Dr. Gordon Grado appointed Surgeon General, Kauā Nui
Renowned oncologist Dr. Gordon Grado has been appointed as Surgeon General, Kauā Nui, for The Kingdom of Hawai`i. As Surgeon General, Dr. Grado will oversee the construction and implementation of the Tree of Life Royal Healing Hospital & Research Campus for The Kingdom of Hawai`i.
THE POPE MOVES FORWARD, IN HARMONY WITH THE KING'S REQUEST
A big first step was taken by Pope Francis today in moving to the complete retraction of the Doctrine of Discovery as ordered by King Keli'i on behalf of global Indigenous Peoples in his letter campaign to the Pope which began in 2017. On May 21, 2022, he spoke the light of truth in his speech to the House of the Panamanian Parliament regarding the despotism created by the Roman Catholic Church. He directed the Pope to rescind the Doctrine of Discovery immediately and to apologize to All Indigenous Nations. A follow-up letter went out on May 28, 2022. It is important to note that the Roman Catholic Church spearheaded the evils that caused unimaginable evil against humanity. Were it not for the Roman Catholic Churches' sin; society would not be in the state it is now.
Excerpts comparing the Pope's speech to comments in the King's letter to the Pope:
Pope Francis: "What our Christian faith tells us is that this was a disastrous error, incompatible with the Gospel of Jesus Christ."
King Keli`i: "Your predecessors committed evil against humanity in the holy name of God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit."
Pope Francis: "I humbly beg forgiveness for the evil committed by so many Christians against the Indigenous peoples."
King Keli`i: "I want to reach out and say I forgive your predecessors, your complicity, and the Roman Catholic Church for their crimes against me, my ancestors, and my nation – the Kingdom of Hawai'i. I am breaking the bonds of anger and disparity to be at peace, a peace that only God can give me. I forgive you."
The Pope: "I fully agree: that is only the first step, the starting point. I also recognize that, “looking to the past, no effort to beg pardon and to seek to repair the harm done will ever be sufficient” and that, “looking ahead to the future, no effort must be spared to create a culture able to prevent such situations from happening.”