking economies. This is not sustainable. Look at the environmental changes we are experiencing now. More people will only make it worse. We need to figure it out now, not when we have 10,11 or12 billion people. Wealthy people are purchasing property in the Hawaiian Islands where they can safely remove themselves from the mainland or from their own countries growing chaos. Many are building in ground bunkers in the Midwest and underground homes in other hiding places around the world like New Zealand.
10) Other Proposals:
a) Legalize Marijuana with regulations and impose large export duties.
b) Legalize prostitution with regulations - It's already happening but unregulated.
c) Guns are ok with regulations and registrations.
d) Hard on hard crime and repeat offenders, sending them to mainland prisons and placing them on a no-flight list permanently or for a period of time after their release.
e) No casinos, but open to discussing.
d) Reduce traffic: Too many cars idling for hours and going nowhere.
e) Purchase additional aerial fire fighting equipment.