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No, I don't know anything about the chase for Niihau. I just wonder, what are you going to do with the beast you hunted? There was a boyfriend who invited us to a barbecue and he asked me if I wanted to go with him.
So I said, what do you want to chase? As I moved my first few little finger next to my own teeth. " Yep, about 200 pounds " What are you gonna use? This is the Hwaiian way of chasing pigs that has been handed down from generations to generations.
Won't anymore, but just ask what match you will be keeping track of, and if you will be chasing the hawaiian way?
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It is only recently that it has been allowed to hunt on this privately owned Island in Hawaii. Polynesia's wild pig and wild hybrids are rich. The hunt is possible all year round, weapons can be provided and trophy preparation and shipping.
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As an outsider and cue ball, I once visited Hawaii and heard from that isle that we were not permitted to go there. For Hawaiians only, I recall I was called. Sometimes they call it the Forbidden Isle. Name of Niihau. about Niihau.
That' Adia White, a social network journalist who was raised in Maui. For Niihau, however, they didn't tell us much. As in Niihau, humans still exist as before Hawaii's colonization. Niihau can be seen on a chart. It' south of Kauai. It was they who chose to be invited and how they wanted to be.
About a year ago, she began to investigate what was happening on Niihau. It' essentially a whites' familiy who own everything and run the store even though they don't reside there. You lay down the ground rules that seem to be unspelled. Some of the by-laws are managed ad hoc in an unforeseeable way.
Can' t just go to Niihau and interrogate the island' s population. Even those who are leaving Niihau and moving to the other Hawaii islands are quite desperate about being there. who were willing to speak to them. It is no mystery how Niihau came about.
In the 1860' s, when Hawaii was still a realm, the emperor was selling the islands to a large household for 10,000 dollars in cash. There was a fellowship of about a thousand Hawaiians there. The Hawaiians in Hawaii may not be as tough as they are now, according to the Hawaiian people.
Of course that date came, and the familiy tried to keep their pledge to the Emperor all these years. She' s living on Oahu now, but her mum and dad are from Niihau and she used to live there every year. The other Niihauans we spoke to, Tuti, they all described the same thing.
Actually, nobody uses cash for Niihau. In those few and a half day they have sun collectors to recharge their telephones and pads and a few lorries to bypass the isle. We have been informed that it is compulsory to attend Niihau University. The Niihauis, the Robinsons, are also renowned totalitarians of vices, and they have always demanded that the inhabitants of the islands should share the same set of norms.
If you get busted, for example while you' re drunk or using a drug, you can be thrown off the isle. This is a strange sentence when you talk about genuine man. Keith and Bruce are the oldest members of the Robinsons. In it he speaks a little about Niihau.
I don't think there's a single case of AIDS on the isle. I would like to clarify if this sounded like a strange colonialistic plan that continues into the twenty-first-century and which has whites laying down the regulations for the indigenous Hawaiians. Niihau's village inhabitants are US nationals.
You' re living on an isle that this familys private property. However, if they want to remain, they must abide by the regulations that this is a regular heaven. They want to remain. Everybody we talked to, who was living there, even the folks who were critical of the Robinsons, all said they like it.
It was the only, only community occasion on the islands besides partying when they had a party. It' an isle full of alaoha. They' ve been shipping tinned food and other food from Kauai to complement fish and game. Alternatively, they go to Kauai and sometimes do their own shopping. Some of the laws on Niihau seem a little more random than the others.
Paul Kahokuloa says his father was thrown off the Isle when he was 13, and Paul went with him. There are no mustaches permitted on the beach. We talked about the general rule and his aversion to it, and then he said something like this. That' the mean one who's gonna knock everybody down if they ask me, why can't you go back to Niihau[INAUDIBLE]?
And she wanted to show what it was like on the Isle. So, she sometimes write about the isle. She also did a number of TV-interview sessions with her and asked her what she remembers. The Robinsons didn't see it that way, and now she can't go back to the isle.
For them, the testimonies, the article, everything that could be called the first Niihau rules violates. You' re not talking about Niihau. That punishment - apart from some islanders, even volunteers - was the thing the Niihauans we were talking to were most desperate about.
Tutti's sister Doreen - everyone called her Aunt Deer - was excluded from the move to Niihau because she was away too much while. Until she was about 30, she was living on the isle, but then she went to Kauai to look after her mother, who had a heart attack. She wanted to withdraw after her parents' death, but she could not, she says, because of Leiana.
She is a Robinson matrixarch, and she is the one to call if you want to go back to visiting or living full-timers. Cause it' like the island's callin' me to go back there. It doesn't help that you can see Niihau from Kauai.
Niihau is a clear, hilly hunchback that only makes a jump over the sea. Bruce Robinson, the younger of the two Robinson Brotherhood, is regarded as the head of the Isle. However, as he grew older, the daily leadership of Niihau moved from Niihau to his own woman Leiana, which was very thrilling for the locals because Leiana is one of them.
It was actually the pastor's daugther on Niihau, about 30 years younger than Bruce. We now have our own, which is in a place where it can make changes and make good changes, and does not have to be so strict about our own. yes? She' s treating humans the way the Robinsons used to treat humans.
Tuvok says she asked Leiana a few of the time if she could go back to the isle. If you want to go back to Niihau, you can go on the boat. There are only 20 or 25 persons on the boat. Just like other folks who leave? I' d ask someone in my extended household, can you ask Leiana if I want to go to Niihau?
We hadn' thought of that, but it was so clear when folks pointed it out. Somehow, on such a small isle, everyone will be related. This dynamism between Tuti and Leiana is therefore a genealogical one. Indeed, humans use the term oakana, meaning to describe the entire Niihauan society, both on and off the Isle.
While Tuti is a technical member of the Uhana, Leiana no longer considers her a member. The Robinson boys and Leiana had the last say. In contrast to what Aunt Deer tells us, there are those who move from Niihau to Kauai for a few years, who are permitted to come back, but these are more involved in Leiana's inner circuit.
Those you hear about in this tale are a rather self-chosen group. The reason they speak to us is either because they feel they have nothing to loose or because they have a problem with the way the isle is run, if not with Leiana herself. All this police work about who can come and go to the isle and all the refugees, we were wondering how many others still live on Niihau.
However, even this fundamental fact - the Niihau community - was difficult to establish. Shortly before the Robinson forebears purchased the isle in 1864, about a thousand persons lived on Niihau again. They were concerned about what would transpire if the whites took over.
Indeed, the village inhabitants sent two deeds to the Hwaiian authorities asking them to buy or rent the land themselves, but no one heeded them. In the next four years 700 persons left Niihau. Niihau has 170 inhabitants in the last 2010 population. However, Pulani Kahokuloa said that the fellowship has really shrunk since then.
At the moment there are 1, 2, 3-- at least five homes are still on Niihau. So, how many guys are there? Twenty-one, twenty-five or so? There are only 25 guys on Niihau? First you can verify it with Leiana. I' d say at that time we had already begun to reach Leiana.
I' ve just dropped off a message at your phone. So then a pensioned journalist I came into contact with said that we were working on this one, so I dropped her a second mail. Anyway, we asked some folks how many village inhabitants are still on the Niihau islands and the reach is between 35 and 50.
There was even a grocer on Kauai who had grown up in Niihau and said that almost nobody was there. But when we said what we were doing, he said, does that mean they can come back now? In contrast to common opinion, Niihau has a cellular system.
I' m on Niihau. So, I thought I should call you from Niihau. There' a way to get into Niihau. In the 1980s, the Robinsons purchased a chopper to react to medical emergency on the islands. In order to compensate for the costs, they began to offer tours to Niihau for tourists.
Anyone with $440 who isn't scared to fly in a chopper can take this half days trip, hovering over the islands and then landing on its most northerly shore for a few inches. There were no humans. It' like we found an isle. During the overflight, the chopper driver served as a tourist leader, pointing out places of interest and speaking about the animal world of the Isle.
Niihau was considered by some to be the most peaceful place in the canyon. After four hour on the shore we couldn't understand what it was like to live there. There are also safaris where hunters are paying to kill the boars and other deer.
However, the most sustainable revenue stream on the isle is one that sounds neither old-fashioned nor Haiwan. There is a Navy radio station on the isle and a new agreement provides for 19 full-time workstations. In addition, various navigation drills were performed on the isle. Keith, the elder brother, spoke to the village people about working with the Navy at a 2015 Niihau state naval hearings.
You' re living rent-free. So we tried to get hold of Leiana a few more time so that she would pick up everything we had listened to, and it began to look like a cul-de-sac. Then on our last full working days on Kauai, just before 9:00 a.m., my telephone called. Leiana had been incorporated into this tremendous intruder.
Soon after we said the first name Tuti Sanborn, she did some kind of epoxy role in the eyes. It was Leiana who said there was a line on how long you could be away from the fellowship and still be left behind in Niihau.
It can only take so many and it must make decisions. Said the villagers don't want her to be the voices of the folk, which means that Tuti is documenting Niihau's existence for the outside community. As a result, a collegiate lecturer is killed after he snuck onto Niihau to try to take a scarecrow.
The show features air photos of Niihau, although the original pictures in the original town look as if they were shot somewhere else. So Leiana said it's not her right to be her first character on Niihau, especially a big one. There' s a sequence in one of the films in which the Robinsons' chopper flies over one of their plots on Kauai.
So Leiana felt herself carved out of it. What it's all about, Tuti wasn't the first man on Niihau for Hawaii Five-O. We' re asking Leiana about the rule of haircuts - Pulani's big fan. Said they didn't like ink on the isle, piercing or dyes. She says that attending Niihau is not obligatory.
It gave a much higher number for how many humans are on the whole country than Pulani. It is sometimes the fellowship that does not want anyone to come back to the Isle, in which case they will tell her, and she will bring the message. They gave their hearts elsewhere, so why should I be wasting my energies on these folks who have come to the tables to say Blah, Blah, Blah, Blah, Blah, Blah about these folks who have devoted their lives to returning to the mob?
" We also had a conversation with someone who is part of this narrow group of Niihauans Leiana who was spoken about - Pulani's younger brother's daughter, who also didn't want her vote on the air. We like Niihau the way it is," she said. They' re really good folks. To be honest, if you owned an isle but lived on Kauai, would you be paying for the gasoline for the ship so you could get them over there for free, not for every crate they sent to Niihau?
You really take good charge of them. "When I thought about all the Niihau principles and their implementation, I began to wonder. We asked him when we spoke to Pulani, who obviously has many difficulties with the way the whole thing is run.
He was telling us this tale about his little Iaone. Living on Niihau all his lifetime, he chose to try it in contemporary world. He and his wife and daughter went to Kauai and got a truck driver position. So, Pulani called one of her sister, who also resides on Kauai, and he said, do you know where our sibling is?
Yes, he went back to Niihau. and went back to Niihau. Not live from check to check. Said he was happier at home and lived every single working days for that one. than by the laws of Robinson Isle.
Pulani later recounted that his little sister Iaone lives on Kauai again. He' s broken one of the ground rules. No. Péliani did not say what it was, but Iaone was asked to go away from Niihau, and he is hoping that one of these days he can return. I' m Sean Cole and Adia White. Next, the director of one of the world's largest banks, a houseless man and one of our own manufacturers are brought before the same court and the same people.